Helping Canadians get back to work.

Crandall Univesity

333 Gorge Road, Moncton NB

Possible funding to those who qualify*

  • New Brunswick Student Financial Assistance
  • Loans
  • Grants
  • Bursaries
  • Scholarships

Programs

Programs offered at each campus may vary, so be sure to check other campus offerings for the course you are most interested in.

Business, Accounting, Marketing Programs

  • Prepare for a Challenging Career in Business at Crandall’s Business School

    Studying Business Administration prepares you for a wealth of career options. At Crandall’s Business School, business students have an opportunity to concentrate their business studies in AccountingEconomics & FinanceMarketing, or Management. Through the program you will learn to communicate clearly, analyze organizational issues, resolve business challenges and identify best business practices. The tools and skills you gain at Crandall’s Business School will equip you to succeed in a demanding career or to pursue Graduate Studies. In addition to studying Business, the following minors are available to Bachelor of Business Administration students: Biology Chemistry (New) English Creative Writing English Literature Environmental Studies (New) History Human Kinesiology Psychology Religious Studies Sociology Worship Arts

    Special Program Highlights for Business Administration

    • Crandall’s Business School also offers the BBA Cooperative Education degree that, through on-the-job experience, provides students with the opportunity to put learning into practice while developing important career-building network connections Co-op students alternate study semesters with three work-terms during which they earn money. At our Business School,  students regularly compete in case competitions. Recently, Crandall students placed in the top three in the regional Entrepreneur Contest  and went on to the national competition.
    • Complete a business internship for credit, if you wish. Past internships have included such activities as completing an organizational design and  implementation and working in an HR department’s policy area.
    • Join the Business Society, an active campus organization that includes both social activities and support for the group’s charitable projects.
  • The best of both worlds in a four-year degree

    If you’re looking for the most well-rounded education you can get in a single degree program, the Bachelor of Arts & Science program is the way to go.

    The B.A.&Sc. combines an Arts discipline with scientific training to provide students with the knowledge and skills needed for a wide variety of situations.

    Program Highlights

    • Choose from six concentrations in Arts – Christian Studies, English, History, Psychology, Religious Studies, or Sociology – and concentrate on Biology in Science.
    • Connect with a variety of faculty who are passionate about your success.
    • Small class sizes means you’ll be part of a close-knit community

    Career Outlook

    Graduates with a B.A.&Sc. degree will have developed critical and scientific thinking skills as well as effective communication skills, both written and spoken, that make them ideal candidates for a variety of career paths, including education, law, medicine, journalism, communications, archaeology, technical writing, and many others.

  • Jump start your career with Crandall’s Master of Management (M.M.). This program offers students a solid foundation of business training and leadership development to prepare for a career in the business world. This two-year, 36 credit-hour program is open to students from a variety of educational backgrounds; apply with a bachelor’s degree from nearly any discipline! Build on the knowledge and expertise you developed in your undergraduate studies and develop the management skills necessary to succeed. You’ll also have the opportunity to build relationships and expand your network through our international classroom, collaborating with students from around the world. The program also includes the option of a paid internship, where you can gain valuable experience that will count toward your degree!

    Program Highlights:

    • The Master of Management is a two-year, 36 credit-hour program for students who hold a Bachelor’s degree from nearly any discipline (e.g. B.A., B.Sc., B.Ed., B.Th.), designed with international students in mind;
    • Classes are small and personal – they are capped at 25 to allow professors to build strong relationships with the students;
    • The program enhances students’ interpersonal skills, written and verbal communication, and problem-solving and decision-making abilities, as well as expanding their understanding of research techniques and applications;
    • The delivery pattern of the program allows students the flexibility to find part time employment if desired (and permitted by an international student’s study visa – usually up to 20 hours per week);
    • Successful completion of the program makes international students eligible to apply for the Government of Canada’s three-year Post-Graduation Work Permit (PGWP).

    Career Outlook

    Master of Management grads are well-prepared to jump into their careers. Their unique combination of skills and experience can make them attractive to companies with opportunities for advancement, especially when their undergraduate degree is in a field other than business. For example, a student with a Bachelor of Engineering (B.Eng.) degree would find that the management and leadership training offered by the M.M. degree serves as an excellent complement to the hard skills gained from their previous studies, giving them an advantage over someone with a B.Eng. alone.

