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Fast Facts

Nearly 2,600
Campus Student Population

Over 1,400
Online Student Population

16:1
Student/Faculty Ratio

Northfield, Vermont, USA
New England Location

Fun Facts

100+ Years
Home to ROTC
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“I Will Try”
Arguably Best School Motto
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Value

At Norwich, you’ll develop leadership traits for every profession — discipline, integrity, confidence, loyalty and honor. If you choose a military path, Norwich is among the top 10 U.S. institutions for preparing commissioned officers. As a civilian, you’ll find impressive job opportunities through our career center and alumni connections with the CIA, FBI, and NSA, as well as numerous CEO’s, and entrepreneurs.

Commitment to Affordability

After all grants (Norwich, Federal Student Aid, State grants and aid, VA benefits, ROTC scholarship and other outside scholarships) were applied, the average Net price to residential First-year students was $19,713.

Tuition and Fees

Norwich Featured News and Events

Norwich University students socialize Friday during the Class of 2022’s ring reception at Milano Ballroom. (Photo by Mark Collier/Norwich University.)

Cohort’s jewelry distributed in Milano Ballroom reception; president toasts accomplishment

With snow falling and outdoor breath steaming, it may be hard to contemplate Spring Commencement. But the civilian Class of 2022 stepped toward their finish Friday night, receiving their class rings in a Milano Ballroom ceremony.

Norwich University students sled at the Shaw Outdoor Center in January 2016. A sledding party is among several outdoor activities on offer this week from the Campus Activities Board. (Photo by Mark Collier/Norwich University.)

Key academic deadlines and a collection of outdoor recreation options highlight the week on campus.

In his Thursday Update from the Hill video, President Mark Anarumo asked Norwich University’s students, faculty and staff  to support one another gracefully as the university continues working through the coronavirus pandemic. (Screenshot from video/Norwich University.)

President Mark Anarumo thanks COVID-10-positive or symptomatic students for delaying campus return

President Mark Anarumo on Thursday updated Norwich University’s community on the newly begun spring semester and called for increased empathy amid the continuing coronavirus pandemic.

So far this season, Morgan Tefft has three goals and four assists for seven points for Norwich’s women’s hockey team, which on Monday ranked ninth on the U.S. College Hockey Organization’s national Division III women’s hockey poll. (Photo by Mark Collier/Norwich University.)

Morgan Tefft’s overtime score Jan. 7 won the game and ranked first among ESPN SportsCenter’s Top 10 plays

Call it Morgan Tefft’s terrific triple, a moment that layered sweet on sweet on sweet like a gourmet slice of ice hockey tiramisu. A spectacular goal … wins a game in sudden-death overtime … and gets broadcast on national television.  

Dr. Steven Sodergren joined Norwich University’s faculty in 2007 and was the first Norwich professor to receive the university’s Colby Award. (Photo by Mark Collier/Norwich University.)

Dr. Steven Sodergren, a Colby Award-winning author, discusses book in Virginia presentation

Dr. Steven Sodergren, Norwich University’s Political History and Political Science Department chairman, discussed Civil War trench warfare Thursday night at the Petersburg Civil War Roundtable, presented by Pamplin Historical Park & The National Museum of the Civil War Soldier.

By joining the U.S. Cyber Command’s Academic Engagement Network, Norwich University will get access to Defense Department recruiting programs, internships and fellowships

Colleges tapped by Defense Department-directed agency come from 34 states and the District of Columbia

The U.S. Cyber Command on Wednesday named Norwich University one of 84 new college and university partners for its Academic Engagement Network.

Norwich University nursing student Chelsea Nieves, right, receives a pin to commemorate her completion of the Accelerated Bachelor of Science in Nursing program during the Dec. 16, 2021, Baccalaureate Nursing Pinning Ceremony in Plumley Armory. (Photo by Mark Collier/Norwich University.)

At Baccalaureate Nursing Pinning Ceremony, students celebrate collective support and key adjustments

Health emergencies have no clock, and sometimes happen well into night’s darkness, Chelsea Nieves learned. A 7 p.m.-to-7 a.m. rotation at Central Vermont Medical Center’s emergency department, part of her Norwich University nursing program, turned her schedule, academic, circadian and otherwise, briefly upside down. 

Nurse Leadership Award winner Nina Lunn shows off the pin she earned for completing Norwich University’s Accelerated Bachelor of Science in Nursing Program coursework. She and the rest of her 20-student cohort received their pins in a Dec. 16, 2021, ceremony at Plumley Armory. (Photo by Mark Collier/Norwich University.)

Nurse Leadership Award winner congratulates classmates for conquering coronavirus pandemic hurdles

The spirits were willing, but the teleconferencing technology, occasionally, could pique.

Reserve Officers’ Training Corps

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ROTC

Norwich University is proud to be the birthplace of America’s Reserve Officers’ Training Corps. Over 100 years strong.

Our Army, Navy, and Air Force leadership teams are integrated into Norwich University in alignment with the institution’s mission to produce leaders for our nation.

Learn all about ROTC at Norwich University

—You at Norwich—

Challenges and opportunity await; the world needs your strength, talent, grit and compassion more than ever. Following an experiential learning tradition more than 200 years strong, Norwich will prepare you to lead and serve in a career you love — in the private sector, public sector or the armed forces. We invite you to join us. Live, learn and lead at Norwich.

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