PLEASE NOTE: To date, Norwich University has no known cases of coronavirus on campus.
Members of the Norwich Family:
Today, 1 June 2020, is my first day as your President. In the coming weeks you will be hearing from me often on many subjects, including my honor to become a member of the Norwich community and to serve as your President.
Given the current state of unrest across our country, it is paramount that you immediately receive my personal communication in response to the death of Mr. George Floyd in Minneapolis. Indeed, Mr. Floyd’s death is a heartbreaking tragedy.
First, please allow me to reinforce very clearly that the Norwich community will be safe, inclusive, and respectful of all students, faculty, staff, and guests. Given our guiding values of mutual respect, dignity, and inclusive leadership, all of us have a significant role in helping to make our nation better. We are citizens of the greatest country in the world, and must stand united to combat intolerable behavior.
President Richard W. Schneider introduces Colonel Mark Anarumo, USAF, (Ret.), the 24th president of Norwich University, and welcomes him on June 1, 2020, his first day as president of the nation’s oldest private military college.
Watch President Richard W. Schneider address the Norwich University community May 14, 2020, with the latest update on establishing two task forces to address employees’ return to work plans, and scenario planning for the upcoming fall 2020 semester under the leadership and direction of Provost Sandra Affenito.
Watch President Richard W. Schneider address the Norwich University community April 20, 2020, with the latest update on commencement, summer and fall semesters, and to learn how you can help Norwich students today.
Due to the Stay Home executive order issued by Vermont Gov. Phil Scott, Norwich University employees are required to remain at home unless they have been designated in writing by Human Resources as an “essential employee” and have been asked to work on campus by their supervisor.