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
|Session A Last Day to Add||8/13/21||8/12/22|
|Session A Last Day to Drop (No record)||8/29/21||8/28/22|
|Full Term Begins||8/30/21||8/29/22|
|Session A Begins||8/30/21||8/29/22|
|Convocation (Afternoon classes suspended campus based programs)||8/31/21||8/30/22|
|Labor Day (no classes campus based programs, campus closed)||9/6/21||9/5/22|
|Full Term Last Day to Add||9/7/21||9/6/22|
|Full Term Last Day to Drop (No record)||9/7/21||9/6/22|
|Full Term Spring and Summer Graduation Application Due||10/1/21||10/1/22|
|Session B Last Day to Add||10/8/21||10/7/22|
|Session A Last Day to Drop with "W"||10/10/21||10/9/22|
|Full Term Incomplete Grade Maximum Externsion Deadline||10/11/21||10/10/22|
|Full Term Spring Schedule Posted||10/11/21||10/10/22|
|Full Term Mid-Term Grades Open||10/11/21||10/10/22|
|Full Term Mid-Term Grades Due||10/18/21||10/17/22|
|Full Term Spring Advising Begins||10/18/21||10/17/22|
|Session A Ends||10/23/21||10/22/22|
|Session B Last Day to Drop||10/24/21||10/23/22|
|Session B Begins||10/25/21||10/24/22|
|Session A Grades Due||10/26/21||10/25/22|
|Full Term Last day to Drop with "W"||12/13/21||10/31/22|
|Full Term Senior (R2) Registration Begins, 7:00 a.m.||11/1/21||10/31/22|
|Full Term Senior (R1) Registration Begins, 7:00 a.m.||11/2/21||11/1/22|
|Full Term Junior (J2) Registration Begins, 7:00 a.m.||11/3/21||11/2/22|
|Full Term Junior (J1) Registration Begins, 7:00 a.m.||11/4/21||11/3/22|
|Full Term Sophomore (S2) Registration Begins, 7:00 a.m.||11/8/21||11/4/22|
|Full Term Sophomore (S1) Registration Begins, 7:00 a.m.||11/9/21||11/5/22|
|Full Term Freshmen (F2) Registration Begins, 7:00 a.m.||11/10/21||11/6/22|
|Full Term Freshmen (F1) Registration Begins, 7:00 a.m.||11/11/21||11/7/22|
|Wellness Day, exclusions apply||11/10-11/11/21||--|
|Full Term Non-Degree Seeking Student Registration||11/15/21||11/11/22|
|Thanksgiving Break (no classes campus based programs)||11/20-11/28/21||11/19-11/27/22|
|Session B Last day to Drop with "W"||12/5/21||12/4/22|
|Reading Day, exclusions apply||12/13/21||--|
|Full Term Final Exams Begin||12/14/21||12/13/22|
|Session B Ends||12/18/21||12/17/22|
|Full Term Final Exams End, Last Day of the Semester||12/19/21||12/18/22|
|Grades Due Full Semester||12/22/21||12/21/22|
|Grades Due Session B||12/22/21||12/21/22|
|Session A Last Day to Add||12/23||12/23|
|Session A Last Day to Drop (No record)||1/9||1/8|
|Full Term Begins||1/10||1/9|
|Session A Begins||1/10||1/9|
|Full Term Last Day to Add||1/17||1/16|
|MLK (classes in session, unless otherwise announced)||1/17||1/16|
|Full Term Last Day to Drop (No record)||1/17||1/16|
|Session B Last Day to Add||2/18||2/17|
|Session A Last Day to Drop with "W"||2/20||2/19|
|Full Term Fall Schedule Posted||2/21||2/20|
|Full Term Mid-Term Grades Open||2/21||2/20|
|Full Term Incomplete Grade Maximum Extension Deadline||2/28||2/27|
|Full Term Mid-Term Grades Due||2/28||2/27|
|Full Term Fall Advising Begins||2/28||2/27|
|Full Term Fall Graduation Application Due||3/1||3/1|
|Session A Ends||3/5||3/4|
|Spring Break (no classes campus based programs)||3/5-3/13||3/4 - 3/12|
|Session B Last Day to Drop||3/6||3/5|
|Session B Begins||3/7||3/6|
|Session A Grades Due||3/8||3/7|
|Full Term Senior (R2) Registration Begins, 7:00 a.m.||3/21||3/20|
|Full Term Senior (R1) Registration Begins, 7:00 a.m.||3/22||3/21|
|Full Term Junior (J2) Registration Begins, 7:00 a.m.||3/23||3/22|
|Full Term Junior (J1) Registration Begins, 7:00 a.m.||3/24||3/23|
|Full Term Sophomore (S2) Registration Begins, 7:00 a.m.||3/28||3/27|
|Full Term Sophomore (S1) Registration Begins, 7:00 a.m.||3/29||3/28|
|Full Term Freshmen (F2) Registration Begins, 7:00 a.m.||3/30||3/29|
