|Ethnicity Breakdown||Asian||Black||Caucasian||Hispanic||Middle Eastern||Native American||Pacific Islander|
|Champlain College Students||5%||14%||69%||16%||2%||2%||1%|
|All Bold.org College Students||12%||22%||36%||25%||2%||2%||1%|
These schools are similar to Champlain College in key aspects like size, setting, and academics.
50% of students
The professors I had for my major are very well informed and made me feel that I'm not a "prospective" game designer, but that I am one. Professors make themselves readily available for insistence, albeit some are better about it than others. My social life at the school has been pretty amazing for someone that tends to have trouble communicating, the community at the school is quite friendly. It also helps that the school has various discords for students to find their niche in and reach out to others. The clubs are pretty varied and if you can't find what you're looking for there will be staff and students happy to help you start your own (it's encouraged, actually). The student center is helpful for the most part but suffers from typical issues of sometimes making a small problem go on for too long. The communication gets a bit messy, especially if they make you travel to the building to continue discussing your problem. The dorms are decent (especially if you're not a freshman) and the buildings are rather nice as well.
The food is a major downside to the school, to the point many students have gotten sick from it. There are days where it is notably better than others but I've personally skipped out on eating there because of not finding something I could stomach. The disability resource center has similar issues as the student center with making the process go on longer than it needs to, and it has caused me undue stress. Which has even encouraged me to not reach out about renewing my accommodations for the following semester. Things like campus safety are relative to how you address it. It's safe to walk on campus for the most part even in the wee hours of the morning; however, there is a prominent sexual assault issue at the school. It is poorly handled and it has been taken up to the higher-ups in the education board who continue to do nothing about it. It'd be unfair of me to not include this here as it does make the environment more anxiety-inducing for those more at risk of SA.
The availability of classes and professors is great, including the coursework. Excellent campus life, there really is something for everyone.