Scholarships, Awards & Bursaries

Scholarships, Awards & Bursaries

Crandall University is committed to helping students achieve a transformational education by providing financial assistance in the form of scholarships, awards, and bursaries.

THE FOUNDERS BURSARY (NEW)
ACADEMIC LEADERSHIP & SERVICE SCHOLARSHIPS
HOUSING & LEADERSHIP SCHOLARSHIPS
JACKSON SCHOLARSHIPS
ATHLETIC SCHOLARSHIPS (MUST CONTACT A VARSITY COACH)
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Definitions:
– Scholarships
are primarily merit based and recognize a student’s academic, leadership, and/or athletic achievements.
– Awards are one time (non-renewable) amounts normally given at the time of entrance.  This identify students with a particular background or experience that the University wants to recognize and demonstrate appreciation for.
– Bursaries are established to offer financial assistance to full-time students who have a demonstrated financial need.

Scholarships, Awards, and Bursaries are provided in two different ways:
– Guaranteed scholarships and awards
are primarily merit based and recognize a student’s academic achievements.  These awards are offered automatically when incoming students receive a letter offering admission to the University.
– Application-based scholarships, awards, and bursaries primarily recognize a student’s academic achievements, leadership and service, and/or athletic achievements and are awarded on the basis of successful completion of an Application for Financial Awards and consideration by the University’s Financial Awards Committee.


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The Founders Bursary was created to provide financial  assistance to students from low and middle income families, to ensure they have enough financial support to attend Crandall University

The Founders Bursary was established to make a Crandall University education more affordable to entering Canadian Bachelor’s degree students from families with modest household incomes. The Founders Bursary is designed to bridge the gap between the cost of tuition and the total amount of support received by other grants, scholarships, and bursaries that originate from governmental sources and Crandall University. Priority for the Founders Bursary will be given to students who indicate an interest in living on campus. For more information please see drop down menu for more information.


What is the Founders Bursary?

The Founders Bursary was established to make a Crandall University education more affordable to entering Canadian Bachelors degree students from families with modest household incomes and who wish to live in campus housing.

The name of the bursary honours the visionary leadership of the founding board of the University as they prepared to launch what is now Crandall University in the fall of 1949. The first members of the Board of Governors included: Rev. R. Gregg, Rev. C. Britten, Rev. A. Crowe, Mrs. W. Eaton, Dr. M. Armstrong, Dr. A.C. Vincent, Rev. A. Pyke, Dr. A. Langley, Mr. W. Tilbert, Rev. W. Elgee, Mr. N. Peveril, and the future first Principal, Dr. M. Brinton.

The Founders Bursary is an awards program designed to help students cover tuition expenses that are not already covered by other grants, scholarships, and bursaries that originate from governmental sources and Crandall University.

Who is eligible to apply for the Founders Bursary?

To be eligible to apply for the Founders Bursary you must:

  1. Be a new or transfer student from another university or college beginning full-time study toward a Bachelor’s degree (excluding Organizational Management) at Crandall University, and
  2. Complete and submit a Scholarships Application Form and an application letter to the Crandall University Admissions and Financial Awards office before the start of classes in September, and
  3. Apply to your provincial student financial assistance program and receive a Canada Student Grant for Low-Income or Middle-Income Families, and
  4. Apply for, be accepted, and live in Colburne House or Mitton Court.

What is the value of the Founders Bursary?

The Founders Bursary for Arts, Business, and Science students who are awarded a Canada Student Grant for Students from Low Income Families is valued to a maximum of $8,100 per year less the value of any federal and/or provincial grants and bursaries received, and scholarships, awards, and bursaries awarded by Crandall University.

The Founders Bursary for Arts, Business, and Science students who are awarded a Canada Student Grant for Students from Middle Income Families is valued to a maximum of $6,500 per year less the value of any federal and/or provincial grants and bursaries received, and scholarships, awards, and bursaries awarded by Crandall University.

The Founders Bursary for Education students who are awarded a Canada Student Grant for Students from Low Income Families or a Canada Student Grant for Students from Middle Income Families is valued to a maximum of $6,500 per year less the value of any federal and/or provincial grants and bursaries received, and scholarships, awards, and bursaries awarded by Crandall University.

What are the “Canada Student Grant for Students from Low Income Families” and “Canada Student Grant for Students from Middle Income Families” and why are they used as a factor by Crandall University for determining financial need?

These two grants are awarded to students based on a careful determination of financial need. While their calculation of student need is somewhat complicated, the Canada Student Grants take into account factors beyond just family income and consider important factors such as family size and other dynamics that affect a student’s ability to cover the cost of their post-secondary education.

I already have an undergraduate degree, can I apply for the Founders Bursary if I want to begin study toward a second undergraduate degree?

Yes.

I am a former student at Crandall University and I withdrew a year ago or more for financial or personal reasons, can I apply for the Founders Bursary? 

Yes.

I’m looking to pursue a Bachelor of Education (Consecutive) or a Bachelor of Technical Education degree, can I apply for the Founders Bursary?

Yes.

How do I apply for the Founders Bursary?

There is a two-step process:

 Application Step #1:

  1. Complete a Scholarship Application Form prior to the start of classes (since the number of beds in campus housing, and hence the number of Founders Bursaries, is limited, early application is encouraged). Along with the application form, submit a one-page letter detailing how you feel you have contributed positively toward your home community through service and how you feel you can contribute positively to the Crandall campus and local communities.

Based on your application, you will be notified whether you have been conditionally awarded a Founders Bursary, pending evidence that you:

  1. A) Received a Canada Low Income or Canada Middle Income Family Grant as a result of applying for government financial assistance (i.e. through the student loan application process), and
  2. B) Application and acceptance into campus housing, and
  3. C) Payment of your campus housing and university enrolment deposits.

Application Step #2:

Funds will be released to your student account at Crandall in accordance with Financial Awards policy once you submit to the University’s Admission and Financial Awards office a copy of your provincial Notice of Assessment from Student Financial Services detailing the federal and provincial grants and bursaries awarded to you.

The Founders Bursary application form asks me for my gross family household income.  What does that mean?

      The definition of gross family income differs depending on your student category. For purposes of the Founders Bursary, Crandall University goes by the definition established by New Brunswick Student Financial Services. (A full description of student categories is included in the Information Guide posted on the Student Financial Services website at studentaid.gnb.ca.).

