This is the place for Norwich faculty, students, and alumni to contribute their stories on and off The Hill. You’ll read the stories and see the images from the projects, connections and successes that make Norwich’s community vibrant and vital.
Tune in and get the big picture.
Whether you call it “live stream” or “livestreaming,” we’ve got you covered. Norwich University's campus teems with interesting activity all year as top-flight speakers visit, students participate in traditional rites and alumni return to campus to share wisdom and reunite. Many events are livestreamed so people who aren't on campus can see them and people on campus can revisit them.
Wish you could be here, but if you can't, click on the links and give FOMO the heave-ho.
This is where you will find all the information you need about current and ongoing issues such as disruptions to university operations because of severe weather or university guidance on travel abroad during a virus outbreak.
Students requiring medical attention outside the Student Health Center’s operating hours, should contact the following health care facilities:
CVMC Emergency Department, located at 130 Fisher Road, Berlin, Vermont 05602. Open 7 days a week, 24 hours a day. (802-371-4100)
For updates on events, please navigate to the Event Update section found here: https://www.norwich.edu/event-updates
Come have a hand in building the future.
The School of Architecture + Art is challenging, fun and dedicated to producing architects who will serve the needs of people.
Our intimate scale fosters natural, effective mentoring relationships between faculty and students; courses take a balanced approach to the art and science of architecture. We embrace environmental sustainability as part of Vermont’s ethos and because they understand integrated design processes, our graduates' enter the profession well prepared.
Norwich’s School of Architecture + Art is ranked No. 3 in the United States of the “most hired from” universities.
Source: DesignIntelligence 2020
As part of the nation's oldest private military college, we offer a four-year bachelor of science in architectural studies degree (preprofessional); a one-year, National Architectural Accrediting Board-accredited master of architecture degree (first professional); and two art minors. All are designed for practical people who want to immerse themselves in an experiential academic lifestyle.
Accelerated BS-to-Master of Athletic Training
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At Norwich, 95 percent of our students shared in more than $70 million of financial aid from all sources.
Paying for a university education doesn’t have to be confusing. It is a significant investment in your future. While the array of loans, scholarships and fees you must navigate can be time consuming and appear complicated, we are here to help. Our aim is to ensure that you access your maximum eligible financial aid.
Because financial aid comes from a variety of sources (institutional, federal, state, and private foundations), it is important to familiarize yourself with the different financial aid forms and deadlines. Please take time to review the topics below, and don’t hesitate to contact us if you need assistance.
Your admissions counselor is here to help you from the day you request additional information about Norwich University until the day you set foot on campus as a student. Call them, email them, ask them all the questions you have about the admissions process—that’s what they’re here for!
Are you a high school student with a fire inside you, urging you to lead? Maybe you’ve got your leadership style figured out, but possibly you’re still trying to find it. Hear us: you can lead! As the nation’s oldest private military college, Norwich University knows leadership, and we understand there are many ways to lead. If you are a young person who wants to lead, we invite you to explore our leadership programs. Let us be part of your journey. Let us help set you on the path to becoming the leader you want to be.
Today may be on hold, but your future isn't.
The Norwich University campus tour experience is coming to you, right here via your keyboard or touch screen, so you can get the answers you need to feel right at home.
Col Mark C. Anarumo, USAF, (ret) has been named as Norwich University’s 24th president. Col Anarumo became the University’s president on June 1, 2020.
Welcome to the Norwich University Center for Global Resilience and Security News Blog where you'll find all the news and events happenings in and outside the classroom. This is a welcomed venue for all our communities to participate and learn. CGRS is building resilient communities by focusing on the four interrelated themes of water, infrastructure, energy, and climate.
Check back soon for our Annual Report.
The Journal of Peace and War Studies (JPWS) is an annual peer-reviewed journal published by the John and Mary Frances Patton Peace and War Center (PAWC) at Norwich University. JPWS aims to promote and disseminate high quality research on peace and war throughout the international academic community. It also aims to provide policy makers in the United States and many other countries with in-depth analyses of contemporary issues and policy alternatives.
The COLBY AWARD and NU MILITARY WRITERS’ SYMPOSIUM
are signature events of the NU Peace & War Center.
What to bring. What not to bring. And everything in between.
CONGRATULATIONS, BICENTENNIAL CLASS!
For two centuries, the Norwich legacy has been measured by the impact of its graduates. Get ready to add your name to that legacy. As members of the Class of 2019, yours will be the shoulders on which our third century will stand. Well done.
This is a milestone to share with loved ones. Here you will find details about ticketing, scheduling, and more.
Saturday, May 11 at 2:00 p.m.
Shapiro Field House
Doors open at 12:00 p.m.
|ROTC JOINT COMMISSIONING 2019
Sunday, May 12 at 9:00 a.m.
Shapiro Field House
Doors open at 8:00 a.m.
Climb for Connor
Now hear this!
What’s new in your classroom? How about your research? Faculty Voices is your platform for sharing news, pictures and video with the university and the world. Write, upload, post, share.
Home of Professor Allison Neal's Faculty Voices Blog
Allison Neal is a member of the Department of Biology at Norwich University. Her teaching and research interests include parasitology, ecology, evolution, genetics and microbiology. Dr. Neal also currently serves on the university's Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee (IACUC), the Library Committee, and is the co-director of the Vermont STEM Fair.
Dr. Neal’s research on the evolution and ecology of parasites currently focuses trematode parasites in Vermont. Trematodes are flatworm parasites with complex, multi-host life cycles. This research combines fieldwork, microscopy and population genetics. Neal and her students collect snails, examine amazing parasites with a microscope, and analyze the genetics of parasites and their hosts.
Read more about some of the great parasites found in Vermont and the great students studying them in Dr. Neal's Voices posts.
For over 200 years, students at Norwich University, the birthplace of ROTC, have served our nation and its armed forces with distinction. The Tri-Service Awards honor students for leadership in our four military branches — the U.S. Army, U.S. Navy, U.S. Marine Corps and the U.S. Air Force. They also honor academic and athletic achievements of cadets in our Corps of Cadets. In these pages, you’ll find honors for the service, resilience and displays of moral character that are trademarks of our students and our university.
“It is to the rising generation that we are to look for the future guardians and protectors of the inestimable rights and privileges transmitted to us by the heroes and patriots of the revolution: they are to be the future legislators, political economists, and defenders of our country; and on them is to depend, in a very great degree, the future destinies of our might republic.”Captain Alden Partridge, 1828