Champlain Regional College

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Champlain Regional College
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Established April 7, 1971
Type Collegiate
Students 4,861 (Fall 2010 - at all 3 campuses combined) [1]
Location Quebec, Canada
Campus Locations Lennoxville, Saint-Lambert, Quebec City
Colours Silver and blue          
Affiliations ACCC, CCAA, QSSF
Website www.champlaincollege.qc.ca
Brandmark and crest images © Champlain Regional College

Champlain Regional College was founded in 1971 and named in honour of Samuel de Champlain, the first governor of New France. The College offers post-secondary pre-university (Collegiate), technical and training programs to communities in three distinct regions of Quebec.

History[edit]

The college was named after Samuel de Champlain. The college traces its origins to the merger of several institutions which became public ones in 1967, with the creation of Quebec's CEGEPs and the collegiate system.

Campus[edit]

Located in Quebec, Canada, the College is a public English-language educational institution which is composed of administrative offices in Sherbrooke and three campuses: Champlain College Lennoxville in the Lennoxville borough of Sherbrooke, Champlain College Saint-Lambert in Saint-Lambert on Montreal's South Shore, and Champlain College St. Lawrence in the Quebec City area.

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English-language Colleges:

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Coordinates: 45°30′10″N 73°33′27″W / 45.50278°N 73.55750°W / 45.50278; -73.55750