      For instance, if you are a dependent student, your gross family income means the total income listed on line 150 of your parent(s) Income Tax Return (which is due to be filed every April). If your parents are separated or divorced, the parent with whom you normally reside, or who supports the majority of your living expenses, is considered to be your custodial parent for the purpose of applying for student financial assistance and providing the line 150 Income Tax Return information.

      If you are an independent or single parent student, your gross family income means the total income listed on line 150 of your Income Tax Return.

      For married students, your gross family income means the total income listed on line 150 of you and your spouse’s Income Tax Return.

      If you and/or your family’s Income Tax Return has not yet been filed, you can easily determine the figure to be entered on Line 150 of a tax return by totaling all income received last year from the amounts recorded on official government tax reporting slips that indicate income, (including the T4, T4A, etc.) as well as adding self-employment income, rental income, etc.

How many times can I receive the Founders Bursary?

You can receive the Founders Bursary for a maximum of eight semesters of full time study. Students must reapply annually in order to demonstrate continued financial need.

Will I be eligible for other Crandall scholarships and bursaries if I qualify for the Founders Bursary?

Yes, you can still qualify for all other Crandall scholarships, awards, and bursaries.

Since there are a limited number of Founders Bursaries, on what basis will students be selected to receive a bursary?

The Financial Awards Committee will review completed applications as they are submitted, commencing March 1. Students who meet the required established financial criteria will be evaluated based on the likelihood that they will contribute positively to the campus and local communities as assessed by the Financial Awards Committee.

I’m from the Greater Moncton Area, am I still required to live in campus housing to receive the Founders Bursary?

Normally, yes. Research and our own observation over time indicates that a campus residential experience greatly contributes to a student’s positive university experience and overall academic success. However, if no beds remain in campus housing it is possible that students who wish to live off campus could receive a more modest bursary amount. To discuss possibilities, contact admissions@crandallu.ca.

Do students participating in the Claystone Experience qualify for the Founders Bursary?

Yes. If a Claystone student continues his or her undergraduate degree in year 2 at Crandall, he or she will be treated like an entering student and will qualify for all Crandall University scholarships, awards, and bursaries and may apply for the Founders Bursary as if he or she were a new incoming student.


The Financial Awards program at Crandall University includes scholarships, entrance awards, and need-based bursaries. Incoming and returning Canadian and international students may receive one scholarship, award, or bursary or several in combination. Students seeking financial assistance should also apply for external scholarships and available assistance from local, regional, provincial, or federal sources.


Board of Governors Entrance Scholarships

These guaranteed entrance scholarships reward high school applicants who demonstrate academic excellence. Canadian or international applicants with a minimum admission average of 80%, as determined by the Admissions and Financial Awards Office, automatically qualify for a scholarship for full-time studies. Applicants with higher averages are awarded larger scholarships.

Name trance Average Annual Scholarship Value GPA required in first year for renewal GPA required in subsequent years for renewal
Crowe 95-100% $2,000 3.33 3.50
Elgee 90-94.9% $1,500 3.33 3.50
Langley 85-89.9% $1,000 3.00 3.33
Pyke 80-84.9% $500 3.00 3.33

These scholarships are renewable, at their amount, in the second, third, and fourth years of full-time study if the student maintains the Grade Point Average (GPA) as noted above.

These scholarships are offered with rolling admission (no deadline), are automatically offered, and can be combined with other scholarships, awards, and bursaries offered by the University.

Board of Governors Transfer Scholarship
These guaranteed entrance scholarships reward transfer students who demonstrate academic excellence. To qualify, transfer students should have completed at least 9 credit hours of study at another recognized college or university with a minimum Grade Point Average (GPA) of at least 3.0. The scholarship amounts are awarded as follows:

Name Cumulative GPA Scholarship Amount
Bustin 3.5% or higher $1,500
White 3.0 – 3.49% $1,000

These are awarded for the first year of full-time study at Crandall and are not renewable. These transfer scholarships are automatically offered with rolling admission (no deadline), and can be combined with other scholarships, awards, and bursaries offered by the University.

The Jackson Entrance Awards
To honour the memory and service of the late Rev. Donald Jackson, a professor and Interim President (1964-1966), the Jackson Entrance Awards were established to demonstrate the value Crandall University places on faith-based education and vocational Christian ministry. These entrance awards are designed to recognize Canadian and international students who graduate from Christian secondary education, students from families engaged in vocational Christian ministry, and students who graduate from faith-based Christian homeschool settings.

A letter of application must be received by the Admissions and Financial Awards Office confirming the applicant meets at least one of these criteria prior to the intended start date of full-time studies.

The Jackson Entrance Awards are valued at $1,000 per qualifying student.  These awards are non-renewable and are provided to those engaged in full-time study at Crandall.  They are offered with rolling admission (no deadline), and can be combined with other scholarships, awards, and bursaries offered by the University.


Leadership and Service Scholarships & Awards
These scholarships are awarded to eligible Canadian and international applicants who provide evidence of significant Christian leadership during their high school years. This may include the applicant’s service in the local church, camp ministry leadership, community engagement, mission trips, or other acts of Christian service.

Scholarship amounts are determined by the applicant’s admission average. A student must submit a letter of application to the Admissions and Financial Awards Office highlighting their Christian leadership and service involvement.  There is no limit on the number of these scholarships awarded in a given year.

Entrance Average Award Name Annual Scholarship Value GPA required in first year for renewal GPA required in subsequent years or renewal
95-100% Chancellor’s $1,500 3.33 3.50
90-94.9% Vice-Chancellor’s $1,250 3.33 3.50
85-89.9% President’s $1,000 3.00 3.33
80-84.9% Dean’s $750 3.00 3.33

These scholarships are offered to qualifying applicants for full-time study and may be offered in addition to other scholarships, awards, and bursaries offered by the University. Scholarship recipients are expected to maintain their local church and community engagement while receiving their scholarship.

Colburne and Mitton Campus Housing Scholarships
These awards are for eligible Campus Housing applicants who provide evidence of local church and community engagement within their high school years.  Scholarship recipients are expected to maintain their local church and community engagement while receiving the scholarship.

Applicants must submit a letter of application to the Admissions and Financial Awards Office highlighting their service involvement.  There is no limit on the number of these scholarships awarded in a given year, as long as space remains in Campus Housing.

Colburne Scholarship

Successful applicants will be awarded a scholarship to assist with the costs of living in Colburne House.

