You are assigned a faculty advisor based on your current academic program. If you change your program, your Faculty Advisor will change. If you are registered in a double major program, you will need to see the Faculty Advisor that corresponds with each major. See below for programs and corresponding Faculty Advisors.
Faculty Advisors for 2014-2015
Bachelor of Arts
History Dr. Brad Faught
Human Services (ECE) Dr. Anthony Hutchinson
Human Services (SSW) Dr. Anthony Hutchinson
Human Services (Modular) Dr. Daniel Wong
Health & Human Services Concentration Prof. Carsten Hennings & Dr. Anthony Hutchinson
Linguistics Dr. Myles Leitch
Philosophy Dr. Richard Davis
Biblical Studies & Theology (A-F)Prof. Steve Thomson
Biblical Studies & Theology (G-L)Dr. Craig Carter
Biblical Studies & Theology (M-R)Dr. Daniel Driver
Biblical Studies & Theology (S-Z)Dr. Benjamin Reynolds
Biblical Studies & Theology with a Focus in...
- Intercultural Studies Dr. Dan Scott
- Pastoral Studies Dr. Daniel Wong
- Pentecostal Studies Dr. Bradley Noel
- Youth Ministry Dr. Dan Scott
Bachelor of Religious Education
Certificate in Christian Studies
Not applicable to students taking a ministry focus.
Students who are registered in a double major program are required to meet with the faculty advisor that corresponds with each major.
Your faculty advisor is a resource to help you. You, the student, are responsible for your educational experience. It is up to you to fulfill your program requirements and follow the academic policies and procedures, as written in the Tyndale University College Academic Calendar.
Expectations of faculty advisors
You can expect your advisors to:
- be knowledgeable about your program requirements
- assist you in course selection and vocational exploration
- have posted office hours every week throughout the semester
- return your emails and phone messages
take interest in you as individuals
Expectations of students
You will be expected to:
- contact your advisor ahead of time to make an appointment with him/her at least once a semester
- respect his/her time and office hours
- take responsibility for your own academic plans and progress