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Immerse yourself in ideas, explore your interests and achieve a top-quality education. We are committed to being your most affordable option.

Norwich University prepares future leaders to tackle tomorrow’s complex challenges with larger-than-life projects like providing cybersecurity at Super Bowl 50, improving a NASA minisatellite and joining an expedition to Antarctica. Through lessons from award-winning faculty, internships and study abroad, you'll maximize your intellectual potential and poise yourself for a fulfilling career.

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The place for ambition to grow. The future is shaped by those, like you, who are fiercely dedicated to improving the world. The Norwich process will challenge you, and it will transform you. At Norwich there is no hill to high, when you have the will to try.


The average Net price for residential First-year students after receiving Norwich aid (not to include tuition benefits) was $25,727.

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99% of our resident undergraduate students receive aid from Norwich. Check out all of our scholarships and awards to see what you may qualify for.

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Percentage of Undergraduates Enrolled in Fall 2022 Receiving Financial Aid.

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Norwich is among the top 10 institutions in the United States for producing commissioned military officers.


At Norwich, you become part of something—a tight-knit community with a strong common identity.

  • “I am constantly reminded of why I chose to come to Norwich. The Corps of Cadets ensures that students are up and efficient in the mornings and develop better time management skills. In the Corps, you gain a whole new family. Rook brothers and sisters not only spend a lot of quality time together, but also support each other even after graduation.”
    Isabella Ferraro '22 International Studies Major
  • "Norwich is one heck of a school and it definitely prepares you for life when you take advantage of what's presented to you. In my time here I have: been on a service trip for a week to Puerto Rico, spent 3 weeks building a dormitory in Africa, had a paid internship, studied away in the Caribbean, and worked at a job that completely changed my career path and helped me realize my true purpose and passion."
    Brieann Wallace '21 Criminal Justice Major
  • "I chose Norwich because I wanted more out of my college experience than just classes and a dorm. Norwich gave me opportunities that you can't get anywhere else: a military lifestyle, a family environment, leadership opportunities, and challenges. That's what I wanted."
    Christopher Cole '15 Chemistry major, Navy ROTC Scholar
  • "Every time I work with a student on a research project or teach a class, I'm sure I learn as much as they do. This is why I teach at Norwich. I never grow tired of that experience and the opportunity to watch our students develop as scientists and people."
    Laurie Grigg, Ph.D. Dept. of Earth & Environmental Science
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  • Photo: Roomates Raf Ribeiro and Jacob McGrail

    A College That Changes Lives

    Recent graduate Raf Ribeiro ’22 reflects on the impact of a Norwich education PHOTOGRAPHY by NANCIE BATTAGLIA TEXT by SEAN MARKEY NORWICH RECORD | Summer 2022 It’s the last Saturday in April—graduation and commissioning day for the Class of 2022. As rites of passage go, nearly a trifecta. Photographer Nancie Battaglia Read More
  • ‘You’re going to be tested again to build a new team … You’re not going to be alone.’

    ‘You’re going to be tested again to build a new team … You’re not going to be alone.’

    U.S. Army Maj. Gen. Douglas Stitt ’90 tells commissioning students that military success is a collective project Getting through four years of college, a global pandemic and ROTC required a network of people, U.S. Army Maj. Gen. Douglas Stitt ’90 said — parents, cadre, mentors, teammates. And just as newly graduated Read More
  • With diplomas in hand, 2022 Norwich University graduates express exhilaration

    With diplomas in hand, 2022 Norwich University graduates express exhilaration

    New graduates reflect on the four years of work that led to a shining moment of achievement Anita DiMento and Jacqueline Federico wore their Commencement joy not on their sleeves, but around their necks.Neon-colored leis interwove with strings of dollar bills (for apartment rent, they joked) and necklaces of snacks Read More
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