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  • Cost of attendance (tuition, fees & deposit)
    2016 2017 new students will be charged during the first year as part of the Fall Semester bill and 630 will be charged during the second year as part of the Spring Semester bill Admissions Deposit 250 Estimated Indirect Costs Books 1 500 Transportation 1 200 Miscellaneous 1 500 Please see the Bursar s Office site for additional details about non standard cost information that will apply to individual students based on their unique enrollment and program of study such as lab fees and additional credit hour charges Residential programs New undergraduate students New international students Transfer students Admitted students Online programs Online Undergraduate Online Graduate Meet us face to face Campus visit Off campus visit Getting in Requirements Student data Net Price Calculator Cost of attendance Paying for college High school leadership Leadership camps weekends About Us Meet your counselor Admissions Home Contact Us Admissions Office Norwich University 27 I D White Ave Northfield VT 05663 Phone 800 468 6679 802 485 2001 Fax 802 485 2032 nuadm norwich edu Parents Family Current Students Faculty Staff Alumni Friends Search About Norwich About Norwich University Corps of Cadets Civilian Students Legacy of Norwich Norwich University Campus Norwich News Calendar Policies Rules Regulations Student Consumer Information University Governance Offices services Employment Opportunities Visit About Norwich Apply Now Admissions Admissions Residential Programs New Undergraduate Students International Students Transfer Students Admitted Students Online Programs Undergraduate Degree Completion Students Graduate Programs Certificates Visit Us NU on the Road Leadership Camps and Weekends Student Blogs Requirements Who Comes to Norwich Paying for College Student Consumer Information Visit Admissions Request More Info Apply Now Academics Academics Colleges Undergraduate Programs Graduate Programs online Summer Programs Honors Program Opportunities Academic Achievement Center Academic Research Sullivan Museum History Center Todd Lecture Series Academic Affairs International Center Veterans Affairs Service

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  • Meet Your Counselor
    Kansas Oklahoma North Dakota South Carolina Texas New Mexico Utah Education Saint Michael s College 2014 Bachelor of Arts in Media Studies Digital Arts Double Minor in Peace Justice and English Odds and Ends Hometown Waterbury Center Vermont Favorite Book Wuthering Heights by Emily Bronte The Glass Castle by Jeannette Walls Favorite TV Shows Grey s Anatomy One Upon a Time Favorite Movies Grease The Proposal Fracture Favorite Band Musician Ed Sheeran Sam Hunt Eminem The Neighbourhood Favorite Quotes This too shall pass You ve gotta dance like there s nobody watching love like you ll never be hurt sing like there s nobody listening and live like it s heaven on earth William W Purkey Something about you that surprises people I was the features editor of my college newspaper Celeste Karpf Associate Director of Admissions 802 485 2016 Text 802 589 4265 ckarpf norwich edu Contact for special events including open houses and regional events Education Plymouth State University Bachelor of Arts in English Norwich University Masters in Business Administration concentration in Project Management Odds and Ends Hometown East Setauket New York Favorite Book The Book of Flying Favorite Band Musician First Aid Kit Something about you that surprises people I play the harp and that I ve written a novel Shaun McCaughey Assistant Director of Admissions 802 485 2005 Text 802 282 4235 smccaugh norwich edu Territory Delaware New Jersey Maryland Washington D C West Virginia Missouri Kentucky Arkansas Louisiana Mississippi Education Norwich University 2015 Bachelors of Science in Management Concentration Leadership Odds and Ends Hometown North Attleboro Massachusetts Norwich Testimonial Norwich has made me the man I am today I can honestly say that my 4 years here at Norwich were some of the most influential and formative years of my life During my time as a student here at Norwich I was able to sculpt my style of leadership and truly find my identity Within the Corps of Cadets and as an officer within the Maroon and Gold Key Club I held several positions from sophomore to senior year that were centered around Recruiting and Retention and gave me the opportunity to share my experiences with prospective students and their families and hopefully inspire them to pursue the same experiences and style of education that I received as an undergraduate at Norwich That passion remains today as I continue to sell the dream of Norwich to thousands of prospective Norwich students and their families Favorite hobbies interests Skiing Sailing Boston Bruins Hockey New England Patriots Football and Military Simulation Airsoft Favorite Book Band of Brothers by Stephen E Ambrose Redeployment by Phil Klay Favorite TV Shows The Late Show with Stephen Colbert Favorite Movies The Longest Day A Bridge Too Far Top Gun Harry Potter Star Wars and Chitty Chitty Bang Bang Favorite Bands Musicians CCR Foreigner Billy Joel Michael Buble Frank Sinatra Favorite Quotes Man is nothing but that which he makes of himself Jean Paul Sartre Something about you that surprises people I

