The Liberal Arts program at Champlain College Lennoxville taught me to be intentional in the way I engage with and communicate complex arguments and ideas. Its emphasis on clear and effective writing and its broad and varied curriculum encourages students to approach texts with a critical eye, to summarize big ideas succinctly, and to distinguish good reasoning from bad. The skills I learned in the Liberal Arts program have served me well both academically and professionally.
My years in the Liberal Arts program were incredibly formative for my future academic career, but also for my growth as a person. Not only was I incredibly well prepared by the program for the demands of university, but I was also reconnected with my love for learning. In high school I was beginning to think my dreams to study history were unrealistic and school became a dreadful place. However, when I started the Liberal Arts program I discovered my talent for writing about topics I am passionate about and learning new things by truly engaging with the subject. I rediscovered the value I had previously lost, and performed wonderfully under the engaged pedagogic style of the program, coupled of course with teachers ready to push us to always think beyond and foster critical thinking. I could not recommend this program enough for students who truly enjoy learning about history and philosophy and who desire to acquire strong research and analytical skills. For me, Liberal Arts was nothing short of life-changing.
Champlain helps us to become a better person throughout our academic path!
Champlain Lennoxville was an amazing experience. It allowed me to meet so many people and learn so much about others, but also about myself.
Champlain makes you feel like you belong to something, whether it be your program, the school or a sports team - we are all united
Champlain's greatest quality is that since it's a small school it's one united community where everyone supports everyone whether it's teachers, students or staff
The Cross-Country team drove to Turo, Nova Scotia to compete in the 2023 CCAA National Cross-Country Running Championship. Our Cougars finished 4th place in the team ranking. This is an incredible ac
Champlain College-Lennoxville stands in solidarity with our neighbour, Bishop’s University and Quebec’s Anglophone Universities.
Thank you all for joining us for our Fall Open House! We couldn’t believe how many of you visited our College over the weekend. We had so much fun chatting with you! Couldn’t make it last
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