FAQ

FAQ


    Institution control: Private
    School Type: Four-year, liberal arts, with some graduate programs
    Academic Calendar: Semesters
    Religious affiliation: Baptist, but open to all
    School size: 840
    Average class size: 19
    Average size of graduation class: 180
    Student-faculty ratio: 13:1
    Year established: 1949
    Team name: Chargers
    Colours: Blue & Gold
    Admission Average GPA: 2.67
    Essay Required: No
    Interview Required: No
    Application deadline: Rolling
    Application Fee: $40


    Frequently Asked Questions


    Q. Is Crandall a Baptist University?

    A. Crandall is Atlantic Canada’s leading Liberal Arts University rooted in the Christian Faith. It is owned and operated by the Canadian Baptists of Atlantic Canada, but students and employees affiliate with a variety of denominations. All who meet our admissions requirements are welcome to attend Crandall, regardless of religious affiliation.

    Q. Will a degree from Crandall be recognized by other post-secondary institutions?

    A. Many Crandall graduates have been accepted and successful at universities across Canada and the world. Our alumni are employed in a variety of fields and include doctors, lawyers, researchers, charted accountants, educators, pastors, policy writers, managers, and entrepreneurs–among many other professions.

    Q. Are credits from Crandall transferable to other universities?

    A. Yes. For a detailed list of transferable credits, refer to the GNB portal at: http://portal.nbcat.ca/Search/Search.aspx.

    Q. Does Crandall exclusively offer Bachelor degrees?

    A. No. Crandall also offers Master programs in Organizational Management and Education, as well as certificates in Teaching English as a Second Language (T.E.S.L), Youth Leadership, Cross Cultural, & Christian Foundations.

    Q. Does Crandall offer scholarships?

    A. Yes. Crandall awarded over $400,000 in scholarships, bursaries, and awards last year.

    Q. Do Crandall students qualify for student loans?

    A. Yes. Crandall students from Canada are eligible for federal and provincial student loans.

    Q. Does Crandall offer varsity athletics?

    A. Yes. Crandall is a competitive member of the ACAA (soccer, basketball, & cross-country), as well as men’s and womens NCBA Boxing The university also offers a variety of club and intramural sports.