Special Population Support
- C.A.R.E. Program - Champlain's Achievement, Retention and Excellence - is designed to help students succeed and thrive.
- Single Parents
- English Language Learners
- Scholarship Programs
- Report a Bias Event
- Imagine College — a pre-college success initiative designed to help create college access for underserved populations, help them continue to graduation and prepare them for a life of career and personal success where they can serve as agents of positive change in our community.
- Upcoming Diversity Events
- Give to Diversity at Champlain
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Advising & Registration Center
Information from the Champlain College Registrar's Office including how to change majors, how to contact your advisor, exam schedules, registration information, and other forms, policies and procedures.
Joe Landsberger's Study Guides and Strategies An international, learner-centric, educational resource. This comprehensive site is translated into 30 languages, and includes helpful guides on reading skills, preparing for tests, classroom participation, and research.
NC State University Index of Learning Styles Questionnaire
This short quiz determines your learning preferences and offers some techniques that will help you adapt to various classroom settings.
Mental Health and Well-being
University of Chicago Virtual Pamphlet: A comprehensive guide to online resources that includes information on time management, study skills, test-taking, cultural misunderstanding, problems with medication, dealing with grief or traumatic events, and other situations that may directly or indirectly effect academic performance.
Virginia Tech Cook Counseling Center: Interactive guides for studying, testing, and writing notes. This site also includes a handbook for students with attention deficit disorder.
How-to-Study: Basic, tried and true advice on taking notes, tests, writing papers and more. This site also includes the importance of staying healthy and getting involved on campus, communicating with professors and advisors, and strategies for coping with stress anxiety and procrastination.