    Courses

    To help build a solid foundation for your future career, you’ll take courses like:
    • Managing Organizational Behaviour
    • Human Resource Management
    • Managerial Ethics & Decision Making
    • Managing Diversity in Organizations
    • Managing Organizational Change
    • International Business Management
    • Managing Leadership in Organizations
    • Strategic Management
  • The Master of Organizational Management (M.Org.M.), one of Crandall’s Professional Programs, is offered as an alternative to the MBA in that it will focus more on working with, and through, people than on the technical aspects of business administration. The M.Org.M is delivered in a format enabling those already in the workforce the classroom opportunity for completing their graduate degree during evening hours.

    Special Program Highlights for the Master of Organizational Management:

    • This is a non-traditional program created to serve working professionals who hold an undergraduate Bachelor’s degree from any discipline (i.e. B.B.A., B.A., B.Sc., B.Ed, B.Th.)  and has at least 2 years full-time working experience of any type(s) in any organization(s) of any sector(s).
    • Courses are held one night per week, taking between 5 and 10 weeks to complete. Students take one to two courses at a time.
    • Course requirements are completed outside of  your work schedule.
    • Classes are small and personal.
    • The program enhances students’ interpersonal skills, written and verbal communications and problem-solving and decision making abilities as well as  expanding their understanding or research techniques and applications.
    • Classes are taught by various professors who are highly qualified and experienced in their area of expertise.
    • Professors are excellent educators who typically build strong relationships with students.
    • There is also an option to pursue the M.Org.M. on a Full-time basis alongside the Part-time program. These students will take 30 credit hours of courses over three (3) semesters load and may be eligible to complete the program in as little as one year!
  • The IBCom program is especially designed so international students can receive in-depth knowledge and practical experience with the financial aspects of successful North American business ventures related to both resource and human capital. Graduates of this program will be desirable to many multi-national corporations, businesses involved in foreign trade, government and public institutions, international relief and environmental organizations. This 120 credit degree is designed to be completed by including a block of 60 transfer credits from a partnering international pathway university with an established agreement with Crandall University.

    Current pathway Universities:

    Guru Kashi University (Talwandi Sabo, India) College of Business Studies (Nicosia, Cyprus)

    Graduates of Crandall’s IBCom can look forward to career opportunities in:

    International Business – Entrepreneurship – Management – Government

    Courses you may take include:

    • Business Ethics
    • Research Methods
    • Canadian Business Law
    • Public Speaking
    • Strategic Management
    • Themes of the Bible
    • Values Based Business
    • Human Resource Management
    • Introduction to the Christian Religion
    • Electives
  • This certificate program allows students the opportunity to study business fundamentals for one year in Canada at a credited university. It is targeted toward students graduating from high school* or for students who have an undergraduate degree in an unrelated discipline. The Certificate in Business (CiB) program is designed to equip international students with the entry level skills necessary for success in the North American business environment. Graduates of this one-year program will be desirable to many multinational corporations, businesses involved in foreign trade, government and public institutions, and international relief and environmental organizations. Some students may desire to further their business education at Crandall University after completing this one-year certificate. The CiB provides an excellent platform to accomplish this.

Creative Arts, Interactive, Sound Programs

  • A Liberal Arts Education Fit for Today’s Challenges

    A Bachelor of Arts degree from Crandall University equips you with the analytical tools and writing skills needed to succeed in advanced studies or a professional career. You will also acquire spiritual knowledge that will support and strengthen your faith and prepare you well to meet life’s challenges. The following majors are available in the Bachelor of Arts program:
    • Biblical Studies
    • Communication Arts – Theatre
    • English
    • History
    • Interdisciplinary Studies
    • Organizational Management (Degree Completion)
    • Psychology
    • Religious Studies
    • Sociology
    The following minors are available in the Bachelor of Arts program:
    • Biology
    • Business Accounting
    • Business Economics and Finance
    • Business Management
    • Business Marketing
    • Chemistry (New)
    • English Creative Writing
    • English Literature
    • Environmental Studies (New)
    • History
    • Human Kinesiology
    • Psychology
    • Religious Studies
    • Sociology
    • Worship Arts

