Student Affairs, Diversity & Inclusion
Champlain College prioritizes a culture of wellbeing. Having a good understanding of your own wellbeing is crucial as you navigate life as a college student. Champlain's Dare to CARE culture ties together wellbeing resources to support your academic and personal success. From academic support to counseling and health services, to our fitness center and clubs and activities, there are many interactive ways for you to care for yourself and others.
This 40-minute virtual training is available to all students, staff, and faculty. Enter a virtual environment and engage in role-play conversations with emotionally responsive virtual humans. Learn how to handle situations where students may be in distress and when to seek help.
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, Chauncey's Cupboard, is available to all students, faculty, and staff.
Wellbeing is a pillar of our New Student Experience-a holistic approach to your first year of education at Champlain. The combination of Orientation, Core, and InSight—including our Champ 101 program—provides the skills and preparation you need to succeed both personally and professionally while at Champlain and beyond. Transfer students also benefit from our Transfer Connections program.
Champlain College completed a three-year partnership with JED Campus to evaluate and strengthen mental health, substance misuse, and suicide prevention programs and systems on campus.
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