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SUMMER SESSION DATES


Session I:
May 11-July 5, 2020

Session II:
June 29-August 23, 2020

Session III:
May 11-August 23, 2020


Preliminary Course Listings

We expect to begin finalizing summer course offerings in January 2020.

Treat yourself to a Vermont summer!

Through summer session, independent research projects, leadership camps, and preparation for the coming year, Norwich University is alive with fun activities in the summer. Many student-support services will be available during the summer sessions, along with access to facilities and local events.

Student Services

Academic Achievement Center

Bookstore

Bursar’s Office (billing and payment assistance)

Center for Writing (schedule an appointment)

Counseling & Wellness Center

Kreitzberg Library

Title IX: Office of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion

Veterans Affairs at Norwich University

Recreation

During the summer, Norwich will offer on-campus outdoor movies, as well as trips to the Bethel and Colchester drive-ins. There will be at least one hike at Camel’s Hump, one Paint-and-Sip on campus, and opportunities to attend events at Thunder Road. Much more to come!

On Campus

Shaw Outdoor Center

Goodyear Pool

Plumley Fitness Center

Off Campus

Hubbard Park, Montpelier, Vermont

North Branch Nature Center, Monpelier

North Branch River Park, Montpelier

Mad River Valley: Towns of Moretown, Waitsfield, and Warren

Camel's Hump State Park, Huntington

Allis State Park, Randolph

Arts and Culture

The Sullivan Museum and History Center, an official Smithsonian affiliate, is located right on the Norwich campus. The area also includes these fine offerings for arts and culture:

Barre Opera House, Barre

Capitol Theater, Montpelier

Chandler Center for the Arts, Randolph

Lost Nation Theater, Montpelier

Savoy Theater, Montpelier

Unadilla Theatre, Marshfield

Nearby Cities

Burlington: approximately 45 minutes from campus

Montpelier (Vermont state capital): approximately 25 minutes from campus

Randolph: approximately 30 minutes from campus

Rutland: approximately 1 hour from campus

Waterbury: approximately 25 minutes from campus


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.


MORE SUMMER OPTIONS

  • 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.

Related Summer Pages

  • “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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