Champlain has a beautiful library which offers a wide array of research tools for your use. Unable to come to campus? That's okay because the Champlain College library, Miller Information Commons (MIC), is online, too!

Visit our library on-campus or online to see for yourself, and if you have any questions or need help finding something specific use our "Ask a Librarian" chat feature on the library homepage to instant message with one of our library staff.

Included in our online library services is:

  • An extensive collection of full-text electronic journals
  • Electronic books (over 60,000!)
  • Periodicals The library also subscribes to several online databases that are available only to currently enrolled students, such as:
  • InfoTrac Searchbank
  • ProQuest
  • EBSCOhost Business Premier periodical databases
  • Facts on File
  • JStor
  • Lexis-Nexis Academic Universe

Want a print book, but can't get to campus? Students living far from campus can borrow Champlain College library books by requesting an interlibrary loan through their local library.

Live nearby and want to come to the library? For those students visiting the Champlain College library in person, a valid Champlain College ID is needed to check out books. Please contact our Student Services staff for more information about obtaining a College ID.