CHAMPLAIN COLLEGE

United States, Vermont

Having its root in Vermont, the most populous city in the United States, Champlain College is a private university that was founded in 1878. The university focuses on preparing great leaders who can use their critical thinking, innovative tactics, and creativity for the advancement in technology. From the very first semester of the study, the students can understand the value of teamwork and can experience experimental learning. Furthermore, the college offers 30 undergraduate degrees, 15 online bachelor’s degrees, 40 online certificate courses, and 18 online graduate degrees and certificate courses. Some of the professional majors offered here include Cyber Forensics, Accounting, Computer Science, Writing, and Graphic Designing. Additionally, it also offers study abroad programs for those who want to explore education in foreign countries. Earning a degree from Champlain College guarantees a professional career you dreamed of!

Campus Life

The college has 27 acres of campus spread over about 2.5 city blocks. The main campus overlooking Lake Champlain and Burlington in Vermont holds all the modern amenities to provide an enormous campus life to students. It encompasses nearly 50 world-class buildings, state-of-the-art technology equipped laboratories, smart classrooms, a digital photography lab, the Emergent Media Center, and a library. Furthermore, the campus also consists of a health and wellness center, Art and Entertainment clubs, fitness center, and a Student Government Association, where students can explore various leadership opportunities. For extracurricular, students can engage themselves in various on-campus events, different student clubs and organizations, and other recreational activities. On-campus housing and dining options are also available here at affordable rates. Besides these, Champlain College also has campuses in Montreal, Canada, and Dublin, Ireland.

Noted Alumni

The college has a global reach of its alumni currently working for the wellbeing of the society. Some of the valuable alumni of Champlain College includes: Jeremy Bishop - an American basketball player, Maxyne Finkelstein - a non-for-profit professional and the President of the Morris and Rosalind Goodman Family Foundation in Canada, Rusty DeWees - an American actor, producer and writer, Steven Blake Crowder - an American-Canadian conservative political commentator, media host, and comedian, and Clement Joseph Bissonnette - an American politician in the state of Vermont.