|Full Term Freshmen (F1) Registration Begins, 7:00 a.m.||3/31||3/30|
|Full Term Non-Degree Seeking Student Registration||4/4||4/3|
|Session B Last day to Drop with "W"||4/17||4/16|
|Full Term Last day to Drop with "W"||4/22||3/20|
|Full Term Reading Day (no classes)||no reading day||no reading day|
|Full Term Final Exams Begin||4/23||4/22|
|Session B Ends, Last Day of the Semester||4/30||4/29|
|Full Term Senior Grades Due (Thurs)||4/28||4/27|
|Full Term Final Exams End (Fri)||4/29||4/28|
|Full Term Take home final exams due (sat)||4/30||4/29|
|Campus Commencement & Commissioning||4/30||4/29|
|Full Term Grades Due||5/3||5/2|
|Session B Grades Due||5/3||5/2|
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The Academic Catalog is the definitive source for graduation requirements, outlining the courses and programs students will need to complete to earn their degrees. The catalog also explains the current year’s academic policies.
Degree verifications are used by human resource departments, background check companies, or even other academic institutions to confirm the learner’s education background.
Enrollment verifications are similarly helpful, as they illustrate the enrollment status, courses, and in some cases grades. Knowing this information can help with student loans or discounts, transcript verification, or loan deferment.
Norwich University Norwich wants a simple online ordering process for enrollment and degree verifications. Each platform available is for the convenience of the user and either service may be used depending on your needs. Options include the National Student Clearinghouse and Parchment. The Norwich University National Student Clearinghouse School ID number is 003692-00 for an immediate report, unless investigation is needed. Whereas, Parchment is an ordering platform requiring staff to prepare the requested documentation.
Current/Active students generate an enrollment verification certificate through the student self-service section of the National Student Clearinghouse website 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. The end user must provide information pertaining to the student’s enrollment or degree status. If you need more than directory information, or already have an account with Parchment, please select the Parchment option. Otherwise, the National Student Clearinghouse can be contacted by clicking the verify now box.
Change the below box to Verify Now through National Student Clearinghouse
Active or Inactive Student Verifications
Parchment offers the same place for students to get their transcript or their replacement diploma, or a degree or enrollment verification. In a few steps indicate which records should be sent to which destination, and then can check out and submit required payments. Step by step notification keeps the student informed until the verifications have been received.
Third Parties Verifications
Third parties need to order official records, especially enrollment or degree verifications. That’s why Parchment is making it easy to allow orders for any record for any third party. The the third party can request the record on behalf of the student, provide written consent and submit required payments.
Graduation is the completion of all degree requirements as recorded on the official transcript. Commencement is the ceremony that celebrates the completion of a degree. Participation in the commencement ceremony does not imply that a student officially graduated. The printed diploma is a commemoration of achievement. Official certification of the degree is made through the official transcript, the Digital Diploma, or through the certification service of the National Student Clearinghouse (NSC).
