Norwich strives to increase accessibility while preserving its preeminence in higher education.
Improving the affordability of a Norwich education remains essential to attracting the best and brightest students to our University. Furthermore, with the economic stresses posed by COVID-19, scholarships are especially important to attracting and retaining top students, further solidifying Norwich’s reputation of excellence.
“I want to go to medical school and I wouldn’t be able to concentrate on that aspect of my career if it wasn’t for this scholarship.” Shawnae Evans ’21
- Term—The scholarship will provide annual income, which, together with a withdrawal from principal, will support a student(s) for approximately 10 years.
- Endowed—Endowed funds are invested and managed as a permanent financial asset producing an annual income in perpetuity.
- Income Share Agreement (ISA)—An ISA is an agreement between a school and student that provides the student education funding. In exchange, the student agrees to pay Norwich University a fixed percentage of his or her future income for a fixed time, up to the agreed-upon cap.