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Virtual Explore Champlain Open House 2024

Can't make an in-person Open House? Join us for our Virtual Open House!

You'll quickly learn that Champlain is a special place. Not just because we're located in one of the most beautiful college towns in the country, but because we're a college that dares to be different.

Join us for our Virtual Explore Open House Tuesday, September 24, 2024 from 6:00 PM - 7:00 PM EST

*Registration and details coming soon.


Thank you! I felt the presentation was very thorough, creative, and I really appreciated that so many current students were involved.

Explore Champlain Open House Attendee

just a few reasons to join us

Students sitting around in the Ireland building at Champlain College

An award-winning college

There's no doubt that our approach is one of the reasons why, year after year, we appear in the most prestigious college ranking guides. Some of our recent accolades include:

  • Ranked in The Princeton Review's "Top 50 Green Colleges List" and included in the 2023 "The Best 388 Colleges List"
  • Named a 2022 "Most Innovative School" by U.S. News & World Report
  • Ranked #3 in the world for "Mobile Game Production" by the Rookies and named to the "Top 10 Schools for Game Design List" by The Princeton Review in 2022
  • Selected the "Best Cybersecurity Higher Education Program" by SC Magazine's 2021 Excellence Awards

Give perspective to your college search

When you attend our Virtual Open House, you'll begin to see the benefits of:

  • an innovative, career-focused approach to higher education (our grads consistently land jobs in their field at rates higher than national averages);
  • faculty with extensive industry experience in the subject areas they teach;
  • a stunningly beautiful campus (we argue it's one of the most beautiful in the country);
  • a creative, ambitious, and tight-knit community with outstanding student life activities, clubs, and trips;
  • residence halls you can really call home (because they are actually houses—Victorian-era mansions, to be specific).

Student looking through spyglass at Champlain College campus