Counseling and Wellness Center’s teletherapy and programs will help Norwich students manage semester’s stresses
Although campus is crackling to life with each wave of student arrivals, coronavirus stress may be muting the new-school-year excitement. News outlets of all stripes show the pandemic’s national case count, and headlines, stubbornly remain. Nobody can see the end yet.
Norwich’s Counseling and Wellness Center stands ready to help. The center has added two counselors — bringing its staff to eight and has introduced teletherapy. Anyone on campus or in the 50 U.S. states will be able to phone in for help. Also, remote students in 36 states will be able to arrange therapy over video.
Maroon and Gold Student Behavioral Contract aims to keep students and campus healthy
During the COVID-19 pandemic, the “Norwich together, Norwich forever” slogan applies as much to health preservation as to morale building. In town halls and other communications, President Mark C. Anarumo and Norwich University officials have stressed the need to preserve collective health, partly by having students sign the Maroon and Gold Student Behaviorial Contract.
Second arrival weekend expected to bring 325 students
Packed bags? Check. Face masks? Check. Completed forms? Check.
This weekend, as last, will bring more students in Norwich University’s phased-in 2020 fall semester arrival. About 500 students arrived over the weekend of Aug. 8 and Aug. 9; about 325 are expected this weekend, when Provisional Battalion rooks, Corps and civilian student leaders arrive.
In town hall address, Norwich President Mark C. Anarumo stresses need for collective accountability as fall semester nears
And away we go.
This past Thursday, in his final town hall address before student arrivals, President Mark C. Anarumo said Norwich University worked cohesively and diligently to prepare for the new semester.
Student orientation leaders poised to ease newcomers’ transition to campus life
Students arriving on Norwich University’s reopened campus signal that the fall semester is on its way. And a student orientation squad stands ready to ease newcomers' transition.
NORTHFIELD, Vt. – As part of its phased reopening during the COVID-19 pandemic, Norwich University is welcoming the first group of students to campus on Saturday, Aug. 8, a process that involves a highly structured intake methodology to include health screenings and COVID-19 testing. See video here: https://youtu.be/TkS2fHw83B8.
Capt. Alden Partridge’s brainchild institution celebrates its 201st birthday and the bicentennial of its admitting students
As Norwich University continues going boldly into its third century, it will stop this week to remember Capt. Alden Partridge, who started the academy and inspired its teaching and traditions 201 years ago, and the bicentennial of the admission of the university’s first students.
NORTHFIELD, Vt. — The Norwich University Peace and War Center has been named the John and Mary Frances Patton Peace and War Center in appreciation of a generous gift of $1.7 million to the university from the estate of retired U.S. Air Force Maj. Gen. John S. Patton and his wife, Professor Mary Frances M. Patton. Of the sum, $385,000 will go toward creating an endowment for the center.
Norwich University Honors Program students present privacy invasion projects to International Spy Museum officials
The mission, which Honors Program students chose to accept: Deliver a lesson plan for the International Spy Museum, a nonprofit providing an objective, apolitical forum for exploring topics including technology’s changing role in intelligence work, secrecy’s effects on civil liberties and the challenges of disinformation in social media. The plan had to be relatable, to interest students; rigorous, to satisfy teachers; and suitable, fitting the museum’s mission to engagingly educate the public about espionage and intelligence.