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Study Abroad/Away Aid Policy:

Students may utilize their Federal Student Aid (Pell Grant, Direct Loans, PLUS Loans, etc.) and State Grant funding to help pay for study abroad/away experiences that fill either required credits or free elective credits for their degree program. Study Abroad/Away programs are offered by Norwich University and other host colleges and universities in locations in and outside of the United States. Norwich University aid is only provided to students in study abroad/away programs when the experience is required for the student’s degree program or students are enrolled in one of Norwich University’s abroad/away expedition programs.  Online degree completion students are not eligible.

As of Fall 2018, the only academic programs requiring study abroad, are International Studies, International Business, Spanish and Chinese. Norwich does not currently require study away for their degree programs. Students falling outside the above mentioned programs are eligible for Federal or State aid funding only based on enrollment.

ROTC and other full tuition and fee scholarship students do not receive the I.D. White/room and board scholarship for room and board unless ROTC funding is also approved for the study abroad/away program.

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