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5 Things to Look Forward to During Your First Year at Champlain

By Sarah Steward // Communication Major ’17 College is one of the biggest adventures you will ever go on. It’s the time where many students leave home for the first time, gain the skills they need to launch and succeed in their careers, and truly grow as a person. You’ll make friends for life, and […]

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Wonder Women: 4 Champlain Seniors Reflect on Their Best Internships

Champlain College’s upside down curriculum allows students to jump into their major related courses as soon as they step foot on campus. Because of this, students  are able to immerse themselves in their field of study at multiple internships before they graduate. (We’re talking anywhere from 1 to 6+ internships!)  Continue reading to learn about […]

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Student Service Stories

For being a tiny school in Vermont, Champlain College is actually quite connected around the globe. Over 50% of students chose to study abroad and explore what different cultures and communities have to offer. With Champlain’s own international campusus in Montreal, Canada, and Dublin, Ireland, plus its global partners in Argentina, China, New Zealand, Italy […]

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Why Champlain?

When you find the college that feels like it was made just for you, you’ll know it! There are a variety of reasons why students chose Champlain as their dream school. Ask anyone on campus what brought them here, and each response will be different—that’s part of what makes our community so special. Here’s a […]

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Champlain College Clubs and Activities – Part 2

Champlain College may be small, but it never runs out of things to offer its students! Currently, Champlain has over 60 clubs and activities on its campus. Recently, we highlighted a few of Champlain’s  clubs and activities (see here) and realized, why stop at just one blog post? Here are some more unique clubs and […]

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Inside Champlain’s Residence Halls

Housing at Champlain College is unlike anywhere else. In fact, one of the most distinct features of Champlain is our 19 Victorian-Era mansion residence halls. Did we say mansion? You heard that right! Champlain’s student housing includes real historic mansions, equipped with ultra-fast wireless connectivity and a whole lot of charm! All first-year students have the […]

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Women’s Empowerment Symposium 2017; Cultivating Confidence and Courage at Champlain College

By Kate Shuler, ‘17 // Preferred Pronouns: She, Her // Business Administration and Management & Innovation double major The Women’s Empowerment Initiative (WEI) at Champlain College started in 2015, with the aim to cultivate confidence and courage by fostering the achievements of women on campus. Through the Initiative, Champlain College community members strive to empower current […]

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My Admitted Students Day Story

By Tyler Jennings-Peczka. ‘17 // Broadcast & Streaming Media Admitted Student Day, April 2013. I was so nervous. I had decided Champlain was the school for me months before I signed up for Admitted Students Day, but had no idea what to expect. I applied early decision, and I had visited Burlington once before, but […]

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Housing Process

When can I choose my residence hall? We’re not quite ready for housing selection just yet, but you’ll receive an email  when we are starting the process. When the process starts, you’ll be able to pick your top choices for first-year residence halls and make any roommate groupings. In the meantime, you can visit champlain.edu/housingrequest […]

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Students (unafraid) on the front lawn of Jensen Hall.

Myth Busting: Champlain College

By The Champlain College Admissions Interns // Class of 2017 As Admissions Interns, we’ve heard some pretty interesting myths about Champlain College over the years—I (Sarah) once overheard a student in the dining hall say they thought that one of our Victorian-era mansion residence halls, Jensen, is haunted! Fact or fiction? We decided it’s about […]

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