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Summer Program

Experience college life at

Summer Program

Our immersive four-day program provides the opportunity to reside on campus and interact with like-minded peers. We have a fun-filled program including movies, trivia, dancing and sports, as well as sample lectures from our history, literature, philosophy and theology professors.

 

Female accommodation for 10-13 January is currently at full capacity. Please click the button below to join the waitlist so we can get in contact should a space become available. Alternatively, we invite you to register for 17-20 by clicking the Register Now button further down.

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Date

10-13 Jan 2023, 17-20 Jan 2023

VENUE

Campion College
8-14 Austin Woodbury Place
Toongabbie NSW 2146

Open to

Ages 16-20

PROGRAM COST

Free to attend thanks to our generous donors

Who can attend?

Summer Program is open to local and interstate high school students and recent high school graduates. Participants must be between 16 and 20. The program is ideal for students considering studying at Campion in 2023, 2024 or 2025.

Program cost

We are delighted to announce that all places in this year’s Summer Program have been fully funded by our generous donors. This means that Summer Program is free to attend for all participants but we encourage you to register ASAP as spaces are limited.

If you or someone you know would like to help us to offer free programs in the future, we invite you to click here to make a donation. You can learn more about Campion’s fundraising needs and initiatives here.

Program inclusions

• Accommodation in one of our dormitories or residential houses (males and females reside in separate residences)

• Transport to and from Sydney Airport or Toongabbie Station (if required)

• All lectures, activities and meals

Travel arrangements

Travel to and from Campion College is at the participant’s expense.

For any students traveling from regional areas or interstate, we will organise group transfers to and from Sydney Airport and Toongabbie Train Station. You will be asked to indicate your travel intentions on the registration form and provide flight/coach/train details closer to the program start date.

Participants are responsible for ensuring that they comply with any local, state or national COVID requirements relating to travel.

 

Instructions for participants arriving and/or departing via the airport

  • The group pick-up from Sydney Airport on Day 1 of the program will take place at 1.30pm. We encourage you to book flights that arrive by 1.00pm.
  • The group transfer from Campion College to the Airport on Day 4 of the program will leave around 2.30pm. Even though this is well before the end-of-work rush, Sydney traffic can be unpredictable and it may take up to 90 minutes to arrive at the airport. We encourage you to book flights from 5.30pm onwards so you have ample time to reach the airport, check-in and relax before your flight.

 

Instructions for participants arriving and/or departing via Toongabbie Station

  • The group pick-up from Toongabbie Station on Day 1 of the program will take place at 3.00pm. Toongabbie Station is on the T1/T5 Train Lines.
  • The group transfer from Campion College to Toongabbie Station on Day 4 of the program will leave around 2.30pm.

Who can attend?

Who can attend?

Summer Program is open to local and interstate high school students and recent high school graduates. Participants must be between 16 and 20. The program is ideal for students considering studying at Campion in 2023, 2024 or 2025.

Program cost

Program cost

We are delighted to announce that all places in this year’s Summer Program have been fully funded by our generous donors. This means that Summer Program is free to attend for all participants but we encourage you to register ASAP as spaces are limited.

If you or someone you know would like to help us to offer free programs in the future, we invite you to click here to make a donation. You can learn more about Campion’s fundraising needs and initiatives here.

Program inclusions

Program inclusions

• Accommodation in one of our dormitories or residential houses (males and females reside in separate residences)

• Transport to and from Sydney Airport or Toongabbie Station (if required)

• All lectures, activities and meals

Travel arrangements

Travel arrangements

Travel to and from Campion College is at the participant’s expense.

For any students traveling from regional areas or interstate, we will organise group transfers to and from Sydney Airport and Toongabbie Train Station. You will be asked to indicate your travel intentions on the registration form and provide flight/coach/train details closer to the program start date.

Participants are responsible for ensuring that they comply with any local, state or national COVID requirements relating to travel.