Education, Teaching Programs

  • echnical Education at Crandall

    The Bachelor of Technical Education Degree (B.T.Ed.) is an innovative program designed to combine your previous technical skills and training with current teacher training. If you have a Red Seal in a trade such as mechanic, carpentry, electrical, culinary, or welding and want to work in a school setting, then this is the program for you. Upon successful completion of the Bachelor of Technical Education degree, you will be eligible to apply for a Level 4 Teaching Certificate from the New Brunswick Department of Education.

    What to expect when you graduate

    Crandall’s Bachelor of Technical Education program has an excellent reputation in the public schools, which often translates into job offers shortly after graduation. Graduates of our program have gone on to teach in public schools, community colleges, and at international institutions.

    Special program highlights for a Bachelor of Technical Education

    • Technical Education professors stay abreast of current literature and methodology discussed in professional journals so our students learn the very latest techniques and approaches.
    • Students learn to use the latest classroom technology, allowing them to meet the needs of their students using a variety of tools.
    • The program includes 18 weeks in the classroom – 2 weeks of observation and 16 consecutive weeks of actual teaching experience. Students complete their first semester course work before they are in a classroom so they can get maximum benefit from their observations.
  • PROGRAM DESCRIPTION

    The purpose of this certificate is to provide enhanced preparation for individuals wishing to teach within the French Immersion program. This program is for current Bachelor of Education students, or for persons who have already completed their B.Ed. (at Crandall or elsewhere), including those who may already be teaching. In this program, students will be introduced to key theories in second language acquisition (SLA), pedagogy specific to SLA within an immersion context, and be given the opportunity to improve their language proficiency and intercultural competency skills within French Immersion contexts, in line with the objectives of the European Language Portfolio.

    Requirements

    The French Immersion Education Certificate program comprises three 3-credit hour courses, conducted in French, each taken over three weekends (Friday/Saturday):
    1. ED4163: French Language and Intercultural Competencies / Langue française et compétence interculturelle (Spring 2019)
    2. ED4143: Foundations of Second Language Acquisition / Fondements de l’acquisition d’une langue seconde (Fall 2019)
    3. ED4153: French Immersion Pedagogy and Practice / Pédagogie et pratique en immersion française (Winter 2020)

    Eligibility

    Anglophone students wishing to enroll in this certificate program must have taken a french language assessment from the Anglophone East School District within the last three (3) years, and must meet a minimum French proficiency requirement of ‘Intermediate Plus’ to enroll in these courses.
  • Crandall University’s Master of Education is a degree designed for educators who want to enhance their abilities to respond to student needs. Students completing this 30 credit hour Master of Education program can choose between concentrations in Inclusionary Practices or Literacy. In addition, students can choose a course only option or a major research project option. The major research project is 6 of the 30 credit hours required to complete the degree. The application-based focus of our courses equips educators with the tools needed to apply their knowledge. Graduates of the program may serve as teachers, administrators, literacy coaches, reading specialists, resource educators, or researchers. To read about one graduate’s experience, click here. Graduates from the Master of Education degree program may be eligible to pursue other master’s degrees or doctoral degrees (Doctor of Education). Crandall University’s Master of Education normally allows graduates who hold a Certificate 5 with the New Brunswick Department of Education to advance to a Certificate 6. In addition, students completing the Master of Education in Inclusionary Practices degree at Crandall can choose to take three courses that may be applied toward the Principal’s Certificate. These courses include:
    • ED6403 – Administrative Theory
    • ED6413 – Supervision and Instructional Leadership
    • ED6616 – Individual Student Assessment.
    It is recommended that individuals concerned with New Brunswick teacher certification regulations contact the Department of Education to ensure that their degree and/or specific course selections will comply with regulations for certification.

