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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 that you’ll feel at home the moment you arrive.
The Norwich University Bookstore stocks course-related materials along with a large selection of Norwich University clothing and giftware. We also carry a variety of greeting cards, general reading books, school supplies, electronics, student-priced software, and other giftware. We're located in the ground floor of the Wise Campus Center on NU's Northfield, Vermont, campus.
Monday - Friday: 8 a.m. - 4 p.m.Saturday - Sunday: Closed
Phone: (802) 485-2200
Financial Aid provides comprehensive information and services regarding options to finance the cost of education at Norwich University. We recognize that financial assistance is key to reaching your educational and career goals. The financial aid staff is dedicated to making the financial aid process as seamless as possible.
The Office of the Bursar oversees tuition billing and processing; administers university fees, financial policies, and the student health insurance program; and generates monthly financial statements, among a wide range of other services. These include loan entrance and exit interviews, transcript and diploma releases, setting up interest-free monthly payment plans, and answering questions about student accounts. Our account counselors are available to assist you in person or by phone. For in-depth information and resources, visit our website.
Monday-Friday: 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Walk-in and by appointment.
We're located in Room 204 on the 2nd floor of Jackman Hall.
Cadet Cash Card is a debit account that that works with your Norwich University ID card (Cadet$Card). With a Cadet Cash Card account, Norwich University students, faculty and staff can use their card on and off campus to spend money deposited in their account. Unlike a credit card, Cadet Cash Card is prepaid; you put money in and then spend it using the card.
From replacement items to repairs, the Cadet Uniform Store offers everything cadets need to keep their uniforms sharp and in line with regulations. Located in the Hayden Building, across the parking lot from Kreitzberg Library, our store maintains an inventory of all uniform items, as well as fan gear and everything else students and faculty need to look good. In addition, we offer alterations and dry-cleaning services to keep your uniform and civilian clothes in tip-top shape.
Learn more about our services and items available through our online store, and feel free to stop by at any time. At the Cadet Uniform Store, our job is to make the Norwich University Corps of Cadets stand proud!
Veterans Affairs at Norwich University has been structured to provide a team of specialists to best deliver services to Norwich Student Veterans.
Find travel and transportation resources on the NU travel and transportation web portal:
Ready to move mountains? NU's Leadership Development Program (LDP) teaches you the leadership skills to get yourself and your team to the top. The four-year program takes a practical and empowered approach to produce outstanding civilian and military leaders for our nation and the world. You'll discover that the basis of great leadership is a set of strong leadership skills that can be learned through lectures and practical exercises. Gain key insights to lead effectively, including your own strengths and weaknesses and those of your team.
For more information and how to start your path as a leader contact Katherine Collins.
The Academic Achievement Center (AAC) is a great place to connect with professional and peer tutors who can help you work smart to achieve your academic goals. Our staff is here to help you improve your study, time management, organizational and learning skills and provide academic coaching services. We offer comprehensive one-on-one and group tutoring across the curriculum. We provide tutoring for all math courses, as well as most lab science and foreign language courses. We also tutor liberal arts content areas, such as criminal justice, discipline-specific study skills, and research projects. Our center also serves students for whom English is a second language, students with disabilities, and students in academic difficulty. Each semester, the AAC works with about 500 students, many of whom consistently make the Dean’s List. Over 50% of NU students who graduated in 2017 with highest honors came to the AAC at least once during their career, and many of them worked with us regularly. All AAC services are covered by tuition. There is no additional cost to students so you should use what you’ve already paid for! We look forward to working with you.
The Center for Writing is a welcoming space where Norwich student, faculty, and staff writers come together to talk about writing. Our center supports the culture of writing at Norwich through consultations, events, workshops, discussions, classroom visits, outreach, initiatives, and relationships. Our trained writing tutors are available for one-on-one consultations to workshop any writing assignment, large or small, to help make your project a success while empowering you to become a better writer. For drop-in hours or to schedule an appointment, visit our website.
