The College of Graduate and Continuing Studies was created in part to help Norwich alumni and their families fulfill their lifetime learning needs and career goals. Many Norwich alumni have already gone through the programs and received their master's degrees. Our graduate programs provide the same great education you received as an undergraduate.
Graduate Program Scholarships for Norwich Alumni
Alumni Scholarship: Norwich University alumni and their spouses, parents, and children are eligible to receive our Alumni Scholarship for any of Norwich's online master's degrees and graduate-level certificates (except for the Certificate of Teaching and Learning). The scholarship is award for each term of enrollment at $425 per term and is applicable only toward tuition costs. Continuous enrollment is not required for the scholarship.
NU Merit Scholarship: A $7,500 scholarship to be awarded to applicable graduating undergraduate Norwich students (residential and online), per the discretion of the respective Norwich University Colleges, and evenly distributed over the course of the student’s graduate studies. Must be used within three years of graduation date – any considerations for extension of this timeline should be deferred to the Director of Admissions.
NU Distinguished Scholar: Norwich University Colleges nominates two graduating residential seniors to receive a full-tuition scholarship to an online master's degree program. Must be used within three years of graduation date – any considerations for extension of this timeline should be deferred to the Director of Admissions.
Scholarships are not additive or cannot be combined with any other NU-based tuition reduction program or offering. If two or more NU-based reductions are awarded to a student, only the highest award amount will be applied to the student’s tuition payments. Please contact your admissions advisor with questions.
We hope that you will come back to NU to continue your education, or bring your family into the Norwich tradition.