Because of the COVID-19 pandemic, on-campus housing will generally not be offered over the summer as normal. There will not be any events taking place on campus over the summer and services will be extremely limited. If you have a hardship or other extenuating circumstance, you may submit your hardship reason so that we can review your situation. International students, please contact Jessa Karki in the Office of International Student Services about your housing and travel plans.
Please read the information below carefully. If you have a hardship reason and need to request an exception to live on campus during the summer, we ask that you complete an online request through the application on THD (The Housing Director) named Summer Housing Registry.
Champlain College may be able to offer housing to some students who will be doing an academic credit-bearing internship in Chittenden County this summer.
Students need to work their internship at least 20 hours per week for at least 10 weeks at their internship. You must stay the whole summer (there is no partial stay). You must apply using the Summer Housing Registry on THD and register your internship with Career Collaborative.
Click here to register your internship. When you register, your internship should already be finalized. If you have any questions, please contact Angela Hyldburg from Career Collaborative at email@example.com.