Each year, more than 95% of our students receive financial aid that does not need to be repaid, and we provide both need- and merit-based Champlain scholarships. You’ll automatically be considered for merit-based scholarships upon your admission to Champlain. You will receive your financial aid offer soon after you’ve been notified of your admittance. 

Based on an analysis of the information you include on the FAFSA, we will construct a financial aid package that may consist of scholarships, grants, loans, and work-study. Grants and loans are based on financial need and offered in accordance with appropriate state or federal regulations. The Champlain College Net Price Calculator will not provide you with the exact costs to attend Champlain, but it will provide you with a framework from which you can evaluate the financial aid opportunities that may be available.

The Champlain College Net Price Calculator will provide you with an average amount of what you may receive based on your answers to the questions. The questions asked on Champlain College Net Price Calculator are applicable to first-time, first-year students. Transfer students or those who receive veteran education benefits should reach out directly to the Office of Financial Aid for answers to questions.

Additionally, Champlain College offers merit scholarships, which are awarded to students who exemplify excellence in academics as well as engagement outside the classroom—traits that reflect our outstanding students and faculty.

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