A Step-by-Step Guide: First Year Applicants
COMPLETE AND SUBMIT AN APPLICATION
You can apply to Champlain College using one of the following applications:
- The Champlain College Online Application. This application is for students who are seeking to apply only to Champlain. This is the most convenient application form to use.
- The Common App. This application allows you to apply to many schools at once. You will be required to create an account to get started and Champlain College requires a short supplement to complete your application.
ADDITIONAL REQUIRED ITEMS TO COMPLETE YOUR APPLICATION
- Official copy of your high school transcript.
- Official SAT or ACT scores: Champlain's SAT code is 3291 and our ACT code is 4298. SAT and ACT score reports can be sent to Champlain from the CollegeBoard and ACT websites respectively.
- Two recommendations: One recommendation should be from your guidance counselor and the other recommendation should be from someone that can best highlight your academic potential.
- If you are applying to the Creative Media, Digital Filmmaking, Game Art and Animation, Game Design, Graphic Design & Digital Media, or Professional Writing majors, please upload your portfolio. Directions to upload your portfolio can be found here.
- Optional: if you have taken college courses, and you would like those courses evaluated for transfer credit, please send official college transcripts.
- For Early Decision Applicants: Please submit the Early Decision Agreement Form to complete your Early Decision application.
SUBMIT THE COUNSELOR EVALUATION & SCHOOL REPORT
Admission interviews are available to students as an optional piece of the application process. Although admission interviews are not required, they can be helpful for students that want to highlight specific aspects of their current or future application before the application is reviewed. To schedule an admission interview, please contact your admission counselor directly via email and they will coordinate with you on a time and date. Interviews can be conducted face-to-face on or off-campus, via phone and via Skype.