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The U.S. Department of Education has released guidance on how schools may process federal work-study when classes have been moved online and students can no longer work. As previously communicated, Norwich University is assessing whether students will be allowed to return campus for the remainder of the semester; that decision will be relayed by March 31. Additional information about work availability and compensation will be provided then. Please refer to the Student FAQ section found here.

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