Welcome to Champlain College!


Here we are. This is it. Your moment. Deciding to come to Champlain College will be one of the best decisions of your life. How do we know? Just ask any of our current students! We can't wait to welcome you to Champlain.

The College will be closed for the holidays from Thursday, December 24, 2020, through Sunday, January 3, 2021. If you have questions during this time please refer to our list of frequently asked questions for admitted students. If after reviewing this you still have urgent questions please reach out to our Director of Admission, Diane Soboski directly at dsoboski@champlain.edu. Diane will get back to you as soon as possible.


View of roofs and Lake Champlain in the distance

How to Complete Your Enrollment

The only action you need to take to accept your offer of Admission is to submit your enrollment deposit. This should be completed within two weeks of the date on your Financial Aid Award letter. You will be able to make your deposit online or by mailing a check. Learn how to make your deposit now.


Other Important To-Dos

In addition to submitting your enrollment deposit, there are a number of tasks that you need to complete as soon as possible so your transition to Champlain will be a smooth one. You'll need to finish sending in any more documents to finalize your admission (final transcripts) as well as set up your Champlain user accounts, submit required forms, plan for your housing and learn your payment options. 


Three Champlain students pose for the camera on a boat cruise
Victorian-era mansion res hall

Find Your Favorite Mansion

That's no "dorm." That's a home. Picture your life in one of our 20 Victorian-era mansions that ring main campus. They're all beautifully restored with modern amenities, but retain the gorgeous original details from their era.


Find Answers, FAQs, and Resources!

You have questions. We have answers. Find answers to the most commonly asked questions and some super handy information to keep around. There's probably stuff here that you had not yet thought to ask.


Students collaborating in a study group in Champlain's Vista Room in the library

Meet Our Students