The Registrar’s Office staff provides accessible, attentive customer service to our many constituents, ensuring the accuracy, integrity and delivery of degrees and coursework. The Registrar’s Office is an integral part in university operations; staff work closely with nearly all offices and departments on campus.
By enrolling in courses at Norwich University, students obligate themselves to be aware of and abide by the academic policies governing their enrollment.
The university’s academic regulations and requirements are listed in full in the current year’s college catalog.
Under the Family Education Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA), you, the student. have the right to authorize the College to release information from your educational record to other individuals (i.e., parents, spouse, employers.) Your educational record includes, but is not limited to, items such as grade reports, transcripts, billing and financial aid information.
New and current students wishing to authorize the release of their records to third parties must complete the web-based FERPA form, accessible by logging into the My.Norwich portal and locating the Student Academic Profile section in the Web Services menu. Search on FERPA for detailed information on where to find the form.
Students dismissed for an unsatisfactory academic record may apply for readmission after one semester of separation by submitting the Academic Suspension Readmission Application form. Applications must be submitted to the Registrar’s Office at least ten working days prior to the first day of classes for a given term. Students who are readmitted, after having been academically suspended may have limited eligibility for federal financial aid.
Students who do not attend Norwich for at least one semester, are required to be re-admitted. Readmission to Norwich University is subject to approval from a student’s previous Department Chair/School Director, housing, Commandant or Dean of Students, and the Bursar. Students seeking readmission to new major, must secure the approval of the Department Chair/School Director of the new major.
The Academic Petition Form must be completed by students seeking an exemption from Norwich academic policy. In particular the following actions: Late Add, Late Drop or Late Withdrawal, Late Total Withdrawal, General Education of BA Requirement Waiver/Substitutions, Extension for Incomplete, Participation in Extra-curricular Activities while on Probation, Transfer and regulations Credit Exception, Exceed Credit Limit on Probation and Miscellaneous are given as choices on the form. . The Academic Petition Form requires students to write and submit a signed letter stating clear justification for a requested action.
Norwich University has authorized the National Student Clearinghouse to provide all enrollment and degree verification for both on-campus and online. Service through the National Student Clearinghouse is available 24/7.
Current students can generate new enrollment verification letters through the student self service section of the National Student Clearinghouse website. This can be accessed through Banner Web.
The National Student Clearinghouse can be contacted via:
National Student Clearinghouse 13454 Sunrise Valley Drive, Suite 300 Herndon, VA 20171
The Norwich University National Student Clearinghouse School ID number is 003692-00.
High school juniors and seniors, who are residents of the state of Vermont and enrolled in a publicly funded high school, are eligible for up to two vouchers for college courses. Students must apply for a voucher for the semester they wish to enroll in a dual enrollment course. Students who attend an independent high school and are not tuitioned by their home district are not eligible for a voucher.
The college credits dual enrolled students earn are part of their permanent NU transcript, and these courses begin to satisfy degree requirements toward a Norwich degree. These credits are transferable to most colleges.
If you have general questions about the Dual Enrollment Program or are interested in applying, contact:
1 (802) 485-3398
The Early College Program at NU allows up to 20 Vermont high school seniors, from publicly funded high schools, to enroll full-time at NU. Students who attend an independent high school and are not tuitioned by their home district are not eligible for the ECP.
The Early College Program allows students to complete high school diploma requirements while taking a full year of college classes in any discipline. The college credits ECP students earn are part of their permanent NU transcript, and these courses begin to satisfy degree requirements toward a Norwich degree. These credits are transferable to most colleges.