Every weekend, there is something new to do at Champlain College: apple picking, visiting a haunted corn maze, open mic nights, stand up comedy, learning to swing dance, and much more. Our SAPs (Student Activity Programmers) plan weekly activities and the Programming Board CHAMP (Champlain Has Activities and Motivational Programming) plans large-scale events such as the annual Snowball, Spirit Week, and Spring Meltdown.
Looking to sign up for a Champlain College activity? You can find a list of current events on The View and the Stall Street Journal! You can also follow Events At Champlain College on Facebook and Champ Events on Instagram to get up-to-date activity information! For special events, you can sign up and pay for events at the at the Hub desk in the IDX Student Life Center. If an event is full, you can sign up to be on the waitlist at the Hub. Most event sign-ups become live no more than one week in advance. Questions? Contact the Hub desk at 802.651.5905.
Student Engagement is hosting Virtual Trivia and Virtual Bingo nights These events are full of fun laughs, prizes, and surprises! The best part is that students can join in from wherever they're located. On-campus or off, this virtual event is for you.
Student Activity Programmers (SAPs) work for the Department of Student Engagement to plan weekly substance-free activities for students. CHAMP (Champlain Has Activities and Motivational Programming) is a programming board that plans and creates a number of traditional events on campus each semester including Spirit Week, Halloween Dance, Late-Night Breakfast, Snowball, and Spring Meltdown.
All students are welcome to participate in CHAMP meetings and to volunteer as staff for CHAMP's events. CHAMP meets Monday nights in the Fireside Lounge at 8:30pm. To get involved in-person or virtually, contact Kelsey O'Connor, Assistant Director of Student Engagement at email@example.com.
Free movie night is located at Majestic 10 Cinemas in Williston. Students that need a ride must indicate so when they sign up at the HUB desk. The bus will meet students at the Maple Street Shuttle Stop. If you are driving yourself, you must pick up your tickets from a student activity programmer in the Majestic 10 lobby between 8:15-8:45 PM.
Free bowling night is located at Spare Time in Colchester; shoe rental and laser tag is included. Students that need a ride must indicate so when they sign up at the HUB desk. The bus will meet students at the Maple Street shuttle stop at 8:45PM. If you are driving yourself, you must check-in with a student activity programmer at Spare Time no later than 9PM.
The Blue Stool Project is a series of flash lectures given on the Champlain College campus, appearing in the central courtyard and drawing in passers-by to hear what the lecturer, drawn from the college community, has to share. The goal is to address topics that might not normally come up in the classroom, and to engage in a more "guerilla" style of teaching/learning. Learn more…
Enjoy a night of good music, friends, and opportunity for expression! The Grind's open mic is open for everyone! Learn more…