My child is home due to the COVID-19 pandemic, do I include them in my Census count?

No, do not “count” your child in your Census reporting if they would normally be living on campus right now. The College will still count your child as living on campus, despite the current situation.

I live on campus. Do I need to take the Census?

No. If you live in on-campus housing, you do not need to do anything. The College will count you in the data it reports to the U.S. Census.

I live in 194 St. Paul. Do I need to take the Census?

No. If you live in 194 St. Paul, you do not need to do anything. The College will count you in the data it reports to the U.S. Census.

I live off campus. Do I need to take the Census?

Yes. You will receive a letter in the mail with an access code. If you do not receive this or don’t have access to your mail right now due to the COVID-19 pandemic, you can still fill out the Census at https://2020census.gov/.

If you have roommates, please note ONE roommate should fill the Census out for everyone.

I am a commuter student. Do I need to take the Census?

Yes. You should be counted in your household’s Census reporting.

I was studying abroad this semester. Do I need to take the Census?

No. If you were originally supposed to be studying in another country on April 1, you are NOT counted in the 2020 Census.

I am taking classes with Champlain College Online. Do I need to take the Census?

Yes. Please click here to fill out the Census and check your home mail for a letter with your access code.

Read more about what the Census is and what it means to you as a Champlain College student in this article.

Take the Census here.