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An accomplishment to celebrate

You as online students set the example for how physically distanced learning is done. By tapping technology, our online Class of 2020 built knowledge, skills and camaraderie as deep and strong as any in-person cohort.

Your moxie, motivation and talents shined through as you tackled assignments, finished projects and earned your degrees. We hail your accomplishments and are proud to call you alums. We know you’ll use your well-earned knowledge to lead and succeed in your careers and communities.

We hope to see you at future Norwich events, whether on-campus rites like the September commencement or Homecoming, or networking events throughout the year and across the country. For now, we hope you’ll watch these videos, read our stories and join the virtual celebration.

Congratulations, all of you.

FOR THE KIDS (AND KID IN ALL OF US)

Residency wouldn't be complete without something for the kids.

We'd like to offer you these free downloadable coloring book pages — sketchlike images of our beautiful campus and Vermont for you to paint or color. Just click one, or all, to download, print, then color. Our favorite ways to color are with watercolor, guache and acrylic markers.

Make Norwich yours ... please share your finished piece and inspiration with us on social media. Bonus—include a caption and guess location.

#NorwichGrad20 #coloringbook #WickGrit #NorwichServes



LET'S MARK YOUR MOMENT

You’ve earned your degree, now let’s celebrate. Residency’s exercises and seminars will let you apply your newly acquired skills to real-world challenges. Top-flight guests will inspire you as you imagine and plan your future. And interactive sessions will let you bond with fellow graduates and join them in learning about Norwich’s distinguished people, historic settings and rich history.

Virtual Tour


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  • Heeding your compass, finding your way

    Personal and career coach and author Pete Smith will offer wisdom for meaningful lives in Residency Conference keynote The news may make the world, and anyone in it, feel off-kilter.Coronavirus deaths have climbed, the U.S. economy has reeled, streets have Read More
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  • Class of 2020’s vision: Distanced but unified at commencement

    With pluck and panache, Norwich University students, faculty seize chance to celebrate earning degrees virtually This moment was meant for a stage. Ordinarily, campus (and Northfield, Vermont) would be alive this weekend with energy and music and families — all gathered Read More
  • Outgoing President Richard W. Schneider to give Norwich University’s 2020 Commencement address

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  • With a commission, an important commitment

    In virtual ceremonies, Norwich ROTC students to take oath, become armed forces officers and defenders of United States With 74 life-transforming words Sunday, a collection of Norwich University seniors will join a special 1% group and achieve a profoundly proud Read More
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