Campion’s main campus is located in one of the biggest urban parks in North America. It offers students a library with extensive collections, diverse student services, and a chapel. There are also renovated first floors with internet terminals and a coffee shop as part of the expanded lounge. In addition, students have complete access to all the facilities of the University of Regina. The University offers single students dormitory and apartment residences in the campus. They can choose from among the residence buildings available at the University of Regina, such as the College West, which contains the university bookstore, La Residence, for French-speaking students, Luther College Residences, and the North and South residences.
The University offers students Academic Counselling, Academic Support, Scholarships, Campus Ministry, Headstart Orientation Program, Fee Payment, Student Activities & Organizations,Campion College Students' Union (CCSU), Co-operative Education work experience, Student pub, Bookstore, Computer Centre, Physical Activity Centre, Daycare facilities, Intramural sports, Employment services, Cougar intervarsity athletics, Special lectures, and Fine Arts activities.
All Campion students are member of the student union. The Campion College Students’ Union (CCSU) promotes fellowships among students and gives them the opportunity to experience fun and diversity during their stay inside the college. For students who want to be a part of a group, they can join some of the diverse and varied social clubs and associations offered by the University of Regina.
The University has 25 full-time faculty members who specialize in the following academic programs: Philosophy, Humanities and Religious Studies, English, Media Studies, Political Science, Classics, Psychology, Astronomy, Pastoral Studies, Catholic Studies, History, and Theatre Studies. The students can also take academic units given by the University of Regina. Some of the programs offered here are: Arts, Business Administration, Continuing Education, Engineering, English as Second Language (ESL), Fine Arts, Graduate Studies and Research, Johnson-Shoyama Graduate School of Public Policy, Institut francais, Kinesiology and Health Studies, Science, and Social Work.
The University offers more than 70 scholarships and bursaries. First year students who are entering the University can apply for the following scholarships: The Reverend William J. Kearns, S.J. Memorial Scholarship, The Reverend John Matheson, S.J. Scholarship, The Reverend Donald Flynn, S.J. Scholarship, The Reverend Daniel Hannin, S.J. Memorial Scholarship, The Patricia MacNeill Memorial Scholarship, The Joseph Duffy Memorial Scholarship, The Emmet A. McCusker Memorial Scholarship, The Dorothy Boyle Memorial Scholarship, The Arthur Braun Memorial Scholarship, and The Archbishop O'Neill Memorial Scholarship.
Regina is the capital of Saskatchewan, Canada. The city is situated on a broad, flat, treeless plain. There is an abundance of parks and greenspaces: all of its trees, shrubs and other plants were hand-planted and Regina's considerable beauty is entirely man-made.
Attractions for visitors in Regina include the Royal Saskatchewan Museum, the Saskatchewan Science Centre, the Norman Mackenzie Art Gallery and numerous smaller galleries and museums. Aside from the many attractions, Regina is also rich in resources as agriculture, tourism, and oil and gas production fuel the economy. While Regina's economic base is diverse it is also recognized as one of the most affordable places to live, work and do business in western North America.