Sunset over Lake Champlain in Burlington, Vermont, from the Miller Information Commons Library at Champlain College

Tuition & Cost of Attendance

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Champlain College is ranked a Best Value School for 2022 by US News & World Report.

Champlain College
Tuition & Fees 2022-23

Our standard annual costs for the Fall 2022 and Spring 2023 semesters for full-time undergraduate students are:

Tuition $43,800
Student Activity + Health Fee $420
On-Campus Room $10,152
Full Meal Plan $6,178
Total $60,550

In addition to the charges listed above, all students are required to enroll in the College's health insurance plan, unless covered under another policy. All new students are charged a one-time $120 first-year fee, and students in certain programs are also charged a lab fee.

For a complete list of all charges, visit Tuition and Fees page on our Compass Student Services website.

Other Costs to Consider

When determining eligibility for financial assistance, allowances are made for the following expenses:

Books $1,000
Personal Expenses $1,100
Transportation $1,290
Average Loan Fees $70

Students living off-campus or with their parents are not charged room and board. When determining eligibility for financial assistance, an allowance is given for the typical cost of room and board for these students.

Allowances for study-abroad costs, dependent care expenses, and the one-time purchase of a computer can also be added to the cost of attendance budget upon the student's request.

Speak With Your Financial Aid Counselor

We're here to help. The Financial Aid staff is always available for in-person or phone appointments with students and families. If you would like to schedule a private conversation  with a Financial Aid Counselor, go to our contact page, and find your Counselor (assigned according to the first initial of your last name) and click the blue Schedule an Appointment button to view availability and sign up for an appointment.

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Of full-time undergraduate students receive scholarship funds that do not need to be repaid.

$36 Million

Awarded to Champlain students each year through Champlain scholarships.


of Early Decision applicants are funded at same level as Regular Decision applicants.

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