Get Involved

Get Involved

    Your involvement in student life may offer valuable opportunities for leadership, fun, and much more.  We know you are busy but your involvement offers a chance to make a difference in the Crandall community and beyond.

    Why should you get involved?

    Make friends that will last a lifetime
    As you connect with others who have like interests, you become part of a support team who shares your commitment.

    Gain new experience and enhance your résumé
    The responsibility you take and the leadership skills you develop will be an important addition to your résumé when you consider further education or finding a job.

    Be an agent of change
    Use your voice and talents to make a difference on campus and in the Greater Moncton area.

    Crandall Student Association (CSA)

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    CSAExecutive'15The CSA is separated into the executive and the senate members, as well as hired positions. There are many different opportunities to get involved with us! There are senate members based on discipline, ie.; Arts, Science, etc to ensure the students of Crandall are well represented. A great way to get involved at Crandall is to be apart of the CSA!

    You as the students are already part of the association, as the association is the student population as a whole. To become a greater part, run for a position, join a society! We want you, to enjoy your time at Crandall and to get involved!



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    Faith & Service

    Crandall offers many opportunities to inquire about and grow in matters of the Christian faith. From informal conversations to organized Small Group discussions, interested students may find many venues for discussion and learning about Christianity. Daily chapels are offered, as well, as a means of corporate worship for the students, staff, and faculty.

    One of the ways we celebrate our faith is through the teaching of God’s Word and the praise and worship at the daily chapel gatherings. Chapel provides a place to come together to focus and gain perspective on the ways God has blessed us and challenges us to grow in knowledge discipline and outreach.

    We are committed to helping you explore and answer life’s big questions.

    Our purpose and desire is not only to see students grow in knowledge, but also in their faith through an encouraging and supportive environment.

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    Sports Teams

    Play on or cheer on our sports teams.

    At Crandall, our athletics is the heartbeat of student life on campus. We wear our blue, white and gold with pride and echo the cheers down the hallways and byways of the university.  We offer varsity Men’s Soccer, Women’s Soccer, Men’s Basketball, Women’s Basketball and Cross Country.  We also offer a variety of Club sports.  Come out and show your Charger Pride!

    Become a Charger

    If you are interested in competing on a varsity team at Crandall, please fill out the form below. For more information on the level, competitiveness, and commitment required to play on a Crandall Chargers varsity team, please contact
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    Student Ambassador Program

    The Crew


    The Student Ambassador program at Crandall University is a volunteer group of exceptional student leaders which provide outreach to prospective students and guests. Each year, the Ambassador team participates in a variety of recruitment activities both on and off campus. Examples of events the Ambassador’s may be asked to participate in are listed below:

    • Campus Tours
    • Open House Activities
    • Crandall Live
    • Convocation
    • Springforth
    • Community Events

    The Crandall Student Ambassador position is one that is held with high honor at the University and is coordinated through the Office of Admissions. Those chosen to the program will be given the opportunity to develop their leadership and communication skills that will be imperative in their future careers.

    For more information about the Student Ambassador program, what we do, our history, or how to become an Ambassador, please contact David Cook in the Office of Admissions. Email: or phone: 506 863-6434.

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