Founded in 1819 as the nation’s first private military college, Norwich University helped pave the way for an innovative model of higher education that has since been adopted by hundreds of colleges and universities.
Through relevant academic programs, engaged faculty, and a personalized educational experience, Norwich University's College of Graduate and Continuing Studies has created a dynamic learning environment that empowers adult learners to effect positive change in their lives, the organizations in which they work and the communities where they live.
Norwich advances research on national and global challenges and facilitates open intellectual exchange and knowledge sharing through its affiliated centers, institutes, and events.
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Student Support Advisor - Consider your student support advisor your front line support, coach, and a go-to person at Norwich. Have a logistical question about your program? Need help getting course books and materials? Want to plan ahead for residency week? Just ask your student support advisor.
The library is linked from the Virtual Campus, as well as in your courses. When you select a link within the library requiring you to sign in (subscription based databases), use your same credentials as for the Virtual Campus, your courses and your University email.
All Norwich master’s degree programs culminate in a weeklong capstone residency in June at our beautiful campus in the Green Mountains of Vermont, and bachelor’s students are welcome but not required to attend. During this transformative week, you will be actively engaged in unique sessions, come face to face with classmates, faculty and Norwich staff and launch the next chapter of your promising future.