How to become a Crandall student in 2020

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How to become a Crandall student in 2020

A University’s admissions process is composed with simplicity in mind. However, with the campus currently closed as the result of the Global Health Crisis, applying to University has changed slightly from previous years. In order to ensure that this transition is seamless and the new process as simple as possible for potential applicants, here’s what […]

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Honours Programs: The Value of a Thesis

Here at Crandall University, we are proud of the high level of academic achievement that our students strive for each and every day. Throughout our history, Crandall has sought to provide programs that enable students to challenge themselves to reach their fullest academic potential. As such, undergraduate students in nearly every department have the option […]

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First Year Student Perspectives

As all who have made the leap from high school to post-secondary education know, university is an exciting chapter in an individual’s educational career. The transition from high school to university brings with it many new and unexplored opportunities, such as moving away from home and developing relationships with individuals from diverse backgrounds and cultures. […]

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Two Roads Diverge at Fall Foliage Day 2019

Here at Crandall, we have many traditions that are uniquely our own, but Fall Foliage has to be our prettiest tradition of all! Fall Foliage is an annual event that sets aside time for members of the Crandall community – students, staff, and faculty alike – to take time for reflection in nature with God […]

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A look into the minds of potential graduates

It’s autumn, which means that Crandall University has once again opened its doors to a mass of undergraduate students. While the majority are either enthusiastic first years who are just learning the ropes or experienced upperclassmen who are returning to the familiarity of their academic lives, a select group is braving uncharted territory and experiencing […]

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2019 Orientation Kicks off new Academic Year

Orientation week is an important part of the university experience for new students. Arriving on campus to a whole new reality, and it can take some time to get your feet under you if you have to go it alone. That’s where Orientation shines. Staff, faculty, and other students all work together to welcome new […]

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Packing for ClayStone – A Different School Supply List

On August 30th, students in Crandall University’s ClayStone Certificate will gather for a year of Transformation: Heart, Mind and Body. Unlike most university students, these have a much more diverse packing list! In addition to the textbooks and school supplies – ClayStone is a full year of university after all – many other exciting items […]

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Student Feedback Results in Changes for Colburne House in 2015-16

Crandall’s Division of Enrolment & Student Affairs launched a review of residential services within, the primarily freshmen residence of, Colburne House during the 2014-15 academic year.  The Assistant Vice-President of this Division, Sheldon MacLeod, recently released the results of this review. I am proud to announce that after several months of evaluation, we have come […]

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Crandall recognized at CFLC Employer and Educator Recognition Ceremony.

  Crandall U was very honoured to be recognized at the 5th Canadian Division’s CFLC Employer and Educator Recognition Ceremony. Crandall was nominated by psychology student Trevor Vande Brand who found his professors were very accommodating and helpful when he needed to make arrangements to serve during the semester. “Throughout my 3 years at Crandall […]

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2015 ACAA Basketball Playoffs

Congratulations to our Chargers for all of the achievements made this basketball season! Both Men and Women’s teams made playoffs and our Men won Silver!

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