This is not a place to be complacent. On our campus and in the scenic Vermont wilderness, you'll have plenty of opportunities to engage your mind and your body.
On March 20, students faculty and staff joined the Norwich University Intercultural Student Organization for Nawruz 1401, a celebration of the Afghan New Year and fundraiser to support local Afghan families.
This first-ever Norwich commemoration weekend, open to the public, included community activities and cultural performances and coincided with celebrations in Afghanistan and other central Asian countries, honoring the 3000-year-old New Year’s festival.
Whether you join the Corps of Cadets or pursue a civilian lifestyle, you'll benefit from Norwich’s strong sense of community. Our campus reflects the world we live in, and is sized so you'll feel at home the moment you arrive.
With 100+ student clubs, from straight-out fun, to special interest, to military related to academic, you are bound to find your niche, or a bunch of them. And if not, well start your own, the Campus Activity Board is here to actively support your interests.
The Student Affairs department provides resources and support for 100+ student clubs across Norwich University.
The birthplace of ROTC, Norwich battalions and clubs develop invaluable teamwork and leadership skills.
Many of our programs are academic centers of excellence that sponsor innovative clubs and competitive groups.