How to Report Discrimination and Harassment

Individuals should contact the following individuals with any questions, discrimination complaints, inquiries concerning compliance with regulations or if reasonable accommodations are needed to participate in Champlain College programs or to apply for admission or employment.

Jennifer Archambault

Associate Vice President for Human Capital

P.O. Box 670
Burlington, VT 05402

802-865-5485
jarchambault@champlain.edu

Erin Ferrara

Director of Accessibility, Student Support, and Title IX Coordinator

Skiff Hall, Room 116

802-865-5765 
eferrara@champlain.edu

Leslie Averill, Ed.D. 

Vice President for Academic Affairs & Chief Operating Officer

Freeman Hall, #300

802-860-2729
averill@champlain.edu

Individuals may also contact the following State and Federal agencies concerning the application of nondiscrimination policies and enforcement of rights:

Employees may contact:

Vermont Attorney General's Office, Civil Rights Unit
109 State Street, Montpelier, VT 05609-1001
(802-828-3171/VOICE/TDD)

Equal Employment Opportunity Commission
John F. Kennedy Federal Office Building
Government Center, Room 475
Boston, MA 02203
(1-800-669-4000/VOICE or 1-800-669-6820/TDD)
www.eeoc.gov

Students may contact:

United States Department of Education, Office for Civil Rights
J.W. McCormack, Post Office Court House Building, Room 701
Boston, MA 02109-4557
(617-223-9662/VOICE)

Vermont Human Rights Commission
135 State Street, 2nd Floor, Drawer 33
Montpelier, VT 05633-6301
(802-828-2480/VOICE/TDD or 800-416-2010/VOICE)

Equal Employment Opportunity Commission
John F. Kennedy Federal Office Building
475 Government Center
Boston, MA 02203
(800) 669-4000 (voice)
(800) 669-6820 (TDD)
www.eeoc.gov

Report a Concern

Report Emergencies

  • If you feel threatened or know of someone who is in extreme distress, call 911.
  • Campus Public Safety is another resource: (802) 865-6465.
  • The Student Care & Response Team does NOT respond directly to emergencies.