Campion Hall | University of Oxford
Campion Hall entrance on Brewer Street
Campion Hall entrance on Brewer Street
(Image Credit: Steve Cadman)

Campion Hall

Campion Hall houses the Jesuit academic community in the University of Oxford. It is a Permanent Private Hall whose members enjoy exactly the same privileges as those of other colleges. 

The student body is international in character, and includes not only Jesuits, but priests of other orders and congregations.

Laymen are occasionally admitted for exceptional reasons and the hall functions as one community and collegiate household.

Members read for higher degrees in many disciplines. Campion Hall currently has four junior research fellows (JRFs), both men and women, who are non-residential.

Accommodation and meals

All students, both Jesuit and non-Jesuit, can be accommodated within the hall if appropriate. All meals are provided as part of the accommodation charge.

Library and IT services

The Campion Hall library is particularly strong in theology, humanities and special collections.

Network connections are available in all study-bedrooms.

Facilities for students with disabilities

Some study-bedrooms have been adapted for use by students with disabilities and there is step-free access to all the main facilities of the hall.