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  • Send Final Transcripts to NU +

    Before attending Norwich University, all incoming freshmen MUST have their high school submit a final transcript that includes month, day and year of graduation. This document is required to complete enrollment at Norwich.

    Your high school should submit an official high school transcript to Norwich University by mail to:
    Admissions Office
    Norwich University
    27 I.D. White Avenue
    Northfield, VT 05663-1036

    Print Transcript Letter (PDF - 74kb)
  • Complete Placement Exams +

    All entering freshmen at Norwich University are required to take the online math placement exam before attending a NU-101 session. Students who have studied a foreign language prior to Norwich who wish to continue study must also complete a foreign language placement exam.

    For students enrolling in the fall, it is requested all exams be completed by June 1 to allow advisers time to preregister students in courses at the appropriate skill level. Students unable to take the test online prior to June 1 or those who wish to demonstrate competency to waive requirements must take the appropriate proctored placement exam during NU-101.

    In order to take the exam, you will need to have activated your Norwich username and password.

    Math placement testing

    The mathematics placement exam is administered to determine students’ first mathematics course. All incoming students are required to take the mathematics placement test before arriving on campus. This procedure ensures that you will enroll in the most appropriate mathematics course for your level of preparation.

    Students should take the placement exam at the latest by June 1, so that your advisor and the Mathematics Department will know which courses you will be eligible for before you arrive on campus.

    Take the Math Placement Exam

    Modern Languages placement testing

    All newly admitted students who are interested in studying Chinese, French, German, or Spanish at Norwich must take the Modern Languages placement testing.

    The test results will determine an appropriate starting level for college language study, based on your proficiency in reading comprehension, vocabulary, grammar and listening. It is suggested students take the placement exam for the language the they intend to study at Norwich.

    Use the password 'cadets1' (lowercase and the numeral one) to log in to the exam site.

    Take the Modern Languages Placement Exam
  • Review Computer Services Information +

    IPAD NOTE: Do NOT purchase an iPad until you know if you will be issued one by the university. IPads issued by the university will be set up by the IT department, and will be available for you to pick up on arrival day. If you have questions, please contact your admissions counselor or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

    Computer Labs

    • Our labs are available to all students.
    • Students have access to Office365 including email, internet, printing, library systems, and discipline-specific applications.

    Provided to Students Upon Arrival

    • Wired (one active port per student) and Wireless access. Norwich recommends the use of wired network access while in the dorm.

    Personal Computer (PC) / Macintosh (Mac) Desktop/Laptop Minimum Requirements

    • Wireless access/Ethernet cable. Norwich recommends each student bring an Ethernet cable with them to campus for use in the dorms.
    • USB drives to store and transport data. We do provide access to Offic365, and OneDrive, but it is always a good idea to back-up.
    • Printer-USB or locally attached printers only-wireless personal printing is not available.
    • Contact major for specific software/hardware requirements.
    • Windows 7 or higher – (PC).
    • Mac OS 10.08 (Mountain Lion) or higher – (Mac).
    • 2.0 GHz processor or equivalent.
    • Minimum 8GB of RAM (RAM is a good investment and can significantly improve response time and computer output.) Norwich recommends 16GB of RAM.
    • 120 GB hard drive (Norwich recommends regularly backing up important data to an external source, such as OneDrive).

    Accessing sso.norwich.edu

    • Online portal for students and faculty. This is the central hub for all information once you are on campus.
    • Library catalog search.
    • Password/usernames sent to students upon acceptance. Please bring account sheets to Norwich.

    Computer support

    • Helpdesk – Agents are available by phone every weekday from 7am to 5pm. The Help Desk door is open from 8:00AM until 4:30PM.
    • NUCERT – Student Computer Repair Center (Free Service):
      • Hardware/software support (limited hardware services available-varies based on the situation).
      • Open weekdays from 2:00PM until 5:00PM, staffed by students.

    Contact Helpdesk

    • Phone: (802) 485-2456 or toll free at 866-248-3853
    • Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..
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