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|Students entering January 2018
Waiver available online November 6, 2017
Waiver deadline December 1, 2017
|Students entering August 2018
Waiver available online June 1, 2018
Waiver deadline August 1, 2018
Completing a Health Insurance Waiver
If you have any problems with the waiver form online, please contact Compass Student Services at (802) 860-2777.
Health insurance coverage is required for all students. All full-time students are enrolled and billed for the College health insurance plan unless a health insurance waiver is completed.Link to this FAQ
Students receive an online billing statement each semester from the College, which will show the plan credited to each semester's tuition fee. If there is also credit from financial aid applicable to the semester, which overpays the semester's fees, a refund will be issued to the student. Please use the Tuition Pre-Payment Plan Enrollment Form to enroll in this plan. If you have questions concerning payment plans, please contact Compass Student Services at (802) 860-2777.Link to this FAQ
Please note that all forms within the Records & Registration Forms section should be returned to the Registrar's Office, located in Perry Hall, Room 322. The Registrar's Office is open from 8:30 AM-5:00 PM. Contact us via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at 802.860.2777.
Course Withdrawal Form
Submit completed form to the Registrar's Office prior to withdrawing from a class. You may withdraw from a course up until the Friday of the 11th week of the semester and receive a "W" on your transcript; after this time, you may not withdraw from a course.
Contact your Faculty Advisor or Academic Specialist for more information.Link to this FAQ
College Withdrawal Forms and Medical Withdrawal Forms are available from the Registrar's Office, the Student Health and Wellness Center, or the Counseling Center. The Registrar's Office is located in Perry Hall, Room 322. We're open Monday-Friday from 8:30 AM-5:00 PM. We're happy to discuss the withdrawal process with you in person during business hours. If you have any questions, please contact us at email@example.com or call 802.860.2777.Link to this FAQ
A minor is a career enhancement for students, different from a student's major or discipline. Some programs require that students select a minor.
Refer to the College Catalog and click on Programs of Study to view the list of minor options.
After discussions with advisors, students may wish to select a minor from those available across all academic units. Students wishing to select a minor will do so using this online form.
It should be understood that the selection of a minor may extend the time needed to fulfill all course requirements, unless the minor is required.Link to this FAQ
Log into Clearinghouse with your student login and password for self-service enrollment verifications. Please see instructions below.
The Student Self-Service website is free, easy to use and secure.
Please keep the following points in mind when requesting enrollment verification services:
Returning to Champlain College
Students who wish to return to Champlain College as an undergraduate student after any separation must complete a formal application for readmission. Readmission allows a former degree candidate to resume a degree program. The process for returning is based on a student's status when they were last enrolled. Readmission is appropriate if you:
All readmission applications are considered through the Registrar's Office. Readmission is neither automatic nor guaranteed.
Students within the Continuing Professional Studies (CPS) division should contact their Academic Advisor. CPS students are not required to submit the readmission form below.
Tuition Deposit Form
As part of the readmission process, the Tuition Deposit Form MUST be completed. Traditional students will not be officially allowed to register for classes until this form has been submitted.
GENERAL INFORMATION FOR READMISSION
Undeclared: Students who have earned 30 or more credits may not return to Champlain as Undeclared students without meeting with a member of the Registrar's Office or the Office of Admissions.
Inactive Programs: Students wishing to return to the College in academic programs that have been inactivated may do so only with the permission of the Provost. Should you fall into this category, a member of the Registrar's Office will contact you upon receipt of your readmission form.
Catalog Year: Students returning after being gone no more than 2 semesters are permitted to follow the degree requirements associated with their original catalog year. Students reapplying after a seperation of more than 2 semesters are required to meet the degree requirements of the most current catalog year, unless otherwise authorized by the Provost.
Credits Limitations: The maximum number of credits that may be transferred is 75.
Deadlines: To be considered for the spring semester readmission applications must be completed by December 1st. To be considered for the fall semester, readmission applications must be completed by August 1st.
Readmission for Graduation: Students who wish to be reactivated or readmitted to Champlain in order to transfer in remaining credits for graduation should contact the Registrar's Office at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Readmission after Academic Dismissal or Suspension: A student who has been dismissed for academic reasons or suspended for nonacademic reasons is eligible to request reinstatement through the process outlined in the Readmission Policy. Upon receipt of the readmission application and all corresponding documents, the Dean of the division and/or VP of Student Life will review the application package and notify the student of their decision.
Transcripts: Students who completed credits at another college after leaving Champlain must have an official transcript forwarded to the Registrar's Office at Champlain. These transcripts should reflect all academic work undertaken since the student left Champlain. If the student is approved for readmission with coursework in progress, the student's admission status will be provisional pending receipt of the final transcript.
Residential Life: Champlain College does not guarantee on-campus housing for readmitted students. If you request on-campus housing, Residential Life will be notified.Link to this FAQ
Students who wish to change their name must provide the following information in person, by mail, or via fax to the address below:
Please send the necessary information to:
Compass Student Services
PO Box 670
Burlington, VT 05402-0670
Fax: (802) 860-2762
As part of its continued efforts to advance inclusive practices and our Diversity and Inclusion goals, Champlain College launched the Alternate Name Pilot Project in 2015.
This alternate name option is intended for use by students who do not self-identify within the conventional binary notions of female and male gender identify. This option provides an opportunity for those students to use an alternate first name that more accurately reflects their identity., even if their name has not legally changed.
Students wishing to learn more about the specific scope of this option or to submit a request should contact Danelle Berube at email@example.com.
Please email your address change request to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please be sure to provide the following information so we are able to process your change as accurately as possible. Thank you.
Please indicate whether the new address is a permanent address or a local address for the academic year only.
Alumni: Change your address or phone number by completing this form.Link to this FAQ
The Office of Accessibility website provides detailed information about applying for housing accommodations, academic accommodations and assistance animals. This form may be used to request accommodations. Please note, requests for accommodations are due June 15 (for Fall semester) and December 15 (for Spring semester).Link to this FAQ