Student Organizations


Champlain's gay-straight alliance was created to provide people who identify with the LGBTQQIAA community and their allies an opportunity to meet. The meetings take place in a safe space, and members are committed to creating an environment free of judgment and intolerance. The group meets weekly to participate in discussions, coordinate inclusive events and raise campus-wide awareness. For more information contact

Cultural Community Alliance

The Cultural Community Alliance offers international and American students the chance to mingle in an invigorating mix of cultures. 

Single Parents Program

Since 1987, Champlain College has offered a supportive atmosphere for single parents. Since its inception, the Single Parents Program has provided exceptional advocacy and support to its participants by offering workshops, access to resources and many services designed to help students reach their educational and professional goals. 

For more information about the Single Parents Program contact:  

Hilary Watson: (802) 860-2723 


DREAM is a non-profit mentoring program that pairs college groups with youths in low income housing neighborhoods. DREAM has grown to work with 13 colleges and 18 affordable housing neighborhoods throughout Vermont and Massachusetts. Overall they are proud to serve approximately 350 children and college student mentors, and boast an active alumni organization of over 1,300 former mentors.