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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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Crandall enrollment continues to increase

Crandall University is pleased to announce that overall student enrollment has increased again this year. The tally for the 2019 Fall term at Crandall shows an increase of 9.4% overall in full time equivalent enrollment, up from a 4% increase in 2018. While there was an increase in domestic student enrollment numbers, the lion’s share […]

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Over $240,000 raised at 70th Anniversary event

Crandall University celebrated its 70th Anniversary this September, and part of that celebration included a gala dinner with the goal of raising funds for student scholarships. Nearly 300 people were in attendance at the Gala, including representatives from local and provincial government, leaders of various organizations around Greater Moncton and beyond, as well as Crandall […]

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Student Achievement Celebrated at 2019 Academic Excellence Dinner

As each new academic year gets underway, a dinner is held to celebrate the students’ academic achievements of the previous year. Students who receive academic scholarships and returning students who are on the Dean’s list are invited to take part in the event. This year, attendees were treated to a talk from Business Administration Professor […]

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Dr. Alan Chan Cowrites study on Canada Summer Jobs Program

This summer, Dr. Alan Chan of Crandall’s Business Administration department co-authored a study with Dr. David Murrell from the University of New Brunswick, looking at the Canada Summer Jobs Program and the way that funds are distributed to support student employment in different regions of the country. From the paper’s abstract: The Canada Summer Jobs […]

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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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Crandall Welcomes New Psychology Prof.

Crandall University is pleased to welcome Jordan Schriver to the full-time faculty in the Psychology Department. Professor Schriver anticipates completing his PhD studies at the University of New Brunswick within the next year. His area of expertise and interest is in social psychology with a particular interest in altruism and culture. Jordan is the son […]

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Bachelor of Theology Students Serve in Cuba

The first-year Crandall-Acadia Theology students had a great trip to Cuba this year! While there, our team stayed at two camps which are owned and run by the Fraternity of Baptist Churches in Cuba (FIBAC), a partner with Canadian Baptist Ministries. We helped transform an overgrown bamboo patch into an outdoor chapel and participated in […]

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Crandall Golf Classic raises more than $24,000 for Chargers Athletics

Moncton – It was a beautiful day at Royal Oaks Golf Club for the 15th annual Crandall University Golf Classic. 25 teams took part in the tournament this year, which raises money for Chargers Athletics scholarships and programs. The winning team for this year’s tournament was MCW Maricor. Thank you to all the players who […]

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Luminos Team Spring Tour 2019

“We’re from Crandall University and our name is Luminos. Luminos is Latin for light and that’s how we want to be in our worship – full of light and energy.” Layton MacCabe, a member of the tour team, would come to say this many times when introducing the band over the course of the two-and-a-half […]

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