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About the University

Crandall University is Atlantic Canada’s leading Liberal Arts University rooted in the Christian faith. Founded in 1949, Crandall is an independent university in Moncton, New Brunswick, Canada. Crandall is home to over 800 students, including students from sixteen different countries.

Situated on a picturesque, 200-acre site in beautiful Moncton, New Brunswick, Crandall’s campus offers a welcoming atmosphere, a commitment to students, academic excellence and a commitment to the Christian faith.

Crandall’s exceptional faculty, favourable 13:1 student-to-professor ratio and renowned academic programs (including two new masters degree programs) set it apart as a campus students are proud to call home.


Generous scholarships and financial aid
Crandall is the most affordably priced of the more than 200 Christian universities in North America. Crandall is not only competitively priced, but it also attracts excellent students from across the country and around the globe due to its generous scholarship and bursary program for traditional undergraduate students. Entering high school applicants to an Arts, Business, or Science degree who possess an average of 80% or above are automatically awarded a Board of Governors entrance scholarship.

Faculty academic credentials
Crandall’s professors have graduated from some of the world’s most prestigious institutions including: Aberdeen, Columbia, Florida State, Harvard, Manchester, Oxford, Notre Dame, Penn State, Queen’s, the Sorbonne, Western, Wheaton, York, and the Universities of Alberta, British Columbia, Chicago, Illinois, Maryland, New Brunswick, Ottawa, Toronto, Wales, and more.

Faculty publications
Crandall’s professors have had scholarly academic articles published in hundreds of the leading journals in their respective fields. In addition, faculty members have had books published by prestigious academic presses including: Abilene University Press, Ashgate, Baker Academic, Cambridge Scholars Press, HarperZondervan, Inter-Disciplinary Press, InterVarsity Academicand many more.

Study abroad opportunities
Crandall is one of only two universities in Canada to have a study abroad agreement with the University of Oxford. You can apply to travel with your friends to Britain to study drama, literature, history, and culture in an experience that is supplemented by visits to world-class museums, libraries, and theatres. Other students travel to Alberta or China to complete internships, or study theatre in Alberta.

Highly able classmates
In university life, academically-able students spur each other on to academic success. At Crandall, entering undergraduates hold a high school graduating average that places Crandall in the top ten of all universities in Canada. A Crandall experience gives you a great opportunity to reach your full potential for success by providing an opportunity for you to rub shoulders with others who have the ability to perform at the highest academic level.

Championship athletics
Students at Crandall can try out for men’s and women’s ACAA basketball, soccer, or cross country. Other competitive sports include men’s and women’s NCBA boxing, and intramural sports open to all such as hockey, volleyball, and more.

Excellent facilities

About 25 years ago Crandall relocated to a brand new 200-acre campus. All of our facilities have been constructed in recent years. Our buildings are bright, open and welcoming with easy access to the internet. Our state of the art facilities are designed to facilitate not only classroom learning but also provide places for friends to converse, study together, or share a snack or meal together.

Residence Options
As a Crandall student you can apply to live in Colburne House’s single or double rooms that are grouped together into pods of four rooms that share a washroom. Other students prefer Mitton Court with its 2, 3, and 4 bedroom fully-furnished apartments. The Crandall campus is alcohol, smoke, and drug free, including the residences.

Work experience
At Crandall you can apply to work on campus to not only earn funds to help with the cost of your school expenses, but also to gain work experience and a clearer sense of life direction. Some students serve as Resident Assistants, faculty assistants, or provide administrative support in the Rawlyk Library. Other students work in the university bookstore, serve as chapel worship team leaders, provide support to faculty and students as information technology support staff, or provide administrative support for Advancement, Student Services, at athletic events and to various departments within the University.

A Great Location
Crandall University is located in Moncton, New Brunswick, one of the most dynamic and vibrant cities on Canada’s east coast. Moncton is commonly rated as one of the most affordable communities in which to live in Canada, and it is a destination location for many due to its great shopping, many restaurants, fun-filled festivals, and its lively cultural attractions. It is an enriching and safe location to enjoy your university years!

English Language Requirements

English is the language of instruction at Crandall University. Students must possess a mastery of English sufficient to communicate effectively, follow lectures, and write assignments and examinations in English.

Possession of minimum entrance requirements does not guarantee admission to Crandall University. International applicants must submit proof of ability to follow a university program taught in English. If English is not your first language, please submit official test reports with required scores. Listed below are English language proficiency tests available to international students:

Undergraduate Students

  • IELTS: minimum 6.5 overall, minimum 6.0 in each area. (International English Language Testing System)
  • TOEFL-IBT: minimum 90 overall, minimum 21 in each area. (Internet-Based Test)
  • TOEFL-CBT: minimum 236 overall, minimum TWE 4.5. (Computer-Based Test)
  • TOEFL-PBT: minimum 580 overall, minimum TWE 4.5. (Paper-Based Test)
  • CAN-Test: minimum 4.5 overall, minimum 4.0 in each area. (Canadian Test of English for Scholars and Trainees)
  • CAEL: minimum band 70 overall, minimum 60 in each area. (Canadian Academic English Language Assessment)
  • MELAB: minimum 85 overall, minimum 80 in each area. (Michigan English Language Assessment Battery)
  • CLB: minimum 9 overall, minimum 8 in each area. (Canadian Language Benchmarks)
  • Common European Framework: C1.

Graduate Students

  • IELTS: minimum 6.5 overall, minimum 6.0 in each area (or equivalent score in other testing system)

International Students not meeting the language requirements may still apply!
Applicants who meet Crandall University’s academic requirements but have not provided proof of English language proficiency may be granted a conditional offer of admission. Students must complete a university-preparatory English language program at Crandall University or at a Language Centre (McKenzie College). Applicants must provide sufficient proof of English language proficiency before a full offer of admission may be granted.

Once Crandall’s English language proficiency requirements have been met, a revised offer will be issued for studies beginning in either the September or January academic term.


Crandall University is committed to helping students achieve a transformational education by providing financial assistance in the form of scholarships, awards, and bursaries.

Academic Leadership & Service Scholarships
Housing & Leadership Scholarships
Jackson Scholarships
Athletic Scholarships (Must contact a varsity coach)
*See below drop down menus for ALL info!

*Scholarship application deadline is March 1

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