To get in touch with the Norwich Registrar's office, call 1 (802) 485-2035, Monday through Friday 8:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m., or email email@example.com
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.
For additional related Norwich University policies and regulations, click here.
A student who has not attended classes for one or more semesters must reapply to the University. Approval is requested from Commandant or Dean of Students (housing and discipline), the Bursar, and Financial Aid -Satisfactory Academic Progress for Financial Aid. A student is encouraged to discuss their anticipated return with an advisor and/or department chair prior to completing the form. The application must be completed ten business days prior to the start of the semester.
A student who has been suspended must also submit a letter addressing the plan for success, and also be required to obtain letters of support from the Academic Achievement Center, the advisor and the primary major department chair. The Academic Achievement Center will serve as the resource for guidance when the advisor or chair is unknown.
Once the student is readmitted, curriculum changes may be submitted with the assistance of the advisor. A student not meeting program requirements such as Nursing will be changed to Undeclared until a new curriculum is selected.
Chose one of the two readmission options based upon the student’s status. The online form requires account set up and cannot be a Norwich email address.
This Academic Petition from is for a student who no longer has access to my.norwich.edu. An Academic Petition is for a student who wishes to petition an academic policy in the current Academic Catalog or a policy, in-force when the action petitioning occurred.
The Academic Petition Form for current a student is available via my.norwich.edu and must be completed using the Registrar’s SharePoint site.
A person who is interested in taking coursework as a non-degree seeking student, or transient student (guest student) will complete an enrollment request to the Registrar’s Office. A high school student using a Flexible Pathway option must inquire through the Admissions Office.
A current student can enter addresses via BannerWeb. However, to change the permanent address use the Change of Address Form.
A student who attended Norwich University and wishes to change their name to the permanent record must complete a Change of Name.
Norwich University has authorized the National Student Clearinghouse to provide enrollment and degree verification for current and prior enrolled students. Service through the National Student Clearinghouse is available 24/7. However, incomplete data requires Norwich to investigate the submission and additional time is required. The Norwich University National Student Clearinghouse School ID number is 003692-00.
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.
A 3rd party, or prior student, can verify student attendance or degree verification so long as the student has authorized permission to release what is termed directory information. To complete the query fields, the Norwich student will need to provide information pertaining directly to their enrollment or degree status. The National Student Clearinghouse can be contacted by clicking the verify now box.