All Norwich University online master's degree candidates must attend and participate in the required Residency Conference hosted on the Norwich campus.
- Typically students who begin their graduate programs in June, September, and December are required to attend the June Residency following the completion of their final seminar with degree conferral occurring in June.
- Typically, students who begin their program in March are required to attend Residency just prior to or during their final seminar with degree conferral occurring in September.
The faculty, through the Committee on Academic Standing and Degrees (CASD), shall recommend to the President, students who have completed all degree requirements. No degree shall be conferred until the Registrar’s Office determines that all degree requirements, including participation in the Residency Conference, are met. No degree shall be conferred until the recipient has paid all University bills or arranged for payment to the satisfaction of the Chief Financial Officer.
Degrees shall be conferred in June, September, and January.