    Special Program Highlights

    • Build your knowledge and pedagogical skills;
    • Attend classes at times set to accommodate teachers’ weekday classroom schedules;
    • Explore the needs of struggling students in the classroom;
    • Advance in your career.
  • As Canadians become more mobile than ever before, and as Canada becomes home to more people from around the world, teaching English language is becoming a popular career both in Canada and abroad, and the demand for high quality, well-trained instructors continues to grow. Crandall University has responded to this demand by creating the TEFL Certificate Program and the TESL Certificate Program, both designed to train future EFL/ESL teachers by introducing them to the theory, methodology, and practical skills they will need in the classroom.  

Healthcare, Wellness, Pharma Programs

  • Study the World’s Amazing Life Forms

    Biology explores the world of living organisms. Findings in this field are crucial to advancements in agriculture, medicine, biotechnology and ecology. A degree in Biology from Crandall University will help you gain the analysis, interpretation and communications skills needed to begin your career in science or pursue advanced educational studies.

    Together, with your professors and classmates, you will study the functions and interactions of living organisms by investigating their structure, behavior and life processes. In addition, you will have the opportunity to develop skills that enhance your understanding of the world by completing the university’s holistic liberal arts core curriculum.

    In addition to studying Biology, the following minors are available to students in the Bachelor of Science program:

    Business Accounting
    Business Economics and Finance
    Business Management
    Business Marketing
    Chemistry (New)
    English Creative Writing
    English Literature
    Health Sciences
    History
    Human Kinesiology
    Psychology
    Religious Studies
    Sociology
    Worship Arts

    Special Program Highlights for a Bachelor of Science Degree
    in Biology

    • Classes are small, so you receive lots of hands-on help from professors,  which is an enormous advantage in scientific exploration.
    • Take courses that help you gain more than the skills of a biologist. A degree in Biology from Crandall will help you develop as a human being.
    • Biology classes are “high contact.” In labs and class discussions, you will interact heavily with other students and your professors.
    • Conduct experiments in the University’s “outdoor lab” located within the nearby scrub forest where a natural stream runs along the edge of the Crandall  campus. Some of the research we undertake through the program would be considered “graduate level” at other universities.
    • Take field trips to such places as the Bay of Fundy and nearby wildlife preserves to band birds and study in the field.
    • Biology students have the opportunity to participate in the CUBS Biology Society on campus.
  • The best of both worlds in a four-year degree

    If you’re looking for the most well-rounded education you can get in a single degree program, the Bachelor of Arts & Science program is the way to go.

    The B.A.&Sc. combines an Arts discipline with scientific training to provide students with the knowledge and skills needed for a wide variety of situations.

    Program Highlights

    • Choose from six concentrations in Arts – Christian Studies, English, History, Psychology, Religious Studies, or Sociology – and concentrate on Biology in Science.
    • Connect with a variety of faculty who are passionate about your success.
    • Small class sizes means you’ll be part of a close-knit community

    Career Outlook

    Graduates with a B.A.&Sc. degree will have developed critical and scientific thinking skills as well as effective communication skills, both written and spoken, that make them ideal candidates for a variety of career paths, including education, law, medicine, journalism, communications, archaeology, technical writing, and many others.

Languages, ESL Programs

  • PROGRAM DESCRIPTION

    The purpose of this certificate is to provide enhanced preparation for individuals wishing to teach within the French Immersion program. This program is for current Bachelor of Education students, or for persons who have already completed their B.Ed. (at Crandall or elsewhere), including those who may already be teaching. In this program, students will be introduced to key theories in second language acquisition (SLA), pedagogy specific to SLA within an immersion context, and be given the opportunity to improve their language proficiency and intercultural competency skills within French Immersion contexts, in line with the objectives of the European Language Portfolio.