Entrance Average Annual Scholarship Value GPA required in first year for renewal GPA required in subsequent years for renewal
95-100% $1,500 3.33 3.50
90-94.9% $1,250 3.33 3.50
85-89.9% $1,000 3.00 3.33
80-84.9% $500 3.00 3.33

Mitton Scholarship

Following the completion of their second year, Colburne Scholarship recipients may apply to live in Mitton Court.  Successful applicants voluntarily surrender their Colburne Scholarship and transfer to Mitton Court with the assistance of a newly-awarded Mitton Scholarship. The initially-awarded Colburne Scholarship amounts for successful applicants will be adjusted to:

Year 3                          75% of initial award
Year 4                          85% of initial award

ClayStone Experience Award
Demonstrating the value that Crandall University places on holistic growth, these awards are provided to qualifying ClayStone students up to an amount of $1,000. Applicants for this award will be assessed on their expressed commitment to the transformative objectives of the program as well as their ability to make a positive contribution to the other students in the program as evidenced in their program application.

60-64 Alumni Scholarship
An annual scholarship will be awarded to a student with scholastic capability that is average to above average and who evidences need of financial aid.  The recipient will be a child, secondly a grandchild, or then any other relative of an alumnus of UBBTS/ABC/ABU/Crandall who is enrolled in any program and in any year of study at the University.

Agnes (Clements) Simmons Memorial Scholarship
This memorial scholarship was established as a result of a bequest from the estate of the late Agnes (Clements) Simmons of Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island. The proceeds will provide up to five annual scholarships to needy and worthy students first from Prince Edward Island and secondly from elsewhere.

Alward Charitable Foundation Scholarship
The income from an endowment will be awarded annually to a first year student who demonstrates financial need and a good academic standing.

Atlantic Baptist Women’s Bursary for Afro-Canadian Students from the Atlantic Region
This bursary of $500 is available through an annual gift from the ABW.  Preference will be given to a student from the African United Baptist Association.

Atlantic Baptist Women’s Entrance Bursaries
The income from an endowment will be awarded annually to deserving, needy students.

Atlantic Baptist Women’s Entrance Scholarships
The income from an endowment will be awarded annually to students on the basis of academic performance.

Christina Inman Bursary
The income from an endowment, established in memory of Christina Inman, is to be awarded to a student or students wishing to pursue post-secondary education.  The recipient(s) must firstly be a graduate of Southern Victoria High School or Tobique Valley High School; secondly, a resident of Victoria or Carleton County; or thirdly, a New Brunswick student.

Cook Family Bursary
The income from an endowment shall provide an annual entrance bursary to a student enrolling in his/her first year of studies who intends to live on Crandall’s campus; offering a fuller experience to the student while contributing to the overall growth of community and campus life.  The bursary is to be an encouragement to a first year student who has financial need.

Crystal Lawrence Bursary
Through an annual donation, a bursary will be awarded to a student who faces additional challenges than those faced by most students; being possibly learning/physical/medical or another challenge, requiring the student to work harder in order achieve their educational goals.

Dr. Ralph Fitch Memorial Bursary
The income from a trust fund will be awarded annually to a student from First Moncton United Baptist Church who is attending any program at Crandall University.  If there is no student that meets this criterion, any student studying at Crandall University may be eligible for the award.

Edith Avenue United Baptist Church Memorial Scholarship
The interest from an endowment is to be awarded annually to a student from Saint John or Kings County, New Brunswick.

Ella B. MacLeod Entrance Bursary
The income from an endowment will provide an annual entrance bursary to be awarded firstly to a student who intends to pursue theological studies; secondly to a student entering any program that will lead to a career in Christian service; thirdly, to a student entering the Bachelor of Science program.

Emerson and Pearl Carroll Memorial Scholarship
The scholarship may be awarded a student entering the concurrent Bachelor of Theology (B.Th.) program at Crandall University who demonstrates academic achievement with an entrance average of at least 85%.  Preference will be given to an Atlantic Canada student entering the Bachelor of Business Administration along with a B.Th.  Should there be no one entering the Bachelor of Business Administration with B.Th, all other B.Th. concurrent programs will be considered.

Eugene Dukeshire Memorial Scholarship
The income from an endowment, established by Mr. and Mrs. Allan Dukeshire in memory of their son, will be awarded to a needy student(s).

Faith Scholarship
This scholarship, funded by an endowment, shall be awarded to a student entering or returning to Crandall University.  The eligible student shall preferably be a member of Faith Baptist Church in New Maryland, New Brunswick; secondly, a member of a church in the York or Queens Sunbury Baptist Association; thirdly, a member of a church within the Canadian Baptist Churches of Atlantic Canada.

Florence P. Reeves Bursary
The income from an endowment is awarded to a student who is training for vocational Christian ministry.

Garfield Weston Business Bursary
The income from an endowment is to be directed on an annual basis to enable Canadian-born students in need of financial assistance in the University’s Bachelor of Business Administration degree.

Global Missions Bursary
The income from an endowment will be awarded annually to a Christian student entering his/her first year of study in the Cross-Cultural Certificate Program, leading to a career in Christian service with a focus on Global Missions in a cross-cultural setting.  Should no one qualify under these criteria, the award will be presented to a committed Christian student entering any program leading to a career in Christian service.

Hillman Memorial Scholarship
The income from an endowment, established in memory of Mr. & Mrs. Merrill Hillman and their son, Merrill Allison Hillman of Woodstock, New Brunswick, will be awarded annually to a student enrolled in full-time studies at Crandall University who is preparing for full-time Christian service.

Lewis and Shirley M. Pickett Memorial Bursary
The income from an endowment will be awarded annually to support a deserving student(s) enrolled in the Cross-Cultural Certificate at Crandall University.   Preference will be given to a student involved in or having a strong interest in missions.

Malcolm H. Tracy Memorial Scholarship
This scholarship, which is the income of a gift from Hartland United Baptist Church, is awarded annually to a student or students who wish to further their education at Crandall University.

Melda Cruikshank Bursary
The income from an endowment will be awarded annually to a needy student.

Miss Gladys Marsters Memorial Scholarship
The income from a trust fund that will be managed by the Home Mission Board of Canadian Baptist Churches of Atlantic Canada is awarded annually to needy and deserving students.

Muriel Crabbe Scholarship
The income from an endowment established by Mr. Paul Crabbe in honour of his wife, Muriel, will be awarded annually to a needy student.

Norman Allen and Melba McLeod Entrance Bursary
The income from an endowment will provide an annual entrance bursary to be awarded firstly to a student who intends to pursue theological studies; secondly to a student entering any program that will lead to a career in Christian service; thirdly, to a student entering the Bachelor of Science program.

