Admissions

We’re glad that you are considering Champlain College Lennoxville for your post secondary studies. You’ve just taken the first step in becoming part of the Champlain community.

Champlain Regional College, Lennoxville Campus, is a member of the Service régional d’admission du Montréal métropolitain (SRAM). All applications must be done on-line at SRAM.

March 1 is the deadline for the first round of applications for the fall semester, and

November 1 is the deadline for the first round of applications for the winter semester.

SRAM does not acknowledge receipt of your application but you may check the status of your application by consulting the SRAM website.

 

Students who require a place in Residence must complete the required application form and submit it directly to Champlain College.

ALL APPLICANTS

Application fee (non-refundable, payable to SRAM)
Late application fee $10.00

 

FULL-TIME STUDENTS

Services related to studies* $25.00
Registration $20.00
Auxiliary services** $125.00
Student Association*** $30.00
Auxiliary service fee-Bishop's University**** $30.00
TOTAL/semester***** $230.00

*partially covers the cost of the student identification card, academic and career information, counselling, learning centre.

**partially covers the cost of access to computers, pastoral services, socio-cultural activities, financial aid services.

***collected by College and remitted to student association.

****partially covers the cost of access to the library, the sports complex, health and social services.

*****Students have the option of making a voluntary contribution to the Champlain Foundation of $10.00 upon payment of their registration fees. The aim of the current fund drive is dedicated to financing student field trips and acquiring multimedia equipment for academic purposes.

OUT-OF-PROVINCE STUDENTS

Applicants from another province are subject to additional out-of-province fees of $1508.00/semester in the 2017-2018 school year (fee subject to change by Ministerial directives).

INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS

In addition to the full-time student fees, international students pay an evaluation fee ($65.00) and a tuition fee of $6059.00/semester in the 2017-2018 school year (fee subject to change by Ministerial directives).

PART-TIME STUDENTS

A part-time student is one enrolled for less than 180 hours per semester, typically fewer than four courses.

Part-time tuition fees per hour*

  • Tuition fee for program courses $2.00/hr
  • Tuition fee for non-program courses $6.00/hr

*(Fee subject to change by Ministerial directives.)

Other part-time fees per course

  • Services related to studies $6.00
  • Registration $5.00
  • Auxiliary services $30.00
  • Auxiliary service fee-Bishop's $8.00

NOTE:  All students must pay the $30.00 Student Association fee.

FIN DE D.E.C.

Upon College approval, part-time students in their last semester taking the exact number of courses required to finish their program will only pay the Other part-time fees per course noted above plus the $30.00 Student Association fee.

OTHER FEES

Foreign transcript file opening $65.00
Late registration $50.00
Late timetable pickup (first year students only) $50.00
Duplicate transcript $5.00
Course descriptions/outlines (per course) $5.00
Duplicate tax receipt $10.00
Proof of attendance or non-attendance $5.00
NSF cheque processing $50.00
I.D. card replacement $10.00
Co-Op Option (ATE) $70.00
Equivalence Request per course (maximum $100.00) $25.00

 

REFUNDS

A full or partial refund of the $230.00 student fee is applicable if a written request is submitted to the Records office before the first day of classes:

- students who did not register for courses will receive a full refund;
- students who registered for courses will receive a refund less the $20.00 registration fee.

A partial refund of $25.00 for Services Related to Studies shall be reimbursed to students who officially withdraw from all courses prior to the course withdrawal deadline.

QUEBEC RESIDENT STATUS

Applicants who hold Quebec resident status are entitled to tuition-free education. Recognition of this status requires the submission of a copy of your valid Quebec birth certificate, or an equivalent document. Details are available on request from the Admissions or Records office.

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS

The basic admissions requirements of the College are defined by the Règlement sur le régime des études collégiales, Section II. In order to be admitted to a program leading to a Diploma of College Studies (DEC), candidates must meet the following requirements (subject to change by Ministerial directives):

1. The candidate holds a Secondary School Diploma (DES) and is in one of the following situations:

A DES holder who has not succeeded the following courses will be required to complete remedial courses:

  • Secondary V Language of Instruction,
  • Secondary V Second Language,
  • Secondary IV Mathematics,
  • Secondary IV Science and Technology,
  • Secondary IV History of Quebec and Canada.

The candidate holds a Diploma of Vocational Studies (DEP) and has successfully completed the following subjects:

  • Secondary V Language of Instruction,
  • Secondary V Second Language,
  • Secondary IV Mathematics.

The candidate received instruction deemed equivalent by the College.

2. The College may conditionally admit a person who has not successfully completed 6 credits or less. This person must sign an agreement with the College regarding completion of the missing credits during the semester.

PROGRAM-SPECIFIC REQUIREMENTS

Some programs require the completion of specific high school courses. It is advisable that students not meeting these requirements follow makeup courses during the summer preceding enrollment at Champlain.

