Questions & Answers

Question: Who can attend the World Congress?

Anyone can attend. Registration will range from $350 for early bird members and $500 for non-members.

Question: Does registration include meals?

Registration fees include all meals except the Monday evening dinner at Sugarbush Resort. This dinner is available to all attendees for an additional fee.

Question: Where will participants be lodged?

It is up to each individual participant to decide whether to stay on campus for $80 (plus 9% Vermont room tax) per night or to make individual hotel arrangements. The host committee has negotiated rates at Sugarbush Resort. However, given that this week is also the residency event, it is recommended that reservations for either on or off campus be made as soon as availability is announced.

Question: Where is Northfield, Vermont?

Northfield is located almost in the middle of the state, in the Green Mountains. It is about a 45-minute drive/ride from the Burlington, Vermont airport, BVT, about 3 1/2 hours from Boston's Logan airport (BOS), about 2 1/2 hours from Manchester, NH (MNT), and about 2 1/2 hours to Montreal, Canada (YUL).

There are trains from New York that stop in the state capital, Montpelier, a short 20-minute drive from the campus. 

Question: What on campus activities are there?

The Sullivan Museum and History Center is Free and open to the public Monday to Friday 8 AM to 4 PM. The Medal of Honor Gallery is located in the entrance to Jackman Hall. Sabine Field has been a university landmark since 1921 and has hosted many memorable sporting events and homecoming celebrations. The statue of the founder of Norwich University, Captain Alden Partridge is located between the Kreitzberg Library and Bartoletto Hall. The Class of 1959 Bridge connects the Corps of Cadets dorms on the upper parade grounds to the civilian dorms. The Hall of Fame room is located in Andrews Hall.

Question: Tourist information can be found at:

https://www.vermontvacation.com/ is the official state tourism site.

http://www.vtattractions.org/ will show attractions through out the state.