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
A transcript is an official complete, legal, permanent academic record of all coursework enrolled in after the sixth day of each term. Official transcripts include the signature of the University Registrar, the date of issue and the seal of the University.
Transcript requests will not be granted for individuals who have an outstanding debt to Norwich.
Official transcripts must be ordered through the National Student Clearinghouse online service by using the links provided below. Transcript orders can be tracked online using an email address and order number.
Order online from the National Student Clearinghouse using the links below:
Rush transcript orders must be submitted prior to 11:00 AM EST for same day processing. If not, they will be sent out the next business day.
Unless a rush option is selected, transcript requests will normally be processed within two to three business days after receipt from the National Student Clearinghouse, however, a longer period of time may be required for processing at the end of each semester.
For assistance or problems with a transcript order through the National Student Clearinghouse call 703-742-4200 or contact them via their website.
Norwich does not reissue or certify copies of transcripts from other institutions, including those contained in a student's record. Transcripts must be ordered directly from the institution where the course was taken.
Current Students only
Currently enrolled students can print their unofficial transcript in Banner Web. This is the only means of obtaining an unofficial transcript. The Registrar's Office does not issue unofficial transcripts.
The Registrar's Office does not issue unofficial transcripts. You will need to order an official transcript above.
Transferability of coursework taken at other institutions is determined by the Norwich University Registrar’s Office and Undergraduate Admission. Both follow Norwich-wide transfer guidelines.
Norwich University partners with several community colleges to offer those students a transfer credit opportunity. These agreements are held with:
Contact an admissions advisor today to learn more about how your prior education and experience can help you earn your bachelor's degree.
Interested in transferring to Norwich? Find out more about the admissions process and what to do once you’ve been accepted by contacting the Admission Office.
For on-campus undergraduate students new to Norwich the transfer process begins with Admissions.
Former on-campus undergraduate students who wish to return to Norwich should complete the Readmission Application and submit it to the Registrar’s Office. On the main Registrar’s Webpage, select forms.
The Transfer Credit Equivalency look up is available to research how another college's course transfers to Norwich.
Caution: while most transfer courses are accepted as noted, there are exceptions; faculty may change course content, wherein the equivalency may no longer apply. This list is not a guarantee that a course will transfer as listed rather serves as a guide for how courses have transferred in the past.
To ensure that a transfer course will be accepted at Norwich, a student should always complete the Transfer Credit Request Form prior to enrollment. The student's course is held to the current transfer policies and form approvals are retained for one-year only.
Link for a student no longer with Norwich credential access. Requires account creation and cannot be a Norwich email address.
As with most other colleges and universities in the United States, credits earned at Norwich University are transferable only at the discretion of the receiving school. (Pursuant to Vermont Statutes Annotated, Title XVI, Statute 176, Sec. 1(c)(1)(C).)
Contact the International Center to learn about the many study abroad programs available and how to apply. The Center offers a comprehensive solution to ensure preparations and pre-approvals for course transferability is complete before leaving campus.
Before you return request that a transcript be sent directly to our office.
Before studying at another U.S. college or university it is important to have any classes you plan on taking pre-approved to ensure they will transfer back to Norwich. The online form is available through the Norwich applications site, my.norwich.edu, on the Registrar's SharePoint site.
No. Only credit will transfer. Your GPA is calculated using only the grades you have received at Norwich.
Norwich University uses the semester system. All academic course work accepted for transfer will be converted into semester hours of credit by our office.
I now wish to return to the University. Should I apply through your office?
Former on-campus undergraduate students who wish to return to Norwich should complete the Readmission Application and submit it to the Registrar’s Office.
Former on-campus undergraduate students who were academically suspended and who wish to return to Norwich should complete the Academic Suspension Readmission Application and submit it to the Registrar’s Office.
To see how AP scores are currently transferring click here
Contact the College Board to request an AP Score Report.
To learn more about CLEP exams and to see how CLEP scores are currently transferring view here (Download PDF 126KB).
For further information about CLEP, visit the College Board website.
To learn more about how you might apply your IB coursework at Norwich view here (Download PDF 80K).
Obtaining Your Scores: To obtain your IB transcript visit the International Baccalaureate programs transcript request page.
Learn More: To learn more about how you might apply your DSST coursework at Norwich view here (Download PDF 90K).
In order to be eligible for transfer credit you must receive a grade of 400 or higher.
Obtaining Your Scores: To obtain your DSST transcript visit the DSST programs transcript request page.
To learn more about how you might apply your Cambridge Examinations at Norwich view here (Download PDF 70K).
To obtain your Cambridge Examination scores, visit the Cambridge Assessment for US Cambridge Students website.