WCC spaces – Second floor
Cadets Cash Card
Meal, debit card and ID all in one. Good for purchases in the servery, Mill, campus vending machines, dry cleaners, copy center, Kreitzberg Library, and the bookstore. It’s also good anywhere UVM‘s CatScratch Card is accepted.more about the card
campus activities board
The Campus Activities Board is the student-run organization that supports the majority of social events on campus, including dances, movies and concerts.more about the CAB
Take a career exploration inventory to narrow the options to the best fit. Make an appointment when it’s time to explore and discuss career opportunities. Polish your resumé and hone your interview skills. And finally, take advantage of a 2-million company search database.more about the career center
commuter study lounge / campus club office
Here’s a place where commuter students can park themselves between classes or when the day is done. Wireless access keeps you connected.
Campus clubs also have offices here.
assistant dean of students
The Assistant Dean of Students is a member of the Dean of Students team and plans and implements the orientation for new civilian students. The Assistant Dean also advocates for and assists our commuter students. All commuters are welcome and encouraged to stop by the office.
The east end of this space, with ceiling-to-floor glass to the south and east, offers some of the best views on campus. Wireless access ensures you’ll be able to find the resourcs you need.
Need to assemble some sharp minds to strategize a monumental plan? Maybe your club needs a little more elbow room to accommodate a surge in numbers. Whatever your needs, the WCC has designated meeting rooms available that will fit the bill. Wireless Internet access, white boards and plenty of seating and workspace will ensure your gatherings go exactly as planned.
Traditional students need look no further than the Residence Life Office for opportunities for personal, social, cultural and intellectual growth. From ice cream socials and pizza parties to dances and the Haunted Hay Ride, the Residence Life Office works to keep traditional students engaged in rich experiences found all over the NU campus.more about the residence life office
Rook dining hall
Rooks don’t mess with anyone. Fortunately, the WCC is home to a 300-person capacity dining hall for first-year cadets. The large open space is adorned with paintings from the original Harmon Hall and overlooks the quad to the northeast and the Engineering, Math and Science Complex to the south.
The chain of command may dictate a Rook’s life across the campus, but new cadets have a safe haven in the WCC’s Rook Lounge. Comfortable seating and panoramic views make this the perfect spot to get away from the trials and tribulations of Rookdom.
campus center & student activities
Time spent out of class and away from the books is anything but boring on the Norwich campus. Movies, games and all sorts of entertainment are organized by the staff in the Student Activities Office. Swing by the WCC to find out what’s playing, where the fun is at and when it’s happening.more about clubs and activities
Student Government Association
Students do have a voice — it’s called the Student Government Association. The SGA protects students’ rights and privileges acts as a liaison with other governmental bodies in the University community. Let your voice be heard, get involved, check out the SGA at the WCC.more about Student Government Association
Want to learn about service and give something back to the community? Well, stop by the Center for Civic Engagement to learn about the opportunities to serve that are available to Norwich students, staff and faculty. With volunteer programs occurring as close as Northfield center and as far away as Vietnam, the Office of Volunteer Programs can surely help you find a way to help others.more about volunteer programs