Admissions Requirements

Admissions Requirements

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    We offer an impressive list of certificate, undergraduate, and graduate program options. Our classes are large enough to challenge you and small enough that you get to know professors and fellow students well. Our courses are intellectually challenging and focused on delivering a rigorous, holistic and transformative learning experience, which are reasons why Crandall ranks among Canada’s best Christian universities.

    To learn more about our Admission Requirements, please click on one of the options below, or keep scrolling for more information.

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    Transfer Students

    We are excited that you are interested in coming to Crandall! We want to ensure that the process of enrolling with us as simple as possible. So, if you are transferring from another university/college or have recently finished your diploma and want to continue on towards a bachelor’s degree, then there are a couple of steps you will need to take:

    • Fill out an application form:
    • A $40 non-refundable application fee is required with your application
    • Send us your “unofficial” transcript so we can do a quick transfer credit assessment (usually 2-3 days) email: or fax: (506) 863‑6460
    • When you receive your “official” transcript after completing your current courses, please send that to us as well. Mail to: Crandall University, Admissions Office, Box 6004 Moncton, NB, E1C 9L7
    • If you are transferring from a New Brunswick school to Crandall University, then you can visit this New Brunswick course portal to see how many credits you can bring with you!

    Our admissions team is excited to speak with you to help you through this process! Please contact us for more information about the programs Crandall offers including your eligibility for financial awards and scholarships!   |   1‑888‑968‑6228

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    Early Fall Admission

    Students who have achieved an overall average of 80% or above in grade 11 and are registered in grade 12 courses that satisfy the program requirements will be eligible for early fall admission. Admission would be conditional upon maintaining satisfactory final grade 12 results in June. The early application deadline is November 30. Applicants will receive a decision no later than December 31. Students who are applying for early fall admission should include their final grade 11 marks and a school approved list of courses they are taking in grade 12 (both semesters) with the application.


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    Mature Students

    Applicants who are at least 21 years of age and have been out of school for two or more years may be considered for admittance into a B.A., B.B.A. or B.Sc. program even though they may not meet the previously stated admission requirements. However, the applicant must be prepared to demonstrate sufficient ability to manage a university course load. Mature applicants are required to submit a letter of intent with their completed application. The letter of intent will outline educational background, employment history, and future plans.

    Seniors (65 years of age and over) may enroll in courses for one-half the tuition costs. Courses may be audited by seniors at no charge to the individual.

    Adults of all ages are encouraged to consider studying either part-time or full-time at Crandall University.

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    Reactivation / Re-admission

    Students absent from Crandall University between one and five years are required to complete a reactivation form. To obtain a copy of this form, please contact the Admissions Office.

    Students absent from Crandall University for more than five years are required to submit a new application.

    Students who have been approved for re-admission are subject to the degree requirements at the time of re-admission.


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    Homeschooled Students

    Crandall University evaluates homeschooled applicants on an individual basis. Homeschooled applicants are required to meet the University’s general admissions requirements. The following documents and supplementary materials are required, along with an application, in order for the admissions office to complete a knowledgeable assessment.

    The applicant must provide a list of the courses and grades that he/she completed in grades 10 through 12. This may be generated by an independent homeschooling agency or by the applicant’s parent(s)/guardian(s). The name of each course or subject covered should be indicated on the transcript document, along with the grade received in each course and the duration of the course including the number of hours and weeks.

    It is recommended that the applicant provide a cover letter indicating the length of the homeschooling study, the pedagogy employed, curriculum choices, etc., used in education. The letter could also include a reflection on the homeschooling experience, as well as an outline of the applicant’s university plans and career aspirations.

    The applicant must provide a brief course description and syllabi of the courses studied with a list of the texts used. This is especially important for those students interested in Crandall’s science program.


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    IB/AP Students

    Crandall University grants university credit to students who have demonstrated exceptional ability within either the Advanced Placement program or the International Baccalaureate program. Students involved in either of these programs, who have received scores of four or five on Advanced Placement Examinations, or scores of five, six, or seven on the International Baccalaureate Examinations, may request an assessment for university credit up to a maximum of 30 credit hours. For Further information, contact the Registrar.

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