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  • The NU Experience
    and then spend a day with us learning more about Norwich For The NU Experience you will not only spend the night but sit in on a class the following morning as well as tour the campus have an in depth information session with admissions and meet with some of our cadet and civilian staff who will help you understand all the opportunities that await at Norwich Click to view a typical NU Experience Schedule Have more questions Contact The NU Experience coordinator Tammy Fontaine at visitnu norwich edu or 802 485 2053 Select your preferred date below to register January 27 28 2016 The NU Experience applicants accepted students only February 17 18 2016 The NU Experience applicants accepted students only April 20 21 2016 The NU Experience accepted students only November 2016 The NU Experience applicants accepted students only Check back soon for exact date Sign up for an overnight visit Overnight packing list Plan your visit For travel information including driving directions lodging and transportation please take a look at our Visit Norwich University site Residential programs New undergraduate students New international students Transfer students Admitted students Online programs Online Undergraduate Online Graduate Meet us face to face Campus visit Off campus visit Getting in Requirements Student data Net Price Calculator Cost of attendance Paying for college High school leadership Leadership camps weekends About Us Meet your counselor Admissions Home Contact Us Admissions Office Norwich University 27 I D White Ave Northfield VT 05663 Phone 800 468 6679 802 485 2001 Fax 802 485 2032 nuadm norwich edu Parents Family Current Students Faculty Staff Alumni Friends Search About Norwich About Norwich University Corps of Cadets Civilian Students Legacy of Norwich Norwich University Campus Norwich News Calendar Policies Rules Regulations Student Consumer Information University Governance Offices services Employment

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  • Administrative/Manager/Professional: Jobs: Norwich University
    faculty and staff to create inspiring engaging and successful programs both on campus and across the country The Assistant Director collaborates with the Alumni Relations and Development staff and serves as the liaison to a number of volunteer boards and committees He she also works closely with the Office of Communications facilities food service and other internal departments This position resides in the Office of Alumni Relations and reports to the Associate Vice President for Alumni Relations Bicentennial Celebrations Responsibilities Planning promotion and logistical coordination of the bicentennial aspects of on and off campus events Partnering with the Assistant Director of Clubs Regional Events to develop and incorporate the bicentennial themes into NU Club programs and events across the country Partnering with the Director and Assistant Director of Alumni Family Events to develop and incorporate bicentennial activities into Homecoming Founder s Day and other on campus events Supporting the Associate Director of Donor Relations on recognition events Organizing bicentennial orientation events for faculty staff and volunteers including bi annual Volunteer Summits in 2016 and 2018 Collaborating with Student Life Athletics Academics Sullivan Museum History Center Kreitzberg Library and other departments on creative ways to incorporate bicentennial themes into programs and activities Keeping apprised of ongoing emerging or potential initiatives on and off campus that may be relevant to the bicentennial event planning Serving as liaison to the bicentennial campaign celebration committees Supporting additional Development and Alumni Family events as needed Qualifications The Assistant Director of Bicentennial Events must be a dedicated motivated team member eager to create exciting and engaging events for Norwich constituents He she will have a demonstrated history of juggling multiple demands meeting deadlines and making decisions The successful candidate must demonstrate creative problem solving skills without sacrificing professionalism He she must have excellent written oral and

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  • Administrative/Manager/Professional: Jobs: Norwich University
    of Enrollment Management to enhance the brand and reputation of Norwich University and the College advancement of the College s student success and retention goals remaining current in and training toward best practice methodologies and strategies for enrolling re enrolling and retaining online adult students facilitating and managing change developing and training toward a data driven decision making model for strategic and operational retention efforts Responsibilities 1 Develop and execute the strategic student success and retention plans for degree completion with Director of Enrollment Management 2 Build and refine one stop shop degree completion services spanning financial planning registration advising and career counseling Daily management of CGCS online advising including response to academic questions financial aid military tuition assistance registration re enrollment and book orders 3 Develop train mentor coach and build a successful team ensuring that degree completion SSM staff is knowledgeable regarding CGCS respective academic programs history values and degree plans lead and manage the team in the execution of re enrollment and advising strategies of continuing students including registration financial aid academic advising and career counseling 4 Meet degree completion online enrollment re enrollment and retention goals while communicating the mission and values of Norwich University 5 Create and maintain enrollment reports and conduct analysis of relevant data for all degree completion programs Monitor analyze and report on retention data student satisfaction data campus based student services and student success profiles programs develop and implement strategies for improved student retention persistence success with emphasis on high attrition groups for degree completion programs 6 Develop implement and continuously assess military student success programs to increase degree completion retention 7 Work closely with an operations team with primary focus on supporting the strategic student success and retention plan in the degree completion programs 8 Promote and maintain a culture

