Aboriginal Students’ Office
Champlain Lennoxville’s Aboriginal Student Services’ approach is holistic, relationship-oriented, and is designed to connect indigenous students with their peers and the larger College community.
Students receive personal and individualized support that fosters a sense of belonging and motivation to persist in their chosen field of study.
Support services and activities seek to ensure that indigenous students experience a welcoming and inclusive community that champions academic success for all students.
- A dedicated office space where indigenous students can gather, study, and spend time together
- The Advantage Pathway in the Springboard to DCS Program that facilitates making the transition to college life through a program that offers smaller class sizes and collaborative instruction and learning opportunities
- Aboriginal ‘Cougar Buddy’ Program that pairs Aboriginal students currently studying at the College with incoming students
- Individualized academic mentoring and support from the Aboriginal Services Advisor
- Aboriginal student get-togethers and cultural/social activities that foster a sense of community within the larger student body
- Assistance in applying for scholarships and post-collegiate and university studies
News and Events:
The Champlain Lennoxville community would like to congratulate the 2018 recipients of the Dr. Roberta Cameron Aboriginal Awards: Shawna Chatterton-Jerome, Shania Chatterton-Jerome, and Danielle Robertson! These scholarships were presented by Heather Bowman, President of the Lampe Foundation. Congratulations ladies!
Want more information about Aboriginal Services at Champlain Lennoxville?
Call: Randi E. Heatherington, Aboriginal Services Advisor at 819-564-3666, ext. 163