Campion Hall is part of the University of Oxford, one of six 'Permanent Private Halls'. Each of these Halls and the University’s 37 Colleges provide a social and academic community with its own particular style and traditions for members of the wider University. Campion Hall is also the Jesuit Community in Oxford. It was founded in 1896 as a house of studies, intended mainly for members of the Society of Jesus taking degrees or teaching in one of the faculties of the University. Around 20 students from many Jesuit Provinces are based at the Hall, following courses (undergraduate and graduate) organised by the University in a wide variety of subjects. Campion Hall also accommodates several sabbatical scholars and priests and religious from other orders (or diocesan clergy) , bringing its occupancy to approximately 35 men.
Master: Revd Dr James Hanvey SJ