 

Instructions for participants arriving and/or departing via the airport

  • The group pick-up from Sydney Airport on Day 1 of the program will take place at 1.30pm. We encourage you to book flights that arrive by 1.00pm.
  • The group transfer from Campion College to the Airport on Day 4 of the program will leave around 2.30pm. Even though this is well before the end-of-work rush, Sydney traffic can be unpredictable and it may take up to 90 minutes to arrive at the airport. We encourage you to book flights from 5.30pm onwards so you have ample time to reach the airport, check-in and relax before your flight.

 

Instructions for participants arriving and/or departing via Toongabbie Station

  • The group pick-up from Toongabbie Station on Day 1 of the program will take place at 3.00pm. Toongabbie Station is on the T1/T5 Train Lines.
  • The group transfer from Campion College to Toongabbie Station on Day 4 of the program will leave around 2.30pm.

INDICATIVE PROGRAM

The Summer Program provides a wonderful opportunity to experience student life at Campion College.

Participants will take part in a range of social and academic activities. The schedule is full, but not exhausting. It will allow time for learning, making new friends, relaxation and reflection.

We will continue to monitor government guidelines to ensure delivery of all activities is COVID-Safe. Some changes to the indicative program may be required as a result.

1.30pm Airport pick-up (for relevant participants)
3.00pm Toongabbie train station pick-up (for relevant participants)
2.00pm-4.00pm Registration, room allocations and afternoon tea
4.15pm Welcome session
6.00pm Dinner
7.30pm Trivia
9.30pm Free time in houses/dorms
11.30pm Lights out!
8.00am Breakfast (Mass will be available in the Chapel from 8.00-8.30am)
9.00am What is a liberal arts education?
9.30am Academic session
11.00am Morning tea
11.30am Academic session
1.00pm Lunch
2.00pm Local bush walk
4.00pm Afternoon tea
4.30pm Free time on campus
6.00pm Dinner
7.30pm Movie night
9.30pm Free time in houses/dorms
11.30pm Lights out!
8.00am Breakfast (Mass will be available in the Chapel from 8.00-8.30am)
9.30am Academic session
10.30am Morning tea
11.00am Campion Olympics
1.00pm Lunch
2.00pm Academic session
3.30pm Afternoon tea
4.00pm Free time on campus
6.00pm Mock Formal Hall
8.00pm Free time in houses/dorms
11.30pm Lights out!
8.00am Breakfast (Mass will be available in the Chapel from 8.00-8.30am)
9.00am Academic session
10.30am Morning tea
11.00am Wrap-up session
12.30pm Pack-up
1.00pm Lunch
2.00pm Farewell
2.30pm Participant departures including airport and train station transfers
5.30pm Earliest time recommended for participant flights
1.30pm Airport pick-up (for relevant participants)
3.00pm Toongabbie train station pick-up (for relevant participants)
2.00pm-4.00pm Registration, room allocations and afternoon tea
4.15pm Welcome session
6.00pm Dinner
7.30pm Trivia
9.30pm Free time in houses/dorms
11.30pm Lights out!
8.00am Breakfast (Mass will be available in the Chapel from 8.00-8.30am)
9.00am What is a liberal arts education?
9.30am Academic session
11.00am Morning tea
11.30am Academic session
1.00pm Lunch
2.00pm Local bush walk
4.00pm Afternoon tea
4.30pm Free time on campus
6.00pm Dinner
7.30pm Movie night
9.30pm Free time in houses/dorms
11.30pm Lights out!
8.00am Breakfast (Mass will be available in the Chapel from 8.00-8.30am)
9.30am Academic session
10.30am Morning tea
11.00am Campion Olympics
1.00pm Lunch
2.00pm Academic session
3.30pm Afternoon tea
4.00pm Free time on campus
6.00pm Mock Formal Hall
8.00pm Free time in houses/dorms
11.30pm Lights out!
8.00am Breakfast (Mass will be available in the Chapel from 8.00-8.30am)
9.00am Academic session
10.30am Morning tea
11.00am Wrap-up session
12.30pm Pack-up
1.00pm Lunch
2.00pm Farewell
2.30pm Participant departures including airport and train station transfers
5.30pm Earliest time recommended for participant flights

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