The environment of the school is its best attribute because it is located in a isolated area which helps you keep focus on your studies.
The pricing of the school is very high and there aren't many places to rent off campus.
Camaraderie and friendships on the military side. A lot of shenanigans and horseplay helps to add to what little morale exist on the campus.
1. Making due with less...less quality academics, less sleep, less morale and much less freedom.
2. Lies from the administration - 90% of our graduates are employed after graduation. This...
The ability to study online or on campus.
The location is beautiful, but there is nothing around there.
The level of education I received here from instructors with first hand, and real world experience. It was worth every penny and during my graduation time it was a breathtaking place to be.
Maybe that it was a little far from a city, but that would have to be the only thing I did not care for. I loved the mountains, rivers, trails, bike paths, and everything else. There is a lot to do...
The small classes, great faculty and instruction.
Very rural area.
Oldest private military school in the US. Still true to the mission of training citizen soldiers. Service to community and nation. They train leaders. Instructors are a blend of military and...
It is in a very small town, closer to Canada than you would think. Long drive. Train and plane access still requires a bus or taxi ride.
The campus is gorgeous and secure.
The cost and girl to guy ratio (corps)
Fantastic education--teaches you more than a normal university might--teaches respect, morals, and leadership. Fantastic selection of majors, and strong faculty. Particularly Engineering,...
The location is quite desolate--in the mountains of Vermont--however the University provides enough to do.
Small ratio student professor
Quality of some professors
Northeast Region. Perfect for New England and Tri State Area
Lacks commitment to Tradition. Ever willing to concede tradition for enrollment numbers
Small classes and very tight community.
The School of Graduate & Continuing Studies is online, but they also require a week of Residency at the campus in Vermont before graduation! And the school does a lot to make the students feel...
This is good and bad - this program is very challenging academically and the program takes a great deal longer than the 10-15 hours a week mentioned on the website. BUT all of this makes one feel...
Excellent academic environment, superb athletic teams, birthplace of ROTC, all branches of military represented, beautiful campus, and great place to learn about life, teamwork and leadership.
There's really no "worst thing" about it -- but for members of the Corp of Cadets, be prepared for early morning PT and anyone who has an aversion to cold might think twice (though we always...
It is what you make of it, The class sizes are small, and the Fac/Staff really do want you to do well
Coming from Colorado Springs, There was not alot to do, It was a real shock not having everything you needed or a super walmart with everything.
The Small School Feeling (good student/ proffesor ratio)
Middle of "nowhere" feel if you are from large cities.
The best thing about Norwich University is the faculty that cares so much about a student's well being.
The worst thing about Norwich was the coping from day to day....combining the military lifestyle with academic lifestyle from day to day. It could be extremely challenging.
Academics - this is a small school with very high quality professors. This is a tough school academically, when you graduate from Norwich, you will be well prepared for life after college. Many...
Mid winter cold and the fact that it's located in a very rural area, so don't expect to be able to run to the local mall between classes.
The Corps of Cadets presents a great challenge, both physically and mentally.
The Corps of Cadets lifestyle can be overbearing if one is not committed to following the rules.
Norwich University is one of the best institutions for anyone wanting a military lifestyle, military career, and life long relationships.
civilian student population
For the military side, a very unique experience with great faculty. Very, very strong alumni network. Every one of my fellow cadets has been successful in the profession they chose.
Day to day life can be trying, surprisingly more so during Junior and Senior year. This is mostly because of location and the fact that you have more free time.
Leadership training in the corps or civilian options very few if any schools offer.
If your not an honest person you will not like the leadership training that starts with integrity at it's core.
The best aspect about Norwich is in its family style leadership training. Unlike other military colleges and even the academies, your not just another cadet here. But an Important part of a large...
As in all military schools there are those who tarnish our name in the name of fun or misplaced zealotry. However I can assure you Norwich has the fewest of such persons. Also entertainment is hard...
The friendships you make with your rook buddies, teammates, and classmates are the strongest I've ever seen.
The cost of attendance
This school has a great atmosphere. It is both military and civilian school. Depending on the way of life you choose, the people are great and so are the teachers.
The worst part about this school is that it is in a very small town with not much to do. However you can drive to places withing 10-15 minutes so it is not that bad.
The people and the area around it.
Needs more activities off campus in the surrounding area.
nothing t be honest
Rook Year. Lots of yelling and screaming as a freshman corps
The idea of receiving an ROTC scholarship/contract.
The administration to the tenth power. It's terrible. The left hand doesn't talk to the right hand and vice-versa.
Small class size and excellent leadership opportunities if you chose to go in to the Corp of Cadets.