Champlain Regional College
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Champlain Regional College provides 2-year general studies for university transfer and preparation and 3-year technical/training programs for numerous vocations. The College’s Continuing Education division proffers courses, programs, and services designed to meet the myriad of educational needs of adult learners.
Champlain Regional College is an English-speaking post-secondary institution in Quebec named after the first governor of New France, Samuel de Champlain. The College is part of the "Collège d'enseignement général et professionnel" (CEGEPs) which were created in 1967 with the Quebec's government's "General and Vocational Colleges Act.” CEGEPs are tuition-free and admission is open to all Quebec residents who have a high school diploma and who meet the academic standards of the college to which one is applying.