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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.


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.

Consider Summer@Norwich for a program that advances your academic goals. We expect to begin announcing summer session course offerings in January 2020. In the meantime, we invite you to explore our preliminary course listings.

STUDENTS: Before enrolling in summer classes, consult with your adviser, at Norwich or at your primary institution, to be sure the courses you wish to take count toward your program of study.

Tuition, Fees, and Financial Aid

Tuition/Fees: $19,617
(12 to 19 credits)

Room and Board: $7,176
(15-week residency)

Financial Aid
Students participating in the Residential Summer Semester are eligible for full financial aid and scholarship packages, just like a fall or spring semester. If you are registered for summer session and have a 2019-20 FAFSA on file, you will automatically be reviewed for federal aid eligibility. You will be sent an email notification of your eligibility and if there has been a revision to your award package. For those enrolling in the Residential Summer Semester, merit scholarships, need-based grants, and endowed scholarships are available.

If you plan on using financial aid, it must be secured two weeks prior to the start of classes.

If you plan on using veterans benefits, you must be certified through the Norwich University certifying official. Visit our Veterans Affairs page for more information on using this benefit for paying for your summer courses.

Norwich students can pay their bills via NUPay, while non-Norwich students must contact the bursar’s office for assistance. The bursar’s office is available Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. EST at 1 (802) 485-2055, in person at Jackman Hall room 204, or via email at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

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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