Student Health Resources

We've gathered Champlain-specific and external resources and self-help tools for you to take advantage of.

Keep Your Home Provider While You Transition to College

Vermont offers a simple path to a limited telehealth registration or license that allows out of state practitioners to treat their patients living in Vermont, including college students. This can provide a great option for students to maintain their home care providers while managing their transition to college.

Local Primary Care Clinics

You may consider establishing care at one of these locations if you plan to remain in the Burlington area during summer, when the Health Center is closed, or after graduation.

Pearl Street Youth Health Center

179 Pearl Street, Burlington, VT, 05401

Phone: (802) 652-1080

Riverside Health Center

167 Riverside Avenue, Burlington, VT, 05401

Phone: (802) 864-6309

South End Health Center

789 Pine Street, Burlington, VT, 05401

Phone: (802) 864-0693

UVM Medical Center Adult Primary Care

1 South Prospect Street, Level 1, Burlington, VT, 05401

Phone: (802) 847-4531

Sick Meal Request Form

Please request your meals to-go if you are feeling sick. You may send a friend to pick up your meals, or pick it up yourself. You will need to complete a new sick meal request form each day you are sick. Please pick up your meals at the times indicated on the order form by checking in at the front kiosk in the IDX Dining Hall, and then waiting out in the atrium with your mask on. You are also welcome to order food to-go from EATS.

Sick Meal Request Form

Outreach and Education: Request Collaboration

Presentations and other collaborations are offered to Champlain students in a variety of settings. We accept requests submitted by students, faculty, and staff. Please fill out our Outreach Request Form to request an interview, or assistance with a school project. We must have a minimum of three weeks advance notice to consider your request. We will be in touch within two business days after receiving the request form. If you have any questions please contact us at (802) 860-2711 or 

More Resources

Please explore the content below that provides resources and information on a variety of health topics. For additional self-help tools and resources, please go to the Counseling Center's Self-Help Tools page.

  • If you are experiencing a medical emergency, call 911.
  • If you are experiencing a mental health crisis and need to speak to someone immediately, please call the on-call counselor at (802) 865-5745 or Campus Public Safety at (802) 865-6465.

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Perfection isn't the goal; do what you can to take good care of yourself, and let us know how we can support you!

  • Stay hydrated by drinking plenty of water.
  • Keep your body fueled by eating balanced meals and snacks regularly.
  • Feel well rested by getting 8 hours of sleep at night.  
  • Avoid screen time before bed.
  • Practice good hand washing. Get a Flu vaccine yearly.
  • Move your body daily and exercise regularly.
  • Enjoy fresh air and sunshine.
  • Make time to spend with friends and do things you enjoy.

Other resources:

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Transgender, Non-Binary, and Gender Non-Conforming Health Resources

Champlain College strives to be a diverse and inclusive community. We are committed to combating bias in healthcare and supporting transgender, non-binary, and gender non-conforming students in receiving equitable and affirming care. In recognition that transgender, non-binary, and/or gender-nonconforming students may not use their legal name, the College has a  process for students to have their Chosen Name reflected in Champlain's internal systems such as class rosters, email addresses, student ID cards, and more. See Compass Student Services' 'Update Personal Information' page to learn more about the Chosen Name Process and submit a request.

Campus Resources:

Local Resources:

National Resources:

Find more LGBTQ+ resources on the Counseling Center website.

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