Orientation sessions for incoming first-year students will be held on August 19th and 20th on campus at the Centennial Theatre (B4).
Please find below the date and time you will need to be present on campus for orientation depending on your program:
For students registered in: Social Science General, Commerce and Math
Orientation will be on Thursday, August 19 from 9 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
For students registered in: Social Science Criminology and Psychology
Orientation will be on Thursday, August 19 from 1 p.m. to 4:30 p.m.
For students registered in: Nursing, Special Care Counseling, Accounting Management Technology, Computer Science Technology
Orientation will be on Friday, August 20 from 9 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
For students registered in: Springboard, Science, Arts Literature Communication, Visual Arts, Liberal Arts
Orientation will be on Friday, August 20 from 1 p.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Please note that your presence is mandatory. If you cannot attend because of work or medical reasons, please contact Laura Beausse by MIO.
Click here to view our new Student Guide.
Here’s what you will find in the Student Guide: information on Orientation, your to-do list to prep for next Monday, the dining options on campus, a list of people to contact if you have questions, and more.
The College may have modified your course schedule. If you need to make adjustments or add courses, you may do so from August 23rd to August 27th. To make an appointment with an Academic Advisor, contact Student Records.
The official Ministry deadline to drop a course (have it removed from your schedule) is September 19, 2021.
You must communicate with your Academic Advisor by this date to remove any courses that you are NOT attending from you schedule; otherwise, they will remain on your permanent academic transcript as failures.
All students are required to have a student I.D. card, which is in a digital format and accessible in Omnivox. Students who are unable to submit a photo through Omnivox will need to inform Student Records.
If you do not wish to have your photo, image, or video captured at Champlain College sponsored activities or events and published for promotional purposes, a Student Photo/Image/Video Refusal form is attached for you to sign and return. Students under 18 years old require a legal guardian to sign their form.
All new students will receive, in OMNIVOX (documents), a Login Account with a Username and Password, which gives you access to the Champlain computers and other access listed below:
There is free WiFi in the Champlain Building. Select the CRC-LENNOX network and enter your Username and Password when prompted.
To access Office 365 go to www.office.com (this link is also on the on the Champlain website). Your Office 365 account is your Username followed by @crc-lennox.qc.ca (LE1234567@crc-lennnox.qc.ca) and the Password is your Champlain Computer Password.
All coursepacks and textbooks can be purchased online by accessing the following site: https://BookstoreLen.crc-sher.qc.ca
Orders can be shipped to your home for only $5 +tx, or free delivery to Champlain Residences, or “pick-up” at the college. If “pick-up” is selected, you will be contacted through MIO with your pick-up time.
Purchases will be available starting Monday, August 16, 2021.
The new bookstore is now open! It is located at the reception area of the front lobby. If you have other questions concerning books or merchandise, please email email@example.com.
Please visit our new online store to equip yourself with Cougar gear https://store.crc-lennox.qc.ca/ or stop by to see us.
Payment methods include cash, credit or debit card.
At the beginning of each semester each student will receive a $5.00 credit for printing in the Champlain building. The cost is 10 cents/page or 14 cents for recto-verso (both sides) or color print is 14 cents/page or 20 cents for recto-verso. To purchase print credit, students may contact Student Records.
You must respect your move-in date and time without exception.
Only new students will receive a move-in time. It will be communicated to them individually.
For any inquiries about the Champlain residence, please email Residence@crcmail.net. Please note that parking passes for the Champlain Residences must be purchased for students who wish to park at the residence.
Come visit the Champlain Students’ Association (CSA) in the Mountain House building (SUB building).
Monday to Thursday 9:00 to 4:00
Pick up your free agenda at the Champlain Students’ Association (CSA) office during your Orientation day tour. If you missed Orientation, simply stop by the Melanie Alden’s office located in the Mountain house – SUB building (MOU #15) during office hours.
Limited quantities. First come, first served!
Parking Permits are now available for purchase through the HotSpot Parking app.
– P1-P2 only $237.00 for the year
– P1-P2 only $133.00 for the semester
Bus passes are now available for purchase at the STS Office, Limocar or Pharmaprix Carrefour de l’Estrie. Once you have your card La Vermeilleuse, you can stop by our bookstore to reload it every month. For more information, you may contact the bookstore at firstname.lastname@example.org.
All new students to Champlain Lennoxville are required to participate in a mandatory Sexual Violence training. More information on this will follow before the start of classes.
The professors in your theory classes will tell you when your labs will begin.
Lockers in the Champlain building will not be available this year due to health and safety concerns. Students who require a locker with extenuating circumstances should contact email@example.com.