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  • Future Leader Camp
    should hold a minimum 2 5 GPA While not required involvement in leadership driven organizations such as Junior ROTC Civil Air Patrol Sea Cadets student government athletics scouting and school church community or volunteer organizations is a big plus Participants will encounter challenge excitement and fun Activities include rappelling paintball first aid classroom instruction sports and a challenge course Teams are led by current Norwich University students and professional leaders to ensure expert instruction and a life changing experience Mission Statement To enable dedicated youths to become decisive caring and disciplined leaders in a challenging environment and to instill confidence and courage through hands on adventure survival and physical training while fostering in each the moral integrity and flawless character required of responsible citizens and future leaders Meet the Staff 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

    Original URL path: http://www.norwich.edu/undergraduate-admissions/leadership-camps-weekends/flc (2016-02-15)
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  • Norwich Scholarships
    000 to 14 000 per year and are renewable for four years as long as the student maintains a 2 25 cumulative GPA Norwich also offers scholarships for students who meet certain criteria General Sullivan Scholarship This scholarship is for 5 000 per year and is renewable for four years It is awarded to graduates of the Norwich University Drill Camp or to students who have participated in a National Drill Team Competition The student must have completed the camp prior to his or her admission decision date and apply to enroll in the Corps of Cadets The student must maintain a 2 25 cumulative GPA Civil Air Patrol Scholarship The National CAP Scholarship is valued at 20 000 payable at 5 000 per year and will be awarded to cadets who have served for one or more years in a position of leadership as a member of the Civil Air Patrol This scholarship is available to all qualified Civil Air Patrol cadets To apply for the National CAP Scholarship cadets must submit a Letter of Recommendation from their Wing and or Unit Commander with their application for admissions and be accepted as a member of the Norwich University Corps of Cadets To renew the scholarship each year Cadets are required to maintain a cumulative GPA of 2 5 or above Scholarship eligibility is subject to modification due to verification change in EFC availability of federal state and institutional funds satisfactory academic progress enrollment status change in lifestyle or major receipt of faculty staff scholarship and receipt of aid from outside sources 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

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  • Loans
    to students to help pay the costs of attending post secondary school Federal Parent Loan for Undergraduate Students PLUS This is a federal loan program that allows parents of dependent undergraduate students to take out a loan to cover the different between the student aid package and the actual costs of the university Alternative Loans Alternative or private loans are commercial loans offered by banks and other private lenders Required Perkins Loan Program Transition Disclosure Visit the Lender Code of Conduct page to read more about the exemplary standards of professional conduct for an institutional financial aid professional 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

    Original URL path: http://www.norwich.edu/undergraduate-admissions/financial/loans/ (2016-02-15)
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  • Financial planning timeline
    250 deposit is required in order to secure a space in the fall class and start the registration process The deposit is due no later than April 1st for returning students and May 1st for new students Contact Student Financial Planning with questions or to discuss alternative financing options not mentioned in the award letter such as private education loans Additional information is available from the Bursar s Office regarding the following How to sign up for the Tuition Payment Plan Setting up authorized users payers NU Pay Medical Insurance Waiver Remittance Form June Secure alternative financing if applicable Make sure all required forms have been submitted to the Financial Aid Office Complete online if applicable Federal Loan exit counseling Master Promissory Note July Due date for the fall payment is in mid July Respond to the student ebill to avoid late fees by returning the Remittance Form with payment August All financial aid funds are applied to the student account in accordance with state and federal regulations Look for monthly statement in NU Pay primarily for confirmation of payments and or charges including financial aid disbursements Note Pending and estimated aid cannot and will not disburse prior to the start of the semester Due date for the spring payment is in early December In November watch for student bill with spring semester charges in NU Pay 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

