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Contact Details

Mailing Address:

Box 6004
Moncton New Brunswick
Canada
E1C 9L7

Courier Address:

333 Gorge Road
Moncton New Brunswick
Canada
E1G 3H9

Phone

1-506-858-8970

1-888-968-6228

Storm Line

1-506-863-6440

Fax

1-506-863-6460

 

Driving Instructions

On the TCH (Route 2) take exit 452, Gorge Road. At the stop sign, turn left if you are coming from Saint John or Fredericton and turn right if you are coming from Prince Edward Island or Nova Scotia. Crandall’s campus is located on your right, just north at 333 Gorge Road. If you are coming from downtown Moncton, take Mountain Road and proceed west toward Magnetic Hill until you come to the Gorge Road. Turn right at the lights. We are located on your right, just beyond the TCH (Route 2) overpass at 333 Gorge Road.

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Parking on campus

We are proud to be able to offer free parking for students, visitors, faculty and staff on campus.

When you visit Crandall, there are three main parking areas: Crandall’s Main Parking lot found outside of Stultz Hall, a small visitor’s parking lot is available in front of Murray Hall and the third location is the Residence Parking found along the lane to the residence buildings. Please note, parking at Residence is reserved for residents with parking passes.

Most visitors when approaching the university on Gorge Road (from the TCH or Mountain Road), will want to enter the main parking lot by using the 2nd entrance on your right.

Parking for Persons with Disabilities

A limited number of parking spaces are available for person (s) having a disability. In order to park in these areas, you are required to display your DISABLED PARKING PERMIT from the Ministry of Transportation.

Parking Restrictions

Parking is not permitted in the following areas at any time: 24 hour reserved zones, loading zones, fire lanes and driveways. Vehicles found parked in these areas are subject to be towed without warning at the owner’s expense.

NOTE: The lands and grounds of Crandall University are private property, and the university reserves the right to control motor vehicle use and access to our property. Crandall University assumes no risk or responsibility whatsoever for loss or damage due to fire, theft, collision or otherwise to vehicles or contents, however caused.