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  • Administrative/Manager/Professional: Jobs: Norwich University
    Application Assistant Vice President for International Education UPDATED Description Norwich University located in central Vermont seeks applications and nominations for the position of Assistant Vice President for International Education AVPIE to start in June 2016 The AVPIE provides vision and leadership for the University s internationalization efforts and serves as its Designated School Official in the government s Student Exchange Visitor Information System Responsibilities The AVPIE ensures institutional compliance with federal SEVIS program requirements and maintains immigration records in accordance with federal regulations and timelines He she reports to the Senior Vice President for Academic Affairs establishes and grows international presence for Norwich programs abroad manages the International Center s budget supervises the center s staff advises and assists international students with all aspects of campus life and is responsible for the preparation and conduct of all DHS audits He she also coordinates exchange programs and assists students and scholars with these exchanges while serving as an administrator of Norwich s Crisis Management Emergencies Abroad Program In addition this this person will be charged with running the International Center growing the number of off site international opportunities growing exchange and May semester programs and increasing the capacity of international education on campus Requirements We are seeking an individual with excellent written and verbal communication skills a collaborative work style interpersonal skills and computer skills including word processing spreadsheet and database applications He she must also have the ability to interact with study abroad students and international students with energy and enthusiasm to work collaboratively with faculty staff and students manage time effectively and pay attention to detail and maintain accurate records In addition he she must be able to maintain confidentiality travel and work with external partners must be authorized to work for any employer in the U S Qualifications

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  • Administrative/Manager/Professional: Jobs: Norwich University
    and the birthplace of the Reserve Officers Training Corps ROTC Administrative Manager Professional Along with specific items listed under each job posting s To apply heading you will need to complete and submit a Norwich University Employment Application Freshman Transition Coach Advisor Internal Candidates only Description Assist new students who have been designated as undeclared in their first year in making the transition to the demands of college life with a particular focus to their academic social and environmental integration to Norwich Participate in admissions placement and orientation Collaborate with faculty academic advisor learning support athletics student activities and other student services staff Create implement and evaluate programs for designated new student cohort groups including mentoring and coaching academic and social interaction and engagement in the Norwich Community within their first year experience as a Norwich student Essential Functions Advising and coaching of new freshman Assists new students through the academic and social aspects of transitioning to college in the first year Creates academic plans for students in assigned cohorts and meets with them weekly to assess their progress Refers students in need of assistance to various departments on campus Works collaboratively with faculty and staff on campus Creates an effective evaluation and assessment plan for assigned cohort of students Involved in all aspects of assessing and evaluating at risk new students Requirements Bachelor s degree Master s preferred in counseling student personnel services or a related field Experience in higher education and student development including mentoring and developing support programs strongly preferred Experience in assessment evaluation of student capabilities is essential Creativity initiative resourcefulness and the ability work as part of a diverse team required Familiarity with military life style is an essential element The ability to communicate with students and families including students at risk or students with

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  • Administrative/Manager/Professional: Jobs: Norwich University
    200 year history We are seeking a strategic professional with a can do attitude to pro actively maintain and troubleshoot ever changing website anomalies and juggle multiple web disciplines Using Content Management Systems CMS primarily Wordpress and Joomla and front end standards such as HTML5 CSS3 Javascript the Web Developer will create support maintain and edit a diverse set of websites and help drive current migration to new responsive web architecture Norwich University s web assets serve a growing global audience both internal and external Essential Functions Collaborate with communication and web team to maintain and improve norwich edu website properties CMS installation and maintenance of new and existing sites including backups patches updates and migrations CMS web content input and editing Including creating custom pages for special events and newsletters Develop customize and maintain CMS templates skins Read edit troubleshoot and implement HTML CSS Javascript PHP SQL database maintenance backups import export and migration Understanding of Responsive design and cross browser platform compatibility Monitor maintain and document integration of third party applications extensions and plugins Monitor and pro actively maintain web security and quality across all web assets Monitor read and run regular Google Analytic reports to measure goals engagement and relevance Analyze user behavior and how that may inform success and areas for improved UI UX and call to action Follow and implement SEO and ADA WCAG throughout all web assets Follow and implement NU web guidelines for consistent branding color and content layout Document create lesson plans and web guidelines to instruct and support academic and administrative departments throughout the university on platform use and entering content Self driven to continually learn and keep abreast of best practices and emerging technologies Requirements Bachelor s degree preferred Minimum 5 years expert Web Developer level in CMS environments such

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