Champlain College's male-to-female ratio is about 60/40. Having a male-dominant campus somewhat affects the dating scene, but common interests in studies and clubs are so strong that people get really close at Champlain. Also, people get very close within the residence halls in their first year, developing friendships and sometimes more, that last throughout college and beyond.
The more involved you are on campus, the better. When people see you, you're more likely to attract others. People relate to each other with common interests, including: playing video games, the same intramural sports, working out at the wellness center, skiing and snowboarding during the winter months, being in the same club, or being in the same major or elective classes. There is a good balance between people being reserved and being promiscuous at Champlain. Champlain is far from a school practicing abstinence, but it's not full of rabbits, either. Often, Champlainers don't let relationships interfere with their professional studies. Champlain students are very career-driven and like to have good, clean fun in the meantime rather than being tied down.