Answers to dozens of frequently asked questions supplied at norwich.edu/arrival
Norwich University’s decision to return to full pre-COVID-19-pandemic operations means high enthusiasm on campus and probably abundant questions from soon-to-arrive students, including incoming first-year students and their families.
We hear you and have answers.
A new webpage, norwich.edu/arrival features information, tips and answers to dozens of frequently asked questions in 14 categories spanning arrival, orientation and student life. Information includes the arrival schedule, COVID-19 policies, a campus map and information on rook preparation, packing lists for all new students, student life, student services and meal plans. There are also resources for parents, including information about summer sendoffs, mentor family support and bill paying.
The new norwich.edu/arrival page features information, tips and answers to dozens of frequently asked questions in 14 categories spanning arrival, orientation and student life.
The site includes answers to many queries posed to Norwich President Dr. Mark Anarumo during his Thursday night town hall. Many senior administration leaders also answered questions and shared information, including Provost Sandra Affenito, Interim Commandant William Passalacqua ’88, Senior Vice President for Student Affairs and Technology Frank Vanecek, Vice President of Enrollment Management Gregory Matthews, Nursing Director Paulette Thabault and Athletic Director Tony Mariano.
On the hourlong-plus virtual meeting, Anarumo called 2020 an aberration and expressed optimism for the new semester as classroom instruction, military training, athletics and other activities return to in-person delivery.
“We’re an in-person school. … We’re all about giving your students incredible augmentation to world-class academic in-class instruction. And we’re glad to give that to them because it’s what you deserve, and, most importantly, it’s what they deserve,” Anarumo said. “We want (students) to get here, we want them to succeed out of the gate … and we want them to graduate and love this school as much as our graduates have over time.”
Join the conversation on Twitter @NorwichNews #NorwichTogether #NorwichForever #NorwichServes
- Norwich awards 2021 Richard S. Schultz ’60 Symposium Fellowship
- Presidential pomp … and a prize
- The colors of self-care in ‘Liquid Mind’