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Crandall University and Sussex Christian School have recently signed a Memorandum of Understanding. The agreement invites dual enrolment of Sussex students within certain first year university courses that will count towards both their High School as well as first year university credits. Students will also have access to Crandall facilities, advanced standing in identified programs, specific bursaries and scholarships, and more.
Dr. Marsha Boyd Mitchell, principal of Sussex Christian School, noted that “we are excited about this endeavor with Crandall University as we believe CU is one of the top options for our graduating students from Sussex Christian School. Crandall offers small class sizes, care for the student, a broad range of programming, significant scholarships, and professors who will also be Christian mentors.”
Commenting on the new partnership Dr. Bruce Fawcett, president of Crandall University, said “At Crandall we appreciate the very fine academic and spiritual input into students’ lives provided at Sussex Christian School. It is a great joy for us to welcome even more graduates as Crandall students in the years ahead!”
The Memorandum of Understanding takes effect immediately as both institutions work together to further excellence in academics and engagement with society within the context of faith-based education.
For more information on Sussex Christian School or Crandall University, please visit their websites: www.sussexchristianschool.ca & www.crandallu.ca
Crandall University is Eastern Canada’s leading liberal arts university devoted to the Christian faith. Crandall offers undergraduate degrees in Arts, Science, Business, Education, and Technical Education as well as graduate degrees in Organizational Management and Education. Founded in 1949, Crandall University is provincially chartered to grant degrees and certificates, and is located on a beautiful 200-acre campus in Moncton, New Brunswick, Canada.