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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 2019-20, the billed/direct cost was $55,848 and the average net price to attend was $25,581 for a residential student.

A full breakdown of 2020-21 cost follows below.

Tuition, fees and deposit for undergraduate students 2020-21

Tuition (per year) $40,608
Room and Board (per year) $14,854
Basic Fees (Health, Technology, Student Activities) $2,342
Medical Insurance (full-time students only, estimated cost) $1,750
(Students in the Corps of Cadets must also purchase uniforms: for 2020-21, new students will be charged during the first year as part of the Fall Semester bill and $728 is estimated for billing during the second year as part of the Fall Semester bill).
Admissions Deposit $250
Estimated Indirect Costs: 
Books $1,500
Transportation $1,200
Miscellaneous $1,500

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

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



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