As Canada’s only Jesuit undergraduate college, Campion offers students the opportunity to pursue studies at the University of Regina while taking advantage of the personalized service and support of a small university college. Any University of Regina student enrolled in the Faculty of Arts, Media, Art, and Performance, or Science can take advantage of the Campion College option.

Campion provides a university experience characterized by a strong sense of community and ongoing commitment to a well-rounded approach to higher education. The Jesuit philosophy of education, which unites academic excellence with a focus on ethical values and service to others, is what drives Campion’s academic vision and makes it unique among Canadian university colleges.

Campion offers programs in arts, science, and fine arts in partnership with the University of Regina. Campion professors are recognized for their research, academic achievements, and expertise in their field. Programs offered through Campion College are designed to help students develop analytical, research, communication, and organizational skills. As well, Campion students can take advantage of work experience, cooperative education, internship, international exchange, and engaged learning programs – all of which provide valuable experience and help to establish important connections within the community.In addition to its academic offerings, Campion provides a variety of invaluable student services including one-on-one academic counselling and course registration, peer mentoring, free tutoring in composition and in mathematics and statistics, and a generous scholarship and bursary program. As well, Campion students have full access to the impressive range of services offered by the University of Regina.


Full-time (undergraduates)

Part-time (undergraduates)

Source: University of Regina (2017 rounded preliminary fall enrolment)




Undergraduate tuition fees:

Graduate tuition fees:


Undergraduate tuition fees:
$19,058 – $20,205

Graduate tuition fees:


Campion College offers programs in partnership with the University of Regina. These include programs in the faculties of Arts, Sciences, and Fine Arts, as well as a full complement of pre-professional programs. Campion students can register for courses offered by the University of Regina, as well as courses offered through Campion College. Graduates receive both a University of Regina degree and a Campion College certificate.


Arts students look at the ideas, thoughts, and movements that shape our society and societies around the world. A degree in Arts develops communication, critical thinking, problem-solving, and independent learning skills. It also allows students to explore a variety of topics and opens doors to numerous career options. Click here to discover the multitude of degrees offered through the Faculty of Arts.

Media, Art, and Performance (formerly Fine Arts)

The fine arts provide an avenue for the expression of emotions, thoughts, and observations. Studies provide an understanding of the intellectual and cultural contexts in which art is created. Graduates are well positioned to either pursue the practice of their discipline or enter into graduate and post-graduate studies. Click here to view the degrees offered through the Faculty of Media, Art, and Performance.


Science students develop the analytical, theoretical, and research skills necessary to search for answers to questions about the world and beyond. A degree in Science offers the opportunity to study in numerous disciplines, and leads students to careers in a variety of areas. Click here to view the degrees offered within the Faculty of Science.


Campion students can prepare to enter professional studies in a large number of areas, including Journalism, Law, Social Work, Pharmacy, Dentistry, Optometry, and Medicine, to name a few. As well, the College employs an academic advisor who specilizes in pre-professional programs to assist students in navigating through their pre-professional studies. Click here to find out more about pre-professional program offerings.

Source: Statistics Canada. Fees for general programs in arts and humanities (2017-18)

Note: In addition to tuition fees, universities generally charge fees for goods and services supplied to students. This includes areas such as student associations, sports and health. These additional fees vary widely per university and per student and can run from a few hundred dollars to a few thousand dollars. Check with the university for details.