Housing Application Deadline: March 4
Housing Selection Dates: March 30, March 31, April 2
Choosing your living space for the next academic year can be overwhelming if you're not prepared. Review the information below to educate yourself on Champlain College's housing selection process for returning students and learn the steps necessary to secure your preferred room assignment.
Housing FAQs - The definitive source for all housing selection information. Read this and you will be prepared to select your room.
Step-By-Step Guide - All housing selection takes place online using The Housing Director. This step-by-step guide and video will walk you through the process.
Important Dates - From the deadline for housing applications to the last possible date for cancellations, this calendar will ensure there are no unexpected surprises as to when sign-ups occur or items are due.
Summer Housing - Looking to stay on campus this summer? Summer housing information will be available in March.
Available Rooms - With 26 unique residence hall communities, rooms vary in size and amenities. This is the complete listing of rooms available to returning Champlain College students.
The best residence halls for students who must be close to their vehicle are 158 South Willard and Boardman Hall—these students must meet eligibility requirements and pay for a Zone 5 permit. Please note that 194 St. Paul is not a good option if you need easy access to your car. At 194 St. Paul, the only dedicated parking available to residents is at 115 Lakeside Avenue in the residential student Zone 2. No student vehicular parking is permitted at 194 St. Paul either on-site in the public parking lots or in the adjoining neighborhood.
Refer to Important Housing Selection Dates for key dates and application deadlines for summer housing.
If you have additional questions after reading through the information above, please contact Residential Life or visit Skiff Hall.
READ ABOUT OUR RESIDENCE HALLS ON THE VIEW
First-year student and returning students at Champlain live in one of our 20 renovated Victorian-era houses on campus in the Hill Section of Burlington.
From living in contemporary buildings that meet top sustainability standards, to finding a like-minded community, returning students have the chance to match their housing to their lifestyle.
Located right in the heart of downtown Burlington, 194 Saint Paul Street apartments offer studio, two-bedroom, three-bedroom, four-bedroom, or four-bedroom townhouse fully furnished apartment.