The Registrar's Office is committed to your academic success. We want to see each student reach their potential and set goals towards graduation. From course planning to program selection, please let us know how we can help. Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions or would like to set up an appointment!
Questions about your program? Thinking of changing your program? Wondering about your learning style? Having difficulty in your classes? Trying to cope with stress and manage your time? Not sure who to do about your current academic situation? Advising consultations are available in-person, over the phone, or by email. Appointments are student-driven and cover a variety of topics. We are focused on working with students who require additional support in course selection, advising, advocacy, and assistance. Appointments are available to all students at the University College or Seminary.
- Email us at email@example.com to request Read & Write 11 (free writing and reading comprehension software)
- Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to request Pulse (free learning style assessment)
Manager, Centre for Academic Excellence
email@example.com; 416.226.6620 ext 6745
Office Location: E-Wing, Room 303
Writing & Tutoring Services
Writing & Tutoring Services helps students achieve their potential as learners. They offer two kinds of support: Academic Tutoring (for Tyndale Undergraduate students [excluding B.Ed.] in multiple areas of study) and Writing Consultations (for all students). Students at all levels of ability are welcome at the Centre. All services are free.
Learning Specialist, Writing and Tutoring Services
firstname.lastname@example.org; 416.226.6620 ext 2121
Office Location: E-Wing, Room 306
email@example.com; 416.226.6620 ext 2758
Office Location: E-Wing, Room 307
Accessibility Services is committed to providing equal educational access to students with disabilities. Services are provided to students with identified permanent and temporary disabilities such as learning disabilities and/or ADHD, mental health impairments, medical, sensory and mobility conditions. Supports and services offered include: intake to determine eligibility for services and accommodations, individual accommodation plans, education on disability needs and referral to on and off-campus services and supports, financial supports and bursaries, note-takers, test accommodations, assistive technology recommendations, and support related to self-advocacy.
Students are encouraged to self-identify to Accessibility Services. Appointments can be booked by calling or emailing the Accessibility Specialist. Services are free to all University or Seminary students.
Accessibility Specialist, Accessibility Services
firstname.lastname@example.org; 416.226.6620 ext 2189
Office Location: E-Wing, Room 305