    Requirements

    The French Immersion Education Certificate program comprises three 3-credit hour courses, conducted in French, each taken over three weekends (Friday/Saturday):
    1. ED4163: French Language and Intercultural Competencies / Langue française et compétence interculturelle (Spring 2019)
    2. ED4143: Foundations of Second Language Acquisition / Fondements de l’acquisition d’une langue seconde (Fall 2019)
    3. ED4153: French Immersion Pedagogy and Practice / Pédagogie et pratique en immersion française (Winter 2020)

    Eligibility

    Anglophone students wishing to enroll in this certificate program must have taken a french language assessment from the Anglophone East School District within the last three (3) years, and must meet a minimum French proficiency requirement of ‘Intermediate Plus’ to enroll in these courses.
  • This program was created to provide an academic base for those students interested in future service in a different culture.  Students will gain knowledge of diverse cultures and peoples, an understanding of overseas missions and development, and language learning skills. The program will culminate in a short-term trip overseas, providing a first-hand cross-cultural experience. The Cross-Cultural Certificate is normally taken concurrently with a baccalaureate degree at Crandall University.  This program is particularly applicable for those considering occupations in or relating to these areas:
    • Relief and Development
    • Missions
    • International Business
    • Multiculturalism
    • Teaching Overseas

    Application:

    Students interested in applying to this program would normally do so in their first or second year of degree study. Applications can be obtained from the director of the Cross-Cultural Certificate, and they must be submitted by October 15th. Admission to the program will be based on several criteria including demonstrated academic ability and maturity, interview and reference input, and a clear interest in future overseas service. Where the applicant is interested in service with a Christian organization, strong Christian character will be considered as well.
  • As Canadians become more mobile than ever before, and as Canada becomes home to more people from around the world, teaching English language is becoming a popular career both in Canada and abroad, and the demand for high quality, well-trained instructors continues to grow. Crandall University has responded to this demand by creating the TEFL Certificate Program and the TESL Certificate Program, both designed to train future EFL/ESL teachers by introducing them to the theory, methodology, and practical skills they will need in the classroom.  

Religious Studies, Theology Programs

  • The best of both worlds in a four-year degree

    If you’re looking for the most well-rounded education you can get in a single degree program, the Bachelor of Arts & Science program is the way to go.

    The B.A.&Sc. combines an Arts discipline with scientific training to provide students with the knowledge and skills needed for a wide variety of situations.

    Program Highlights

    • Choose from six concentrations in Arts – Christian Studies, English, History, Psychology, Religious Studies, or Sociology – and concentrate on Biology in Science.
    • Connect with a variety of faculty who are passionate about your success.
    • Small class sizes means you’ll be part of a close-knit community

    Career Outlook

    Graduates with a B.A.&Sc. degree will have developed critical and scientific thinking skills as well as effective communication skills, both written and spoken, that make them ideal candidates for a variety of career paths, including education, law, medicine, journalism, communications, archaeology, technical writing, and many others.

  • The Crandall-Acadia Bachelor of Theology Partnership

    This unique partnership gives Crandall students the opportunity of taking a degree from Acadia University (through Acadia Divinity College), concurrent with their Crandall degree. In the Acadia Bachelor of Theology program, students will take specialized courses that focus on personal discipleship, Christian service in the church and community, as well as courses in Biblical studies and theology. Practical elements in the program will provide students the opportunity to serve and lead locally and internationally. This degree is designed specifically for those students who have a passion for serving God and developing a stronger relationship with Him. It provides a solid foundation for leading in church and community ministries.

    Special Program Highlights for a Bachelor of Theology

    • International mission experience after 1st year
    • Spring courses at Acadia University in Wolfville
    • Significant scholarships available
    • Combined benefit of studying under Crandall and Acadia Divinity College scholars
    • Opportunities to serve in church and community throughout all four years
    • Cohort study and mentorship experience
    • Opportunity for spiritual formation and discipleship

    What to Expect When You Graduate

    An Acadia Bachelor of Theology degree, in addition to a Crandall degree, prepares graduates for many different career paths as well as a variety of advanced study opportunities. Graduates will also be well equipped for leadership in church and community ministries. While not designed to prepare students for ordained ministry, this double-degree learning experience is an excellent foundation for those who wish to do further study towards a Master of Divinity degree.