Olive Fynney Memorial Scholarship
The income from an endowment will be awarded annually to ex-offenders, international students, or a missionary home on furlough.

Rev. Lew D. Farrell Memorial Scholarship
The income from an endowment, established by a number of friends and associates of the late Rev. Farrell, will be awarded annually to a deserving student(s), who wish to further their education at Crandall University.

Robert and Margaret MacQuade Scholarship
The income from an endowment shall be awarded to a student enrolled in any degree-granting program at Crandall University.  The eligible recipient shall be preferably from Victoria or Albert County, New Brunswick and demonstrates financial need.  The recipient will also be a member in a Baptist Church affiliated with Canadian Baptist Ministries.

Robert G. Smith Memorial Bursary
The income from an endowment is to be awarded annually to needy students.

Roberta Jane MacGregor Memorial Scholarship
The income from an endowment, established by Mr. and Mrs. Stuart MacGregor, is awarded to students annually on the basis of need.

Saunders Memorial Bursary
The income from an endowment, in memory of Mr. and Mrs. A.F. Saunders, is awarded annually to first year students enrolled in the Biblical Studies program.  Priority will be given to students who are members at Petitcodiac United Baptist Church; secondly, to a student from the Westmorland-Kent Baptist Association; thirdly, any student from a church that is a member of the Canadian Baptists of Atlantic Canada.

Shirley Hawkes Campbell Memorial Scholarship
This scholarship is based on the income of an endowment and is awarded each year to students who intend to enter vocational Christian ministry.  Grants may be awarded to students engaged in summer ministry.

Stanley T. Pevlin and Elsie B. Pevlin Scholarship
The income from an endowment will be awarded to approximately 10 needy students who are enrolled in courses leading to ministry opportunities.  The scholarship is open to those who have a career goal of pastoral ministry as well as those in other disciplines such as the Youth Leadership Program and the Cross-Cultural Certificate.  Students may qualify if they are involved in any ministry activities while they are students at Crandall University.

The Bacon Memorial Bursary
The Bacon Memorial Bursary was established in 1990, in memory of E. Catherine Bacon by her sister, Mrs. Florence Hamm of Kingston, Nova Scotia.  The bursary was established to allow the University to present a scholarship(s) to help student(s) who are having financial difficulties.

The Clyde A. Downey Memorial Science Bursary
The income from an endowment will be awarded annually to a student enrolled at Crandall University in the Bachelor of Science program.  The recipient will give evidence of sound academic ability, and will demonstrate that he or she has invested in his or her own educational costs through savings or employment, or demonstrates evidence of financial need.

The Donald and Doris Murray Memorial Bursary
The income from an endowment will provide a renewable bursary based on financial need to students first from Penobsquis, New Brunswick; second from greater Sussex, New Brunswick; and third to any student enrolled at Crandall University.

The Elder James Innis Bursary Fund
The income from an endowment will be awarded to a student entering the first year of studies and who is a member of the Central Norton United Baptist Church.  The recipient will be enrolled in any program of study offered by the University that would lead to a career in Christian service.  If there is no eligible recipient from Central Norton United Baptist Church, the award shall be presented secondly to a student of the Saint John-Kings Baptist Association, and thirdly to any student.

The Hazel J. MacArthur Memorial Scholarship
An annual scholarship will be awarded to a deserving student from Prince Edward Island enrolled in his/her first or second year of full-time study in any program and who has regularly attended or is a member of any church on PEI.  A deserving student will be defined as a student whose entering GPA approximates the average GPA of the proceeding year’s entering class, and a student who either has a student loan, or demonstrates initiative in funding their education.  The scholarship is renewable for up to four years.

The Hiltz Family Scholarship Fund
The income from an endowment fund will provide an annual scholarship to a student from the Yarmouth area of Nova Scotia.  Preference will be given to students enrolled in the Youth Leadership Certificate program.  The scholarship may be renewable dependent upon the applicant’s continued enrolment in the Youth Leadership Certificate program.

The Lee Scholarship in Education
The income from an endowment will be paid annually to a single parent or mature student with dependants who have resigned full-time employment to pursue full time studies leading to a Bachelor of Education degree.  The successful applicant will be a committed Christian, active in a local church.  The recipient will also demonstrate financial need to the extent that this scholarship would positively impact his/her enrolment at Crandall.

The Mildred P. MacArthur Memorial Scholarship
An annual scholarship will be awarded to a deserving student enrolled in his/her first or second year of full-time study at Crandall University.  The student will be a member of or in regular attendance at a Baptist church belonging to the Canadian Baptists of Atlantic Canada.  A deserving student will be defined as a student whose entering GPA approximates the average GPA of the proceeding year’s entering class, and a student who either has a student loan, or demonstrates initiative in funding his/her education.

The Paul E. Bubar Memorial Entrance Scholarship
This scholarship shall be awarded annually to a student enrolled in any academic program who has graduated from one of the following New Brunswick high schools –Woodstock High School, Hartland Community School, or Carleton North High School.  The student will also have a GPA in the average to above average category and demonstrate financial need to the satisfaction of the awards committee.

The Stephen and Ella Steeves Scholarship Fund
The income from an endowment will be used each year to award scholarships to deserving students who give evidence of financial need in order to fulfil their educational goals.  Scholarships are available for students in the top ten percent of their entering or returning class; in the average or above average academic range of their entering or returning class; and the below average range of their entering or returning class.

The William and Eva Barrett Memorial Scholarship Fund
The income from an endowment will provide a renewable entrance bursary to a student enrolled in any program of study offered by the University.  Preference will be given to students from New Brunswick Anglophone School District – West (ASD-W) who can demonstrate financial need.  It is the desire of the donors that preference also be given, but not limited, to students from single parent homes.

The William and Jane MacArthur Memorial Scholarship
An annual scholarship will be awarded to an academically qualified student enrolled in the Biblical Studies or Religious Studies program at Crandall University who demonstrates active involvement in a church and whose career goal is to enter full-time vocational Christian service. The scholarship is renewable when awarded under the full criteria as described.

The William Byron and Audrey McLeod Bursary
The income from an endowment will provide a bursary to be awarded annually to a student entering full-time studies at Crandall University.  Preference will be given first to a student who intends to pursue theological studies, and secondly to a student entering the Bachelor of Business Administration degree program.  The successful applicant will be a member in a church of the Canadian Baptists of Atlantic Canada or the Canadian Baptists of Ontario and Quebec.

