Compass Student Services
We understand that a college education is a big investment and making good decisions about how to finance that education can be overwhelming. We're here to help!
Our Office of Financial Aid is here to help you maximize all of your financial aid opportunities, understand the options available to you, and apply for various types of financial aid.
If you've determined that you want Champlain's unmatched, professionally-focused education, we will work with you and do everything we can to make it affordable for you and your family.
Of full-time undergraduate students receive scholarship funds that do not need to be repaid.
Awarded to Champlain students each year through Champlain scholarships.
Of Early Decision applicants are funded at the same level as Regular Decision applicants.
Types of Aid
To recognize students with notable academic achievements and extracurricular accomplishments, Champlain offers a number of first-year and transfer students merit scholarships. No extra additional application is required.
Need-based options at Champlain College include a combination of grants, loans, scholarships, and work-study student employment options, but you must submit the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) to be considered.
The Net Price Calculator estimates how much and what types of financial aid you might qualify for as a full-time student.
Financial Aid Quick Links
You'll receive your financial aid offer along with your notification of admittance. In the meantime, use the Champlain Net Price Calculator to estimate what your financial aid offer might look like.
You must submit the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) to be considered for additional aid beyond merit scholarships from Champlain College, including need-based scholarships, federal and state grants, work-study, and federal loans.
There are a variety of aid options to reduce the out-of-pocket expense of your college education. Find out which ones work for you.
At first glance, cost can be jolting, but consider that the "sticker price." Take a closer look and you'll realize that the actual price is the sticker price MINUS the financial aid package that our financial aid office puts together for you. This makes a college education much more affordable than you originally may have thought!
Champlain College is committed to working with veterans and military-connected families to access available benefits and financial aid. From GI Bill® benefits and the Yellow Ribbon program to institutional scholarships, we can help you navigate:
• Options available for financing higher education costs
• Eligibility for assistance
• Applying for and obtaining funding
• Budgeting expenses and paying bills
Financial Aid Priority Deadlines*:
Early Decision I: November 15
Early Decision II: January 15
Regular Decision: February 1
Transfer Final Deadline: July 15
*Submit your FAFSA prior to these deadlines to ensure you receive your full financial aid offer with your admittance packet.