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Are you a dreamer, go-getter, someone who learns by doing? We think you'll fit right in here at Champlain College in beautiful Burlington, Vermont. Our Upside-Down Curriculum lets you jump into your major—or start exploring what interests you most—right on day one. That means you can start internships sooner and gradute with four years of experience.
Ranked a “Most Innovative School” for the fifth year in a row! —U.S. News & World Report
The Champlain Difference
You won’t have to wait until your third or fourth year to take important classes in your major. Our Upside-Down Curriculum gets you started on day one. Many students choose Champlain because of this innovative approach to learning.
Majors That Matter
Our 30 majors, 33 minors, and 26 specializations will set you up for success in growing fields—like Cybersecurity, Data Science, Filmmaking, Game Design, Management & Innovation, Marketing, Communications, and more!
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Land Your Dream Job After Graduation
An impressive 94% of the Class of 2018 are employed or continuing their education just six months after graduating. 89% of them completed one or more internships or experiential learning opportunities while attending Champlain.
The #1 College Town
Burlington’s small-town charm and big-city vibe lets you live the best of both worlds. The backdrop to it all? Stunning Lake Champlain and mountains everywhere you look. Plus, New England’s best trails to bike, hike, ski, and ride are just minutes away.
In addition to our home in Vermont, we have campuses in Montreal, Canada, and Dublin, Ireland, plus a mission and curriculum that encourage international study. More than 60% of our students study abroad, and many also intern while they’re there!
“What would an ideal college look like? A lot like this. American higher education would be better off if more schools tried to replicate what’s going on here. Champlain students are now so highly sought after that many are being recruited while still in their junior year, and sometimes even earlier.” The Atlantic Magazine