Updated guidelines as NB moves to Level 3

January 14, 2022

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Updated guidelines as NB moves to Level 3

At 11:59pm Friday, January 14, 2022, New Brunswick will enter Level 3 of the Province’s Winter Plan. While at this level, the following additional parameters will guide Crandall University operations:

  • Academic buildings will be open to essential Crandall University Community members or essential workers only.
  • Residences will be restricted to tenants only, and residents will adhere to single-household bubble guidelines.
  • Academic programs will operate under blended delivery, with on-site teaching limited to essential classes of 20 or fewer students.
  • Conference Services will be suspended.
  • The Dining Hall will be available only for on-campus students with a meal plan, and seating will be reduced to allow additional physical distance.
  • Indoor co-curricular activities will be suspended or moved online where feasible.
  • Chapel experiences will take place online only.

See Crandall University’s Operating Plan

In addition, the restart of competitive play for ACAA sports has been delayed by the league.

Crandall students and employees are reminded to monitor their university email accounts for the latest details regarding Crandall’s COVID-19 response, or for specific information relating to programs and services.

Crandall University is Atlantic Canada’s leading Liberal Arts University rooted in the Christian Faith, offering degree programs in Arts, Science, Business Administration, Education, and Management. To learn more, visit crandallu.ca or call 1‑888-968-6228.

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