There has never been a better time to enrol at Australia’s leading liberal arts institute, Campion College.
Not only do new students have the opportunity to receive a $5000 scholarship for enrolling early, the Sydney-based tertiary college has announced additional measures to support students enrolling for 2021.
While some institutions have discussed increasing minimum ATAR requirements and caps on course enrolment, Campion will not introduce a cap on admissions. Additionally, the college has amended its Education Access Scheme to include pandemic-related provisions for students seeking an ATAR adjustment, and announced that it will not be increasing tuition or accommodation charges.
College president Dr Paul Morrissey said with so many Australians facing uncertainty and hardship, it was important to keep Campion as accessible as possible to any students who want to learn.
“The message I want to give anyone considering studying here is this: you’re welcome at Campion!” Dr Morrissey said.
“Being a smaller institution, we’ve had the advantage of returning to classes on campus, which has been greatly appreciated by the students, who missed the community life here.
“In addition to our scholarship for new students who enrol early, I’m very happy to announce that we’re keeping fees and requirements as minimal as possible, to encourage anyone who is interested in studying our Bachelor or Diploma in liberal arts to apply for next year.”
Earlier this year, Campion announced its decision to raise its Early Enrolment Scholarship from $1500 to $5000, as a response to the difficulty many have found themselves in during the pandemic. Those wishing to be eligible for the scholarship must be Australian residents planning to commence in 2021 as full-time students and accept their letter of offer by Thursday 15 October 2020. Year 12 students applying for an Early Offer will also be eligible to receive the scholarship.
Campion’s minimum ATAR requirement of 70 (OP 14) remains unchanged. Students may receive an ATAR adjustment of up to five points under the college’s Educational Access Scheme, which now includes a provision for applicants with a parent or guardian receiving Job Keeper or Job Seeker for at least three months from March 2020 onwards.
The college also has a number of non-ATAR admission pathways and the option for Provisional Enrolment.
Interested students should visit www.campion.edu.au/liberal-arts-admission for further details on admission requirements, Early Offer, the Educational Access Scheme and the Early Enrolment Scholarship.
With thanks to Campion College Australia.