The Foundation’s Statement of Purpose
The Champlain College Saint-Lambert Foundation is a nonprofit organization established in 1986 to support the growth and success of Champlain College Saint-Lambert. Its mandate is to generate resources for the College to assist in its continued dedication to fostering the individual success of its students and their development as well-rounded, responsible and informed citizens of the world. The Foundation raises funds for a variety of College needs including capital improvements, new equipment acquisition, student awards and scholarships, learning resources, extracurricular activities and endowments.
Why Support the College
Champlain College Saint-Lambert strives to ensure that its students are at the front and centre. With your donation, the College becomes an even better education experience. By raising much needed funds other than those supported by government funding, the College will be able to succeed in its mission to foster the individual success of its students and their development as well-rounded, responsible and informed citizens of the world.
Foundation Directors and Members
- Michael Newton, President
- Don Shewan
- Vince Amato
- Maria Bologna
- Paul Conway
- Pino Di Ioia
- Vincent Gagné
- Georges Germain
- Ed Polak
- Patrizia Polifroni
- Robert Taylor
- Kevin Thornhill
- George Wallace
- Budd Newton
- Nadia Gallo
- Bill Aubé
Ethical Fundraising & Financial Accounting Code
The Champlain College Saint-Lambert Foundation Board of Directors has adopted Imagine Canada’s Ethical Fundraising and Financial Accountability Code as its policy. In so doing, members of the governing board commit to being responsible custodians of donated funds, to exercise due care concerning the governance of fundraising and financial reporting, and to ensure to the best of their ability that the organization adheres to the provisions of the Code.
Congratulations to the 2018 Scholarship Winners
On November 29th, 2018, forty students shared $30,000 in scholarships for their exceptional academic performance. The recognition and encouragement of student achievement are at the very heart of the College’s mission. Best wishes for more success in the future!
Champlain College Saint-Lambert Foundation Scholarships
Entrance Scholarships valued at $750 are awarded to the student in each program who attained the highest average in high school. We congratulate this year’s winners:
Emmanuelle Del Guidice – Health Science
Xavier Caron – Pure & Applied Science
Simon Langlois – Computer Science and Mathematics
Angela Victoria Sucre Medina – Social Sciences: General
Justine Lambert – Social Science: Commerce
Éliane Rochelet – Social Science: Criminology
Andrée-Anne Tremblay – Social Science: Education
Lisa Medjdoub – Social Science: Psychology
Derek Bélisle-Lawless – Social Science: World Studies
Roxanne Potvin – Social Science: World Studies with Mathematics
Vanessa Lépine – Language & Culture
Roxie Lapierre – Digital Arts & New Media
Chantale Brider – Film & New Media
Camille Grondin-Gagné – Law and Civilization
Ariane Turcotte – Law, Civilization and Mathematics
Kayla Lafleur – Nursing
Kibele Gibeau – Entrepreneurship
Juliana Picard – Sport Marketing & Management
Andrea Sofia Guerra Carranza – Tourism Management
Alexandra Adelaida Mormontoy De la Vega – Computer Science Legacy to Mobile
General Education Scholarships
Candidates who have completed 2 semesters in their pre-university or 4 semesters in their technical program are eligible for these $750 scholarships. The successful candidate has achieved the highest academic average in the required General Education courses.
Congratulations to Isabela Adelina Gorea – Pre-University Program and Rachelle Patenaude – Career Program.
The Excelso Scholarship is given to the incoming student with the highest overall average from high school, selected outside of the pool of program-based entrance scholarship winners.
Congratulations to Dzmitry Fiodarau – Health Science for winning this award.
Bourses d’excellence Desjardins
The Caisses Desjardins de la Rive-Sud de Montréal awards scholarships to students enrolled full-time in a program who have obtained the highest R-Score in the first year of their studies without any failed courses. Each award is valued at $750.
Rachel Beaudoin – Health Science
Kevin Constantineau – Pure and Applied Science
Isabelle Larivière – Computer Science & Mathematics
Sandrine Boisvert – Social Science: General
Florence Tardif – Social Science: Commerce
Nadya Goorachurn – Social Science: Criminology
Océane Rioux – Social Science: Education
Catherine Champagne – Social Science: Psychology
Justine Rey – Social Science: World Studies
Béatrice Couturier Caron – Social Science: World Studies with Mathematics
Annabelle Garon – Language and Culture
Lucas Farias Tousignant – Digital Arts and New Media
Katherine Enderle – Film and New Media
Hannah Fortin – Law and Civilization
Rose Savaria – Law, Civilization and Mathematics
Maxime Firth – Nursing
Juan Sebastian Munoz Parra – Entrepreneurship
Thomas Atchison – Sport Marketing & Management
Sarah-Mychèle Parisé– Tourism Management
Kristian Kurktchiev – Computer Science Legacy to Mobile