Champlain Regional College was founded in 1971 and named in honour of Samuel de Champlain, the first governor of New France. He was a man whose accomplishments reflect the strength of his intellect, the breadth of his imagination and the quality of his judgment.
Located in Quebec, Canada, Champlain Regional College is a public post-secondary English-language educational institution which is composed of administrative offices in Sherbrooke and three campuses: Champlain-Lennoxville in Sherbrooke, Champlain-St. Lambert in St. Lambert, and Champlain-St. Lawrence in the Quebec City area.
Champlain Lennoxville was opened in 1972. It is located in the rolling hills of the Eastern Townships on a campus which it shares with Bishop’s University, in the bilingual borough of Lennoxville (population 5,800).