Founded in 1917, Campion College is a Catholic-faith based institution that is in affiliation with the University of Regina and the International Association of Jesuit Universities (IAJU). Situated in the drought area of Saskatchewan, the university aims at raising eloquent leaders that will fight for the right of its citizens and are passionate at making the world a better place for both the masses and the elites.
The institution could be said to have born out of the founder's faith, as there were no funds for maintenance or renovations as at the time of establishment. However, the school has grown to something way higher beyond where it started from, still retaining the initial vision of making education available to the youths and inhabitants of the drought-stricken area.
Moreover, faculties like education, arts, and sciences offer programs that have been very effective at delivering excellent academic standards to students who in turn, change the community to the benefit of all.
With a population of about 10,000 students, one would have thought the institution might have less academic materials for all. Contrary to that, there is a massive population library with a collection of various kinds of books from which students can pick and borrow from to aid academic excellence and effective learning.
However, the institution understands that there is more to education than the usual classroom activities. Hence, it supports students with well-equipped sporting facilities like the standard football pitch, a basketball court, and other interesting leisure activities for its students.