    Original URL path: http://www.norwich.edu/undergraduate-admissions/financial/financial-planning-timeline/ (2016-02-15)
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  • Federal policies & procedures
    150 attempted they would no longer be eligible for aid because they have 44 required credits remaining 124 minus 80 but only 36 remaining credits of financial aid eligibility EN005 MA005 course withdrawals remedial courses and incomplete courses are counted in the hours attempted and are counted towards the quantitative measure of Satisfactory Academic Progress policy Because ROTC courses that are not required for academic degree completion are not qualified for Federal Student Aid Program funding they are not included in the total number of attempted or completed credits for financial aid SAP reviews These same ROTC classes are eligible for funding from Norwich University grants and scholarships Course withdrawals and incompletes are not counted in the student s grade point average and are not counted in the qualitative measure of the Satisfactory Academic Progress policy Transfer credits earned prior to the student s enrollment at Norwich will be used for quantitative purposes to determine the minimum required grade point average based upon hours earned Transfer hours earned while a student is enrolled at Norwich will be counted in quantitative determination of satisfactory academic progress An Attempted Credit is any credit on the transcript for a term of enrollment that is not dropped within the established drop timeframe for the term of enrollment even if the student withdraws before receiving a formal grade in the class A Completed Credit indicates that the student attended the full term and received a grade other than Incomplete A Completed Credit can be either a pass or a fail grade back to top When Students Fall Below Standards Students not meeting the qualitative or quantitative measurements receive information describing how their academic status impacts their eligibility for funding Here are key terms related to our academic progress policy and procedures Good Standing To be considered in Good Standing for financial aid Satisfactory Academic Progress SAP students must Complete 67 or more of all attempted academic credits throughout enrollment Demonstrate a sufficient Pace of Progress toward their degree meaning they are on track to receive their degree prior to attempting 150 of the total number of credits needed for the degree Example Students in an 80 credit program must complete the program with required GPA within a maximum of 120 attempted credits Meet their program specific cumulative GPA expectation Warning After the first semester below standard on either qualitative or quantitative measurements the student receives a Warning Letter The purpose of this letter is to remind the student of Satisfactory Academic Progress requirements and to provide information about the campus based resources available to help them succeed in the classroom The student is not required to submit any documentation at this stage Funds for the next term are disbursed at the standard times Suspension After the second consecutive semester below standard on either qualitative or quantitative measurements does not have to be same reason for both occurrences the student is notified that their financial aid eligibility is suspended Suspensions are effective immediately For example if a student is suspended based on the review at the end of Fall Semester their financial aid for the next term of enrollment typically Spring will not be disbursed The Suspension Letter provides information to remind the student of the academic progress expectations It also includes information related to the process for filing a Petition for Reinstatement if unusual circumstances have impacted the student s ability to succeed in class Students in suspended financial aid status are considered to be self pay students for any period of enrollment they attend prior to receiving approval of their Petition for Reinstatement back to top Petition for Reinstatement Students placed into Financial Aid Suspension are encouraged to file a Petition for Reinstatement as soon as possible after being notified of their status The Petition form directs the student to provide a signed statement indicating the reasons why they feel they are not meeting Good Standing expectations and what they have done to eliminate the barriers to success The student must meet with their Academic Advisor or the Academic Achievement Center to discuss their academic support needs an advisor signature is required on the form The student must also obtain and provide a copy of an updated academic plan which describes the remaining required courses and other academic requirements for their degree If the student Petition is approved the approval is effective immediately This means that the student will be eligible for funding for the term during which the Petition is approved or for their next term of enrollment if they do not attend the term during which they file their Petition Not all Petitions are approved and our policy is to approve no more than two Petitions for any student throughout their enrollment Students may not receive approvals for multiple Petitions which are based on the same rationale Probationary Period Students with approved Petitions receive financial aid on a probationary basis and are provided individual outcome requirements that must be met each term in order to remain eligible for aid until returning fully to Good Standing Students who do not meet the Probationary Period expectations are re suspended and may submit an additional Petition for Reinstatement An example of an individual probationary expectation is that a student may be expected to complete all of their attempted credits and receive at least a 2 0 undergraduate or 3 0 graduate GPA for each semester they are enrolled until the student returns to Good Standing levels Regaining Eligibility In addition to Petition for Reinstatement reviews students may request reinstatement of eligibility when they return fully to Good Standing based on attendance as a self pay student at Norwich University Students demonstrating ability to meet Good Standing expectations through completion of courses taken at another school which are transferable to their Norwich University degree may also request a reinstatement review even if the student has had two prior Petition approvals as allowed by the SAP policy These students are encouraged to discuss their remaining eligibility with

