Moncton – Crandall University’s Board of Governors has approved a continued freeze on tuition rates for the coming academic year.
This marks the third consecutive year that tuition has been frozen for Crandall students. This means that undergraduate students who began their studies in the fall of 2020 and graduate after four years will have paid the same tuition rate for their entire degree.
“We believe strongly in making a Crandall education as affordable as possible for our students,” said Chris Robb, Vice President for Enrollment Management. “So we are thrilled that we are able to provide this consistency in tuition rates, especially in light of the financial uncertainties that we are all facing these days.”
The approved tuition freeze benefits undergraduate and graduate programs for both domestic and international students – no program will see an increase in tuition this year.
Dr. Bruce Fawcett, Crandall’s President and Vice Chancellor, credits the freeze to the strong financial support of donors: “As a private institution, we don’t ask for or receive government funds to operate the University; we rely on the generous support of our donors, which helps us to offer an exceptional educational experience while keeping the cost to students low.”
Crandall Tuition Rates for 2023-2024
|Bachelor of Arts, Business Administration, or Science||$9,200|
|Bachelor of Education or Technical Education||$11,300|
|Degree Completion (Organizational Management)||$5,630 per semester|
|Master of Organizational Management||$1,525 per three credit hours|
|Master of Education||$1,125 per three credit hours|
|Bachelor of Arts, Business Administration, or Science||$10,200|
|Bachelor of Education or Technical Education||$12,300|
|Degree Completion (Organizational Management)||$6,130 per semester|
|Bachelor of Arts, Business Administration, or Science||$17,900|
|Bachelor of Education or Technical Education||$19,920|
|Master of Management||$33,550 full program|
|Master of Organizational Management||$24,950 full program|