Residence Halls at Champlain

What are the halls at Champlain College like? We hear this question a lot from prospective students. 

Breathtaking views of Lake Champlain everywhere you look. The scenic ridge of the Adirondack Mountains in the distance. Fall foliage that brings the world to Vermont every autumn. Halls that foster a close sense of community. These are just a few of the things to look forward to in your new home.

You'll have your pick of the finest residence halls, like our 20 beautifully restored Victorian-era mansions that surround the campus. All first-year students start out here, but many students find their distinctive charms so appealing they choose to stay for years.  

For more modern surroundings, you’ll find suite-style residence halls on campus and in the nearby Hill Section or in deluxe apartments a little farther off campus.

Explore Our Residence Halls

Housing at Champlain isn’t like college housing everywhere else. We’ve got everything, from the chic modernism of Main Street Suites to the historic splendor of Bankus Hall. There’s not a bad option on the whole campus. Click on the links below to learn more about our various housing options and start imagining what living on campus would be like.

Victorian-Era Residence Halls For First-Year Students
All first-year students live in one of our restored Victorian-era mansions.

  • 371 Main Street
  • 396 Main Street
  • Bader Hall
  • Bankus Hall
  • Carriage House
  • Hill Hall
  • Jensen Hall
  • Lyman Hall
  • McDonald Hall
  • Pearl Hall
  • Rowell Hall
  • Schillhammer Hall
  • South House
  • Summit Hall
  • Whiting Hall

Sophomore and Upper-Class Residence Halls

  • 158 South Willard
  • 308 Maple
  • Adirondack Hall
  • Boardman Hall
  • Butler Hall
  • Cushing Hall
  • Juniper Hall
  • Lakeview Hall
  • North House
  • Sanders Hall
  • Valcour Hall

Apartment-Style Residence Halls

Off-Campus Housing