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  • Financial planning forms and consumer information
    Student Release of Information PDF Self Certification Private Education Loan Applicant Self Certification PDF International Students Admissions Checklist International Student Financial Aid Application PDF 2014 2015 forms View your Financial Aid Award Information NetPartner Online Financial Aid Information Tool Calculating your Out of Pocket Expenses Estimate your remaining costs after subtracting financial aid PDF Financing your Norwich Education Instructions to complete your Direct Loan Master Promissory Note and Online Loan Entrance Counseling PDF Verification Worksheet Verification Worksheet for Dependent Students PDF Verification Worksheet for Independent Students PDF Information Release Student Release of Information PDF Self Certification Private Education Loan Applicant Self Certification PDF International Students Admissions Checklist International Student Financial Aid Application PDF Consumer Information Disclosures The following information is available on the Student Consumer Information page General institutional information Financial Assistance Health and Safety Intercollegiate Athletics Student Outcomes Tuition and Fees Intellectual Property Policy ROTC Tips 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

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  • Financial planning FAQ
    MPN The MPN is completed online at www studentloans gov You will need your FAFSA pin number to sign in back to top When do I start repaying my loans Direct Student Subsidized and Unsubsidized Loans Once you are no longer enrolled at least half time you will begin a six month grace period when you are not required to make loan payments You must begin repayment at the end of the grace period Perkins Loan You have nine months after you graduate leave school or drop below half time status before you must begin repayment PLUS Loan The repayment period for a Direct PLUS loan begins when the loan is fully disbursed and the first payment is due 60 days after the final disbursement However for PLUS loans with a first disbursement date on or after July 1 2008 the parent may defer repayment while the student on whose behalf the parent borrowed the loan is enrolled on at least a half time basis and for an additional six months after the student ceases to be enrolled at least half time back to top My parents have questions about my financial aid package Can you help them by phone The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act FERPA protects the privacy of student records by requiring written consent before disclosing personally identifiable information to a third party If you have not yet completed a Consent to Release information form you should submit one to the Office of Student Financial planning so that we can discuss your financial aid package with those who you have given us permission to speak with back to top How does an ROTC Scholarship affect my financial aid package Students who become eligible for ROTC funding do not retain their basic merit awards on top of the ROTC funding levels In addition to the tuition support provided by their ROTC service branch the Norwich ROTC program includes funding of room and board charges through our ID White Scholarship Students who do not receive full tuition coverage through ROTC are considered for additional funding Eligibility for additional fundingis determined on an individual basis and is based on remaining need after ROTC funds and annual FAFSA filing outcomes are considered All ROTC students are able to retain their Federal Pell Grant eligibility in addition to their ROTC award program funding I have a merit based scholarship that requires maintaining a certain GPA When does Student Financial Planning review my GPA to determine eligibility Eligibility for the merit based scholarships is based on your cumulative GPA and is reviewed annually However if your GPA is below the requirement at the time that you are awarded your financial aid package you may be considered ineligible for your scholarship for the next academic year If you achieve the required cumulative GPA at the end of the semester you should notify the Office of Student Financial Planning back to top How are NU merit based scholarships applied toward my charges NU Merit

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  • Registrar’s Office Staff & Duties
    Assistant Registrar Amy Holt aholt norwich edu 802 485 2038 Veteran s Certifying Official for On Campus students Transfer Credits for On Campus students Prior Learning Articulation Agreements Dual Enrollment Early College Programs Assistant Registrar Judy Sassi jsassi norwich edu 802 485 2255 Customer Service Support for CGCS students Transfer Credits for CGCS students Veteran s Certifying Official for CGCS students Academic Assistant Erin Salvas esalvas norwich edu 802 485 2036 Transcripts Total Withdraws Non Attendance Academic Assistant Sandra Rotter srotter norwich edu 802 485 3398 Customer Service Support for On Campus students Enrollment Degree Verification Academic Assistant Devin Holland dholland norwich edu 802 485 2519 Customer Service Support for On Campus students Re Admission Applications Academic Petitions Grade Changes Registrar s Office Academic calendar Articulation agreements Catalog Catalog archive CGCS On campus course equivalencies Course evaluations Dual Enrollment Early College Program Enrollment degree verification FAQ FERPA Final Exam schedule Forms instructions for students Forms instructions for faculty Grades Graduation New student portal Other agreements Policies Prior learning Transcript requests Transfer credit approval VA benefits Contact directory Registrar s Office home 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

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