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Crandall University and the Home Educators of New Brunswick (HENB) have signed a Memorandum of Understanding. This agreement invites members of HENB who are in their senior year to dual enrolment within certain first year university courses that will count towards both their High School as well as first year university credits. HENB-affiliated students will also have access to Crandall facilities, advanced standing in identified programs, specific bursaries and scholarships, and more.
Mr. Roderick Cumberland, president of HENB, noted that “The Board of Directors reviewed the MOU between Crandall and HENB and we were very encouraged by Crandall’s forward thinking and efforts to accommodate home education and graduates from home schooling.”
The Memorandum of Understanding takes effect immediately as both organizations work together to further excellence in academics within the context of faith-based education.
“We are pleased to be partnering with the Home Educators of New Brunswick. We welcome the opportunity to help facilitate their desire to serve their members by creating new and exciting educational opportunities for home schooled students. We look forward to welcoming HENB-affiliated students and graduates at Crandall for years to come!” commented Dr. Bruce Fawcett, President of Crandall University.
For more information on the Home Educators of New Brunswick, visit www.henb.ca