Walter C. DeBow Memorial Scholarship
The income from an endowment has been established by Mrs. Walter DeBow in memory of her husband.  It is awarded to needy students.

William Byron and Audrey McLeod Entrance Bursary
The income from an endowment will provide an annual entrance bursary to be awarded firstly to a student who intends to pursue theological studies; secondly to a student entering any program that will lead to a career in Christian service; thirdly, to a student entering the Bachelor of Science Program.

Winnifred Davis Bursary
The income from a trust fund is made available by the First Moncton United Baptist Church, Moncton, New Brunswick.  This bursary is awarded to students who are preparing for vocational Christian ministry, on the basis of need.

Winston A. Steeves Memorial Scholarship
This scholarship is based on the income from an endowment, established as a result of a bequest from the estate of Winston A. Steeves.  The proceeds are to provide two annual scholarships to needy and worthy students pursuing a Bachelor of Arts degree in Biblical Studies or Religious Studies.  The estate wishes these scholarships to reward the faithful efforts of students who might not otherwise secure significant scholarship support.

York-Adam King Scholarship
The income from the York-Adam King Endowment is awarded annually to a student(s) from Havelock, Wheaton Settlement, Fawcett Hill, Lewis Mountain, Steeves Settlement, Petitcodiac, Hillgrove, and Corn Hill, New Brunswick.


60-64 Alumni Scholarship
An annual scholarship will be awarded to a student who evidences scholastic capability that is average to above average and who evidences need of financial aid.  The recipient will be a child, secondly a grandchild, or then any other relative of an alumnus of UBBTS/ABC/ABU/Crandall who is enrolled in any program and in any year of study at the University.

Agnes (Clements) Simmons Memorial Scholarship
This memorial scholarship was established as a result of a bequest from the estate of the late Agnes (Clements) Simmons of Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island. The proceeds will provide up to five annual scholarships to needy and worthy students first from Prince Edward Island and secondly from elsewhere.

Alfred E. Wilbur Award
The income from an endowment is awarded annually to the student who writes the best essay on the Protestant Reformation.

Arthur and Grace Matheson Bursary
The income from an endowment will be awarded annually and equally to returning students from Prince Edward Island and New Brunswick.  Awards are based on evidence of spiritual maturity and scholastic achievement and are normally made to returning students.

Arthur C. Vincent Scholarship
The income from an endowment will be awarded to a returning student for academic excellence in Religious or Biblical Studies.

Atlantic Baptist Women’s Bursary for Afro-Canadian Students from the Atlantic Region
This bursary of $500 is available through an annual gift from the ABW.  Preference will be given to a student from the African Association.

Bob and Myrna Wilson Scholarship
The income from an endowment will be awarded annually to 3rd or 4th year History majors on the basis of academic performance.

Crandall University Alumni Scholarship
The income from an endowment will be awarded annually to deserving students who are returning to the University.

Crandall University Student Union Endowment
The income from an endowment will be awarded to deserving students nominated by the administration of Crandall University.

Crystal Lawrence Bursary
Through an annual donation, a bursary will be awarded to a student who faces additional challenges than those faced by most students; being possibly learning/physical/medical or another challenge, requiring the student to work harder in order achieve their educational goals.

David A. Smith Memorial Scholarship
The income of an endowment is to be awarded annually to returning Dean’s List students.

Dorothy (Dolly) Crowell Bursary
The income from an endowment, in honour of Mrs. Dorothy Crowell, shall be awarded annually to a mature female student in her senior year.  She will be known within the Crandall University community as a committed student as well as an individual who gives readily and willingly of herself to support and encourage others.

Dr. Ralph Fitch Memorial Bursary
The income from a trust fund will be awarded annually to a student from First Moncton United Baptist Church who is attending any program at Crandall University.  If there is no student that meets this criterion, any student studying at Crandall University may be eligible for the award.

Dr. Ralph Richardson Scholarship
The income from a permanent endowment will be awarded annually to returning students enrolled in any degree program at the University with evidence of a strong interest in Religious Studies and the integration of faith and learning.  Applicants must place in the top 25% of their class and present a 500 word essay demonstrating their understanding of the importance of the integration of faith and learning in their disciplines.  The scholarship is renewable subject to the student achieving a GPA of 3.0 or higher.  The scholarship will never exceed the cost of tuition for the year of study in which it is awarded.

Edith Avenue United Baptist Church Memorial Scholarship
Interest from an endowment is to be awarded annually to a student from Saint John or Kings County, New Brunswick.

Ethel and Freeman Fenerty Memorial Scholarship
The income from an endowment shall be awarded as a scholarship to a student entering his/her 2nd, 3rd, or 4th year of studies who demonstrates financial need.  The eligible student must have a “C” average at the end of year one in studies at the University and have no mark below a “D”.

Eugene Dukeshire Memorial Scholarship
The income from an endowment, established by Mr. and Mrs. Allan Dukeshire in memory of their son, will be awarded to a needy student(s).

Eva M. Vail Memorial Award
The Eva M. Vail Memorial Award will be awarded annually to a full-time 2nd year student in the Bachelor of Education program at Crandall University.  The award is presented by Mr. K. Wayne Vail in honour of his mother, who was a teacher for seven years in the one-room schools of the province of New Brunswick.  Mr. Vail, an alumnus of Crandall (UBBTS), is a trained teacher and retired Major who served in the Royal Canadian Air Force and Canadian Armed Forces.

Faith Scholarship
This scholarship, funded by an endowment, shall be awarded to a student entering or returning to Crandall University.  The eligible student shall preferably be a member of Faith Baptist Church in New Maryland, New Brunswick; secondly, a member of a church in the York or Queens Sunbury Baptist Association; thirdly, a member of a church within the Canadian Baptists of Atlantic Canada.

Florence P. Reeves Bursary
The income from an endowment is awarded to a student who is training for vocational Christian ministry.

Garfield Weston Business Bursary
The income from an endowment is to be directed on an annual basis to enable Canadian born students in need of financial assistance in the University’s Bachelor of Business Administration degree.

J. Stultz Family Foundation Scholarship
This scholarship is to be awarded annually to one or more students enrolled at Crandall University who have evidenced exemplary overall improvement in their academic progress while demonstrating promise of future effectiveness in leadership because of their personal faith, positive interpersonal relationships, and/or involvement in extra-curricular activities. The scholarship will be awarded to students whose GPA has increased by at least 5%.

