Frequently Asked Questions

How do I deposit money for my department?

Cash or checks payable to "Champlain College" must be delivered to the Office of Student Accounts, 140 Perry Hall. Please include a deposit form with your department account number. A receipt will be issued to you after verification of the deposit amount. Request a department deposit form by email to Mikael Blanco.

How do I put money on my Cash Card?

You may deposit funds securely online to your Cash Card account 24 hours a day. Please allow one business day for web deposits to be updated to your account. Deposits on Fridays will be updated by Monday evening. Click here to deposit funds to your Cash Card! You may also pay by cash or check at Compass Student Services at 174 Perry Hall. Deposit minimum $20.

How do I purchase an Employee Meal Plan?

A meal plan for faculty and staff may be purchased securely online. The plan cost is $185.00 for 25 meals at the Dining Hall and is valid for one year from the date of purchase. Click here to purchase the Employee Meal Plan! You may also pay by check at the Enrollment Service Center at 174 Perry Hall.

When are the billing due dates for students?

Summer: April 10th
Fall: August 1st
Spring: December 1st

 Is a payment plan available?

Yes, full- time students may pay through the Tuition Management Payment Plan, TMS, offered for the full academic year (fall and spring semesters). Please visit Payment Plans or for more information.

Yes, online and graduate students may pay through the online payment plan each semester through our online payment service. Please visit Payment Plans for more information.

How can an undergraduate or MFA student who is enrolled in full-time courses waive the Student Health Insurance?

Students may waive the insurance on WebAdvisor, see "FT-Decline Health Ins" to access the online waiver form. Information on this process is located on our Student Health Insurance page. The online waiver is only available from June 1 to August 26 each year prior to the start of the fall semester. Students beginning in the spring semester will have the opportunity to waive health insurance from November 1 to January 13; prior to the start of the spring semester.