Residential House Campaign in honour of
Fr Stenhouse MSC
The next phase of the Master Development Plan of our heritage campus has begun!
Part of the plan includes four new residential houses built to accommodate College’s growing community of students.
Fr Stenhouse was a renowned scholar and had a deeply Catholic perspective of the liberal arts and of the nature of Campion as a Catholic liberal arts institution. We at Campion College think it fitting to honour the late Fr Paul Stenhouse MSC by naming one of our residential homes in his memory.
We need to raise $1.5 million for Stenhouse Hall and invite you to consider being a a gift for this development. Your support is greatly appreciated.
The importance of residential halls
Support our growing student body to reside on campus
Without new accommodation, students from interstate, rural and regional areas will not be able to reside at the College.
Each twin-share bedroom features a dedicated study area and en suite, ensuring students have everything they need for harmonious and independent living on campus.
Residential halls are conveniently located on campus, close to academic and dining facilities whilst detached from the main study areas to provide residential privacy.
Campion’s Master Development Plan
This image showcases the past, present and future development plans of our Toongabbie campus. The Academic Centre can be seen in the centre of the image, with additional residential houses at the bottom and rear of the image.
Campion College is a Deductible Gift Recipient (DGR), approved by the Australian Taxation Office. There are three ways to donate:
Click below to complete our secure form below.
To speak with someone about making a gift over the phone, please call 1300 792 747
Make a gift into the College’s bank account
Account Name: Campion College Fund
BSB: 062 784
Account No: 100008453
Reference: (StenHall and Your Name)
Reasons to support the Stenhouse Hall campaign
Campion College is a unique institution in the Australian higher education landscape, and this Capital Appeal Campaign captures important aspects of its uniqueness. As universities increasingly go online, and university colleges struggle, Campion is building new residential houses to allow students from across Australia to be a part of a community of learning. And, as libraries are reducing in size, Campion is committing to housing its physical collection in an improved purpose-built space. Appropriately, the capital campaign for one of the houses it will finance are named after a long-time friend of Campion, and important recent figure in Australian Catholicism, the late Fr Paul Stenhouse MSC. I commend this Campaign to your prayerful consideration.
Rev Dr Adam Walk
Chairman of Campion College Australia
Campion is important for Australian higher education. It is recognized as a distinctive institution that has achieved a premier position among universities with a quality Bachelor of Arts degree, attracting one of the highest student satisfaction rates in Australia. Its current building program of a new library and academic center will enhance the College. New student houses will strengthen communal life of the students. I wholeheartedly support Campion’s Capital Appeal, and urge everyone to support generously this brave venture of a Catholic liberal arts college.
Cardinal George Pell AC
Prefect Emeritus of the Secretariat for the Economy
I believe that Campion College stands out as the sole Higher Education institution dedicated to the teaching and understanding of the great ideas and thinkers of the West. I fully endorse this project that will enable the College to further fulfil its mission as Australia’s only educational institution dedicated to the liberal arts.
Columnist at The Daily Telegraph
THE CAMPION FOUNDATION
The Campion Foundation is a private, non-profit organisation which supports the work and mission of Campion College through fundraising. The Foundation works closely with the college to ensure that gifts provided are directed to the most important areas and used with the greatest possible efficiency.