Harris and Blanche Brannen Memorial Bursary
The income from an endowment will be awarded to one or two returning students who demonstrate maturity in their personal lives and diligence in their studies.

Hillman Memorial Scholarship
The income from an endowment, established in memory of Mr. & Mrs. Merrill Hillman and their son, Merrill Allison Hillman of Woodstock, New Brunswick, will be awarded annually to a student enrolled in full-time studies at Crandall University who is preparing for full-time Christian service.

KASTEL Bursary
The bursary may be awarded to a student in the Bachelor of Education program who is a member or adherent of Brunswick Street Baptist Church and evidences financial need.  Should no one qualify under Criteria A, the award shall be given to a Bachelor of Education student from a Baptist Church within New Brunswick, followed by Atlantic Canada.  This award may be renewable.

Lewis and Shirley M. Pickett Memorial Bursary
The income from an endowment will be awarded annually to support a deserving student(s) enrolled in the Cross-Cultural Certificate at Crandall University.   Preference will be given to a student involved in or having a strong interest in missions.

Malcolm H. Tracy Memorial Scholarship
This scholarship, which is the income of a gift from Hartland United Baptist Church, is awarded annually to a student or students who wish to further their education at Crandall University.

Mark William Hudson Memorial Scholarship
The income from an endowment established by Charles and Marina Hudson, in memory of their son, is to be awarded annually to a deserving returning student, enrolled in any program of study, and who has indicated future plans of entering the ministry.  Preference will be given to a student from Nova Scotia first, then to a student from Atlantic Canada.

Melda Cruikshank Bursary
The income from an endowment will be awarded annually to a needy student.

Miss Gladys Marsters Memorial Scholarship
The income from a trust fund that will be managed by the Home Mission Board of Canadian Baptists of Atlantic Canada is awarded annually to needy and deserving students.

Muriel Crabbe Scholarship
The income from an endowment established by Mr. Paul Crabbe in honour of his wife, Muriel will be awarded annually to a needy student.

Myron and Elaine Brinton Memorial Scholarship
The income from an endowment will provide annual scholarship(s) to be awarded to student(s) returning to full-time studies at the University in the fall.  Preference will be given to students pursuing a degree in Biblical or Religious Studies.  However, students with a minor in either of these areas will also be given full consideration.

New Brunswick School Trustees Association Scholarship
The income from a permanent endowment will provide an ongoing and non-renewable scholarship to be awarded annually to students entering their third, fourth, or final years of undergraduate studies in the concurrent Bachelor of Education degree program, or to students who have completed their undergraduate degree and are entering the second year of the consecutive Bachelor of Education degree program.

Olive Fynney Memorial Scholarship
The income from an endowment will be awarded annually to ex-offenders, international students or a missionary home on furlough.

Rev. Lew D. Farrell Memorial Scholarship
The income from an endowment, established by a number of friends and associates of the late Rev. Farrell, will be awarded annually to a deserving student(s), who wish to further their education at Crandall University.

Rev. Seth W. Crowell Memorial Bursary
The income from an endowment, established in memory of the late Rev. Crowell, will be awarded annually.  The first $500 of this bursary will be awarded to a male graduate of Crandall University who plans to continue his studies at Acadia Divinity College.  The remaining proceeds will be awarded to a male student or students still studying at Crandall University.  All recipients will be students who have an equally strong commitment to their studies and to serving people.  They will readily be seen in the University community as people of integrity, self-control, compassion, and consistency.

Robert and Margaret MacQuade Scholarship
The income from an endowment shall be awarded to a student enrolled in any degree-granting program at Crandall University.  The eligible recipient shall be preferably from Victoria or Albert County, New Brunswick and demonstrates financial need.  The recipient will also be a member in a Baptist Church affiliated with Canadian Baptist Ministries.

Robert G. Smith Memorial Bursary
The income from an endowment is to be awarded annually to needy students.

Roberta Jane MacGregor Memorial Scholarship
The income from an endowment, established by Mr. and Mrs. Stuart MacGregor, is awarded to students annually on the basis of need.

Shirley Hawkes Campbell Memorial Scholarship
This scholarship is based on the income of an endowment and is awarded each year to students who intend to enter vocational Christian ministry.  Grants may be awarded to students engaged in summer ministry.

Stanford Reid Award
The income from an endowment, given by Mrs. Priscilla Reid and Dr. Robert S. Wilson is given to the returning student with the highest standing in History.

Stanley T. Pevlin and Elsie B. Pevlin Scholarship
The income from an endowment will be awarded to approximately 10 needy students who are enrolled in courses leading to ministry opportunities.  The scholarship is open to those who have a career goal of pastoral ministry as well as those in other disciplines such as the Youth Leadership Program and the Cross-Cultural Certificate.  Students may qualify if they are involved in any ministry activities while they are students at Crandall University.

Stephen Henry Memorial Bursary
The income from an endowment will be awarded to a returning student who is a member of a church belonging to the Canadian Baptists of Atlantic Canada and is planning to be ordained for full-time Christian pastoral ministry or preparing for appointment by a Christian agency for cross-cultural ministry.  Should no one qualify under those criteria, the award shall be presented secondly, to a student who is a member of a church belonging to the Canadian Baptists of Atlantic Canada who is planning to enter any other form of full-time Christian ministry commonly recognized to be such within the Canadian Baptists of Atlantic Canada; thirdly, to a student who is a member of any Christian church who is planning to be ordained or appointed for cross-cultural ministry; fourthly, to a student who is a member of any Christian church who is planning to enter any other form of full-time Christian ministry.

Stuart and Roberta Murray Endowment
The income from an endowment established by Stuart and Roberta Murray in memory of their parents Sydney and Adelia Murray, and Joseph and Gladys Steeves shall be awarded annually to a student registered in either Greek or Hebrew.

The Bacon Memorial Bursary
The Bacon Memorial Bursary was established in 1990, in memory of E. Catherine Bacon by her sister, Mrs. Florence Hamm of Kingston, Nova Scotia.  The bursary was established to allow the University to present a scholarship(s) to help student(s) who are having financial difficulties.

The Clyde A. Downey Memorial Science Bursary
The income from an endowment will be awarded annually to a student enrolled at Crandall University in the Bachelor of Science program.  The recipient will give evidence of sound academic ability, and will demonstrate that he or she has invested in his or her own educational costs through savings or employment, or demonstrates evidence of financial need.

