For information on program start dates please see reverse.
Personal Information Name
Street/P.O. City Prov./State Postal/Zip Code .
Date of Birth:
Marital Status*: Single
Previous Name: ____________________
Country of Current Citizenship:
If not Canadian, indicate your status while in Canada: Permanent Resident Student Visa Do you require residence accommodations? Yes (If so, please contact the Student Life Director.) (See Campus Life section of the Academic Calendar.)
Have you ever been enroled at Crandall?
Entrance Requirements This is available to those individuals who have successfully completed a four-year (120 credit hours) B.A. or B.Sc. degree, or equivalent. (Note: Equivalencies are based on Crandall’s standards and guidelines.) It is a two-year, 60 cr. hrs., program. Six additional credit hours in Religious Studies (Biblical content) course work are required if they have not already been completed within the first degree.
Application Process Candidates who satisfy the minimum requirements will be assessed on the basis of professional suitability and academic preparation. Academic transcripts, as well as the other documentation submitted, will be reviewed as essential components of the selection process. Teaching-related experiences and those qualities likely to contribute to teaching success will also be reviewed. Prior to final acceptance, most candidates may be interviewed either in person or by telephone. Given the level of the competition for admission to the program, possession of minimum requirements does not guarantee a place in the B.Ed. program.
In order to participate in learning experiences in the school system, the local school districts require that security checks be completed for all students. Security clearance must be obtained and presented to the University prior to students’ admission to the Bachelor of Education program. Contact your local law enforcement agency for further information regarding the details of this process.
Required Information All your application material and supporting documents must be received by the Education Admissions Office on or before February 15th. These documents include: • A completed B.Ed. application form for admission to the program; • A letter of rationale which details your desire/passion to teach, and linking that passion to your experiences with children. Rationales should be no more than three pages in length; • Three B.Ed. references forms which assess your suitability for the teaching profession in terms of your character, your personal qualities and your ability to work with young people. References should be sealed and sent directly from the referee to the Education Admissions Office. Please use the reference forms provided. Note: No family members please; • Official transcripts from ALL post-secondary institutions you have attended; • Recent 3 1/2 x 5 photo (optional); • Disclosure of Criminal Record information. This can be obtained through your local RCMP detachment or policing agency; • A list of your previous teaching/leadership experience with children in a resume format. • A non-refundable $50 application fee must be included with this application. Make cheques and money orders payable to Crandall University; • If accepted, applicants are requested to contact the Registrar’s Office with any requests for, or questions about, physical or documented learning disabilities and available accommodations; • Return your completed APPLICATION FOR ADMISSION to:
Crandall University, Education Admissions Office, Box 6004, Moncton, NB E1C 9L7 formerly known as Atlantic Baptist University
Academic Information Please have all former educational institutions forward your official transcript(s) by mail directly to the Education Admissions Office of Crandall University. List each high school and/or post‑secondary institution you have attended below. School
Program of Study
Reference Information Please list those three individuals, the referees, who will be filling out the Reference Form on behalf of you, the applicant. Name of Referee
Relationship to Applicant
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Crandall’s Christian Environment Students at Crandall University are encouraged to make responsible decisions about their lifestyles and beliefs. At the same time, they are part of a Christian community which includes certain expectations regarding the way in which we live our lives together ‑ expectations which are academic, social and personal. Students are required to attend chapel, and are encouraged to participate in community activities aimed at promoting personal growth. Additional information on community life standards are available in Crandall University’s Student Handbook or from the Student Development Department.
For Further Information, Contact: Crandall University, Education Admissions Office, Box 6004, Moncton, NB E1C 9L7 or call (506) 858-8970 or toll free at 1-888-968-6228. Please choose the appropriate program start date. September (Application deadline Feb. 15th) January (Application deadline Aug. 15th)
A gr eemen t
I certify the above information is complete and accurate; incomplete applications will not be considered for admission. I agree, if admitted, to respect the Christian ideals and standards of Crandall University and to abide by its rules and regulations. Signature
1-888-968-6228 Box 6004, Moncton, New Brunswick, Canada E1C 9L7 Office: (506) 858‑8970 Fax: (506) 858‑9694
formerly known as Atlantic Baptist University