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Nichols College | Worcester MA Accommodations Near the School
Dudley, MA 01571
Nichols College was founded in 1815 by Amasa Nichols, a wealthy Dudley industrialist. The four-year, private college offers a strong, practically oriented business education, paralleled by comprehensive programs in teacher education and liberal arts to 1,300 full-time and part-time students. Nichols College offers associate's, bachelor's, and master's degree programs in business.
- Start out going SOUTHWEST on PLANTATION ST toward BELMONT ST / MA-9 W.
- Turn RIGHT onto BELMONT ST / MA-9 W.
- Turn LEFT onto SHREWSBURY ST.
- Enter next roundabout and take 1st exit onto SUMMER ST.
- Merge onto I-290 W toward AUBURN.
- I-290 W becomes I-395 S.
- Take the RT-16 W exit- EXIT 2- toward WEBSTER / DUDLEY.
- Turn RIGHT onto E MAIN ST / GORE RD / MA-16. Continue to follow E MAIN ST.
- Turn RIGHT onto AIRPORT RD.
- AIRPORT RD becomes TANYARD RD.
- Turn LEFT onto CENTER RD.
- End at Nichols College
- 123 Center Rd, Dudley, MA 01571, US
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