Conferral, also known as degree completion, is evaluated on a rolling basis and once completion is certified, the completion date will be recorded on the student record. Typically, this is at the end of every full semester.
Diplomas are distributed three times per year (see also Diploma Distribution). When coursework is taken off-campus, ensure transient course approval has been granted, coursework completion deadlines are August 25, December 22 and the last day of the semester prior to commencement exercises and requires a final official transcript issued by the institution. For further information on the required outstanding coursework and diploma distribution, please contact the Office of the Registrar. The degree award date is posted using the last day of the semester. No degree shall be conferred, or diploma awarded, until the Registrar's Office verifies all degree requirements are met.
The Registrar, in conjunction with the President and the approval of the Board of Trustees, awards degrees. An act deemed by the University as egregious can result in the act of revoking a conferred degree or the conferral of a degree.
The student will submit a Graduation Application to the Registrar's Office. The May and Summer Semester graduation application is due October 1 and for Fall Semester the graduation application is due March 1. A student with an expected graduation date for December, May, or August (or other summer session) and who missed the deadline for submitting a Graduation Application may have a registration hold placed on their registration record.
There is no fee for the graduation application, participation or diploma for campus-based programs. The College of Graduate and Continuing Studies graduation fee is $150.00.
An active student has access to a 24/7 degree audit via BannerWeb to review requirements. The audit is refreshed every morning to capture course adjustments. A student is expected to review requirements as well as remaining credit hours required for the degree each semester. Assistance to understand the audit is directed to the advisor. Questions regarding challenges or clarification are directed to the Office of the Registrar. An inactive student no longer has access to BannerWeb and must work with the advisor or department chair/program manager to discuss remaining requirements.
The Office of the Registrar will conduct an audit in the semester of the graduation application deadline and provide a notice of progress based on the projected completion date. A student who cannot meet the projected completion date will have the graduation application denied. Throughout the active graduation application period, a periodic audit may be performed and when a student who is not considered to be on-track will have the application revoked. At which time, the student will submit a new application by the deadline for the anticipated completion.
An on-track notice simply means the assessment of the audit indicates the student will complete requirements by the projected completion date. A student may adjust their schedule or not successfully complete a course requirement thereby changing the original assessment.
The Diploma is printed with the degree, major, and, when applicable, Latin Honor and/or Honors Program. The printed student name is taken from the Graduation Application. Most often, this is the student's legal name; however, an alternate name may be given. The University reserves the right to deny a non-legal name. For an eligible student, the Military College of Vermont (MCV) designation will be included on the diploma.
The diploma is mailed approximately 4-10 weeks following the end of the semester. Diplomas are mailed three times per year for undergraduate programs and on-campus graduate programs at the end of fall, spring and summer semesters. The College of Graduate and Continuing Studies graduate programs will distribute as the undergraduate calendar with one additional release at the end of Residency. A diploma is not released when a student is in debt to the University.
December 2021, a free Digital Diploma is available to current graduates. Through a partnership with Parchment, the Digital Diploma is a certifiable document that can be shared or downloaded for third-parties. This includes the Apostille and several graduate-level program boards and licensing boards. A unique link via the student’s personal email address will be sent approximately one-to-two weeks following confirmation of degree to claim the Digital Diploma. A Digital Diploma is not released when a student is in debt to the University.
A printed replacement diploma, with current authorized signatures, is mailed in alignment with the diploma distribution cycle to include the current authorized signatures. A replacement diploma charge is $50.00. A graduate prior to Fall 2021 may request a Digital Diploma for the cost of a replacement diploma; however, at the time of processing the cost will be reduced to $20.00. A student in debt to the University will not be issued a Digital Diploma until rectified. Order at Parchment, https://www.parchment.com/.
A certificate is awarded as a digital credential. The Digital Certificate lists the certificate title and student name. A certificate attached to a degree program is not issued a certificate. A unique link is sent to the student’s personal email address to claim the Digital Diploma approximately one-to-two weeks following the last day of the semester. A certificate completer prior to Fall 2021 may request a Digital Credential for the cost of a replacement diploma; however, at the time of processing the cost will bereduced to $20.00. A student in debt to the University will not be issued a Digital Certificate until rectified. Follow to Parchment, https://www.parchment.com/ to order.
