Champlain College was founded in 1878 by G.W. Thompson. The College was originally called Burlington Collegiate Institute but this name was changed to Burlington Business college in 1884. It was renamed to Champlain College in 1958 when the school moved to Hill Section in Burlington, Vermont.
Champlain College has several satellite campuses all throughout the United States and an off-shore campus in Mumbai. Degrees can be earned by taking classes on-campus or through online means. There are 30 degree programs available, both in the Undergraduate and Graduate levels. Champlain’s undergraduate programs focus on the fields of Business, Technology and Healthcare. The College offers online Master programs in Emergent Media, Business Administration, Managing Innovation and IT, Digital Investigation Management, Mediation and Applied Conflict Studies and Law.
To make the cost of education more affordable, the College has several financial aid packages in place. Information on payment options, scholarships, student loans and federal grants can be requested from the College’s Financial Aid office.
Champlain College has specific admission requirements for each degree or certificate course. Transfer and International students have a different set of requirements as well. Admissions Information would be available from Champlain College’s Admissions Office.
Online Education Database, an independent Texas based organization that annually ranks online colleges, placed Champlain College 3rd in the country. The College was recognized by U.S. News and World Report as one of America’s “Top Up-and-Coming Schools” and was ranked among the 20 Best Baccalaureate Colleges – North Region Rankings.
Champlain College is accredited by the New England Association of Schools and Colleges.
For more information on admissions, college majors, degrees offered, online programs, classes, accreditation, school rankings, reviews, tuition, scholarships and financial aid options, please contact Champlain College.