Category Archives: Announcements

Composting at Champlain College – a short survey developed by Marketing students

Sharing on behalf of: Peter Turansick, Nathaniel Topham, Henry KimberWhite, and Silvanna NajriSaladinThis survey is for MRK-340, a service learning course about marketing for non-profits and social change issues. Our project is raising awareness around composting responsible in the state of Vermont. This survey will help us gage in what areas need to be front and […]

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Champlain College Campus Food Drive, Free Lunch and Event Reminder

This year’s food drive in the IDX dining hall will benefit Chauncey’s Cupboard, the Champlain College food pantry. In exchange for your donation of six or more non-perishable food or hygiene items, Sodexo cashiers will provide a voucher for free lunch at the dining hall.  And, please mark your calendars for the Grand Opening of Chauncey’s […]

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How YOU can use the Green Revolving Fund – Next Proposal deadline is November 1, 2021

What is the GRF?  Primarily a fund that supports energy efficiency projects here on campus, BUT also has a portion available for projects proposed by Champlain College community members. The GRF aims to fund projects that:– Promote awareness and understanding of sustainability in education, campus culture and behavior– Directly or indirectly reduce Champlain’s environmental impact– […]

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National Recycling Council Awards and Student Scholarships

NRC Awards – Nominations from Campus Applied Academic Programs Encouraged – Due September 27 Spread the Word! The National Recycling Coalition announces the “Call for Nominations” for the 2021 Awards – with awards presented at the National Recycling Congress, to be held virtually on November 3-4, 2021. The NRC Awards seek to recognize the best of the […]

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AASHE Bulletin: Champlain lands #175 on the 2021 Cool Schools list + More

September 15, 2021News | Opportunities | Resources | Events | Jobs We are delighted to announce that Heather McGhee will be joining us at the AASHE Global Conference on Sustainability in Higher Education (GCSHE) for a keynote conversation about her new book, The Sum of Us: What Racism Costs Everyone and How We Can Prosper Together. Tune in on Thursday, Oct. 14 at 10 a.m. ET […]

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30 Days Until #PGC2021!

We are one month out from the October 1 launch of Project Green Challenge, our annual 30-day challenge that centers climate justice, public health, sustainability, and advocacy for students around the globe. Delve into daily challenges that focus on themes like food, fashion, waste, water, energy, and more. Win eco prizes to support your sustainable lifestyle, a spot in the PGC Finals in California, funding for Climate […]

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Fall 2021 Employee Transportation Update

A long awaited update I am sure… 😉 Parking Parking permits available to order TOMORROW August 3rd at champlain.thepermitstore.com.  This year’s improvements: Only two permit types…”Zone 1” (still free) and “Main Campus” “Zone 1” still includes Lakeside but now also has NEW FREE parking options available around Main Campus, which include City Streets, South House, […]

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Fall 2021 Commuter Student Transportation Update

Please read below for the Fall 2021 Commuter Student Transportation Updates:  Parking Parking permits are available to order TOMORROW August 3rd at champlain.thepermitstore.com.  Reminder that a parking permit is required for ALL commuters who drive to campus, regardless of where and when you park. Good news is… It’s FREE to order! The Zone 1 Commuter […]

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Fall 2021 Residential Student Transportation Update

Parking Parking permits are available to order starting August 3rd at champlain.thepermitstore.com and cost $175 per semester. Reminder that first-year students are not permitted to bring a car to campus unless a waiver has been granted PRIOR to coming to campus. See the details at champlain.edu/firstyearparking. All residential student parking is at Lakeside Avenue (with […]

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