News & Events
The Winter 2020 edition of Campion's quarterly newsletter, Campion's Brag, is now available to read online. In this edition, read about our $5000 Early Enrolment Scholarship for 2021, a defence of the humanities and why they're worthwhile studying, written by Dr...
Campion's Winter Workshop lecture, "Art, Science and Religion in the Renaissance" is now available to view online. Dean Dr Luciano Boschiero gave the lecture as part of a series of 'Winter Workshops' held for prospective students on campus during the mid-year break in...
Our Student Recruitment Manager regularly hosts information sessions both on campus and throughout Australia, providing the opportunity to learn more about admissions, scholarships, accommodation, college life and more. Find out more about our upcoming information sessions and careers expo appearances.
Request a Visit
Thinking of attending Campion College but looking to learn a bit more about life on campus? Why not book a tour and come visit yourself! We are always more than happy to show prospective students the beautiful grounds and charming buildings of Campion College. Come discover how a degree in the liberal arts will expand your horizons, develop your critical thinking and set you up for future success.
Campion’s Brag is the official quarterly newsletter of Campion College, produced by the Campion Foundation.
Sent to over 8,000 people, Campion’s Brag has been produced since 2002 and played an integral part in the establishment of the College in 2006.
Campion Conversations is a fortnightly podcast produced by Campion College Australia, marrying pop culture and the liberal arts. In each episode, academics and staff from Campion discuss a film, a TV series or another element of pop culture through the lens of the humanities.
The latest episode of Campion Conversations dives into three of the films in idiosyncratic director Paul Verhoeven's canon: Robocop, Total Recall and Starship Troopers. Do these shlocky sci-fi...
Everyone has heard of at least one Greek myth, even if they're not aware of it. Whether it's Perseus slaying the snake-haired Gorgon Medusa or Theseus pursued by the Minotaur in the Labyrinth or Icarus attempting to fly, Greek myths are part of our cultural fabric....