January 30, 2017 – SHERBROOKE – On Friday, January 27th, Champlain College in Lennoxville was pleased to host Mme. Hélène David, Quebec Minister responsible for Higher Education. Mme. David was welcomed by the management team with whom she met to learn about the realities facing the College in supporting student success. To gain an understanding and a sense of the unique community that Champlain-Lennoxville is, she took time to visit many key projects and services throughout the afternoon.
Minister David spoke with several members of the Champlain community including students, faculty, professionals and support staff. The Minister, accompanied by Mr David Birnbaum, Parliamentary Assistant to the Minister and MNA for Darcy – McGee and Mr Guy Hardy, MNA for Saint-Francois, exchanged with employees and students about their experience at Champlain-Lennoxville, the numerous on-going projects to support student success, as well as the challenges facing the campus. Minister David’s tour included the SEXed project, the Aboriginal Student Support Services office, a student-athlete study hall, and several classes including Small Business Start-Up, Digital Design, a pediatric simulation workshop in the School of Nursing and a Sculpture class.
Champlain College-Lennoxville, a campus of Champlain Regional College, is a public institution offering instruction in English to a student population of approximately 1200 students. With excellent classroom, laboratory, residence and athletic facilities, Champlain offers its students a variety of pre-university and technical programs leading to a college diploma (DEC).
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