NICHOLLS STATE UNIVERSITY OVERVIEW
Founded in 1948, Nicholls State University is classified by Carnegie as a Master's Medium University and by the Southern Regional Education Board as a 4-Year IV institution. Located along the banks of Bayou Lafourche in Thibodaux, La., Nicholls is a comprehensive regional university known for its one-of-a-kind Chef John Folse Culinary Institute as well as its strong biological sciences, education, business and nursing programs.
Nicholls State University commits itself to offering an excellent comprehensive education that meets the needs of the communities it serves. Through quality teaching, research, and service, the University strives to achieve accreditation in all eligible programs, evidence of its commitment to south central Louisiana and beyond. In an effort to fulfill its mission, Nicholls has developed a set of strategic goals. First to advance knowledge in higher education. Second to increase opportunities for student access to and success in higher education. Third to promote responsible citizenship and leadership within an increasingly diverse population. And finally, to promote the social, cultural and economic development of the region.
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