Expect Challenge. Achieve Distinction.

Ready to apply or have questions?

Rachel Putney will help you create a customized summer schedule that works for you:

Email Rachel

Call Rachel at
1 (802) 485-2354


Session I:
May 11-July 5, 2020

Session II:
June 29-August 23, 2020

Session III:
May 11-August 23, 2020

Course Listings

Registration opens March 1, 2020.


Open to all college students, including:

✔ Norwich students: current, incoming, and transfer

✔ Students who attend other colleges or universities

15 Weeks: On campus and online

✔ 12+credit, full-semester load

  • Complete up to 19 credits in the 15-week summer semester.

Pick from courses across Sessions I, II, and III to develop a 12- to 19-credit summer semester that meets your educational goals.

3 Sessions: On campus and online

✔ Gen-ed courses toward graduation

  • Two 8-week sessions and one 15-week session.

Looking to take one or two courses? Check out our summer gen-ed courses, offered on campus and online.

Students in outside classroom

Tour where you’ll study, eat, sleep, and play. If you haven’t experienced summer in Vermont, you’re in for a treat!

• Tour library and museum.
• Tour Wise Campus Center for dining and student services.
• Tour Dalrymple Hall —our new residential hall complete with fitness facility and views of the green mountains.
• Tour the Dog River to cool off, fish, or float.


  • Two-week Courses: Explore a destination during a two-week classroom and hands-on learning experience.
  • Preparatory Math Courses: Complete needed math courses during the summer.
  • Maymester (May 11-June 14, 2020): Okay, technically May is still in the spring. But still, there are some great Maymester opportunities for Norwich students to earn credits abroad. Learn more.
  • Accelerated BSN program: Do you hold an associate’s or bachelor’s degree and seek to return to school to earn a bachelor of science in nursing (BSN)? Check out our accelerated BSN program, offered in five consecutive terms over 18 months, including summer.

  • “Working as an intern while studying in the summer prepared me for my career academically and professionally. Volunteering with Student Activities was my way of giving back. I would do it all over again!”
    Kenechukwu “Kene” Onwe ’21 Architecture Major
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