Articulation & Admissions Agreements

New York Law School

Two-year Juris Doctor or Traditional Three-year Juris Doctor Program

Champlain has partnered with New York Law School so highly qualified Legal Studies students from Champlain College, upon recommendation from the program director, may be admitted on merit scholarship to either the Two-Year Juris Doctor Program or the traditional Three-Year Juris Doctor Program. The minimum annual scholarship is $25,000 for the two-year program and $15,000 for the three-year program, and guaranteed housing is provided by NYLS.

For more information about the entrance requirements, please contact Eric Friedman, Program Director, Legal Studies at (802) 865-5746 or efriedman@champlain.edu.

Vermont Law School

J. D. or Joint J. D./M.S.E.L Degree Programs

The purpose of this agreement is to guarantee admission into Vermont Law School's J. D. or Joint J. D./M.S.E.L degree program to Champlain College students who successfully complete Champlain's requirements for the bachelor's degree and who also meet the entrance requirements, stated in the agreement.

For more information about the entrance requirements, please contact Eric Friedman, Program Director, Legal Studies at (802) 865-5746 or efriedman@champlain.edu.

New York University School of Continuing Professional Studies

Select NYU-SCPS's Masters Degrees and Certificate Programs

The purpose of this agreement is to provide auto-admission into select NYU-SCPS's Masters Degrees and Graduate Certificate Programs to Champlain College's students who successfully complete Champlain's requirements for the bachelor's degree (BS, BSBA) and who also meet the entrance requirements stated in the agreement.

For more information about the entrance requirements, please contact the Cynthia Perez, Director of Admissions at New York University's School of Continuing and Professional Studies, at SPS.admdirector@nyu.edu or at (212) 998-7100.