NU's Career and Internship Center (CIC) supports Norwich students and alumni in numerous ways. As an undergraduate, you'll benefit from our a four-year plan to jumpstart your career readiness process. Every student begins this program at a different state of readiness. This plan will help you think about some of the key aspects of preparing, launching, and growing a successful career. Visit the CIC and let us help you develop your career education program and plan!Read More
As part of the university's $100M Forging the Future Campaign, Kreitzberg Library received a major $6.8M renovation, transforming the building into both an academic and social hub on campus. Major enhancements include new workstations, group-study and collaborative-learning areas, technology-enabled classrooms, a café, additional conference rooms and seating, a 10-fold increase in data speeds and capacity, and state-of-the-art collaboration tools. And of course, you'll also find a vast array of resources and services. Visit our website to find books, articles, videos, specialized databases, research guides, and much more.
Partnering as an Affiliate with the Smithsonian Institution, the Sullivan Museum and History Center is a 16,000-square-foot facility that features permanent and changing exhibitions, learning stations, a visible-object conservation lab, spaces for exhibit preparation and object storage. Our exhibits cover the rich history of Norwich University, including artifacts, and artwork, and the achievements of its alumni from 1819 to the present.
Part of Norwich University’s leadership initiative, this program is designed to guide freshmen through the transition from high school to college. All freshmen are assigned a student mentor, or CAM, for the fall semester. Mentors are academically successful sophomores, who volunteer to meet with their mentees for 11-12 sessions throughout the fall semester. Mentors are assigned by majors or schools, and they provide valuable information that is specific to all disciplines. The goals of the program include fine-tuning essential academic skills, working on time management, and helping freshmen navigate general school operations. CAM is a successful program, and mentors help ensure a healthy start to college.
Now in its second year, the GUIDE (Guidance, Understanding, Information, Direction, and Education) Mentorship Program invites volunteer faculty and staff to mentor students in academic, welfare, social, and career choices. In each case, the student and their mentor determine the focus of their mentorship relationship and the amount of time devoted to meeting. For more information, contact Prof. Elizabeth Gurrian.
Leadership development has been, and continues to be a fundamental component of the Norwich experience. At Norwich University, we believe the basis of great leadership is a set of defined skills that can be learned through lectures and practical exercises. But developing the traits/ skills of a leader is only part of the equation. Great leadership takes practice and Coaching for Leadership (CFL) provides the opportunity for practical application. CFL partners Norwich alumni, parents, faculty and staff with undergraduate students for a one-day coaching session to help students build self-awareness and prepare for real-world careers in the public and private sectors.
Norwich University provides opportunities for faculty, staff, and students to be globally engaged. Whether you are a US student ready to explore opportunities for education abroad, an international student seeking to pursue your academic goals at Norwich, a faculty member eager to build intercultural proficiency and incorporate international perspectives into your teaching, or an international institution interested in strategic collaboration and partnership, the International Center is here to help you achieve distinction.
Discipline. Determination. Hard work. That defines our student-athletes inside and outside the classrooms. Success in studies comes first. Success in competition is important too, as is good sportsmanship. Norwich offers 20 athletic varsity sports, and our teams know how to stay focused and play to win.
Norwich University’s student radio station WNUB 88.3 FM – Dog River Radio – celebrates 50 years on the air in 2017. Established in 1967, WNUB-FM provides a training ground for students interested in pursuing careers or hobby in radio broadcasting and audio production.
Operating 24 hours per day, 7 days per week with 285 watts of power transmitted from a tower atop Jackman Hall, WNUB-FM serves the campus and greater Northfield communities year-round as a non-commercial, educational FM station, licensed by the Federal Communications Commission in Washington, D.C. WNUB-FM programming includes live broadcasts of select Norwich University and area high school sporting events, prerecorded interviews with Writer Series authors, campus and community leaders, and local public-service organizations.
Located in the basement of Plumley Armory, Plumley Fitness Center encompasses three rooms with a variety of free weights and fitness machines and includes locker rooms and easy access to adjacent Goodyear Pool. Open daily throughout the school year.
Located in Plumley Armory, Goodyear Pool is a six-lane, twenty-five-yard pool sloping from five- to eleven-feet deep. The pool is equipped with wave breaker lane lines, a scoreboard, and a Colorado timing system. In addition, it provides stadium seating for spectators and a one-meter diving springboard. The pool is open for swimming with lifeguard supervision on a regular basis throughout the school year.
Located at the base of Paine Mountain, just 500 steps from the Wise Campus Center, the Shaw Outdoor Center offers free use of outdoor recreational equipment and access to the Paine Mountain trail system for hiking, mountain biking, cross-country skiing, snowshoeing, trail running, and more. There are also opportunities for paintball, disc golf, ice climbing, sledding, and camping in the wilderness.
