Atlantic Common University Data Set (ACUDS)


Crandall University understands the importance of clear, relevant information to our potential students, parents and the community at large. We trust that the information provided here will be useful as you consider how we may partner with you for your success.Your future career needs a solid education founded on excellent academics, dedicated support and practical outcomes. When thinking about those things, we encourage you to consider a variety of sources to help you make a decision. A university should match your needs, abilities and ambitions.While there are many excellent places from which to obtain helpful information on universities, we encourage you to explore the following information, as well as the rest of the Crandall website, in order to get a feel for the University. Our students and faculty would be glad to have you receive the information you need, either from this form, or from the rest of the website, and we would warmly welcome you on campus or would be glad to speak with you in order to answer any questions you may have about the Crandall experience.

A. General Information
1. Address Information
2. Credentials awarded
3. Degrees conferred by program
4. Male Enrolment by Program
5. Female Enrolment by Program
6. Total Enrolment by Program
7. Full-time Enrolment by Immigration Status
B. Admission
1. Full-time First-Year First-Time Registrants by Degree
2. Undergraduate Program Admission Requirements
3. Secondary School Averages of Full-time, First Year Students by Range and Degree
4. Application fees
5. Admission in Winter, Spring, Summer Terms
6. Deferred Admission
C. Transfer Admission from Other Postsecondary Institutions
1. Enrolment of Transfer Students
2. Transfer students
3. Transfer Credit Policies
D. Library Collections
1. Library Collections
E. Student Life
1. Residence of First-Time, First-Year Undergraduate Students
2. Percentage of Full-Time Undergraduate Students who live on campus
3. Extracurricular Activities Offered
4. Housing
F. Student Experience Information
1. Results from the NSSE (National Survey of Student Engagement)
2. Results from the CGPSS (Canadian Graduate Professional Student Survey)
3. Results from the CUSC(Canadian University Survey Consortium)
G. Annual Student Expenses
1. Tuition, ancillary fees, room and board, and other expenses
H. Instructional Faculty and Class Size
1. Number of instructional faculty members
2. Undergraduate class size by year level
I. University Revenue and Expenses
1. University Revenue
2. University Expenses
J. Research
1. Research awards by Granting Council
K. Other Useful Information
1. Academic plans
2. Seven-Year Graduation rate
3. Retention rate