Crandall Signs MOU with HEMS

Crandall Signs MOU with HEMS

Posted in on September 18, 2018

Crandall University is pleased to announce the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding with HEMS (Helping, Encouraging, Mentoring, Serving), a support group for homeschooling families in Nova Scotia. This MOU will provide entrance and scholarship opportunities for homeschool students associated with HEMS to continue their education at Crandall University.

Based out of the Halifax Regional Municipality, the goal of HEMS is to provide homeschooling families with resources, encouragement and edification to help make homeschooling a positive experience.

HEMS is currently organized by Jeff and Stephanie Jackson. “Their leadership in bringing our two organizations together has been instrumental in the signing of this agreement,” stated Chris Robb, Senior Director of Enrollment Management at Crandall University. “We are excited to work with HEMS in promoting the benefits of Christian higher education!”

Students associated with HEMS may contact Stephanie Jackson (contactus@hems-ns.ca) or the Admissions Department at Crandall University for more information regarding this agreement.

Crandall University is Eastern Canada’s leading liberal arts university devoted to the Christian faith. Crandall offers undergraduate degrees in Arts, Science, Business Administration, 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.

Stephanie Jackson and Dr. Bruce Fawcett

Stephanie Jackson, director of HEMS and Dr. Bruce Fawcett, President of Crandall University