Online Student Resources
Congratulations on your pursuit of a degree, certificate, or other opportunity at Norwich University. The role of the Bursar's Office is to help you meet your financial obligations on time, and as conveniently as possible.
How We Can Help You
Our goal is to provide you access to the information needed to start each course worry-free, so that you can focus on the important business of succeeding in your academic program. If you cannot find the answers to your questions here, please contact your student services advisor. We are all here to help you achieve success.
Bursar & Financial Aid
Our colleagues in the Bursar and Financial Aid offices counsel students on the financial aid options for which they qualify, including federal student loans, once students have been accepted to Norwich University. We work with student financial planning to ensure that once your loan, scholarship, and/or other funds are received, they are applied to your tuition bill.
Bursar Contact Information
Norwich University Bursar's Office
Office Fax: 802-485-2737 Office Hours: 8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. EST General Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Nishan Grout, Assistant Bursar Phone: 802-485-2055 Email: email@example.com
Office of Financial Aid
Financial Aid Office Hours: 8 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. EST Financial Aid Office Phone: 802-485-2019 Finacial Aid Office Fax: 802-485-2024 Financial Aid General Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
How Students Pay for their Education
There are a number of options for paying for your education including:
- Using personal funds (you may qualify for a federal tax deduction)
- Federal student loans (i.e., Direct Unsubsidized Stafford Loans)
- VA Benefits and Military TA
- Employer tuition assistance
Paying Your Bill
Prior to the beginning of each term, all students will receive an email notification with a link to view their eBill and pay online.
Please Note: New students will receive an email notification with instructions for accessing NUpay after you've been accepted and paid your deposit.
Your Monthly Student Statement
Students may receive statement updates by setting email notifications in NUpay with the student's email address of record. The Student Statement reflects the current status of a student's account. Students should monitor statements to confirm posting of credits from checks, loans, and outside tuition assistance.
If overpayment occurs, federal loans and grants are refunded automatically. Refund checks are available after the term starts. We encourage students to set up Direct Deposit if they anticipate needing to receive a refund. You can sign up for Direct Deposit via NU Pay. Using your Norwich classroom login information, navigate to the Student section within NU Pay and follow the directions below to complete the direct deposit set up:
- Click on Student Services
- Select the NU Pay - View bill, pay and set up student refunds option
- Select the Student Choice Refunds option
- Set up your direct deposit information