I am an Athletic Training major and I am learning alot of important skills here. My first aid class is very fun and it is filled with lots of hands on experience which i believe is the best way to learn. I am also enrolled in some basic classes such as biology, math, and psychology which have really captured my attention and with a lot of work, i am able to learn alot.
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Superb Professors and administrative assistance. Corps of Cadets is difficult journey but with current Defense cutbacks contracts are not easily available anymore. Expect to pay for 4 years if not coming in with a current NROTC?ROTC scholarship. Just due to budget cutbacks!» Read More
One of the least friendly atmospheres I have ever been exposed to. Individuals are ridiculed for being unique, and hostilities remain high between the corps and civilian lifestyles. One great thing on the other hand is the financial aid and teaching staff.» Read More
Norwich university is a well organized and very challenging university. It offers a life in the Corps of Cadets which calls for lots of responsibilities and dedication. It is also highly motivating to achieving your goal in life.» Read More
Norwich University has a great atmosphere, but it is very unique we like to call it our very own society, because it really is so different from everywhere else. The teachers are usually really great and they are required to have office hours which are times they have to be in there office throughout the week, so you can always go to them. Class sizes are very small, for the most part it doesn't get bigger than 20 students except for the really general classes, my average class size is 10 and I am a junior.» Read More
Norwich University has been quite the experience, especially as a rook. The Corps of Cadets at Norwich are motivating and well-trained leaders. You learn to be a follower as well as to develop as a leader , whether you plan on going into the military or the civilian sector.» Read More