Crandall University is a Christian university located in Moncton, New Brunswick, Canada. The University is owned and run by the Canadian Baptists of Atlantic Canada. Crandall was established in 1949 and officially approved and accredited by the Office of Post-Secondary Education, Training and Labour in New Brunswick.
The school offers programs and courses leading to recognized degrees such as bachelor degrees, master degrees in Art, Science, Business Administration, Education, and Organizational Management. Crandall University scholarships and bursaries are also accessible to both local and international students taking courses in the school.
Applicants who just completed high school and applying for a degree in Arts, Science or Business with a minimum of 80% average are automatically awarded scholarships. Below is a list of Crandall University scholarships and bursaries for students in CU.
Crandall University Scholarships For International Students
The Crandall university has made available different scholarships for international students. These scholarships are awarded based on criteria such as the student’s academic performances, leadership skills or financial needs.
Board Of Governors Entrance Scholarship
These guaranteed entrance scholarships reward high school applicants for their academic prowess or performances. Canadian students with a minimum admission average of 80%, as nominated by the Admissions and Financial Awards Office, automatically gets a scholarship for full-time studies. Students with higher averages are granted larger scholarships.
|Name||Entrance Average||Annual Scholarship Value|
This scholarship is renewable and can be combined with other scholarships and awards. It is for applicants who maintain a very good academic standing.
Board of Governors Transfer scholarship
These type of scholarships award reward transfer students who show academic excellence. To be eligible, transfer applicants should have completed a minimum of 9 credit hours of study at another recognized North American university or college with a minimum Grade Point Average (GPA) of at least 3.0. The scholarship amounts are awarded as follows. See table below for more details;
|Name||Cumulative GPA||Scholarship Amount|
|Bustin||3.5 or higher||$1,500|
|White||3.0 – 3.49||$1,000|
This Board og Governors transfer scholarship is for transfer students who maintain a very good academic record. This scholarship is not renewable.
Jackson Entrance Scholarship
Jackson Entrance scholarship is established to recognize Canadian and international students who graduate from Christian secondary institutions, students who graduate from faith-based Christian homeschool settings and students from families engaged in vocational Christian ministry are qualified for this scholarship.
The Jackson Entrance Awards are worth at $1,000 per qualifying student. These scholarhips are non-renewable and are provided to those students in full-time study at Crandall.
To qualify for this scholarship, you must:
- Be a full-time student at the university
- Have graduated from faith-based Christian homeschool.
Colburn And Mitton Campus Housing Scholarship
These scholarship awards are for eligible Campus Housing applicants students who provide evidence of local church and community engagement within their high school years. Scholarship beneficiares are expected to maintain their local church and community engagement while receiving the scholarship award.
|Entrance Average||Annual Scholarship Value|
|Year 3||75% of initial award|
|Year 4||85% of initial award|
To be eligible for this scholarship, you must:
- maintain your local church
- Submit a letter of application to the Financial Awards and Office
There is no limit on the number of these scholarships awarded in a given year, as long as space remains in Campus Housing.
Leadership And Service Scholarship
These scholarships are offered to eligible Canadian students who provide proof of significant Christian leadership during their period in high school. This may include the student’s service in the local church, community engagement, camp ministry leadership, mission trips, or other acts of Christian service.
Scholarship value are determined by the applicant’s admission average. A student must submit a letter of application to the Admissions and Financial Awards Office stating their Christian leadership and service involvement. There is no limit on the number of these scholarships awarded in a particular year. See table below for more details;
|Entrance Average||Award Name||Annual Scholarship Value|
Yarmouth Association Training Commission Bursaries
This bursaries is meant for students who are preparing for full-time ministry. This application (students) must be directed to the Yarmouth association.
Application Deadline: The application deadline is June 30.