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Reviews 576 total reviews with an average rating of 3.6

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4 College Freshman

Overall Experience: Everyone is always super helpful! I was able to transfer out of several classes that would have been to easy for me.

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2 College Junior

Off-Campus Housing: Burlington is expensive and there is like a 0% vacancy rate. It's not great, but it's possible to find housing.

2 College Junior

Party Scene: I am not really the partying type, but even so, the party scene at Champlain isn't great. The school is a dry campus so most of the parties don't happen here. For parties, go off-campus or to UVM.

5 College Junior

Off-Campus Dining: Burlington has everything. Food is fantastic from KKDs to the Skinny Pancake to any other restaurant!

4 College Junior

Administration: Just be a good person overall and you'll be okay. It may be a dry campus but as long as you're quiet you're fine. Make friends with the RAs!

2 College Junior

Campus Food: It's unlimited if you're on campus. That's great. However, Sodexo is not the best and there have been multiple times where the quality of the meals were sub-par. It's also very expensive.

3 College Junior

Scholarships: It was very easy to get scholarships - I did not even have to apply for any. However, I am still struggling to pay for school and have to take out many loans.

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3 College Junior

Campus Housing: The new dorms located in Finney Quad are fantastic. I just wish that housing as a junior or senior was easier to get. Instead, it's very easy to be stuck at Spinner which I am not interested in at all.

4 College Junior

Overall Experience: I would choose this school again if I had the choice. It wasn't my first choice but I am happy with the decision.

4 College Junior

Overall Experience: The curriculums are designed to make you employable when you graduate. I feel that when I graduate I will have all the skills I need to secure a job immediately after graduation.

5 College Junior

Majors: The process for getting into my program, Web Design & Developement, was not hard nor was it different from the normal admissions process.

5 College Junior

Majors: I enjoy my program so far, and I am excited for the classes to come. The workload isn't outrageous but it can quickly overwhelm you if you don't plan accordingly.

5 College Junior

Academics: The curriculum of Web Design & Development offers a nice mixture of design and coding/programming classes. Everything you need to know to become a Front End Web Developer, you'll learn here.

5 College Junior

Academics: I love the curriculum for my program, Web Design & Development. I am doing the online program and I'm not sure if its different for on-campus program. However, I feel the curriculum is well thought out and gives the student a nice mixture of design and coding/programming classes. I feel that when I graduate I will feel confident in my skills to apply for a job anywhere.

4 College Junior

Overall Experience: So far, my teachers have been extremely helpful and polite. I've only had one teacher that wasn't great at her job, however, I was still able to learn something from the class. The class sizes have been manageable and everyone has been polite. If you do the work and apply what you are learning you will do well in your classes.

5 College Junior

Scholarships: The process was very smooth and fast. If I had any questions I was able to contact someone and receive a response fairly quickly, even during peak times.

4 College Freshman

Off-Campus Housing: Ive never had off-campus housing but most peoples apartments in Burlington are very nice.

4 College Freshman

Party Scene: If you reach out and meet different people and are respectful you will get invited to their parties at their apartments, thats your best bet.

4 College Freshman

Off-Campus Dining: Burlington has a lot of great food options and restaurants. There are plenty of places open late on the weekends and great healthy organic options everywhere.

3 College Freshman

Administration: If a student gets in trouble they have to present themselves in front of the conduct review board. I think sometimes if the student had no prior record and has good grades they should receive a warning instead.

3 College Freshman

Scholarships: I repealed my financial aid twice and brought in letters from other schools that were giving me more money before I could finally get enough money to attend the school, but I am still taking out massive amounts of loans so it is not ideal.

3 College Freshman

Campus Food: The Sodexo togo is decent. Its nice to be able to grab a bite without going into the dining hall. The food is decent but repetitive, I wish there were more healthy and fresh options.

4 College Freshman

Campus Housing: At Champlain all freshmen on campus live in renovated victorian houses. This is great because you have a smaller community no bigger than 50 kids living in a house at a time and you really get to know your housemates.

4 College Freshman

Scholarships: Scholarships are often taken into account with incoming Freshman.

2 College Freshman

Campus Food: Same food almost every week. International line provides good options though.

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The incredible feeling most students get the first time they walk through Champlain College's campus never leaves. The campus is absolutely beautiful—you always get to see familiar faces as well as meet new people, have unique leadership opportunities, and take classes that are interesting to you from the day you start. The small class sizes (25 students or less) help students form strong relationships with each other and their professors. Class discussions and hands-on projects are more common than tests. Everyone at Champlain is here to help you succeed, find your interests, practice your skills, and get a job relevant to your major after graduation. The Upside-Down Curriculum is not a scam—it's real. You can come to Champlain as a general business major and switch to marketing your sophomore year, after learning exactly what you want to do because your classes are already teaching you that.

Students at Champlain are valued in the greater-Burlington community because they have the skills employers are looking for. Students are unique because they're career-oriented, while still having a great core program that combines all of their general studies (history, literature, psychology, philosophy, art, science) for greater focus on their major. The LEAD (Life Experience & Action Dimension) program also prepares students for life after college.

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