Norwich University is a renowned institution founded by Captain Alden Partridge in 1819. It was the nation's first military institute and has ever since been taking the lead in higher education. With almost two centuries gone by, Norwich University has now become an excellent education provider offering undergraduate/graduate degree programs to over 3000 students. The university believes in traditional values and serving the community for a better future.
Norwich University offers a range of degree programs to students coming in from all over the states, and from over 20 foreign countries. Students are faced with 30 different majors to choose from, allowing them to follow a career path of their interest. Norwich University has seven schools each specializing in a certain area. The curriculums are designed specifically to provide students with complete knowledge of their chosen area. Students undergo theoretical work, practical work, and team work, which equips them with the skills to be successful professionals.
Following are the schools of Norwich University:
· Architecture and art school
· Business and management school
· Engineering school
· Humanities school
· Mathematics and sciences school
· Social sciences school
· National services school
The faculty at Norwich University comprises of 112 full time lecturers with doctorate degrees in their area of specialization. The objective of Norwich University's teaching staff is to provide students with attention in class, and maintain a healthy learning environment that will promote academic growth. The 14:1 student teacher ratio at Norwich University ensures that every student receives personalized attention in class.
Admissions and Financial Aid
Students can apply for admission online, or by visiting the campus through a standard admission procedure which requires the submission of various documents. Norwich University offers financial assistance to students who cannot afford higher studies. Achieving private education is considered as almost impossible for the mass; Norwich University has designed various aid programs that cater to needy students. The university offers federal loans, employment programs, and ROTC scholarships and other scholarships worth a total of $50 million.