COVID-19 Information

Coronavirus (COVID-19) Information

How Crandall University is responding to COVID-19

Our top priority is the safety and well-being of the Crandall community. With the COVID-19 pandemic evolving rapidly, Crandall has formed a COVID-19 Advisory Team to prepare for all scenarios. The COVID-19 Advisory Team, chaired by the Provost, includes representatives from Campus Housing, Enrollment Services, and Conference Services. The group meets regularly to ensure an integrated and comprehensive response to the impact of COVID-19 on the Crandall community.

The Crandall COVID-19 Advisory Team will coordinate efforts with New Brunswick Public Health. The university will act on the direction and advice of our public health officials when potential risks occur to ensure we are protecting the health and safety of our community.

Student FAQ

Is the university open?

The Crandall campus is open for students and employees, who can access the building using their ID cards. Most classes are taking place in person, though some remain online.

Visitors to campus should arrange an appointment prior to arriving. Once inside, they will need to provide their name and contact information. All visitors will be required to follow Crandall University’s safety guidelines, including, but not limited to the wearing of masks.

I live in residence; what are the guidelines?

Students living in Colburne House or Mitton Court should contact the Manager of Student Housing (crystal.knowles@crandallu.ca) for information on health and safety guidelines for on-campus housing.

How will the university communicate with me if there are changes that affect my education?

The first point of notification for updates to Crandall’s operations will be through a university-wide email announcement. Please keep a close eye on your Crandall email for updates!

If you don’t have access to your Campus Login, please contact helpdesk@crandallu.ca.

We are also trying to keep this website as up-to-date as possible. As the situation is changing rapidly, we ask that you check your Crandall email regularly.

I have symptoms of COVID-19; should I come to campus?

If you are experiencing symptoms of COVID-19, regardless of your vaccination status, you should stay at home, contact Telecare 8-1-1, and follow their instructions. You may also complete an online self-assessment to register for a COVID-19 test

I live in residence and I have symptoms of COVID-19; what should I do?

If you live in residence, please remain in your room and call 8-1-1 (Telecare) for further instruction. Please notify the Manager of Student Housing for more information.

I traveled outside of Canada recently. Should I still come to campus?

Crandall follows the guidelines of the Public Health Agency of Canada. Please follow the guidelines listed.

I am experiencing anxiety or have other concerns related to COVID-19. What should I do?

We understand that news surrounding COVID-19 can create anxiety or concern. It is important to ensure that your understanding of developments is based on fact. The Public Health Agency of Canada should be your primary source of information.

You may also take advantage of the various counselling options available to students.

For more information or questions, please contact the Chair of the COVID-19 Advisory Group at: academic@crandallu.ca

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The best way to see all that Crandall University has to offer is to come for a campus tour. We can also customize a campus tour to your specific interests.

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