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It's important to ensure that your investment in higher education not only provides a world-class academic experience but also prepares you to enter an increasingly competitive marketplace. At Champlain, we are proud of our success in delivering an education that truly gives our graduates a great advantage.
We invest in our students and recognize their academic achievement each year through our financial aid programs. Each year, our students receive more than $36 million in Champlain merit and need-based scholarships. More than 95% of students received scholarship funds, which do not have to be repaid, to help pay their educational costs.
Helping our students maximize all of their financial aid opportunities is a key service we provide. Our Office of Financial Aid helps students understand the options available and the process of applying for scholarships, grants, loans, payment plans and employment opportunities. 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.
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Once your admissions application is complete, it will be reviewed to determine your eligibility for merit scholarships from Champlain College. You will be considered for these scholarships automatically; you do not need to complete a separate application.
You must submit the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) to be considered for additional aid beyond merit scholarships, including need-based scholarships from Champlain College, federal and state grants, work-study, and federal loans.
Did you know that some institutions change their scholarship offers from year to year? That means you may get far less help paying tuition in years two, three, and four. At Champlain, you can count on the scholarships you are awarded in your first year to never decline as long as you are enrolled full time. Simple. Straightforward. Guaranteed.
Financial Aid Priority Deadlines:
Early Decision I: November 15
Early Decision II: December 15
Regular Decision: January 15
Transfer Priority Deadline: April 6