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3 out of 5
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Degree: Broadcasting
Graduation Year: 2020

Champlain shines in it's great teaching staff. In everything else, it fails miserably. It became quite clear to me that the administration only wants your money. Core classes only exist to keep students at the school. These credits do not transfer anywhere else, so a lot of students struggling at the school choose to either stay and not enjoy their schooling, or they just drop out of college entirely because going anywhere else means repeating a year. Furthermore, the food is disgusting; bland, salty, coated in chemicals, unhealthy, and always the same. Good luck getting a timely email response from anyone too. If you need information from anyone who is not your professor or your advisor, be prepared to wait a long time. And sometimes, even everyone else is just as hopeless. If you've ever seen that one spongebob

5 out of 5
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Degree: Law
Graduation Year: 2011

Amazing experience, some of the best faculty I have ever had the pleasure of working with. Instructors were universally attorneys working in the field where they taught. The work is not easy, a lot of writing and deep, insightful thought is required. The instructors were easily available for assistance when needed, and appreciated creative thinking. Having worked in the courts after graduation, the classes here reflect what you will find in the real world. This is my second Master's degree, the first was earned in a brick & mortar school, but this was equally on par. Great investment, immensely helpful, I think it was money and time well spent.

4 out of 5
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Degree: Marketing
Graduation Year: 2013

Champlain College is an amazing environment for learning. The professors are challenging and make you think outside the box. While I attended multiple colleges, Champlain was by far the hardest and best college experience I had.

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4 out of 5
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Degree: Communications
Graduation Year: 2005

I had an amazing experience at Champlain. The class sizes are small enough to encourage discussion, the professors are available and there are many adjunct faculty who are working right now in the fields to which you aspire. They're always looking for ways to improve the student experience, and the campus is beautiful.

5 out of 5
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Degree: Video Game Design
Graduation Year: 2010

Excellent town, campus, faculty, and education. One of the first higher education institutions to offer video game development, and still one of the best. The price has gone up considerably over the past few years, so be aware, but be assured you will have a great experience.

4 out of 5
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Degree: Business
Graduation Year: 2012

Should not cost as muh as it did. Great teachers, loved the Champlain Abroad program - studied in Dublin for a semester. Good cafeteria food. Very fun school, just wish they had a sports program & teams.

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Degree: Educational Leadership and Administration, General
Graduation Year: 2010

Attending Champlain College online has really prepared me for a rigorous law school program. I graduated in December 2010, and I was highly engaged as a student and very competitive during my studies. I was challenged by every professor that I encountered in course work and finished in the top of my class for graduation. The professors were highly qualified & experienced judges, and lawyers who were very demanding with instructions, deadlines, online etiquette, feedback with grades, and perfection. I did my best to give them exactly what was required. Learning the rules were different for each professor but my encounter during my undergraduate years at three different schools was most invaluable as it truly prepared me for a very intense, rigorous, and tedious challenge. Independence is a must, by following the syllabus carefully, READING & PRINTING it out in it's entirety is your road map (Guide) and key to your SUCCESS. As with anything in life, Nothing is perfect, & professors are no exception. It is your responsibility as an individual to do the best that you can by always preparing yourself to go beyond what is required, by not doing the minimum just to slide being an average student. Anyone can be an average student but a great student knows he or she will have to go well beyond expectations to stand out and above your peers. Do not wait until an assignment is due at midnight to begin working on it at midnight or waiting until the night before the assignment is due to turn in a ten (10) page paper full of spelling errors, improper reference citations, and plagiarism. Trust me, most experienced professors can tell by the first sentence if it's your own words in writing. Always remember, on your first day of class online at Champlain when a professor ask you to submit an introduction of yourself is mainly to identify who you are but more importantly, establishing your writing style so they can recognize when you submit a paper that is not being written by YOU. Just a suggestion that have always worked to my advantage. Get to learn some of the staff working in the admissions office, financial aid office, and advisors by becoming friendlier instead of becoming an enemy & you will begin to see a difference in how your paperwork is being processed. You can always catch many BEES with honey than with Vinegar (Bad Attitude).

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