The Donald and Doris Murray Memorial Bursary
The income from an endowment will provide a renewable bursary based on financial need to students first from Penobsquis, New Brunswick; second from greater Sussex, New Brunswick; and third to any student enrolled at Crandall University.

The Frederick and Nadine Taylor Charitable Foundation Scholarship
An annual scholarship will be awarded to a returning student enrolled in any program of study at Crandall University.  The recipient will exhibit strong academic standing along with demonstrated financial need.  Preference will be given to students from Greater Moncton first, the Province of New Brunswick secondly, and Atlantic Canada thirdly.

The Harold and Ruth Wilbur Bursary
The income from an endowment will be awarded annually to a student who evidences a need for financial assistance, strength of Christian commitment and character, and ability to successfully complete academic programs at Crandall University.

The Hazel J. MacArthur Memorial Scholarship
An annual scholarship will be awarded to a deserving student  from Prince Edward Island enrolled in his/her first or second year of full-time study in any program and who has regularly attended or is a member of any church on PEI.  A deserving student will be defined as a student whose entering GPA approximates the average GPA of the proceeding year’s entering class, and a student who either has a student loan, or demonstrates initiative in funding their education.  The scholarship is renewable for up to four years.

The Henri and Marjorie Lanctin Bursary
The purpose of this endowed fund is to award an annual bursary to a francophone student enrolled at Crandall University who demonstrates a desire to share his/her Christian faith with other francophone students.  The bursary may, secondarily, be awarded to a Christian student who has shown the most improvement in a French language course while demonstrating a desire to share his/her Christian faith with other francophone students.

The Hiltz Family Scholarship Fund
The income from an endowment fund will provide an annual scholarship to a student from the Yarmouth area of Nova Scotia.  Preference will be given to students enrolled in the Youth Leadership Certificate program.  The scholarship may be renewable dependent upon the applicant’s continued enrolment in the Youth Leadership Certificate program.

The Jean (Betts) Taylor Memorial Scholarship
This scholarship has been established in honour and memory of Jean (Betts) Taylor who holds the distinction of being the first graduate of the United Baptist Bible Training School (now Crandall University).  The scholarship shall be awarded to an entering or returning student enrolled in any academic program who is from the Doaktown area of New Brunswick and who evidences both scholastic capability and financial need as determined by the University and who is Baptist by persuasion as evidenced by participation in a Baptist Church.  When no one qualifies in any given year due to the geographical criteria, the criteria expands to Northumberland County, New Brunswick, then the Province of New Brunswick, and then the Atlantic Provinces.

The Lee Scholarship in Education
The income from an endowment will be paid annually to a single parent or mature student with dependants who have resigned full-time employment to pursue full time studies leading to a Bachelor of Education degree.  The successful applicant will be a committed Christian, active in a local church.  The recipient will also demonstrate financial need to the extent that this scholarship would positively impact his/her enrolment at Crandall.

The Mildred P. MacArthur Memorial Scholarship
An annual scholarship will be awarded to a deserving student enrolled in his/her first or second year of full-time study at Crandall University.  The student will be a member of or in regular attendance at a Baptist church belonging to the Canadian Baptists of Atlantic Canada.  A deserving student will be defined as a student whose entering GPA approximates the average GPA of the proceeding year’s entering class, and a student who either has a student loan, or demonstrates initiative in funding his/her education.

The Morley and Joy Shaw Bursary
An annual bursary will be awarded to a student, preferably from Nova Scotia, enrolled in his/her third or fourth year of full-time study at Crandall University.  The student will feel called to Christian ministry, with plans to attend Acadia Divinity College to pursue theological education.

The Paul E. Bubar Memorial Scholarship
This scholarship shall be awarded annually to a returning student enrolled in any academic program who has graduated from one of the following New Brunswick high schools – Woodstock High School, Hartland Community School, or Carleton North High School.  The student shall also have a GPA in the average to above average category and demonstrate financial need to the satisfaction of the awards committee.

The Rev. Horace Morgan Memorial Scholarship
The income from an endowment will be awarded annually to a third or fourth year Crandall University student intending service in Christian ministry.

The Roger and Bettie Farrer Education Scholarship
This scholarship shall be awarded annually to a student enrolled in the Education program.  First preference is to be given to a student who is either a member or actively attends the Newcastle United Baptist Church in Miramichi; secondly, to a student who is either a member or actively the Hillside Baptist Church in Moncton; thirdly, to any student who is a graduate of a High School in New Brunswick’s Anglophone North School District; finally, to any student accepted in the Education program.  In every case, the student must have a GPA in the average to above average category and demonstrate financial need to the satisfaction of the scholarship awards committee.

The Rupert and Joyce Tingley Scholarship
This award will be given to a student enrolled in an academic program that normally leads to a career in Business Administration, Education, or Social Work.  Eligible students would be in their 2nd to 5th years and must have placed in the top half of their class in the previous academic year as determined by GPA.  Preference will be given to students from New Brunswick.

The Stephen and Ella Steeves Scholarship Fund
The income from an endowment will be used each year to award scholarships to deserving students who give evidence of financial need in order to fulfil their educational goals.  Scholarships are available for students in the top ten percent of their entering or returning class; in the average or above average academic range of their entering or returning class; and the below average range of their entering or returning class.

The William and Eva Barrett Memorial Scholarship Fund
The income from an endowment will provide a renewable entrance bursary to a student enrolled in any program of study offered by the University.  Preference will be given to students from New Brunswick Anglophone School District – West (ASD-W) who can demonstrate financial need.  It is the desire of the donors that preference also be given, but not limited, to students from single parent homes.

The William and Jane MacArthur Memorial Scholarship
An annual scholarship will be awarded to an academically qualified student enrolled in the Biblical Studies or Religious Studies program at Crandall University who demonstrates active involvement in a church and whose career goal is to enter full-time vocational Christian service. The scholarship is renewable when awarded under the full criteria as described.

The William Byron and Audrey McLeod Bursary
The income from an endowment will provide a bursary to be awarded annually to a student entering full-time studies at Crandall University.  Preference will be given first to a student who intends to pursue theological studies, and secondly to a student entering the Bachelor of Business Administration degree program.  The successful applicant will be a member in a church of the Canadian Baptists of Atlantic Canada or the Canadian Baptists of Ontario and Quebec.

Trevor Nason Memorial Science Bursary
An annual bursary will be awarded to a senior student (third or fourth year) enrolled in or graduating from the Science program and who demonstrates a desire to continue into either Education or Science (including the health professions) post-graduate programs and fosters enthusiasm for science in the general population by participation in public events.

