Students who want to transfer to Crandall University from another institution must follow the application procedure stated previously. Both high school and post-secondary transcripts are required when a transfer applicant has completed post-secondary studies other than at the university level or with less than one year of university studies. For all other applicants with university experience, only the university transcript will be required. However, high school transcripts may be required for certain programs. Failure to provide the required transcripts prior to the end of the first semester may result in dismissal.
Once accepted, the student’s file will be evaluated by the Registrar’s Office for possible transfer credit. Post-secondary courses taken elsewhere are eligible for transfer credit provided the course complies with the standards established by Crandall University for its own courses and the grade obtained by the student is a pass in accordance with the Memorandum of Understanding between Atlantic Canadian Colleges for the Encouragement of Transfer Agreements.
The maximum number of hours accepted for transfer credit from other institutions is 60 credit hours towards a degree of 120 credit hours. Within this 60 credit hour maximum, no more than 50% of a major is eligible for transfer towards a Bachelor of Arts or Bachelor of Science degree, and no more than 50% of required Business courses are eligible for transfer towards a Bachelor of Business Administration degree.
Check out the Credit Transfer Portal to see what NB university credits transfer to and from CrandallU.
To use the portal, select “Search Credits” from the menu, then select from the left-hand list the institution(s) where you have previously obtained credits.