a shuttle bus drives along South Willard Street


No car? No problem. At Champlain, whether you’re a student, employee or visitor, there’s lots of ways to get from point A to point B. Check out your alternative transportation resources.

  Driver & Van Certification

All employees or students who drive ANY vehicle for college business is required to complete the authorization process.

Driver and Van Certification
  • two students walking through campus with their bikes and smiling

    Biking on campus is a great way to go green, get some exercise and save on transportation costs. You can easily get around campus and park your bike at one of the many bike locations in between stops.

    Travel by Bike
  • Champlain College bus in front of Miller Center
    Shuttle & Vans

    A free shuttle-bus system for students and employees operates between the CCM building on our main campus, 194 Saint Paul Street Apartments, and the Miller Center at 175 Lakeside Avenue.

    Travel by Shuttle & Vans
  • a green mountain transit bus parked at the burlington bus station

    All Champlain College students and employees can ride any Green Mountain Transit (GMT) bus anytime, anywhere for FREE, including the LINK Express and Commuter routes.

    Travel by Bus
  • four students walking together after class

    It’s surprisingly easy to get to many favorite Burlington spots from campus.

    Travel by Walking
  • a grey car with a car share vermont logo
    CarShare Vermont

    With CarShare Vermont vehicles located on and near campus, it’s easy to get around without bringing a personal car to campus.

    Learn More About CarShare Vermont
  • A closeup of someones hand holding a phone using the Lyft app

    Distinctly different, Carpooling and Ridesharing are a great way to reduce the need for having or bringing your own vehicle to campus.

    Learn More About RideShare
  • a student uses a bicycle

    Champlain partners with  Chittenden Area Transportation Management Association (CATMA) to provide a variety of transportation options from bikes to buses to share resources, reduce congestion and promote sustainable practices.

    Learn More About CATMA
  • two people walking along the train platform at the burlington union train station
    Long-Distance Travel

    Leave your car at home and make the trip to Champlain via plane, train, or bus!

    Explore Long-Distance Options

Electric Car Charging

Public Level 2 Charging Stations

We currently have two electric vehicle charging stations (which have two plugs each) at Champlain College. They are located at:

  • The Miller Center parking lot at 175 Lakeside Avenue
  • Miller Information Commons (the library) at 95 Summit Street (also called Cedar Lane), in the parking lot beside Foster Hall

Both stations were installed in partnership with the Burlington Electric Department and are open to the public 24/7. They are operated by Chargepoint and users must have a Chargepoint account to use them. Users pay a per-kilowatt-hour rate. After 4 hours there is an additional $1 per hour rate. Payment for the space is not required.

Office of Transportation

CCM 102
163 S Willard St, Burlington, VT 05401

Mailing Address:
375 Maple Street
Burlington, VT 05401
Monday – Friday
8:30 AM – 3:00 PM