At Norwich University  we strive to be transparent and provide information that is easy to find and read. The data found here is required by the Higher Education Act.

General Institutional Information

General Disclosures for Enrolled or Prospective Students

Annual Security Report and Annual Fire Safety Report

Athletic Program Participation Rates and Equity in Athletics Data

Privacy of Student Records - Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA)

School Costs

Accessibility and Accommodations

Student Activities and Campus Life

Code of Conduct and Disciplinary System

Enrollment and Student Diversity

Voter Registration

 


 


Academic Programs

Consumer Information Related to Academic Programs

Accreditation, Approval, and Licensure of Institution and Academic Programs

Transfer of Credit Policies and Articulation Agreements

Copyright Infringement—Policies and Sanctions

 


 


Student Financial Assistance

Consumer Information Related to NU Student Financial Assistance

Financial Aid and Scholarships

Applying for Financial Assistance

Net Price Calculator

FSA Eligibility for Study Abroad

  • You may use your federal financial aid to go overseas. International Studies majors, Chinese majors, and students traveling to the Norwich CityLab: Berlin program or one of Norwich’s exchange partners may also use their Norwich institutional aid.

Financial Aid Shopping Sheet (custom sheet provided to each student via NetPartner)

Students Rights and Responsibilities

Withdrawal Procedures, Refunds, and Return of Aid

Contact Information for Assistance in Obtaining Institutional or Financial Aid Information
Norwich Financial Aid
Phone: (800) 468-6679 or (802) 485-2850
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Health and Safety

Consumer Information Related to Health and Safety

 


 


Student Outcomes

Consumer Information Related to Student Outcomes

 


 


Complaint and Grievance Systems

Norwich University gives students several options for filing complaints and grievances, depending on the context of the situation and the lifestyle of the student.

Students are requested to work with, and try to resolve any dispute or grievance with, the person(s) or office(s) most closely involved. If that step does not produce an acceptable outcome, the student is advised to work with the Senior Executive or Provost Cabinet member, or their designee of that department.

For students enrolled in Residential Programs who have complaints relating to grades, please review the process in the catalog to appeal grades. For other concerns related to academics, please review the Academic Petitions section of the catalog for grievance procedures.

For students who have unresolved complaints relating to academic matters, please contact Academic Affairs / Office of the Provost.

Academic Affairs
Dana Routhier
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(802) 485-2026

For students enrolled in Residential Programs who have complaints respective to any student life related issue, including Corps of Cadets and civilian life, athletics or technology, please contact:

Student Affairs
Kelly Smith
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(802) 485-2135

Students with complaints regarding any Title IX discrimination matter should contact:

Title IX – Sexual Discrimination
Matthew Roche
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(802) 485-2144

Students who have complaints about their student billing account may contact:

Financial Affairs
Kyle Marie Southworth
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(802) 485-2040

Students who have complaints regarding admissions and/or financial aid should contact:

Enrollment Management & Financial Aid
Jane Joslin
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(802) 485-2013

For students enrolled in online College of Graduate and Continuing Studies (CGCS) who have complaints relating to grades, please review the process in the catalog to appeal grades.

For other concerns relating to academics, please review the Academic Petitions section of the catalog for grievance procedures.

For students who have unresolved complaints relating to the aforementioned or other student support matters, they are asked to contact:

CGCS Administration
Jessie Drown
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(802) 485-2730

If any dispute is not resolved to the student's satisfaction, there are resources outside of Norwich University that may assist with filing complaints and grievances.

These resources include: