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.
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.
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.
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The offices were successively located in the former Lennoxville high school, on the Bishop’s/Champlain campus, in the J.S. Mitchell building in Sherbrooke and in the former Leblanc school in the old northern district of Sherbrooke.
In the spring of 1995, the employees moved to a new location, a heritage residence built in the late 1920s that had served as a convent and private school.
The team of employees in Sherbrooke coordinates all of the college’s activities and also takes care of more specific services such as purchasing, payroll, accounting, finance and administration, human resources, systems development as well as government liaison.
1301 Portland Boulevard
Tel: (819) 564-3600
Fax: (819) 564-3649
Champlain College Lennoxville was opened in 1972. It is situated in the Eastern Townships on an attractive site which it shares with Bishop’s University.
The fact that Champlain College Lennoxville is located in a scenic rural setting has proven to be very attractive to increasing numbers of students who seek an alternative to having to continue their post-secondary education in an urban environment. As a CEGEP located on a university campus, Champlain College Lennoxville offers its students complete access to university facilities. Classrooms, library, laboratories, residences, athletics, and dining facilities are shared by university and college students.
Since the vast majority of students come from outside the Sherbrooke-Lennoxville area, a 318 bed apartment-style residence complex has been constructed where the comforts and privacy of residence life can be enjoyed.
Champlain College Lennoxville
2580 Rue College,
Tel: (819) 564-3666
Fax: (819) 564-5171
Champlain – St. Lawrence College was founded as a private boys’ school in Ste-Foy in 1958 by Maurice Cardinal Roy. As a classical college affiliated to Laval University, St. Lawrence offered an eight year program – High School and College – leading to a Bachelor of Arts degree.
In 1965, St. Lawrence became a coeducational institution when it accepted the students of the neighboring Marymount College which was closing.
St. Lawrence has been located in various places during its evolution. In 1958, it started in the Grand Séminaire of Laval University; in 1964, it moved to its own facilities on Wolfe Avenue, which were sold to the Régionale de Tilly seven years later; then, in 1972, to the “old bowling alley” on Jean-Dequen; and finally, in 1977, to its present new facilities at 790 Nérée-Tremblay.
As St. Lawrence changed its location, it also changed as an educational institution. After the Parent Report and the emergence of the present collegial system, the High School and B. A. programs were phased out, and St. Lawrence, now a CEGEP, was first affiliated with Collège Ste-Foy and then, with Vanier College of Montreal. On July 1, 1972, St. Lawrence became a constituent of Champlain Regional College.
As a member of the collegial community, St. Lawrence has taken the best of its traditions and combined them with the innovations of the present collegial system to produce students who can face the future with confidence.
Champlain – St. Lawrence College
Canada G1V 4K2
Tel: (418) 656-6921
Fax: (418) 656-6925
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Champlain College Saint-Lambert is a constituent of Champlain Regional College located on the South Shore of Montreal within a short 10-minute walk from the Longueuil-Université de Sherbrooke Métro station. The constituent college offers both pre-university and technical DEC programs through the regular division as well as attestation of studies (AEC), recognition of acquired competencies courses (RAC) and non-credit courses and activities through the Continuing Education Department. There are approximately 3,000 students enrolled at Saint-Lambert.
Saint-Lambert students come from diverse cultural backgrounds and speak a variety of languages which provides the constituent college with a friendly, enriching and multicultural environment where students meet new people and live new experiences. At Saint-Lambert, we believe our size is our strength. Teachers can take the time to get to know their students and give them personal attention and feedback. Students also have easier access to a variety of support services, such as tutoring, counseling, academic advising, library services, athletics to name a few.
For more information regarding our courses and/or our program offerings, please contact us.
Champlain College Saint-Lambert
900 Riverside Drive
Tel: (450) 672-7360
Fax: (450) 672-9299