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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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Crandall welcomes new faculty member for International Academic Programs

International Academic Programs at Crandall University are continuing to grow, and Crandall is pleased to announce Dr. Dieu Hack-Polay as the newest member of the faculty to teach in these programs. Dr. Hack-Polay brings with him a wealth of education and experience, including Doctorates in Education (University of Lincoln, UK) and Sociology (University of Surrey, […]

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Chargers Announce New Men’s Soccer Head Coach

Crandall University is pleased to announce Damian Dyke as the new Head Coach of the Chargers Men’s Soccer team. Damian graduated with a B.A. in International Business from Concordia University, where he was awarded a soccer scholarship and played for the Cavaliers. Damian comes to Crandall with over 25 years of competitive coaching experience.  In […]

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First Cohort of International Students Celebrate Completion of Master’s Program

“Two years ago, our lives were all very different,” said Dr. Dannie Brown from the Brinton Auditorium stage on Tuesday evening. One year ago, the students sitting in the front rows of the auditorium arrived in Canada to begin work on their Master of Organizational Management at Crandall University, and on this evening they were […]

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Crandall Theatre presents a classic Christmas tale

Crandall Theatre, the passionate and talented student-led organization that has brought such hits as The Lion, The Witch, and The Wardrobe and Peter and The Starcatcher to the stage is back again, this time with a fan favourite: the Radio Play by Philip Grecian based on the classic Frank Capra film, It’s a Wonderful Life. […]

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Behind the Scenes of Crandall’s Open House

Open Houses in the university world are exciting events focused on delivering the best, most helpful experience for potential students approaching big life decisions, (while also sprinkling some fun and memorable moments in between). To guarantee that each Crandall Open House completely fulfills its purpose, the Crandall Admissions team devotes a great deal of time […]

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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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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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