    Interesting Courses You May Take during a Bachelor of Theology

    Theology and Practice of Short Term Mission Christian Spiritual Formation Theology and Practice of Worship Youth and Family Ministry Evangelism and Mission

     Your Possible Career Paths & Areas of Continued Study:

    • Education
    • Theology
    • Ministry to Children & Youth
    • Cross-cultural Missions
    • Christian Camping
    • Counseling
    • Pastoral Ministry
    • Non-profit Organizations
    • Social Work
  • Program Description

    The Youth Leadership Certificate (YLC) is an innovative program designed to provide Crandall students who have an interest in youth ministry with solid instruction, hands-on involvement, and a stimulating mentoring experience. The YLC program is intended to prepare interns for non-professional ministry to youth in church or community ministries.  After an application and interview process, those accepted into the program are partnered with a ministry and assigned an internship mentor. The three years of the program provide interns with significant opportunities to learn how to lead or assist with strategic and effective youth ministry in today’s ever-changing world!

  • This one-year program gives students an introduction to basic Christian studies as well as to university level study. The program may also serve as the first year towards a baccalaureate degree at Crandall, should any student wish to continue their post-secondary education.

Moncton Campus

A Christian university

Crandall University was founded by Christians in 1949 and has always been open to all students who meet our academic requirements for admission. Crandall is the largest faith-centered university located north of Boston and east of Toronto. At Crandall you will find a safe, warm, and caring community with professors and staff who seek to faithfully live the Christian faith as examples to students.

All traditional undergraduate students (BA, BSc, BBA, BTh) will have the opportunity to explore the content of the Christian faith through a minor in Religious Studies. In other degree programs the basics of the Christian faith are also explored since it has formed much of the foundation of Canadian and western culture.

As part of the path to understanding and application, students experience dynamic chapel services, individually-tailored service learning in the Crandall Community Practicum program, and specialized course assignments and readings.

Generous scholarships and financial aid

Crandall is the most affordably priced of the more than 200 Christian universities in North America. Crandall is not only competitively priced, but it also attracts excellent students from across the country and around the globe due to its generous scholarship and bursary program for traditional undergraduate students. Entering high school applicants to an Arts, Business, or Science degree who possess an average of 80% or above are automatically awarded a Board of Governors entrance scholarship. In addition, students who apply before the scholarship deadline and evidence experience in Christian leadership (such as volunteering in their church or serving on staff at a Christian camp, etc.) may be eligible for either a Chancellor’s, Vice-Chancellor’s, President’s, or Dean’s award. In addition, Jackson entrance awards are given to home schoolers, students from ministry families, and graduates of Christian high schools.

Faculty academic credentials

Crandall’s professors have graduated from some of the world’s most prestigious institutions including: Aberdeen, Columbia, Florida State, Harvard, Manchester, Oxford, Notre Dame, Penn State, Queen’s, the Sorbonne, Western, Wheaton, York, and the Universities of Alberta, British Columbia, Chicago, Illinois, Maryland, New Brunswick, Ottawa, Toronto, Wales, and more.

Faculty publications

Crandall’s professors have had scholarly academic articles published in hundreds of the leading journals in their respective fields. In addition, faculty members have had books published by prestigious academic presses including: Abilene University Press, Ashgate, Baker Academic, Cambridge Scholars Press, HarperZondervan, Inter-Disciplinary Press, InterVarsity Academic, InterVarsity Press, McGill-Queen’s University Press, Northern Illinois University Press, Oxford University Press, Paternoster Press, Sense Publishers, Springer-Verlag Singapur, University of Notre Dame Press, University of Ottawa Press, University of Toronto Press, Wilfrid Laurier University Press.

Study abroad opportunities

Crandall is one of only two universities in Canada to have a study abroad agreement with the University of Oxford.  You can apply to travel with your friends to Britain to study drama, literature, history, and culture in an experience that is supplemented by visits to world-class museums, libraries, and theatres.  Other students travel to Alberta or China to complete internships, or study theatre in Alberta. Still other students serve in short-term cross-cultural environments overseas. You can see the world from your home base at Crandall!

Highly able classmates

In university life, academically-able students spur each other on to academic success. At Crandall, entering undergraduates hold a high school graduating average that places Crandall in the top ten of all universities in Canada. A Crandall experience gives you a great opportunity to reach your full potential for success by providing an opportunity for you to rub shoulders with others who have the ability to perform at the highest academic level.