There is one commencement ceremony at the conclusion of the full Spring Semester for campus-based programs and the summer session for CGCS programs. A campus-based student who is within two courses of meeting graduation requirements and applies to graduate to the August completion date will be permitted to walk at Commencement and others by petition. The College of Graduate and Continuing studies holds a ceremony in the summer and the student is expected to have all coursework completed or final coursework in-progress, others by petition. Participation may be revoked when the student has pending disciplinary action to be cleared by the Provost, and when applicable in conjunction with the Vice President for Student Affairs.
Latin Honors are calculated using only Norwich University credits (there are no honors for Graduate students). The diploma and transcript will include the Latin Honor calculated at the time of degree completion.
A transcript is the official certifying document for a degree credential. A student can order a transcript at any time but is encouraged to mark the order “hold for degree” to ensure the transcript is not issued before the degree statement is posted to the student record. A transcript is not released when there is a debt to the University.
Meet with advisor to review remaining requirements and ensure on track to graduate by target date.
Graduation application deadline for all candidates graduating May or August (campus-based programs) Contact advisor, watch announcements (CGCS programs)
Registrar’s Office reviews applicant’s degree audit
December graduates, request final transcripts, if desired, mark hold for degree
December graduates: complete loan exit requirements for Loans, https://studentaid.gov/exit-counseling/
Diplomas sent to December graduates and replacement diploma orders
Graduation application deadline for all candidates graduating December (campus-based programs) Contact advisor, watch announcements (CGCS programs)
May graduates, request final transcripts, if desired, mark hold for degree
May graduates: complete loan exit requirements for Loans, https://studentaid.gov/exit-counseling/
Registrar’s Office reviews applicant’s degree audit
Diplomas mailed for Spring Semester graduates and replacement diploma orders
Diplomas mailed to graduate programs ending in June
Summer graduates, request final transcripts, if desired, mark hold for degree
Summer graduates: complete loan exit requirements for Loans, https://studentaid.gov/exit-counseling/
Diplomas sent to summer graduates and graduate programs ending in August and replacement diploma orders
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.
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.
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) or a high school student using a Flexible Pathway option must inquire through the Admissions Office. A returning non-degree-seeking student already accepted through admissions will complete a Registration Agreement to return.
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.
A student investigating withdrawing from the University, or has decided to withdraw from the University, will complete the Withdrawal Form. The form is received by the Center for Student Success who will then reach out to the student. Once the withdraw procedures has been discussed, the Center for Student Success will notify the Office of the Registrar who will then update the student record. When the withdrawal is during the semester, the current year’s Academic Catalog will provide dates and deadlines. The Office of the Bursar’s webpage will identify billing policies. Billing adjustments, when applicable may take up to three weeks for processing.
|Session A Last Day to Add||4/23||4/21|
|Session A Last Day to Drop (No record)||5/8||5/7|
|Full Term Clases Begin||5/9||5/8|
|Last Day to Drop (no record, full semester)||5/16||5/15|
|Session A Begins||5/9||5/8|
|Session B Last Day to Add||6/10||6/9|
|Session A Last Day to Drop with "W"||6/19||6/18|
|Session B Last Day to Drop||6/26||6/25|
|Session B Begins||6/27||6/26|
|Session A Ends (sat)||7/2||7/1|
|Session A Grades Due||7/5||7/4|
|Session B Last Day to Drop with "W"||8/7||8/6|
|Last Day to Drop with "W" (full semester)||7/11||7/10|
|Full Term Ends (sat)||8/20||8/19|
|Full Term Grades Due||8/23||8/22|
|Session B Ends (sat)||8/20||8/19|
|Session B Grades Due||8/23||8/22|
|Session B (MAT) Ends||8/26|
|Session B (MAT) Grades Due||8/29|