The College’s General Profile
Champlain Regional College is the only English language college with multiple campuses serving three administrative regions: the Montérégie (16), the Estrie (05), and the Capitale-Nationale (03). The Québec Government defines the College as a single corporate entity, which the Board of Governors respects when dealing with issues of governance and finance. However, one of the College’s greatest strengths is the Board’s appreciation for each campus’ distinct culture and traditions, and recognition of their unique circumstances and needs.
Each campus offers a unique and rich experience to its students based on its particular history, culture, and traditions. While each campus is based in an administrative region, it is important to note that Cégeps have “open borders” and serve all regions of Québec. For example, our St. Lawrence and Lennoxville campuses regularly welcome students from the eastern regions of Québec such as the Côte Nord and Gaspésie.
The Lennoxville Campus is located in the borough of Lennoxville which is part of the City of Sherbrooke where it shares grounds and facilities with Bishop’s University. It is the English college campus based in the Estrie Administrative Region 05, which includes one other public Francophone Cégep and one private Francophone college. It offers pre-university and technical programs, as well as, extensive continuing education services at its Sherbrooke location.
The Saint-Lambert Campus is located on the border between the municipalities of Saint-Lambert and Longueuil on the South Shore of the Island of Montreal. It is the English college campus based in the Montérégie Administrative Region 16, which includes six other public Francophone Cégeps. It offers pre-university and technical programs, as well as, extensive continuing education services on and off campus.
St. Lawrence Campus
The St. Lawrence Campus is located in the borough of Ste-Foy adjacent to the City of Québec. It is the English college campus based in the Capitale-Nationale Administrative Region 03, which includes three other public Francophone Cégeps and five private colleges. It offers primarily pre-university and a limited number of technical programs.