Next Steps for Accepted Undergraduate Students

Join the Champlain Community!

Step One: Enroll!

This is the easy part. If you've decided that Champlain is your first choice, simply submit a secure online payment for your Tuition and Housing deposit, and you are officially a Champlain College student!  

Online Deposit

If you prefer to send your deposit in by regular mail, please fill out and return both the Tuition and Housing deposit forms you received in your Accepted Student package in the enclosed return envelope.


We'd love for you to join our Champlain community! Please accept your admission to Champlain by submitting your Tuition deposit by the deadlines below:

  • Early Decision I:   JANUARY 15, 2015
  • Early Decision II:  MARCH 15, 2015
  • Regular Decision:  MAY 1, 2015
  • Transfer: For Fall term 2015, deposits are due May 1, or two weeks following acceptance, whichever is later. For Spring 2016 deposits are due Nov. 30 or two weeks following acceptance, whichever is later.

Also, housing decisions are based on a first-come first serve basis, so the sooner you submit your Housing deposit, the sooner we can assign your housing. 

Note: All tuition and housing deposits are nonrefundable. 

 Step Two: RSVP For Accepted Student Day

This is YOUR day. Don't miss it! This year's dates are Saturday, March 28th & Saturday, April 11 (If you are in town the night before, come to one of the Friday Night Social events in The Perry Hall Welcome Center). 

Come! You might meet your new best friend or a possible roommate candidate—and you'll definitely be able to pick up your first Champlain sweatshirt in the bookstore and get your picture taken with our mascot Chauncey T. Beaver. While you are here, enjoy Burlington, or even hit Vermont's slopes for some spring skiing and riding. To register:

RSVP for Accepted Students Day

 Step Three: Connect With Future Classmates

We've created an easy-access Facebook site just for you and your fellow accepted students. Our app will keep your profile private, giving you the chance to chat with others and learn about your shared interests without the need to add someone as a friend. 

Accepted Student Facebook