QILT SES 2022 Results: Leading the way in Learner Engagement and Teaching Quality
Campion College has once again demonstrated its commitment to academic excellence, securing top positions across multiple categories in the 2022 Student Experience Results.
According to the latest data released by the federal government’s Quality Indicators for Learning and Teaching (QILT), 98.6% of Campion College students surveyed were positive about their interactions with staff and students. This places Campion College as the #1 institution in Australia for learner engagement for five years running.
Campion College has also secured the top spot for teaching quality, with 100% of students surveyed rating teaching practices positively. This is well above the national average of 79.8%.
Above average scores were maintained for all metrics, with Campion ranking among the top 10 institutions nationally for quality of experience, skills development, learning resources and student support.
Campion president Dr Paul Morrissey said he was extremely proud of the results, which reflect the commitment of the college’s academics and professional staff to fostering an enriching and supportive community of learning.
"These remarkable results stand as a testament to the unparalleled study environment that Campion provides to its students."
"While many institutions prioritise career readiness in higher education, Campion College takes a distinctive approach by emphasising the holistic formation of each individual – fostering intellectual, social, spiritual and vocational growth."
"This comprehensive focus ensures that our students are equipped with not only knowledge but also the essential tools to excel in all aspects of life. Undoubtedly, this approach plays a pivotal role in driving the high levels of student engagement we witness at Campion."
Campion’s undergraduate program provides students with an integrated understanding of the events, ideas, personalities and works which have shaped Western culture. Students undertake systematic study in history, literature, philosophy, theology and science, with optional units in mathematics, Classical Latin and Classical Greek.