Champlain Regional College is one of Quebec’s provincial education systems CEGEPs ("Collège d'enseignement général et professionnel"). The school offers two year general programs leading to university studies and three year technological programs serving a wide variety of interests. Champlain Regional College was the fourth of the English language colleges and was established on April 7, 1971.
As a CEGEP located on a university campus, Champlain Lennoxville offers its students complete access to university facilities. Classrooms, library, laboratories, residences, athletics, and dining facilities are shared by university and college students.
The Winder Residence Complex is composed of apartment style residences and houses 317 students. Each student is allocated a completely furnished single room, which forms part of a 3 or 4 bedroom apartment, each apartment includes a kitchen, dining area, living room, and bathroom.
All full-time Champlain Lennoxville students are admitted into the John H. Price Sports and Recreation Centre.
The four laboratories are open to students of the Computer Information Systems career program as well as to students currently or previously enrolled in CIS option courses. They are also used by students from other disciplines in which the computer laboratory is part of their curriculum. A fee of $20.00 per semester is charged to all students to cover the use of the lab.
Modified on July 08, 2014