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Financial Aid

At Norwich, 95% of our students shared in almost $130 million of financial aid from all sources. These sources include Norwich University funded aid, aid from the federal government, state agencies and government contracts.

In Fall 2021, the billed/direct cost was $59,796 and the average Net price for residential First-year students after receiving Norwich aid (not to include tuition benefits) was $25,454.  After all grants (Norwich, Federal Student Aid, State grants and aid, VA benefits, ROTC scholarship and other outside scholarships) were applied, the average Net price to residential First-year students was $19,713.

For a complete breakdown of fees and charges for students enrolled in programs on the Northfield campus, click for more on-campus tutiton information .

For students enrolled in programs online with the College of Graduate and Continuing Studies, click for a comprehensive breakdown of CGCS costs .

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Office of Financial Aid
1 (800) 468-6679 | 1 (802) 485-2850
nufinaid@norwich.edu

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