Resources and quick links for current students
Current Student Quick Links
- Champlain Gmail
- Canvas (online classroom)
- Student Self Service (formerly WebAdvisor, view grades, program evaluation, payments)
- Tuition Reimbursement Statement
- Online Bookstore
- Software Discounts
- Enrollment Verification
- Help Desk Support Requests
Academic Support Resources
- Digital Library
- Smarthinking - 24/7 Online Tutoring
- College & Academic Policies
- Technical Requirements
- Grading Scale
Planning Tools & Information
- Online Undergraduate Programs College Catalog
- Online Graduate Programs College Catalog
- Class List (search courses)
- Academic Calendar
- Graduation Information
- Non-Collegiate Transfer Credits
Who Do I Talk To About...?
Reach out to your Academic Advisor. You can find their contact information here.
Withdrawing from a class or classes can involve critical academic and/or financial implications, especially if you are using financial aid. Please contact your academic advisor to discuss withdrawing from a course, and what those implications may be so you are fully informed in making the decision to withdraw. Your advisor will also provide you with the appropriate form to complete the withdrawal process, should that be your ultimate decision. If you are unsure of your advisor's contact information, visit our Student Support page.
If you have a documented disability that could substantially limit your ability to be successful in the online classroom, you may request reasonable academic accommodations.
Once a student has been admitted to Champlain College, the following guidelines will assist in making a smooth transition into the College:
- Submit current, comprehensive, objective, professional documentation of your disability to the Office of Accessibility.
- A staff member will contact the student before the start of the semester to schedule an appointment for discussion of; the academic accommodations process, learning needs and supporting documentation, and appropriate and reasonable academic accommodations.
- Once registered with the Office of Accessibility, it is the responsibility of the student to contact the office at the start of each semester to request that their academic accommodations be enacted.
PLEASE NOTE: It is the student's responsibility to arrange for certain provisions which are outside the scope of the Office of Accessibility and the College. These provisions include, but may not be limited to: attendant care, mobility training, items/services of a personal nature and sources of financial aid. The Office of Accessibility is available to consult with a student regarding needs and possible local resources.
Discounts for college students are available at many places and we want you to be able to take advantage of them! To receive a Champlain College Student Identification Card follow the instructions on this page and choose the "Instructions for Online Students" box.
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- Focused, individual headshot
- No hats or sunglasses
- Color photo only
- Must be in JPG format
At Champlain College Online, our policy is to ask students to confirm the state in which they are located at the time of their enrollment, and if they move while enrolled in a program, to ask students to notify us of a change of state with 30 days. A student's location may be different from their state of residence. Location information is required in order to be compliant with federal distance learning regulations. This information is stored in our CRM, and will be provided to the US Department of Education within 30 days of a written request from the Secretary. Reach out to your academic advisor or email email@example.com to make this update.