The college bookstore has its own website, and can also be reached by telephone at (450) 923-1056. The hours of the bookstore are Monday to Thursday from 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. and Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.

College Closures

Emergency closures of the college (snow storms, hydro cut, etc.) are announced on the following radio stations:

940 AMCJADVIRGIN RADIO 96CHOM 97.7CBC Radio 95.1THE BEAT 92.5CKOI 96.998.5 FMCKAC Sports 730 AMInfo 690 AM

The following television station is contacted as well:

CBC Radio Canada – TVCTV News Montreal (Canada AM).

Course Cancellation

The College reserves the right to cancel courses for administrative reasons such as insufficient enrollment. Students who have registered for a course which has been cancelled will be informed by telephone. They may select another course or have their fees refunded.

Course Withdrawal

Students can officially withdraw from credit courses within the first 20% of the course. Example: Within the first 9 hours of a 45 hour course, 12 hours of a 60 hour course, etc. Students will be advised of the official course withdrawal date for each of their credit courses that they are registered for. If, after the official withdrawal date, students stop attending courses in which they are registered, they will receive a failing grade. Courses which have been dropped officially will not appear on the student’s transcript. Should a student choose to withdraw from a credit course(s) or fail a course(s) and as a result of this their student status changes, all fees will be recalculated. Students will either be charged the difference or sent a refund.

Withdrawing from a course(s), or failing a course(s) within your Attestation program, may make it difficult or impossible for you to continue with your program at that time, it may delay you in the completion of your program, or it may hinder your opportunity to complete the program as the College cannot guarantee that the program will be offered in the future.

Fee Payment

Fees must be paid at the time of registration. This can be done by certified cheque, cash, INTERAC, VISA or MASTERCARD.

Grading System

Students receive the marking system from each instructor at the beginning of the course in the course outline. The outline is a guide to the objective of the course, the content, methodology and evaluation system. Students must receive 60% (passing mark) which is the minimum mark for the awarding of credits.


There is a fee of $6.00* per day or you can purchase a special parking pass for the month, semester, or year. You must provide your license plate number in order to purchase your parking pass. Parking passes will be sold at the beginning of classes. No refunds on tickets or parking passes.

*Subject to change

Refund Policy

Non-Credit Course Refund

  • 100% for courses cancelled by the College.
  • 100% for withdrawals before the first scheduled class.
  • 50% for withdrawals before the second class.

All requests for refunds must be made in writing and will be considered effective the date they are received by Continuing Education.



In order to satisfy admission requirements to most universities, students require an official transcript which is sent directly from the College to the University. Requests for official transcripts may be made online from the Champlain College website. There is a charge of $5.00 for each transcript requested.