Student Affairs, Diversity & Inclusion
Wellness and wellbeing are top priorities at Champlain College. From academic tutoring to counseling and healthcare, the College is committed to providing the highest quality of support to students of all ages, genders, and ethnicities.
The Counseling Center's services include individual and group counseling, psychiatric medication management and referrals, crisis services, and wellness programming. All traditional undergraduate Champlain students, who are currently enrolled, are eligible for counseling services.
Food insecurity acts as a barrier to academic achievement and graduation for almost a third of students attending four year institutions. In order to ensure everyone has the opportunity to succeed, Champlain's on-campus food pantry offers help to students, faculty, and staff who suffer from food or financial insecurity.
Wellbeing is a pillar of our New Student Experience-a holistic approach to your first year of education at Champlain. The combination of Orientation, Champ 101, Core, and InSight provide the skills and preparation you need to succeed both personally and professionally while at Champlain and beyond.
If you have a concern about a student who is displaying behaviors that may interfere with their ability to be successful in the college environment or that a student's behavior or well-being are negatively impacting people around them, reach out to the SCART Team.
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