Graduating Chargers

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Graduating Chargers

This year’s graduating Crandall Chargers all have something in common.  That is that each one of them will have had the chance to experience post season playoffs during their careers at Crandall University. Whether it was Women’s Soccer, Men’s Soccer, Women’s Basketball, Men’s Basketball or Cross Country, they have represented Crandall in their sport proudly. […]

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Photos: Crandall Night with the Moncton Miracles

Thanks to all who came out to cheer on the Miracles with us!

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Dale Stairs to lead Youth Leadership Certificate

Crandall University is pleased to announce that Dale Stairs, Director of the Crandall-Acadia B.TH. Partnership, will also assume the leadership of Crandall’s Youth Leadership Certificate at the end of this academic year. He has over 25 years of youth ministry experience, having served in the Youth and Family Ministries Department for the Convention of Atlantic […]

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Crandall Students Support The Autism Resource Centre

Crandall Business Students Supporting The Autism Resource Centre A group of Crandall Business Students in their graduating year have partnered with the Autism Resource Centre located in Dieppe, New Brunswick to help with the needs of this organization as part of a final community project. The students recently teamed up with Menchies Moncton to not […]

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Scholarship Story: Miranda Roberts ’18

  “I am proud and honoured to be the recipient of the Crandall University Chancellor’s scholarship. The financial support from this Scholarship provides me with tuition fees and some of the costs of my books. The largest positive factor as a recipient of this scholarship, is that it has taken away the sense of worry […]

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Dean of the Chapel releases New Single!

This past week our Dean of the Chapel, Timothy Milner, released a new single on iTunes called Make Some Noise! To glorify the risen Lord Jesus Christ is Tim’s life aim, whether making music, instructing students at our University, or loving his family. Tim says, “the music I write is my bumbling musical and theological […]

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Faculty Spotlight: Dr. Douglas Mantz, Professor Emeritus

Douglas Mantz, Northrop Frye leader in Moncton and founder of the Oxford Study Programme, recently celebrated his 75th birthday! Dr. Mantz, Professor Emeritus of Crandall University was founding co-chair of the Frye Festival which today is the crown jewel among Canadian bilingual literary festivals. Mantz is one of Canada’s “small Fryes” — former students of […]

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260 Challenge App Available

Are you ready? The 260 Challenge app is waiting for you in the app store for only 0.99 cents! Synopsis: There are 260 chapters in the New Testament, and approximately that same amount days in a university’s academic year. Each day presents you with a new passage to read (approximately 37 verses on average). You […]

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6 Ways to Effectively Start Your Semester:

6 Ways to Effectively Start Your Semester: By Laura Waddell ’14 I know what you’re probably thinking. “It’s the first month of classes!  I’m going to be on my game and do all of my assigned readings and homework – before midnight of the day that it is due!”  And what I can say to […]

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