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I graduated in 2008 with my associate's degree but decided to return to get my BS. I have to admit that I'm not what one would consider a "normal" college student. When I began at Champlain I had a young daughter. I think this helped me to focus more on myself then on those around me. I thoroughly enjoyed most of my classes at Champlain. The student body is what I consider to still be young. What I mean is that many of them come to Champlain College from home and this is their first experience being away from their parents. These students that I'm talking about are more concerned with being cool and having fun then they are about their educations. When starting I was only a year or two older then these same people but I was in a totally different mindset maybe because I was a parent or because I had already experienced life outside of my parents home. Regardless of what the other students were doing I think that the quality of education at Champlain is an A+. Some classes didn't challenge me very much but those were the entry level courses to prepare you for the more advanced stuff later on. I felt that most of the classes had plenty of assignments and projects for you to show what you had learned. The only negative experience that I can think of is communicating with my advisor. This was not the case with other advisors or with any of the professors. This individual had a history of confusing emails. Whenever I have emailed a professor I have always gotten a reply within 24 hours. Most were very kind and appraochable. The only advice that I can give is that Champlain College is a great institution. Just focus on yourself and your goals and don't worry about the students around you. Remember that you are in college to further your education.
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