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Congratulations! Applying to college is a big milestone in life. If you have questions about it, you may find what you need in our list of frequently asked questions and answers. To make the process easier for you, we are a test-optional school, and there is no application fee.
If you come to a point where you need help, just let us know—our team of experienced Admissions Counselors is here for you!
Begin your application by selecting the applicant type that best applies to you. There you will find applicant-specific information that will help you complete your application to Champlain College.
|Decision Release Dates*
|Early Decision I
|Early Decision II
|Extended Regular Decision
|Priority Deadline: June 1
|Priority Deadline: October 1
All deadlines are 11:59 PM (Eastern Standard Time)
File the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) to ensure that your financial aid award includes all of the institutional and federal aid you are eligible to receive.
Champlain's FAFSA code is 003684
*Decision release dates are contingent on receiving all requisite application materials by the stated deadlines, including transcripts and portfolios, if required.
**Certain majors are not eligible for Spring enrollment.
Champlain is a test-optional school. What does that mean to you as an applicant? If you would like us to consider your standardized test scores, by all means, feel free to include them with your submitted application. If you would rather us consider your application without them, we are happy to do that as well.
You can tell a lot about people by simply speaking with them. We encourage virtual Personal Interviews for high school seniors and transfer students interested in applying to Champlain. The conversation is casual—it's like two friends getting to know one another.
Our Application Dashboard allows you to monitor the status of your application and determine if you have any outstanding requirements. If you do not already have an account for our Dashboard, please create one using the same email address you used when applying.
Check out this video to learn how the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) gives you access to grants, loans, and work-study jobs that can help fund your education.