Scholarship Opportunities

The future is a student's wisest investment.

We invest in our students and recognize their academic achievement each year through our financial aid programs. Champlain awarded almost $20 million in College-funded scholarships based on academic strength and financial need for the 2013-2014 academic year. More than 85 percent of students received scholarship funds, which do not have to be repaid, to help pay their educational costs.

All applicants accepted into a Champlain degree program will automatically be considered for one of our merit-based scholarships, and those who complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) will be considered for need-based scholarships. For more information about Champlain's endowed scholarships, federal grant opportunities and state aid programs, visit Financial Aid.

Scholarship Opportunities for Special Populations

  • New American Student Scholarship is a need-based scholarship for Vermont's refugee and asylum students.
  • Single Parents Scholarship is a scholarship for Pell-eligible single parents participating in the Champlain College Single Parents Program.
  • Vermont First Scholarship is targeted at first-generation college-bound high school seniors.