Technical Diploma - 29 Credits
Academic Advisor: Nicki Flannery
University Transfer Center - Second Floor
Phone: 715.365.4493 or 800.544.3039 ext. 4493
Office assistants help with the day-to-day routine tasks necessary to keep offices functioning. Utilizing their basic computer skills in word processing, spreadsheets, databases, and desktop publishing, office assistants perform a variety of basic business procedures. Human relations and communications skills are integral to being an effective office assistant in today's rapidly changing office.
Financial Aid Eligible
This program is eligible for financial aid. Please contact the Financial Aid Office for further details.
About the Program
The Office Assistant program covers basic business procedures and essential software skills including word processing, spreadsheets, databases, desktop publishing, and web development. Students develop oral and written communications to enable them to work as successful team members in a business environment. All the entry-level skills obtained in the Office Assistant program may be applied toward the two-year Administrative Assistant degree.
- Office Assistant
- File Clerk
- General Office Clerk
Articulation agreements between Nicolet and most district high schools provide credit
for selected high school courses. In addition, Nicolet will accept agreements between
other Wisconsin Technical Colleges and their district high schools.
Advanced standing is also available for skills acquired through work experience. Students are encouraged to use the advanced standing option; contact the Welcome Center for details.
1. Demonstrate effective workplace communications.
2. Apply technology skills to business and administrative tasks.
3. Perform routine administrative procedures.
4. Maintain internal and external relationships.
5. Model professionalism in the workplace.
The information is provided as a federal requirement in an effort to help students make informed educational decisions. Specifically, Gainful Employment aims to provide information related to future potential debt burden in comparison to the expected earnings in a chosen program or field.