Campion College retains top spot for most engaged students in Australia
Australia’s premier liberal arts college has held its place as the nation’s top institution for learner engagement.
According to the latest Student Experience Survey released by the federal government’s Quality Indicators for Learning and Teaching (QILT), 97.8% of Campion College students surveyed were positive about their interactions with staff and students. This places Campion College as the #1 institution in Australia for learner engagement for four years running.
Campion was also ranked third in the country for the quality of its entire educational experience for undergraduate students with a satisfaction rating of 95.5%. This result places Campion more than 24 per cent higher than the national average.
Above average scores were maintained for all metrics, with Campion ranking among the top 10 institutions nationally for teaching quality, skills development, learning resources and student support.
Campion president Dr Paul Morrissey said he was extremely proud of the results, which reflect the commitment of the college’s academics and professional staff to fostering an enriching and supportive community of learning.
“These results are a testament to the unique study environment on offer at Campion.”
“While many institutions view higher education through the lens of career readiness, Campion focuses on formation of the whole person – intellectual, social, spiritual and vocational.”
“This focus ensures students have the knowledge and tools to thrive in all spheres of life and is no doubt a key factor in the engagement levels of our students.
Campion’s undergraduate program provides students with an integrated understanding of the events, ideas, personalities and works which have shaped Western culture. Students undertake systematic study in history, literature, philosophy, theology and science, with optional units in mathematics, Classical Latin and Classical Greek.
From Semester 1 2023, Campion students will have the opportunity to extend their undergraduate studies by enrolling in the college’s newly accredited honours program. The Bachelor of Arts in Liberal Arts (Honours) is also open to external undergraduates interested in extended scholarship in history, literature, philosophy or theology.
Further information is available at www.campion.edu.au/courses