Welcome to the Crandall-Acadia Bachelor of Theology Partnership.

This degree is designed specifically for those students who have a passion for serving God and developing a stronger relationship with Him. While not designed to prepare students for ordained ministry, this double-degree learning experience is an excellent foundation for those who wish to do further study towards a Master of Divinity degree.

Admission

In order to be admitted to the Crandall-Acadia Bachelor of Theology Partnership, applicants normally have a High School diploma, or its equivalent, with at least an 80% average in 5 Grade 12 academic courses.

Instructions for Applying to the Crandall-Acadia Bachelor of Theology Partnership:

Please read all the instructions below before starting your application.

Once you have applied to Crandall University, you can then apply to Acadia Divinity College.

Applicants are encouraged to apply for admission as early as possible during the academic year prior to their intended enrolment to ensure successful registration.

1. Completing the Application Form

The application is a five-step form that should take you approximately 15 minutes to complete. If you are not able to complete the application all at once, there is a save button located at the bottom of each section. Make sure to save any completed sections before exiting the online application.

You will need to select “Yes” when asked, “Are you a part of the Crandall-Acadia Program?”

2. Paying the Processing Fee

A $50.00 (CDN) non-refundable application fee can be paid online by credit card OR by mailing a cheque or money order (made payable to Acadia University) to:

Admissions Office
Acadia University
Box 7
Wolfville, NS
B4P 2R6

3. Transcripts

As an applicant to Acadia Divinity College, you are responsible for requesting that one (1) official copy of your transcript from each high school and any post-secondary institution you have attended be mailed directly to Acadia University. These transcripts are only considered official if they are received in a sealed envelope from the original high school, college or university. They should be mailed directly by each school(s), college(s) or university(s) to:

Admissions Office
Acadia University
Box 7
Wolfville, NS
B4P 2R6

4. Monitor your application

After your application has been received, you will receive an automated email with instructions on how to log into your Acadia Central account. You will be able to verify the status of your application from this account.

Acadia Central

5. Receiving a Decision

Once you have submitted your application and all required supporting documents have been received, your completed file will be processed by the Admissions Committee of Acadia Divinity College as well as the Admissions Office of Acadia University. Applicants will be notified of an admission decision and will receive an official letter by regular mail service.

For Application Assistance Please Contact:
Catherine Cole

Manager of Recruitment and Admissions

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