Updates on the Coronavirus (COVID-19)

Most Recent Posts

  • Messages from the College
    • Message from the Registrar’s Office: Fall Update #9 (8/3/20)
    • Message from Student Affairs & Residential Life – Fall Update #8 (8/1/20)
    • Faculty & Academic Staff Briefing #40 (7/31/20)
    • Message from the People Center: Return to On-Campus Work (7/28/20)
    • Message from Student Affairs & Residential Life – Fall Update #7 (7/24/20)
    • Faculty & Academic Staff Briefing #39 (7/24/20)
  • FAQs
    • Returning to Vermont & Testing (8/2/20)
    • Fall 2020 Housing (8/1/20)
    • Quarantine (8/1/20)
    • Move-In (8/1/20)
    • Dining (8/1/20)
  • Town Hall Recording: Returning Students (7/31/20)
  • Working During COVID 19: Resources for Faculty and Staff (7/29/20)
  • Town Hall Recording: Incoming Students (7/24/20)

Messages From the College

(May 21, 2020–present)

Read all communications sent to the Champlain community regarding the impact of COVID-19 (organized by sending office, in chronological order, beginning with the most recent).


Previous Messages From the College

(March 2–May 20, 2020)

Read all communications sent to the Champlain community regarding the impact of COVID-19 (organized by sending office, in chronological order, beginning with the most recent).


Frequently Asked Questions

Find answers to questions about Campus Operations, Academics for Students and Faculty, Residence Halls & Student Services, Student Employees, International Students, Study Abroad, Faculty & Staff policies, Events, How You Can Help and COVID-19.


Working During COVID 19: Resources for Faculty and Staff

Find specific information for faculty and staff related to COVID-19.


COVID-19 Resources and Information

Find links to resources and information about COVID-19. Learn more about COVID-19, including symptoms and tips on how to keep yourself healthy.


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