Campion Shines in Student Experience Survey
Campion College has scored well above the average in the national Student Experience Survey, commissioned by the Federal Government.
Published this week, the details of the combined 2015 and 2016 SES highlight the quality teaching and learning environment at Campion College. This Survey combines data from student responses, divided into six key areas of the student experience. The SES allows comparison between institutions across the nation, most particularly through the identification of the national average in each of these key areas.
Campion College has scored above the national average in every single aspect of the student experience, reflecting out commitment to a quality, personal, Liberal Arts Education. Most noteworthy, Campion scored 96.8 % in 'Overall Quality of Educational Experience' compared to a national average of 79.9%, and 96.8% in 'Teaching Quality', which sits well above the national average at 81.5%. The full chart of the six areas surveyed in the SES are below, and can also be accessed here: Student Experience Survey
The College is proud of the quality and dedication of our staff to building a distinctive, personal, and effective teaching and learning experience. We are pleased to see that this work is reflected in the quality of the Campion experience.
|Student Experience - Undergraduate
|Campion College Australia
|Overall quality of educational experience
The percentage of undergraduate students who rated their overall educational experience positively, based on a single question in the SES.
The percentage of undergraduate students who rated the quality of teaching they have received positively.
The percentage of students who rated their engagement with learning at their institution positively, for example the frequency of online or face to face discussions, and whether they had a sense of belonging at their institution. Learner engagement results do not include students studying by distance education.
The percentage of students who rated the learning resources provided by their institution positively, for example access to computers, libraries and teaching facilities.
The percentage of students who rated the support they received at their institution positively, for example whether enrolment systems, learning advice, careers advisors and health services were available and helpful.
The percentage of students who rated their skills developed through their studies positively.