Please use the Article Index to easily navigate to materials, information, and policies concerning various departments on campus. Contact information for each subject matter expert is found on the individual pages.
General Institutional Information
General Disclosures for Enrolled or Prospective Students
- About Norwich University
- Norwich University Strategic Plan
- Annual Notice to Enrolled Students (PDF 124KB)
- Notice of Student Financial Assistance and Disclosures (PDF 243KB)
- Audited Financial Statement
Annual Security Report and Annual Fire Safety Report
Athletic Program Participation Rates and Equity in Athletics Data
Privacy of Student Records - Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA)
- Residential Students
- Online Students
Accessibility and Accommodations
Student Activities and Campus Life
Code of Conduct and Disciplinary System
- Civilian Students
- Corps of Cadets
- Online Students
Consumer Information Related to Academic Programs
- Academic Programs and Faculty
- Instructional, Laboratory and Other Physical Facilities
- Services and Facilities Available for Students with Disabilities:
Accreditation, Approval, and Licensure of Institution and Academic Programs
Transfer of Credit Policies and Articulation Agreements
- Residential Transfer Credit Policy
- Online Transfer Credit Policy
- Articulation Agreements
Student Financial Assistance
Consumer Information Related to NU Student Financial Assistance
In this section students can learn how to apply for need based and non-need based aid, understand their eligibility, as well as the criteria for award amounts and selection.
Applying for Financial Assistance and Criteria for Selection
FSA Eligibility for Study Abroad/Away
- You may use your federal financial aid to go overseas. International Studies majors, Chinese majors, and students traveling to a Norwich Expedition site or one of Norwich’s exchange partners may also use their Norwich institutional aid.
Financial Aid Shopping Sheet (custom sheet provided to each student via NetPartner)
Students Rights and Responsibilities
- Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP)
- Financial Assistance Disbursements
- Book Voucher
- Students who have been awarded Title IV Federal Student Aid (Federal Direct Plus loans, Pell and SEOG grants) and will have a credit balance on their account are eligible to request a book advance (voucher). These vouchers may be used at the Norwich University bookstore to purchase books and/or supplies. Norwich University has the right to make the final determination of the amount that is available for the student. Contact Bursar's Office.
- Loan Repayment
- Loan Terms and Conditions
- Exit Counseling
Withdrawal Procedures, Refunds, and Return of Aid
- Requirements and Procedures
- Refund Policy
- Return of Aid
Contact Information for Assistance in Obtaining Institutional or Financial Aid Information
Norwich Financial Aid
Phone: (800) 468-6679 or (802) 485-2850
Health and Safety
Consumer Information Related to Health and Safety
- Immunization Policy
- Vermont State law requires all incoming students born after 1956 to have proof of the following immunizations prior to enrolling in college: MMR (x2,) Tdap, Hepatitis B Series, Varicella, and Meningococcal Vaccine(s) if first vaccine received prior to age 16 (residential students only.) Norwich University Health Services also requires a TB test (PPD) for all international students. If students are not in compliance with the above requirements, they will not be allowed to register for classes the following semester.
- Immunization Compliance Report
- Department of Public Safety
- Annual Drug-Free Schools and Communities Act Notice
Consumer Information Related to Student Outcomes
- Retention Rates
- Completion/Graduation Rates
- Career and Internship Center Resources
- Employment and Graduate School Outcomes — 2018 Report
Complaint and Grievance Systems
Norwich University gives students several options for filing complaints and grievances, depending on the context of the situation and the lifestyle of the student.
Students are requested to work with, and try to resolve any dispute or grievance with, the person(s) or office(s) most closely involved. If that step does not produce an acceptable outcome, the student is advised to work with the Senior Executive or Provost Cabinet member, or their designee of that department.
For students enrolled in Residential Programs who have complaints relating to grades, please review the process in the catalog to appeal grades. For other concerns related to academics, please review the Academic Petitions section of the catalog for grievance procedures.
For students who have unresolved complaints relating to academic matters, please contact Academic Affairs / Office of the Provost.
For students enrolled in Residential Programs who have complaints respective to any student life related issue, including Corps of Cadets and civilian life, athletics or technology, please contact:
Students with complaints regarding any Title IX discrimination matter should contact:
Title IX – Sexual Discrimination
Students who have complaints about their student billing account may contact:
Kyle Marie Southworth
Students who have complaints regarding admissions and/or financial aid should contact:
For students enrolled in online College of Graduate and Continuing Studies (CGCS) who have complaints relating to grades, please review the process in the catalog to appeal grades.
For other concerns relating to academics, please review the Academic Petitions section of the catalog for grievance procedures.
For students who have unresolved complaints relating to the aforementioned or other student support matters, they are asked to contact:
If any dispute is not resolved to the student's satisfaction, there are resources outside of Norwich University that may assist with filing complaints and grievances.
These resources include: