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Winter Program Registrations Are Now Open

Do you know a Year 11 or 12 student with an interest in Campion College or the liberal arts? Our immersive three-day program provides the opportunity to reside on campus, experience college life and interact with like-minded peers. We have a fun-filled...

Rod Dreher Tour a success

Bestselling author Rod Dreher spent a week down under to discuss his book The Benedict Option, and address the unique plight Christians find themselves in. Hundreds of people turned up to hear him speak in Brisbane, Sydney and Melbourne. In Brisbane and...

Rod Dreher Meets Students

Bestselling author Rod Dreher arrived in Australia this week ahead of his speaking tour. He visited Campion yesterday to see the college and meet its students. Mr Dreher joined the students at lunch and spent a couple of hours chatting with them. Mr Dreher...

Shakespeare and Popular Culture Conference

12-13 October 2019 TICKETS NOW ON SALE William Shakespeare remains arguably the most popular and enduring writer in English history. Although enormously successful in his own time, his influence has only continued to strengthen, with both his work and the playwright...

Remembering Les Murray

Les Murray is regarded as one of Australia’s greatest poets. A longtime friend and supporter of Campion College, Mr Murray was dubbed our ‘Poet Laureate’ after his visit to the college in August 2015. During this visit, Mr Murray recited several...

Campion College degree rated Australia’s #1 BA

  Campion College Australia boasts the most highly-rated Bachelor of Arts degree in the country by student satisfaction, according to the latest Quality Indicators for Learning and teaching (QILT) results. The undergraduate Student Experience Survey for...

Beware the choke tackle of Diversity Inc

By Stephen ChavuraIn the seminal textbook of liberalism, On Liberty (1859), John Stuart Mill depicted a Victorian England full of prudishness and prejudice, describing social convention, rather than the government, as the greatest threat to freedom of...

Beware the choke tackle of Diversity Inc

By Stephen ChavuraIn the seminal textbook of liberalism, On Liberty (1859), John Stuart Mill depicted a Victorian England full of prudishness and prejudice, describing social convention, rather than the government, as the greatest threat to freedom of...

30 Students Matriculate at Campion

This week, Campion College welcomed 30 new students. The cohort for 2019 was matriculated into the college, receiving their academic gowns and signing Campion's Matriculation Book as part of the ceremony. It was a sunny summer's day and the new...

Campion student featured in The Australian

Campion College is very proud of its third-year student Elisabeth Fanning, who has written a thoughtful reflection on why she chose to buck the trend of her generation and study a Liberal Arts degree at Campion College, published in today’s...