Tuition, Costs, & Affordability
Affordable. Accessible. Achievable.
Paying for education after High School is a lifelong investment in achieving life's goals. Getting there may require the assistance of resources, including the Federal and State Governments, private financial institutions, family contributions, and individual savings.
Norwich understands that a college education is a significant investment—one we make together with the families of Norwich students. That’s why we are committed to making our institution affordable and accessible to all accepted students.
At Norwich, 95% of our students shared in almost $130 million of financial aid from all sources. These sources include Norwich University funded aid, aid from the federal government, state agencies and government contracts.
In Fall 2022, the average Net price for residential First-year students after receiving Norwich aid (not to include tuition benefits) was $25,727.
For a complete breakdown of fees and charges for students enrolled in programs on the Northfield campus:
For students enrolled in programs online with the College of Graduate and Continuing Studies:
Types of Financial Aid
A source of financial aid that does not have to be repaid and is based on demonstrated need in your FAFSA. These could be Federal, State, College or Community Foundation awards.How to Apply for Financial Aid
A source of financial aid that does not have to be repaid. Scholarships may be awarded based on any number of criteria, such as academics, achievements, club participation, hobbies, talents, and affiliations with various groups, or career aspirations. These could be Federal, State College or Community Foundation awards.Scholarships & Awards & Military Benefits
A need-based student employment program, in which eligible students work part-time and earn payroll wages to help fund their education related expenses. These are Federal awards.Work Study
Loans are included as an optional funding source for students and their parent(s), who promise to repay a specified amount, including applicable interest. These could be Federal loans and/or Private loans each with different interest rates and repayment options/requirements.Student Loans