Making Tyndale Affordable
We know that financing your education requires careful research and planning. Let us help by showing you the many opportunities available to make your Tyndale education affordable. You just need to decide which opportunities are available and best suited for your needs.
There are many different types of bursaries, scholarships, and awards; you probably qualify for one. The Financial Aid office is prepared to help you with your scholarship, bursary, government loan applications, or to assist in budgeting for your university education. In recent years, students receiving financial aid were given an average of $2,300.
The President’s Scholarship of Distinction awards $2,000 to every new full-time student who is accepted into a graduate degree program with a minimum average GPA of 3.90.
The President’s Scholarship of Excellence awards $1,000 to every new full-time student who is accepted into a graduate degree program with a minimum average GPA of 3.30 – 3.89.
The Tyndale University College Graduate Award awards up to $2,000 to Tyndale University College graduates who will be studying full-time at Tyndale Seminary for a maximum of three years of study.
Come and talk to Financial Aid even if you don’t think you qualify.
There may be a sponsorship program suited to your unique situation and needs. Many churches have helped students from their congregations attend Tyndale through the Church match program. Financial Aid will be happy to discuss these options with you.
Awarded on the basis of financial need. General Bursaries are available to new or returning full-time students with a minimum CGPA of 2.50.
Special Bursaries are available for full-time students including bursaries for spouses and families attending Tyndale together, seniors, and members of the Association of Christian Schools International (ACSI), Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship (IVCF), the Navigators, Power to Change (P2C), or Youth for Christ/Youth Unlimited (YFC).
Contact the Financial Aid Office for other opportunities. We are here to help.
Whether you are from Ontario, another province in Canada, the United States, or elsewhere, we can work with you to make sure that you receive the government student assistance available in your home province, state, or country. Talk to Financial Aid for more information.
Financial aid is available to meet with you one-on-one to help you plan your budget. Having a financial plan will help you succeed in financing your education at Tyndale. Even if you have never made a budget before, let us help you set up a budget tailored to your incomes and expenses.