Founded in 1917, Campion College is the catholic college of Regina, based in the province of Saskatchewan. The college is federated with the University of Regina and is one of the top 100 institutes globally ranked higher education institutes of Canada by webometrics. It has 20 full-time professors and is also one of the 190 Jesuit post-secondary institutions, worldwide.
The institute offers several study areas, including, Astronomy, Catholic Studies, English, Film Studies, History, Humanities, Mathematics, Philosophy, Political Science, Psychology, Statistics, and Theatre Studies. Graduates of the college are entitled to a University of Regina degree and a Campion College certificate. The organization has a student satisfaction rate of nearly 87% and is one of the coveted choices among international applicants which can help you land high-paying jobs in Canada.
Admissions at Campion College are available in 3 intakes of fall, winter and spring and charges a nonrefundable fee of 100 CAD. With an acceptance rate of around 76%, the institute is indeed a lightly competitive college in the country.
The college’s Canada Ranking according to webometrics- 124
|Type of University||Public|
|Full- time Students Enrolled||640|
|Part-time Students Enrolled||70|
|Undergraduate Full-Time Programs||149|
|Annual Acceptance Rate||76%|
|Test Scores Accepted||IELTS - 6.5 overall, TOEFL- 80|
Campion College provides nearly the same application procedures for almost all the courses. Here are the simple steps for applying:
Application portal: University of Regina application form
Application fee: 100 CAN
Application deadline: August 15 (Fall)/November 1(Winter)/April 15(Spring/summer)
Biasc Admission requirements:
International student admission requirements (India):
Test scores acceptable at Campion College-
|Test Name||Minimum Score For UG Program||Minimum Score for Graduate Program|
|TOEFL||80- iBT, 550-PBT||80- iBT, 580-PBT|
|IELTS||6.5, with no band below 5.0||6.5, with no band below 6.0|
|CanTest||List- 4.5, Read-4.5, Write-4.0|
For all the prospective candidates hoping to enroll at the institute in the upcoming sessional year, an estimated cost of living in Canada is as been tabulated below
|Type of Fee||Arts (CAD)||Business Admin (CAD)||Engineering (CAD)||Nursing (CAD)||Media, art and performance (CAD)|
|CCE online material fee||68/per course||68/per course||68/per course||68/per course||68/per course|
The college offers automatically awarded and application-based entrance scholarships in Canada for international students. The scholarships are for first-time first-year students. For the automatically awarded scholarships, students are judged based on their application form.
A few automatically awarded scholarship include,
|Award name||Amount (CAD)||Criteria||Semester|
|Archbishop O’Neill Memorial Scholarship||1,000||High school early conditional average marks||Fall|
|Campion college Centennial Indigenous Entrance Award||1,000||self-declared Indigenous student with highest Grade XII early conditional average||Fall|
|Dorothy Boyle Memorial Scholarship||1,000||High school early conditional average marks||Fall|
Some other Scholarships available at the institute based on academic and extracurricular performances and financial need are as compiled below.
|Harold J. Leibel Family Entrance Scholarship||CAD 1,000|
|Don and Claire Kramer Foundation Scholarship||CAD 6,000|
|Wolfe Family Entrance Scholarship||CAD 6,500|
|Mary Volk Memorial Entrance Scholarship||CAD 2500|
|Regina Archdiocesan Catholic Women's League Scholarship||CAD 1000|
|Dr. John M. and Regina Riffel Entrance Bursary||CAD 750|
|Jesuit Fathers Entrance Bursaries||CAD 500|
|Saskatchewan Knights of Columbus Bursaries||CAD 1000|
|Stuart Lefebvre Memorial Entrance & Continuing Bursaries||CAD 1,000|
The institute is federated with the University of Regina; hence students can access opportunities offered by the latter. U of R offers career exploration and counselling sessions for its students.
Career development sessions offered by the university include, Choosing/re-evaluating career direction, Interview prep, Customizing resumes and Career fair prep. The university hosts numerous career fairs throughout the year, like, spring career fair, volunteer fair, social work fair and many more.
|Affiliation||University of Regina|
|Average Cost of Attendance||$20,272 / Year|
The table shows average yearly cost of attendance for international students. Amount may vary with the course opted, nature of accommodation, and personal spending habits of a candidate. Check Program wise Fees
|Undergraduate Programs||$20,272 / Year|
|On Campus Accomodation|
|Two Bedroom||$3,884 / Year|
|Four Bedroom Suite||$3,482 / Year|
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based on 3 students ratings
It's closest to my home so I saved costs not having to live in residence. I did early admission while I was still in high school. Admission fee was only $100. Good admissions scholarship for average over 95 percent. Took all science and math classes in high school with a good average so got accepted immediately.
It is very challenging work, chemistry is a very hard degree to complete and many people in my year have already dropped out or switched to a different faculty.
The university is the closest university to my home town. I was happy that it was only 30 mins away from town. When I was originally applying to schools I had applied to the u of r for the nursing program. The nursing program at the u of r is one of the best ones in Canada and is the best in Saskatchewan. Even though I have changed majors to psychology. I am still happy with the school I chose!
I really don't have very many complaints. However, I do not enjoy the classes I am required to take even though they have nothing to do with my major. These classes are such as two language classes, fine arts class and indigenous. I do understand that point in taking these classes as I'm doing a Bachelor of Arts In psychology at the u of r. However, it is hard to keep up a good mark in a class you really don't enjoy.
I opted for this college because they were offering the program I wanted to get into. It is also a federated college which meant that I get the benefits of Campion College (scholarships for Campion students and early enrolment for classes offered at the college), as well as the benefits of University of Regina. I also chose this college because when I went to one of their open house, I learned that some of their classes travel out of the country to do some fieldwork. Another reason for choosing Campion College is that it offers small class sizes which is great because it is easier to get to know the professor and my fellow classmates--it makes me feel like I am not defined just by my student number. I applied nursing in Sask Polytech and was offered a seat about the same time I got accepted into Psychology.
I think they should offer more upper level psychology classes each semester because sometimes the options are limited to 3 courses. That seems like a decent amount until 2 of the 3 courses would conflict with your other courses. Also, I think they should have clinic work/internship as an option for some credits because Psychology degrees should be more than hitting the books--it should also incorporate interacting with other people.
*All distance are measured radially. Actual distance may vary