A close shot of a red brick building, Bader Hall at Champlain College

On Campus Housing

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On-Campus Housing

At Champlain, you determine the type of campus living you would like to experience, and we help you by providing multiple options.

As a first-year student, you may choose to live in one of 20 Victorian-era residence halls. If you are an incoming first-year, visit the Housing To-Dos for instructions on your housing selection process.

If you are a sophomore, you can choose to live in Lakeview, Adirondack, Valcour, Juniper, or Butler Hall. For Juniors and Seniors, you have the option of living in Boardman, 308 Maple, Cushing, 158 South Willard, Sanders, North Hall or at 194 St. Paul, a deluxe apartment-style housing option a few blocks from central campus that provides students with a great introduction to apartment life.

Victoria-Era Residence Halls for First Year Students

Victoria-Era Residence Halls for First Year Students

As a first-year student, you may choose to live in one of 20 Victorian-era residence halls. If you are an incoming first-year, visit the Housing To-Dos for instructions on your housing selection process.

Sophomore Housing

Sophomore Residence Halls

Sophomore students can live in one of Champlain's beautifully restored Victorian mansions, our contemporary residence halls, or our new apartment-style residence a few blocks from campus.

Junior and Senior Housing

Junior & Senior Residence Halls

Upper Class students can live in one of Champlain's beautifully restored Victorian mansions, our contemporary residence halls, or our new apartment-style residence a few blocks from campus.

Special Interest Housing

Special Interest Housing

Champlain College's optional themed housing gives students the opportunity to live within a community of other like-minded students. We offer gender-inclusive housing and substance-free housing.

Break Housing

Break Housing

Some residential buildings remain open during the break periods, while the rest of campus closes. This is useful for students who need to stay during break or who need to back from afar a day early. Students who need to stay but do not live in a building with Break Housing may borrow the room of a friend in a hall with break housing.

Summer Housing

Summer Housing

Are you planning to study or work in Burlington over the summer? Eligibility requirements, housing details and costs are outlined here.