Your outdoor play is just 500 steps away!
HOURS & LOCATION
Weekdays Noon – 6 p.m.
Weekends 11 a.m. – 6 p.m.
On the Paine Mountain hillside, off Crescent Avenue.
ACTIVITIES & PROGRAMS
Main Office: 1 (802) 485-4032
Equipment Sign-Outs: 1 (802) 485-4030
The Student Health Center, also referred to as the “Infirmary,” is located on the second floor of Marsilius Hall on 63 Crescent Ave. Both the infirmary and Green Mountain Family Practice are operated by Central Vermont Medical Center. Students have 24/7 access to a health care provider, including two board-certified family physicians, a physician assistant with years of military experience and highly competent registered nurses and support staff. For hours, contact information, a roster of services, and more, visit our website.
The Counseling and Wellness Center promotes the wellbeing of Norwich students by providing counseling, assessment, and consultation services. Psychological testing is available upon request. In addition, couples counseling, thematic groups, psycho-educational workshops, and other outreach can be provided in response to specific needs. These services are provided by a highly trained staff of licensed clinicians and a supervised master’s level intern. For a counseling appointment call (802) 485-2134
The Counseling and Wellness Center at Norwich University follows privacy and confidentiality guidelines set forth by the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA), the American Psychological Association, and the American College Counseling Association.
Some limits to privacy exist. With few exceptions involving safety and legal issues, information is not shared outside of counseling sessions without the student’s written permission.
Clinical files are safeguarded and DO NOT become part of the student’s medical or military record. Seeking services through our center will not negatively impact a cadet’s standing. We are a non-medical facility.
Weekday emergency walk-in hours are from 8am to 9am. For after hours emergencies please call our Crisis Line at (802) 793-3093.
The Norwich University Department of Public Safety provides a 24-hour physical security presence 365 days a year. The Department of Public Safety office is located in the southwest end of the Hayden Building. From an off-campus phone, public safety personnel can be contacted by dialing 802-485-2525 or 802-485-2499.
On-campus callers can reach Public Safety by dialing ext. 2525 or 2499.
The Department of Public Safety provides the following services:
Norwich’s strong sense of community begins in the barracks and residential halls, where military and civilian students are housed based on lifestyle.
Norwich Dining offers a wide variety of flexible meal plans for residential and commuter students to suit individual student tastes and needs. Our dining hall in the Wise Campus Center offers fresh, healthy, and satisfying all-you-can eat menus throughout the day. While the campus center's Mill and Kreitzburg Library Daily Grind Cafe offer grab-and-go breakfast, lunch and/or dinner options.
Norwich Dining also works to support local Vermont farmers and our community. We are wrapping up our second year participating in Sodexo’s Vermont First initiative to increase local food purchasing for campus, receiving Vermont Fresh Network’s ‘Gold Barn Award’ for our exceptional partnership with Vermont farmers and food businesses.
The modern 71,000-square-foot Wise Campus Center is the social hub of Norwich, with faculty and student lounges, a recreation area, and top-notch dining. Other amenities include a Dunkin’ Donuts shop, Partridge’s Pub, the university bookstore, mailroom, fireplaces with sitting areas, and multiple meeting spaces.
During warmer months, the dining terrace offers a cool spot to enjoy an iced coffee or lighter fare. The adjacent quad becomes the university’s recreation hot-spot—great for a game of Frisbee or a little people-watching. When the weather turns cold, the quad features a skating rink with an external-facing fireplace as the perfect warm-up stop.
There is no shortage of things to do at Norwich, especially with some 50 student clubs that are recognized and active through the Student Activities Office every semester. Examples range from ballroom dancing, campus radio, and student government to model UN, student nursing, pre-law, and criminal justice student associations.
Students may choose to get involved with an existing clubs or start a new one – if we don’t have it, you can create it. To begin the process of starting a club or to find information about existing clubs, please e-mail Student Clubs & Organizations.
Norwich University's Center for Civic Engagement brings volunteers together with the needs of our local and global community. This is the place for individuals, teams and campus organizations to find volunteer opportunities. There are a lot of ways to become involved. From local blood drives to ongoing travel-abroad opportunities in the Philippines and Tanzania, our students find profound learning and leadership experiences while supporting people beyond our campus. All programs are student-run, and there are dozens of choices.