A private university

Many of North America’s finest universities are private, not-for-profit institutions including Princeton, Harvard, Yale, and Stanford. Like these other fine schools, Crandall offers a private university education with a focus on small classes, rigorous instruction, excellent faculty, and a highly able peer group.  We are able to offer a private university education at public university prices due to a growing and generous group of committed donors.

A small university

You won’t get lost in the crowd at Crandall! We believe that excellence in education is facilitated through small classes and opportunities for formal and informal one-on-one conversations with your professors outside of class.  Crandall’s student to full-time tenured faculty ratio is among the best in Canada. We also believe that friendships grow and are strengthened when you linger over meals in the cafeteria, share late night chats in your residence room, or enjoy causal evening walks with your new friends. It’s easy to make lifelong friends at Crandall, a university where a small community results healthy relationships and where students receive outstanding customer service.

Championship athletics

Students at Crandall can try out for men’s and women’s ACAA basketball, soccer, or cross country.  Other competitive sports include men’s and women’s NCBA boxing, and intramural sports open to all such as hockey, volleyball, and more. Additional sports will be added in coming years. Crandall teams have been very competitive in recent years at national and regional championships; featuring nationally ranked teams, and several All-Canadian athletes.

Excellent facilities

About 25 years ago Crandall relocated to a brand new 200-acre campus. All of our facilities have been constructed in recent years.  Our buildings are bright, open and welcoming with easy access to the internet. Our state of the art facilities are designed to facilitate not only classroom learning but also provide places for friends to converse, study together, or share a snack or meal together.

Residence Options

As a Crandall student you can apply to live in Colburne House’s single or double rooms that are grouped together into pods of four rooms that share a washroom. Other students prefer Mitton Court with its 2, 3, and 4 bedroom fully-furnished apartments. Typically, first and second year undergraduate students live in Colburne House and third and fourth year undergraduate students live in Mitton Court. The Crandall campus is alcohol, smoke, and drug free, including the residences. Accommodations in Colburne House are accompanied with a delicious meal plan and Mitton Court residents can choose between the full meal plan, preparing their own meals, or a combination of both options.

Work experience

At Crandall you can apply to work on campus to not only earn funds to help with the cost of your school expenses, but also to gain work experience and a clearer sense of life direction. Some students serve as Resident Assistants, faculty assistants, or provide administrative support in the Rawlyk Library. Other students work in the university bookstore, serve as chapel worship team leaders, provide support to faculty and students as information technology support staff, or provide administrative support for Advancement, Student Services, at athletic events and to various departments within the University.

Service Learning

Since we were founded in 1949, service learning has been a central value at Crandall University. We know you want to be a world changer and we want to provide an opportunity for you to grow in your ability to contribute positively to your world during your years at Crandall. All full-time Arts, Business, and Science students can choose where they want to invest two hours per week, starting in their second semester. Most students choose to serve prisoners, senior citizens, babies, children, or teenagers. Many serve through churches or social service agencies in the Greater Moncton area and through their experience acquire the empathy and compassion that allows them to be better employees and volunteers in the years following graduation.

Alumni success

Crandall graduates attend premier graduate, theological, medical, law, and other professional schools, including at: Dalhousie, Durham, Harvard, McGill, McMaster, Oxford, Princeton, Queen’s, Texas A & M, University of Alberta, UBC, Ottawa, St. Andrew’s, Toronto, Wales, Warwick, Waterloo, Wake Forest, and many, many others.

Our alumni are seen as highly ethical leaders and difference-makers both nationally and internationally. Alumni are known for their strong work ethic and their empathy and compassion. Many graduates go on to serve as accountants, business leaders, entrepreneurs, executives, lawyers, medical doctors, ministers, missionaries, not-for-profit leaders, politicians, police officers and security professionals, professors, teachers, and in many other capacities.

A Great Location

Crandall University is located in Moncton, New Brunswick, one of the most dynamic and vibrant cities on Canada’s east coast. Moncton is commonly rated as one of the most affordable communities in which to live in Canada, and it is a destination location for many due to its great shopping, many restaurants, fun-filled festivals, and its lively cultural attractions. It is an enriching and safe location to enjoy your university years!


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