Like other universities and tertiary colleges, Campion moved all classes online during Semester 1 in responde to the Covid-19 pandemic. We are delighted to announce a return to face-to-face classes for Semester 2. Click here to read the full statement.
Welcome to Campion, Australia’s first liberal arts college!
Located in Sydney, Campion offers a broad program in the liberal arts, educating students in humanities and sciences which lie at the core of the Western intellectual tradition. In doing so, our curriculum prepares students for both work and life.
With the highest student satisfaction rates of any tertiary education provider in Australia and the #1 Bachelor of Arts degree according to the latest Quality Indicators for Learning and Teaching (QILT) results, Campion offers an unparalleled educational experience, giving students a huge advantage in securing a career post studies.
Bachelor of Arts in the Liberal Arts
Campion’s three-year undergraduate degree offers a uniquely integrated study of history, literature, philosophy and theology.
Diploma of Liberal Arts
Students complete the first year of Campion’s Bachelor degree, undertaking Level 100 units in the core disciplines.
Diploma of Classical Languages
Undertaken concurrently with the Bachelor of Arts in the Liberal Arts, students learn Latin and Ancient Greek.
Graduate Certificate in Religious Education (Primary)
Professional development for Religious Education teachers or postgrad students seeking a foundational degree in theology.
10 Reasons to Study at Campion
1. Number 1 Bachelor of Arts in Australia
2. Number 1 in Australia for learner engagement
3. 100% graduate satisfaction
4. Australia’s standout institution for Western Civilisation studies
5. Campion fosters a love of learning
6. Learn how to think, not what to think
7. Combine studies in the liberal arts and classical languages
8. Campion nurtures an authentic Catholic environment
9. Campion provides a foundational education for life
10. Campion is endorsed by prominent public figures
Campion College offers a range of scholarships that reward students for excellence and assist individuals who might otherwise struggle financially to undertake tertiary studies. We encourage you to review the different scholarships on offer by visiting the page below and get in touch if you have any questions about scholarships, fees and enrolment.
Campion College’s student accommodation facilities are all on-site, located within the grounds of the College. There are two kinds of student accommodation available: residential dormitories and residential houses. Male and female students reside in separate residential areas and we offer a number of additional services and amenities including catered meals. All students who receive a letter of offer are eligible to apply.
The Winter 2020 edition of Campion's quarterly newsletter, Campion's Brag, is now available to read online. In this edition, read about our $5000 Early Enrolment Scholarship for 2021, a defence of the humanities and why they're worthwhile studying, written by Dr...
Campion's Winter Workshop lecture, "Art, Science and Religion in the Renaissance" is now available to view online. Dean Dr Luciano Boschiero gave the lecture as part of a series of 'Winter Workshops' held for prospective students on campus during the mid-year break in...
Campion lecturer Dr Jeremy Bell has written an editorial for The Catholic Weekly reflecting on the death penalty, in light of the recent death sentences carried out on prisoners in the United States. The article is reprinted below with permission from the author: Last...
Campion alumna Anna Hitchings has written a strong defence of the study of the humanities and the arts for Catholic Voice, the Canberra-Goulburn Archdiocese's newspaper. In it she explains how her own experience of Campion's liberal arts degree has helped her in every...
Campion College will welcome students back to its Sydney-based campus for the second semester of 2020. With preparations being made for a return to face-to-face classes later this month, President Dr Paul Morrissey said he and the other staff are looking forward to...
Campion Dean and history lecturer Dr Luciano Boschiero has used an Italian fresco from the Renaissance to illustrate why the humanities are inherently valuable and worth studying, in a piece for the Catholic Weekly. If you would like a simple and clear artistic...