About the museum
The heritage of a great institution
The Sullivan Museum and History Center is a 16,000-square-foot facility that features permanent and changing exhibitions, learning stations, a visible-object conservation lab, spaces for exhibit preparation and object storage, a fully equipped electronic classroom and conference space, and a reference room for researchers and scholars.
Norwich Trustee Col. J.N. Pritzker, a generous supporter of the museum project and founder of the Pritzker Military Library in Chicago, noted, “The greatest intangible asset of the University is its history and traditions … It is essential to have a place where the physical artifacts of that history can be properly stored, cataloged and displayed.”
The Sullivan Museum and History Center offers dynamic opportunities for visitors, students, faculty and alumni to, in the words of Norwich University Pres. Richard Schneider, “immerse themselves in the heritage of this great institution.”
Mission statement: To demonstrate who we are in the present through interaction with our past, our community, our beliefs, and the vision that we hold for the future.
Sarah E. Henrich, Director
Suzanne Desch, Museum Assistant
Jennifer Payne, Oral History Coordinator
Phillip Whitman, Exhibitions Associate
Museum policies and regulations
The Sullivan Museum and History Center follows the guidelines established by the American Association of Museums for Collections Management, Ethical Standards for Professionals and Best Practices for Museum Facilities.