International Students Online Admission Requirements

Champlain College online is eager to welcome students from around the globe.  Before getting started in our degree and certificate programs, we want to make sure that you are well-positioned for success in our online programs, that's why it's essential that we review your international transcripts and ensure that you are proficient in the English language. Therefore, in addition to our general admissions requirements, international students will need to submit the items listed below. Applicants not meeting these requirements may be assessed individually on a case-by-case basis.

International College Transcripts 

If you are an international student who has completed college-level coursework outside the US, we are happy to accept your international transcripts to demonstrate your credentials and coursework completed, however, they must go through a third-party credential evaluation process to be translated and assessed. Champlain College accepts AACRAO's IES evaluations or any of the providers listed on the National Association of Credential Evaluation Services (NACES) website: 

International High School Transcripts

If you have not completed a minimum of an associate degree, we will also require copies of your official high school transcripts or GED scores.  Again, these must go through a third-party credential evaluation process. Champlain College accepts AACRAO's IES evaluations or any of the providers listed on the National Association of Credential Evaluation Services (NACES) website:  If you are unable to obtain your high school records and undergo the evaluation process, Champlain requires applicants to complete the General Educational Development (GED) Exam to satisfy proof of a high school education. Visit for more information.

Proof of English Language Proficiency

Proficiency in the English language is both required and necessary for academic success at Champlain College. If English is not your native language, you will be required to demonstrate proficiency through one of two standardized examinations.*

Note: Champlain College does not offer English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL) courses, but highly encourages prospective students whose scores fall below the minimum threshold listed above to consider taking and mastering introductory through advanced/academic ESOL course levels at a community college or other low-cost provider.

Evaluated transcripts and official language test scores must be sent directly from the administering agency to Champlain College via postal mail, email or fax to the address on the right column of this page.

*You may be exempt from the language testing requirement if you have successfully completed an associate, bachelor's or master's degree at an institution whose primary language of instruction is English. Additionally, Champlain College reserves the right to waive this requirement on a case-by-case basis, particularly for students whose profession requires significant written and oral communication.