About Champlain Regional College

Champlain Regional College is the only English language college with multiple constituent colleges 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 constituent’s distinct culture and traditions, and recognition of their unique circumstances and needs.

Each constituent college offers a unique and rich experience to its students based on its particular history, culture, and traditions. While each constituent college 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 constituent colleges regularly welcome students from the eastern regions of Québec such as the Côte Nord and Gaspésie.

 

ORGANISATIONAL CHART

Mission

Champlain Regional College is a public, English language, post-secondary institution that provides pre-university and technical college level education and training, primarily in English, to learners in both Regular Day and Continuing Education programs. The College, through its unique multiregional structure, responds to the needs of diverse linguistic and cultural communities and contributes to the educational and socio-economic development of the regions of Québec served by Champlain Lennoxville, Champlain St. Lambert and Champlain St. Lawrence. The College is dedicated to fostering the individual success of its students and their development as well-rounded, responsible and informed citizens of the world.

Vision

Passionate about its commitment to students and inspired by its mission and values, the Champlain Regional Association’s mission is to promote equality between men and women.

College aspires to

  1. Offer unique and innovative high-quality programs and services;
  2. Graduate students who are recognized for the excellence of the knowledge and skills they have acquired;
  3. Attract and retain outstanding faculty and staff; and
  4. Be a learning-centered college.”

Values

  1. Lifelong learning for students, faculty and staff through personal growth and professional development;
  2. Excellence through striving for continuous improvement
  3. Respect for all individuals, manifested through open communications and a commitment to fairness, justice and honesty
  4. Caring through compassion, courtesy and friendliness, and a commitment to the wellness of students, faculty and staff;
  5. Collaboration in the achievement of shared goals and objectives;
  6. Stewardship through the responsible and effective use of human, physical, environmental and financial resources;
  7. A sense of community and tradition within and among all locations of
    the College.