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Admitted Student Expectations

Congratulations on your admission to Champlain and to our community. While the hard part of getting that acceptance letter is now over, you're not quite done yet. Here are some things to keep in mind before we see you on campus:

Submitting Your Deposit

When you submit your enrollment deposit with Champlain, you are claiming your place in the incoming class. If you change your mind and decide to attend another school, please let us know immediately by submitting an email to Deposits are nonrefundable after May 1.

Academic Dishonesty, Performance and Conduct

Champlain College reserves the right to review and rescind offers of admission if we learn of conduct occurring before or after the date of an offer letter or changes in academic performance that raise substantial issues about a prospective student's character, integrity or qualifications to become a member of the Champlain College community.

Examples of conduct or academic issues that may lead the College to rescind an offer of admission include but are not limited to:

Academic Dishonesty, including but not limited to plagiarism, cheating, or other academic infractions.

Academic Performance, including but not limited to a significant drop in academic performance or failure to provide a final high school transcript with proof of graduation.

Conduct, including but not limited to questionable student conduct that may have a negative impact on the College community. Students who have accepted an offer of admission are expected to abide by the Champlain College Code of Conduct.

Decisions about reviewing or rescinding an offer of admission are made in the sole discretion of the Director of Admissions. In the event of an alleged violation of standards outlined in the Code of Conduct, the Office of Student Conduct will assist in reviewing and/or deciding the matter.

Individuals who have had an offer of admission rescinded may appeal the decision to the Vice President of Enrollment Management, who shall make a final determination.