Champlain Regional College is an English-language CEGEP with three disparate locations in Sherbrooke, Montreal and Quebec City.
The Lennoxville campus, in a suburb of Sherbrooke, shares space with Bishop’s University and offers pre-university diploma programs as well as technical programs. The campus has six co-ed residences divided into three- or four-bedroom apartments with kitchenettes. The campus also has a “recreational activities technician” who coordinates extracurricular activities such as leadership-training programs, volunteering, special events, clubs and trips.
On the south shore of Montreal, the Saint-Lambert campus has just under 3,000 students and offers pre-university programs including digital arts and new media, language and culture, science, and law and civilization. Technical programs at this campus include entrepreneurship, sports marketing and management, tourism management, computer science technology and nursing.
The St. Lawrence campus, located in Quebec City, is the only English-language college in the region. It offers predominantly pre-university programs including sciences, social sciences, arts, literature and languages. It also has two technical programs in accounting and management technology, and bilingual tourism. There are many different social activities on campus at St. Lawrence, including a debate club, a theatre troupe, an entrepreneurship club and an improv club.