PRE-UNIVERSITY PROGRAMS

  • SCIENCES (Pure and Applied or Health Profiles) (200.B0)
    • Chemistry 534 or 551504 or equivalent
    • Physics 534 or 553504 or equivalent
    • Mathematics 536 or 564506 or 565506 (TS or SN Level 5) or equivalent
  • COMPUTER SCIENCE AND MATHEMATICS (200.C0)
    • Chemistry 534 or 551504 or equivalent
    • Physics 534 or 553504 or equivalent
    • Mathematics 536 or 564506 or 565506 (TS or SN Level 5) or equivalent
  • SOCIAL SCIENCES (300.A0)
    • General Profile (300.30): Mathematics 416 or 568416 or 563404 (CST Level 4) or equivalent
    • Math Profile (300.31): Mathematics 526 or 564506 or 565506 (TS or SN Level 5) or equivalent
    • Commerce Profile (300.32): Mathematics 526 or 564506 or 565506 (TS or SN Level 5) or equivalent
    • Psychology Profile – The Individual (300.33): Mathematics 416 or 568416 or 563404 (CST Level 4) or equivalent
    • Criminology Profile – The Society (300.34): Mathematics 416 or 568416 or 563404 (CST Level 4) or equivalent
  • ARTS, LITERATURE AND COMMUNICATION
    • Languages and Communication Profile (500.55): No specific requirements
    • Creative Arts Profile (500.75): No specific requirements
  • VISUAL ARTS (510.A0)
    • No specific requirements
  • LIBERAL ARTS (700.B0)
    • General Profile (700.B0): Mathematics 416 or 568416 or 563404 (CST Level 4) or equivalent
    • Math Profile (700.B0):  Mathematics 526 or 564506 or 565506 (TS or SN Level 5) or equivalent

TECHNICAL PROGRAMS

  • NURSING (180.A0)
    • Chemistry 534 or 551504 or equivalent (strongly recommended)
    • Physical Science 436 or (555404 and 558404) or (557406 and 558402) or equivalent
  • SPECIAL CARE COUNSELLING (351.A0)
    • No specific requirements
  • ACCOUNTING AND MANAGEMENT TECHNOLOGY (410.B0)
    • Mathematics 436 or 564406 or 565406 (TS or SN Level 4) or 563504 (CST Level 5) or equivalent
  • COMPUTER SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY (420.A0)
    • Mathematics 526 or 564506 or 565506 (TS or SN Level 5) or equivalent

SPRINGBOARD TO DCS / DEC TREMPLIN (081.A6/081.B6)

The aim of this pathway is to provide students with the training that enables them to enroll in a program of study leading to a Diploma of College Studies (DEC).

  • No specific requirements

ADVANCED STANDING

Students who have attended a post secondary level institution or the equivalent may be considered for advanced standing. Applicants requesting advanced standing are required to submit one (1) official copy of their transcript, a written request for equivalence credit, course outlines and copies of examinations. Official transcripts are those sent directly from the institution attended.

OUT-OF-PROVINCE APPLICANTS

All out-of-province applications are reviewed and approved for admission by the Champlain-Lennoxville Admissions office. The College normally requires a high school leaving diploma equivalent to the Quebec Diploma of Secondary studies i.e. a background in Mathematics and Science equivalent to the admission requirements for Quebec students, as well as three years of French, with an overall average of 65%. Applicants from another province are subject to additional out-of-province fees of $1508.00/semester in the 2017-2018 academic year (fee subject to change by Ministerial directives).

INTERNATIONAL APPLICANTS

In addition to the full-time student fees, international students pay an evaluation fee ($50.00) and a tuition fee of $6059.00/semester in the 2017-2018 academic year (fee subject to change by Ministerial directives).

NOTE: Health and accident insurance is compulsory. All non-Canadian students must show proof of having medical insurance coverage in Canada.

RE-ADMISSION

Students who do not pass 50% of the course load in which they registered in a given semester are placed on academic probation the following semester. The student is required to meet with an Academic Advisor to sign a probation contract, which clearly indicates the number of courses to be passed. Remedial activities will also be recommended to the student to improve chances of success.

Students who do not pass more than 50% of their course load for a second consecutive semester or who repeatedly fail more than 50% of their course load while in Cégeps will be suspended from the College for up to one academic year.

These students may be re-admitted on probation under certain conditions. Students must re-apply for admission to the College. Students who are re-admitted will be required to sign a re-admission contract.

Students apply on line through the Service régional d’admission du Montréal métropolitain (SRAM). SRAM processes applications for CRC-Lennoxville and other colleges in the region. Students must fill out the application and include all required documents as indicated and the required application fee. Applications and fees must be sent directly to SRAM.

The application deadlines are:

  • March 1 for the first round for the fall semester,
  • November 1 for the first round for the winter semester.

 

Please contact our Admissions Office at 819-564-3666 ext. 124 for additional information.