Norwich University’s campus is nestled in the Green Mountains of central Vermont, USA. Montpelier, the state capital, is about a half-hour drive from the college. The Northfield campus is small, safe, and community-oriented, and Boston, New York, and Montreal are just a few hours’ drive. Norwich is one of few Vermont colleges that attract students from 40 states and 29 foreign countries who come to call the campus home.
Our U.S. students take advantage of our Norwich CityLAB:Berlin microcampus and partner programs for education abroad and international service learning on all six continents.
The infrastructure for active-learning requires a new architecture for student success in today’s and tomorrow’s world. Advances in technology open new possibilities for how faculty teach and how students learn. At the nexus of theory and practice, active-learning outside of the classroom connects students to undergraduate research, international study, internships and mentoring opportunities. We must intentionally shape our campus for the next century with room for collaboration, labs that spur experimentation, and spaces that ignite discourse and unite diverse views.
Norwich is currently undergoing a $100 million project that involves the renovations of Webb, Dewey, and Ainsworth Hall along with an addition of Mack Hall.
Stay up to date with the construction progress:
Take a peek onto our Vermont campus via our live webcams. The one on Jackman Hall overlooks the Upper Parade ground (affectionately referred to as the "U.P.").
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