Individuals who wish to take courses at Tyndale University College for credit without admission to a degree or certificate program may do so through occasional student status. Acceptance as an occasional student does not guarantee acceptance to a degree or certificate program at Tyndale University College.
If at a later date an occasional student wishes to enroll into a degree or certificate program, s/he must be accepted under the regular Tyndale admissions procedures. If admitted into a program, the courses s/he has completed may be used to fulfill the requirements of that program, provided they fit into the program outline.
Normally, an occasional student may complete up to three courses (9 credit hours). A student must complete the regular application process and be formally admitted into a program prior to beginning the fourth course. Occasional student status is not open to students in the following categories:
- Applicants who do not meet Tyndale’s English Language Requirements
- International applicants (with the exception of those taking online courses in their home country)