Office of the President 158 Harmon Drive, Northfield, Vermont 05663-1035 (802) 485-2135 • Fax (802) 485-2137
LETTER OF PROMULGATION
August 1, 2017
Knowledge of and compliance with these regulations is integral to the completion of the enrollment process at Norwich University. All undergraduate students and graduate architecture students will read these regulations and comply with same in order to properly complete their enrollment for the school year. Proposed changes to these regulations should be submitted in writing to the Office of the Senior Vice President for Student Affairs and Technology for consideration.
Students are required to comply with these regulations upon receipt of a letter of acceptance from the Norwich University admissions office. While a reasonable amount of time is allowed to digest the regulations, this grace period in no way excuses a student from compliance with whatever regulations are in effect at any time he/she is on the university campus, including summer sessions.
Institutional policy is subject to change by the promulgating authority. It is the responsibility of each student to ensure his or her copy of these regulations is kept current. Interim changes once promulgated will be posted electronically via my.norwich.edu.
In any interpretation of these regulations, the spirit intended will be sought. Traditions, precedents and previous customs will not be accepted in defense of any violation of these regulations.
The university reserves the right to exclude from enrollment those individuals who by past performance have demonstrated an inability to adapt to the lifestyle found at Norwich.
These regulations supersede previous publications thereof.
Richard W. Schneider RADM, USCGR (Ret.)
Office of the Senior Vice President for Student Affairs and Technology
158 Harmon Drive, Northfield, Vermont 05663-1035
(802) 485-2135 • Fax (802) 485-2137
August 1, 2017
The president of Norwich University has promulgated these Rules and Regulations for one purpose—to create an environment where our university community can thrive under its guiding values and thereby achieve our vision statement.
I charge each student—regardless of lifestyle or residency—to adhere to the written word, as well as the spirit and intent of these regulations to achieve the purpose cited by the president.
Norwich is a Senior Military College, one of only six in the nation, with the distinction of having a vibrant civilian population with all of us living and learning together on an intimate, small, private college campus in central Vermont. Norwich is unique in the landscape of higher education. I want every student to be proud of their school, embrace our values, share in our rich traditions and diversity, and live the Norwich motto – I Will Try!
This edition incorporates changes in student due process, disciplinary procedures and honor procedures. Additionally, the Student Bill of Rights, approved by the Student Government Association and President Schneider in April 2012 is published. This document safeguards the rights and responsibilities of all NU Students.
These regulations supersede previous editions and changes provided verbally, electronically or by written correspondence. Direct your questions to your residence hall or student leadership body or to the appropriate Student Life Division staff member for resolution.
Frank T. Vanecek, D.B.A.
Brigadier General, Vermont State Militia
Senior Vice President for Student Affairs and Technology
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