Walter C. DeBow Memorial Scholarship
The income from an endowment has been established by Mrs. Walter DeBow in memory of her husband.  It is awarded to needy students.

Winnifred Davis Bursary
The income from a trust fund is made available by the First Moncton United Baptist Church, Moncton, New Brunswick.  This bursary is awarded to students who are preparing for vocational Christian ministry, on the basis of need.

Winston A. Steeves Memorial Scholarship
This scholarship is based on the income from an endowment, established as a result of a bequest from the estate of Winston A. Steeves.  The proceeds are to provide two annual scholarships to needy and worthy students pursuing a Bachelor of Arts degree in Biblical Studies or Religious Studies.  The estate wishes these scholarships to reward the faithful efforts of students who might not otherwise secure significant scholarship support.

Wright Memorial Scholarship
The income from an endowment will be awarded annually in memory of Mabel and Ira Benjamin Wright to a returning student who has demonstrated excellence in History.

York-Adam King Scholarship
The income from the York-Adam King Endowment is awarded annually to a student(s) from Havelock, Wheaton Settlement, Fawcett Hill, Lewis Mountain, Steeves Settlement, Petitcodiac, Hillgrove, and Corn Hill, New Brunswick.


Entrance scholarships are offered to ALL eligible Bachelor of Arts in Organizational Management students at the time of their acceptance into full-time enrolment in the Adult Professional Studies Division of the University.

The Dr. Seth Crowell Entrance Scholarships each valued at $1000 and are payable in equal amounts of $500 at the beginning of Semesters III and IV to those students with continuous enrolment and a cumulative GPA of 3.67 at the time of the respective disbursements. It is not payable to a student when they withdraw from the Organizational Management program for more than one semester but remains fully payable to a student who withdraws from the program for less than one semester. All students who are fully funded by their employer are not eligible for this Entrance Scholarship.

There is no limit on the number of these entrance scholarships awarded in a given year. These entrance scholarships may be offered in addition to other scholarships, awards, and bursaries offered by the University.



Idris James Morris Athletic Award
To recognize an exceptional athletes who demonstrate commitment to the Christian faith, the income from an endowment will provide an annual entrance scholarship to a student enrolled in any degree program at Crandall University who has been recruited into the athletics program to be a member of an official University athletic team. This award is non-renewable.

Alumni and Friends Athletic Scholarship
The income from an endowment fund shall be awarded to athletes who participate on an ACAA (or equivalent) university varsity team.  The eligible recipients will normally be first year students, but they may be transfer students, or returning students. Men’s and women’s varsity student athletes are eligible for this award.  These awards are non-renewable.

Charger Athletics Excellence Scholarships
To recognize exceptional athletes who demonstrate significant academic accomplishments and commitment to the Christian faith. These scholarships are equivalent to, or a portion of, the cost of tuition for the academic year.  These scholarships may be renewable.

Colburne and Mitton Housing Athletic Awards
To recognize exceptional athletes who demonstrate commitment to the Christian faith, these awards consist of the value of one bed, in a double room, in on-campus housing first through Colburne House, and then, if no space remains in Colburne House, in Mitton Court.  This award may be renewable. This award may not be combined with other housing awards.

International Player Excellence Awards
To recognize exceptional international athletes who demonstrate commitment to the Christian faith, these awards assist with the cost of the international tuition up to $1,000 for students from the United States of America, and up to $3,000 for students outside of North America.  These awards may be renewable.

All Athletic Scholarships and Awards are also subject to Canadian Collegiate Athletic Association and the Atlantic Collegiate Athletic Association regulations.  Awards will be granted in accordance with the regulations of these, or other relevant, athletic governance bodies.


These bursaries are designed to reimburse students who traveled a significant distance to attend an Admissions event on the Crandall University campus and who then enroll at the University.

Accordingly, students who have traveled from outside of the Maritime Provinces to attend a recognized Admissions event (i.e. Open House, Campus Visit Day, etc.) and then enroll at Crandall are eligible.  The Travel Bursary is a one-time award to the student of up to $500 toward the student’s first year of full-time study.

This bursary is offered to students who submit a Travel Bursary Application Form detailing travel costs involved in visiting Crandall for an admissions event to the Admissions & Financial Awards Office by September 30 in their first semester of classes. For application details, please contact the Admissions & Financial Awards Office at admissions@crandallu.ca.


Keith and Carol Wilson Scholarship
Hillcrest Baptist Church awards scholarships from the income of a trust fund annually to students in need of financial assistance who wish to further their education at Crandall University.   Preference will be given to members of Hillcrest Baptist Church, and then to members of other Baptist Churches within a 75 km radius of Saint John, New Brunswick. Application Form  (Applications must be submitted, prior to June 30 each year, to 476 Lancaster Avenue, Saint John, NB, E2M 2L7)

Yarmouth Association Training Commission Bursaries
These bursaries are available to students from Yarmouth Baptist Association churches who are preparing for full-time Christian ministry.  Students must apply to the Yarmouth Association for this scholarship.

The Government of Canada
The federal government also provides excellent information on grants, bursaries, and scholarships.  Additionally information on budgeting for education, tax deductions, additional sources of funds, and more is available through the Financial Consumer Agency of Canada: http://www.fcac-acfc.gc.ca/eng/forConsumers/lifeEvents/payingPostSecEd/Pages/Grantsbu-Subventi.aspx

Workplace and service clubs
Students may also be able to access awards through their parents’ or guardians’ workplaces, service clubs, local churches, associations, and more.  Please discuss this with your family.


First time university students are eligible to apply for Chancellor’s, Vice-Chancellor’s, President’s, Dean’s Leadership & Service Scholarships, and Colburne and Mitton Campus Housing Scholarships. In order to be considered for one of these scholarships please remember to attach your letter of application with your Application for Financial Awards. More information about these entrance scholarships can be found above.

Returning students who wish to apply for the Dr. Ralph Richardson Scholarship please attach your 500 word essay with your Scholarship/Bursary Application. More information can be found below.



Financial Awards are often given based primarily on the applicant’s courses used to calculate the entrance requirements to a program of the University and/or on their letter of application.  A student may request a reevaluation of their assessment via a formal letter of request to the Financial Awards Committee, should they feel their award values should be altered, or if the student performs better academically in the semester following their award application.   Email admissions@crandallu.ca or call 506-858-8970.



 

Questions?

Email: financialawards@crandallu.ca
Phone: 506-858-8970 ext. 290