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Norwich has several categories of awards:
- Service and Leadership
Although-students are eligible to win awards in several categories, they are only eligible to win one prize in any one category. A student who receives more than one award from a single category will be given the one for which they are best qualified (for instance, they cannot receive both a Junior ROTC Leadership Award and a Civil Air Patrol Award).
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If a kid qualifies for both, they will receive CAP because it is worth more. Based on determined financial need, Norwich awards financial help to cover a portion of the cost of chargeable expenses. All of the rewards included in these categories lower the overall cost of your Norwich education. Awards from Norwich cannot be transferred to another institution.
Each year, these honors are evaluated.
Academic awards are first calculated based on the recipient’s prior academic performance and might fluctuate in value depending on the granting policy for which the student is eligible.
Academic scholarships are specified at the time of acceptance and are based on the total expenditures of on-campus living for the specified year. Price adjustments based on increased tuition, housing and board costs, or changes in the mode of instruction (from on-campus to online) may alter the value of prizes or disqualify recipients.
Deadline: Fall applicants will be given preference.
During the admissions process, the cumulative grade point average is used to determine eligibility for certain rewards. The prizes for students who are applying straight out of high school will be determined by their GPA (GPA).
Awards for first-year college students who transfer for the spring semester will also be computed using their high school grade point average. Scholarships awarded to college students who transfer after their first year’s spring semester will be determined by their cumulative grade point average.
The highest value of the academic prize shown below is normally available to students who do not obtain any other scholarships. Depending on the combination of honors for which a student is qualified, all institutional awards are subject to change.
Award Levels for Fall 2023 and Later
Up to $30,000 per year for four years. 3.60 or greater*
Up to $28,000 per year for four years. 3.40-3.599*
Up to $27,000 per year for four years.3.0-3.399*
Up to $25,000 per year for four years. 2.550-2.999*
Academic Recognition Award – Up to $23,000 per year for four years
Awarded for academic potential by recommendation of the Admissions Office. Academic prizes for first-year students are determined by a weighted high school GPA that has been recalculated and takes both core and elective courses into account. Academic scholarships for transfer students are determined by college GPA. If other scholarships and awards are earned, not all students will get the full value of the academic award.
Awards for Service or Leadership Legacy Award (up to $20,000)
Any child, grandchild, spouse, parent, niece, nephew, or cousin of a Norwich graduate is eligible to receive the Legacy Award, which is worth $5,000 per year for a total of $20,000 over four years of study, starting with the Fall 2023 term. To be eligible, applicants must choose their Legacy status on their application by November 1.
Award for Friends and Neighbors (up to $16,000)
Students who participated in Norwich University’s Early College Program or who will graduate from a high school in the area that is less than 30 miles from campus will be qualified for the Friends & Neighbors Award as of the Fall 2023 term. Over the course of four years of study, Norwich Friends & Neighbors will receive $4,000 annually for a total of $16,000. To be eligible, applicants must submit their admissions application before November 1.
Service Award for High School (up to $20,000)
For the Norwich High School Service Award, worth $5,000 per year for a total of $20,000 over four years of study, any high school may submit up to three students who have proven an extraordinary record of service to their school or community.
Scholarship from the Civil Air Patrol, up to $20,000
All qualified Civil Air Patrol cadets who have held a leadership position for one or more years as a part of the Civil Air Patrol are eligible for this award. Cadets must choose to join the Norwich University Corps of Cadets and include a letter of recommendation from their wing and/or unit commander with their application for admission to Norwich in order to be considered for the National CAP Award. The National Civil Air Patrol (CAP) Award has a total value of $20,000 over the course of four years of study, or $5,000 per year.
Leadership Award for JROTC (up to $16,000)
Each Junior ROTC unit may submit up to three nominations for the JROTC Leadership Award from students who have excelled in JROTC and have the potential to be leaders. This award comes in three levels, each worth $4,000 per year, for a total value of $16,000 over the course of four years of study; $3,000 per year, for a total value of $12,000 over the course of four years of study; and $2,000 per year, for a total value of $8,000 over the course of four years of study.
Future Leader Camp ($8,000 maximum)
Students may be eligible for a $2,000 Future Leader Camp award worth $2,000 per year for a total of $8,000 over four years of study if they attend a Norwich University Future Leaders Camp (FLC) as sophomores or juniors in high school.
Preparatory Scholarship for Naval ROTC (up to full tuition and fees)
Up to five prospective midshipmen may receive the NROTC Preparatory Scholarship. Students that are interested in this scholarship must apply. The first year’s tuition and fees are covered by Norwich through a combination of Norwich gift aid during this five-year program. If these students meet program standards in the first year, the U.S. Navy will reserve a four-year Navy ROTC National Scholarship for them.
Competition for architectural design (up to $8,000)
Before the stroke of midnight on November 6, 2022, high school students can enter the Norwich Architecture and Design Competition and be eligible for a prize. Members of the Norwich Architecture Department will evaluate the submissions. Over four years of study, the first prize winner will receive a grant of $8,000, or $2,000 per year. The second-place winner will be qualified for a grant worth $1,000 per year, or $4,000 over four years of education. All other students will be qualified for a grant worth $500 per year, or $2,000 over four years of study, if they submit a comprehensive entry by the deadline. For group entries, the entire award money is available to the team members.
Award for visits Award for visits (up to $4,000)
A $1,000 Visit Award is given to students who make an official admissions visit to the Northfield, Vermont campus during or after the spring semester of their junior year of high school. For a total of $4,000 over the course of four years of study, this $1,000 scholarship is available each year.
Award for Virtual Visit (up to $2,000)
Students who participate in a live virtual admissions visit or a minimum of one hour of virtual open house sessions during or after the spring semester of their junior high school year are eligible for this award. This scholarship is worth $500 every year, or $2,000 over the course of four years of study.
Activity-based Recognition Take the Lead ($8,000 maximum)
Students are eligible for Take the Lead, worth $2,000 per year for a total of $8,000 over four years of study, if they submit a completed application for admission beginning in the Fall and apply for financial aid by the priority deadline (typically Dec. 15 of the application year) using either https://studentaid.gov/ or CSS Profile. Students requesting a start date in the Spring term are not qualified for this award.
Webinar Awards ($4,000 maximum)
A Webinar Award may be given to students who participate in a live Admissions informative webinar that may be found here during or after the spring semester of their junior year of high school. This prize is worth up to $1,000 (for four webinars) per year, or a total of $4,000 during four years of study, valued at $250 per webinar attended.