Campion College is located in one of the most beautiful cities of America--and one of the most expensive. Students who come to Campion--and faculty and administration who live here with their families--will have higher expenses than virtually anywhere in the nation. Furthermore, Campion College is dedicated to both excellence in education and the fostering of a strong community of purpose; we presently intend to limit our enrollment to 30 students. Presently, we have a 6 to 1 student to faculty ratio.
Nevertheless, the tuition at Campion is below the national average for 2001. And unlike most, if not all other institutions of higher education, there are no fees and the cost of all required books is included in the price of tuition. Because this undertaking is designed for young men and women of character who are seeking to live a virtuous Christian life and who are eager to join the Campion community in a pioneering venture in Catholic education, faculty, administrators, and benefactors are willingly making sacrifices to ensure the success of Campion College. We expect our students and their parents to participate in that sacrifice by contributing as much as they are able toward the expenses of the college. A personal financial aid package of grants and loans will be worked out with each student. Campion College is committed to ensuring that no student will be unable to attend because of financial need.
Below is the per annual estimated tuition and fee structure as of March, 2002, assuming attendance for two semesters, fall and spring, at Campion College. While students are expected to pay their own rent and meals, loans to cover all or a portion of these costs are available. (See Financial Aid section.)
We have estimated the cost of room and board based on the actual rental cost of approved housing and the actual meal costs for students now living in the neighborhood. Campion College reserves the right to make changes up to the commencement of the academic year. Please see the Financial Aid section of this catalog for a breakdown of tuition and fees.