Prospective students will get their questions answered Saturday as the Norwich University Admissions Office stages its fall open house.
Although the 2020 fall open house ran virtually because of the coronavirus pandemic, in-person activities return this year and will run 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. University officials will share information on Norwich’s 30-plus academic programs, athletics and experience-enriching extracurriculars for Corps of Cadets and civilian students. Workshops will cover campus life, career placement and study abroad.
Visiting prospective students will eat in the Wise Campus Center dining hall, tour campus and learn about applying for the university and securing financial aid.
Steven Wolf, Norwich’s admissions director and a retired U.S. Marine Corps colonel, said the open house will let prospective students get answers about Norwich’s offerings and gauge fit.
“We’re very excited to invited prospective students and their families to campus,” Wolf wrote in an email. “They will get to engage with our faculty, staff, coaches and current students as they learn about our academic programs, athletic teams, leadership programs and student life — all of the things that make Norwich a unique place where students develop, grow and excel.”
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