Tuition Rates for Military, Spouses, Veteran and First Responders
In 2023, Norwich University Online implemented new tuition rates for Military; Veteran; First Responder; and Active Duty, Guard, and Reserve spouses. The $550 rate per credit applies to all online master's programs. In order to determine if students qualify for this rate, applicants will need to provide the following additional documentation:
Military: Joint Services Transcript (JST) that lists current status, STP/SURF/BIR/ERB/ORB.
Veteran: Submit the most recently issued Member-4 DD-214 or NGB-22, a discharge or retirement certificate or VA service letter. If necessary, a copy of a DD-214 can be requested from the National Archives website. Students submitting a DD-214 or an NGB-22 must have a Character of Service of “Honorable”, “General”, or “Under Honorable Conditions.”
EMTs and Paramedics: State License, unexpired EMT or Paramedic Certification issued within the past 48 months, or ID Card with name and title.
Firefighters: Firefighter Certification issued within the past 48 months, ID card with name and title, or an unexpired Membership Card.
Law Enforcement Officers: Valid ID card with name and title, Pay Stub that shows their occupational title, or LEO Certification issued within the past 48 months. Federal Law Enforcement can use an SF-50.
911 Dispatchers: ID Card with name and title or a 911 Dispatcher Certification issued within the past 48 months.
Active Duty, Guard, and Reserve Spouses: Documentation verifying marriage (marriage license or other legal documentation verifying marriage*) AND a copy of your spouse's active military orders (active duty orders, PCS orders), STP/SURF/BIR/ERB/ORB).
Uniformed NATO Military Forces: Norwich University provides a discounted tuition rate which will apply to all currently serving uniformed NATO military forces of the Alliance. Proof of current military service is required in the form of your military service record, statement of service letter, or your enlistment contract.
First Responder: A person with specialized training who is among the first to arrive and provide assistance or incident resolution at the scene of an emergency, such as an accident, disaster, medical emergency, structure fire, crime, or terrorist attack. Includes law enforcement officers, paramedics, emergency medical technicians, and career firefighters.
Military Status: Current servicemember (Active, Guard, and Reserve).
Veteran Status: A veteran is a former member of the Armed Forces of the United States who served on active duty and was discharged under conditions, which were other than dishonorable. Norwich will extend the discount to former members of the National Guard and Reserve Component without qualifying active-duty service if they were discharged under conditions, which were other than dishonorable.
Military Spouse: Legal spouse of current servicemember (Active, Guard, and Reserve).
Norwich University Online will be in Aurora, CO, for the CCME Symposium. We invite all attendees to stop by our table at the event to learn more about Norwich's online programs.
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- Jan 29, 2024 - Feb 1, 2024
- Off Campus
Norwich University Online will be in Oklahoma City, OK, for the National Sheriffs' Association Annual Conference. We invite all attendees to stop by our table at the event to learn more about Norwich...
- Jun 24, 2024 - Jun 27, 2024
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