Campion College Launches Early Offer Scheme for Prospective Students

May 1st, 2023

Today Campion College announced the launch of its Early Offer Scheme, which allows prospective students to secure their admission for 2024. In addition to fast-tracking their Letter of Offer, Early Offer Scheme applicants will receive priority allocation for on-campus accommodation and be automatically considered for a first semester scholarship. Year 12 students as well as […]

Record attendee numbers at back-to-back Summer Programs

January 25th, 2023

Campion College welcomed 90 teens to campus over the past two weeks for our back-to-back Summer Programs. The four-day retreats, which have grown in popularity in recent years, gave participants a taste of what it is like to live and study at Campion. Following icebreaker activities and a trivia night on Day 1, participants launched […]

Credit on offer for ‘Studies in Catholic Thought’ Students

September 7th, 2022

Students who complete Studies in Catholic Thought as part of their Higher School Certificate will now be eligible to receive credit towards Bachelor or Diploma studies at Campion College thanks to a new Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) agreement. The agreement, signed with Sydney Catholic Schools, applies to all NSW-based students completing Studies in Catholic […]

Students get a taste of Campion experience in first Winter Sleepover

July 20th, 2022

Campion held its first ‘sleepover’ on campus on Thursday 14-Friday 15 July. The female-only event offered a miniature Winter Program-style experience, with all attendees staying in student accommodation while attending sample lectures from Campion’s liberal arts degree. The group of girls attended a modern history lecture before meeting some of Campion’s second- and third-year Winter […]

Campion College releases Western Civilisation short course online

July 18th, 2022

Campion has launched a short introductory course on Western Civilisation that is open to everyone, regardless of age or location. Released today, Introduction to Western Civilisation offers a broad overview of key texts and ideas from the past 3000 years, including Plato’s Republic, Dante’s Divine and Nietzsche’s The Gay Science. The pre-recorded lecture series covers […]

Booked-out Winter Program goes ahead in spite of wet weather

July 12th, 2022

More than 50 high school students and undergraduates braved Sydney’s heavy rain last week to attend Campion’s much-anticipated Winter Program. Campion staff were thrilled to be able to host the Winter Program again for the first time since 2019, after having been cancelled twice due to lockdowns. Participants arrived on Tuesday afternoon and were welcomed […]

Campion to offer Honours course in 2023

June 9th, 2022

Campion College has added a major boost to its academic program with the establishment of an Honours course. Today we are happy to announce we have received accreditation to teach the course Bachelor of Arts in Liberal Arts (Honours), allowing current students to extend their degree by a fourth year, while opening the door for […]

Campion kicks off 2022 with back-to-back Summer Programs

January 31st, 2022

More than 50 participants took part in two back-to-back Summer Programs at Campion College. For many travelling interstate, it was the first time they were able to visit the Western Sydney campus, as state restrictions prevented some participants from attending last year. One interstate participant, Kiera, has been communicating with Campion staff about the degree […]

Campion Joins Partnership to Train Catholic Teachers Under New Model

November 25th, 2021

The below article appeared on NewsDio on 23 November 2021. Read the full article here. Thanks to the collaboration between Campion and Catholic Education Tasmania, Catholic teachers in the making can undertake primary and secondary school studies, incorporating some of the units in the College’s religious curriculum.   The cadet teacher training model is an […]

No overseas travel? Consider a gap year at Campion

February 12th, 2021

With 2021 shaping up to be another year of limited or no international travel, it can be tempting to give up on gap year plans altogether. But what if your gap year didn’t have to be spent living at home? What if you spent this year making friends, having fun and delving into some of […]