May 22, 2020
Crandall University is pleased to announce that it has approved the following parameters for inclusion in its COVID-19 Operational Master Plan. These operational parameters – which come into effect immediately – comply with guidelines provided by the Province of New Brunswick and are intended to create as safe of a learning environment as possible for employees and students. We want our employees and students to know we are doing everything possible to ensure that the University is a strong team member in the provincial and national effort to combat the spread of this pandemic. While we are working to keep our community safe, we want to preserve the friendly, caring and supportive atmosphere that our University values and for which it is known.
The Provincial guidelines and the Crandall University COVID-19 Operational Master Plan comply with a “yellow” status as interpreted and outlined by the Province of New Brunswick. Crandall University reserves the right to modify these operational parameters, and any accompanying plans, should the situation change and/or the Provincial authorities issue new guidelines.
These operational parameters will inform the development of specific action plans for the following operations at the University:
- Residence/Campus Life
- Conference Services
- Maintenance & Cleaning Services
The plans developed for these operations will comply with operational parameters and will become formal parts of the COVID-19 Operational Master Plan used by the University to manage operations through the COVID-19 pandemic and until they are no longer required as measures to provide for the health and welfare of the Crandall University community (employees, students and guests).
May 12, 2020
Premier Blaine Higgs announced on Friday, May 9th, the movement to phase two of New Brunswick’s recovery plan for COVID-19. The second phase of the plan includes documents for businesses and organizations to reference as they develop individual plans for increasing pubic access and engagement. The Crandall University COVID Advisory Group is meeting on May 14, 2020 to review these documents and develop a specific plan for the University. Following the work of the Advisory Group, more details about the Crandall University Plan will be released.
Until then . . .
The Crandall University physical campus will remain closed to the public and our students. Currently active courses will continue to be administered through online or alternative learning methods as planned. We look forward to opening our campus to the students and the public when we can assure a safe return for all.
For more information about Crandall University, applying for the Fall session, or registering for courses, please contact us at (506) 858-8970 or visit crandallu.ca.