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All fees must be paid in order to enroll. There is an automatic hold on registration, transcripts, and diplomas for anyone whose student account is not paid in full. Items for which payment was deferred must also be paid before a transcript may be released. Please see Corps of Cadets and Dean of Students regulations or publications for other applicable fees.

Please note: Fees and charges are subject to change. When such changes are made, notice will be given as far in advance as possible. For further information about fees and charges, payment options, refund schedules and information about the student account, explore the policy list via the side navigation.


Undergraduate Resident Student

  (2022-23)
Fall Semester
(2022-23)
Spring Semester
(2022-23)
Annual
(2023-24)
Fall Semester
(2023-24)
Spring Semester
(2023-24)
Annual
Tuition 
(includes tuition for up to six courses; see Policies, course overload charge)
$21,430 $21,430 $42,860 $23,430 $23,430 $46,860
Security Deposit 
(see Policies, Security Deposit)
  $200 $200
Room & Board
Resident students are charged a comprehensive fee for room and board.
$7,900 $7,900 $15,800 $7,000 $7,000 $14,000
Medical Insurance 
(see Policies, Medical Insurance)
  $1,420 TBD
Student Activities Fee $260 $260 $520 $290 $290 $580
Technology Fee 
(see Policies, Technology Fee)
$610 $610 $1,220 $670 $670 $1,340
University Health Services Fee
(use of clinic, infirmary, substance education and counseling services)
$370 $370 $740 $410 $410 $820
Uniform Fee: Rook Class (see Policies, Cadet Uniform)
Fall 2022 $2,600 $785
(second year fall semester bill)
Fall 2023 $2,700 $825
(second year fall semester bill)

Undergraduate Commuter Student- Full Time

  (2022-23)
Fall Semester
(2022-23)
Spring Semester
(2022-23)
Annual
(2023-24)
Fall Semester
(2023-24)
Spring Semester
(2023-24)
Annual
Tuition
(includes tuition for up to six courses; see Policies, course overload charge)
$21,430 $21,430 $42,860 $23,430 $23,430 $46,860
Security Deposit
(see Policies, Security Deposit)
  $200      $200
Medical Insurance
(see Policies, Medical Insurance)
  $1,420      TBD
Student Activites Fee $260 $260 $520 $290 $290 $580
Technology Fee
(see Policies, Technology Fee)
$610 $610 $1,220 $670 $670 $1,340
University Health Services Fee
(use of clinic, infirmary, substance education and counseling services)
$370 $370 $740 $410 $410 $820

Commuter Student – Part time

 

Credits

 (2022-23)
Cost
(2023-24)
Cost

     Part-time Commuter

9-11

$12,860

$14,060

     Part-time Commuter

6-8

$  8,580

$  9,080

     Part-time Commuter

3-5

$  4,290

$  4,290

     Part-time Commuter

1-2

$  1,760

$  1,760


 

Tuition, fees and deposit for on-campus graduate programs

Item (2022-23)
Cost
(2023-24)
Cost
Tuition $845/credit  Posting Soon
Room and Board (per year, for residential master’s candidates only) $15,800  Posting Soon
Basic Fees (Health, Technology, Student Activities) $2,480  Posting Soon
Medical Insurance (full-time students only, estimated cost) $1,750  Posting Soon
Admissions Deposit $250  Posting Soon

 

Miscellaneous Fees and Charges

   (2022-23)
Cost
 (2023-24)
Cost
Deposit (Advance Payment)
(see Policies, Deposit (Advance Payment) )
$250 $500
Audit (per course, non-refundable) $1,260 $1,380
ATI Nursing Fee $375-$441 $375-$441
Clinical courses/course $694  
Course Overload Charge
(per credit hour; see Policies, course overload charge)
$1,260 $1,380
Early Decision Deposit
(non-refundable, applies toward tuition upon enrollment)
$250 $250 
Fire Alarm Reset
(room)
$25 $25 
Fire Alarm Reset
(hallway)
$100  $100
Identification Card Replacement $25 $25
International Student
(per semester)
$150 $150
iPad Fee
(annual; required for class utilization)
$550 $650
Late Payment/Processing Fee
(per month)
$65 $65
Lab/Science Course Fee $10 - $60 $10 - $60
Lab/Engineering Course Fee $30 - $230 $30 - $230
Mail Box Key Replacement Charge $35 $35
Medical Insurance (Full Year) - Annual Cost
(see Policies, Medical Insurance)
$1,625 (Opt-Out Available)
TBD
Medical Insurance (Jan.-Aug.) - Estimated Cost
(see Policies, Medical Insurance)
$916 (Opt-Out Available)
TBD
Music 200 Surcharge
(non-refundable)
$520  $520
Orientation fee   $350
PE 355 Certification Materials Fee $80 $80
Readmission Fee
(non-refundable, but applied to tuition)
$250 $250
Registration for Equivalency Examination
(posting exam credit $250 per credit hour)
$250 $250
Replacement Diploma Fee $75 $75
Room Lockout
(open locked door)
$40 $40
Room Key Replacement Charge $40 $40
Science Materials Fee   $75
Senior Citizens (Age 62)
(not applicable to summer courses, or if matriculating for a degree)
No Charge  No Charge
Single-Room Surcharge (South & Dalrymple Halls)
(per semester)
$825 $850
Study Abroad $750 $750
Vehicle Registration
(per year)
$400 $425

Course Fees

 (2023-24)
Cost
Simulation for Nursing Practice   $120
Computer Forensics I   $150
Introduction to Drawing   $25
Introduction to Visual Design   $25
Introduction to Painting   $50
Introduction to Printmaking   $50
Introduction to Photography   $90
Fundamentals of Digital Design   $70
Embedded Systems   $90
Construction Safety   $15
Principles of Financial Accounting   $89
Principles of Managerial Accounting   $89

Mailing Address
Office of the Bursar
Norwich University
158 Harmon Drive
Northfield, VT 05663
Office Hours
Monday – Friday
8:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
Walk-in and by appointment
Jackman Hall—Room 204

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