With a constant focus on innovation and offering relevant academic programming to our students, Norwich University’s College of Graduate and Continuing Studies has recently added 10 new concentration options to our online master’s programs.
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Norwich University’s College of Graduate and Continuing Studies (CGCS) has awarded $64,000 in tuition waivers to this year’s Leadership Summit participant organizations.

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The College of Graduate and Continuing Studies (CGCS) is set to move to a new online learning management platform, providing students with an improved virtual classroom experience. With the start of its September 2014 semester, Norwich online students will be using the learning management system Moodle.
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The College of Graduate and Continuing Studies (CGCS) is proud to award Merit Scholarships to select graduates from the online bachelor’s degree programs. One graduating student per degree conferral date each year – three students in total - will be awarded a $7,500 scholarship to be used toward a Norwich master’s degree.
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Our program staff and admissions advisors plan to bring Norwich to you through several upcoming visits across the country. This is a great opportunity for interested students to learn more about Norwich’s online bachelor’s degree completion and master’s programs.
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The National Faculty Loan Repayment Program will provide $250,000 towards the repayment of student loans to those graduates that agree to go into teaching in an accredited nursing school upon graduation.
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As we continue to grow as a college, the College of Graduate and Continuing Studies’ (CGCS) commitment to communicating to our current students, alumni, prospective students, and partners in higher education has grown too. Our new college newsletter aims to keep you informed of the many changes we have planned at CGCS, and connected to the Norwich-CGCS community.
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When Norwich University’s campus is buzzing with golf carts, bookstore lines are backed up with customers holding armfuls of the latest Norwich-branded gear, the mess hall’s soft-serve machines are filled with maple creemees, the Dog River has lost 200 or so stones the size of a small boulder, and the most-polished professionals found anywhere are prepping for a capstone presentation or poster session in the library, it must be the College of Graduate and Continuing Studies’ Residency Conference.
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Maritime trade officially began in the year 1648, when the Treaty of Westphalia confirmed the ideas set out by Hugo Grotius, who said that the sea should be open for international trade.
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Devin Bhatt ’13 recently became the chief information security and privacy officer at the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency (OCC), a bureau under the United States Department of the Treasury.
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