Started in May of 2014, the DARE award recognizes faculty and staff who have made significant contributions to Champlain.
This award recognizes the individual(s) who exemplifies the spirit, enthusiasm, and commitment modeled by David J. Provost in supporting Champlain College Wellbeing.
The full time faculty recognition award, named after Edward Phelps Lyman, is given to a faculty member who is dedicated to teaching and service at Champlain College. Visit the Faculty Awards page to view previous year's winners.
Elizabeth A. Durick was a teacher, staff member and Assistant Vice President at the College between 1958 and 1988.
A peer-to-peer recognition program that allows staff members to recognize other staff (peers, supervisors and direct reports) for their extraordinary contributions to the College.
Faculty Emeritus status honors retired faculty who made a commitment to Champlain College in multiple roles.
The adjunct faculty recognition award, named after Francine Page, is for an adjunct faculty member who shows dedication to students and the mission of Champlain College through excellent teaching. Visit the Faculty Awards page to view previous winners.
John Lavallee has been at Champlain College for more than 40 years. In 1993 he started the online program. He is now a full time instructor in the Division of Champlain College Online.
Spot awards are presented to employees, who go above and beyond in their department.
Visit the Staff Council page to see previous winners.
Presented at the Recognition Dinner to recognize a commitment to Champlain College.
As a parting gift a retiree may receive a monetary recognition. Retirees are eligible for $100 for each year of full time employment to a maximum of $2,500, and $50 per year of part time employment up to $1,250.
*To be considered a retiree you must be age 60 in the calendar or fiscal year in which you retire whichever is later — You must have at least 15 years of service to be eligible.