From drama to dance to downtown ministry, you never know what activities you might stumble upon. Connect with people who share your passion, or explore a brand new hobby in one of Tyndale’s student organizations. If you don’t find a student organization that interests you, initiate your own by getting in touch with Student Council at email@example.com.
The Plays: Tyndale Drama puts on 1-2 plays per school year as fundraisers for missions. We can raise anywhere from $300-$1000 dollars.
The Dream: Our operation is small, but there’s a lot of potential for aggressive expansion. Tyndale Drama wants to move past 2-4 shows a year, and we want to perform plays outside of Tyndale…it’s a dream.
The Expectations: Every new play involves auditions. Depending on the director the play may be chosen by the cast after auditions or by the director prior to auditions (the traditional way). Since we’re a club we’re more about the laughs and the family than the traditional way.
The Environment: We’re all about taking drama seriously, and that level and pace is decided by the directors and the cast.
Final Remarks: Drama is about family, community, and fun. If you’re ready to let loose and have some fun, this club is for you!
Contact Info: Email JL Muresan (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Social Justice Club
We call ourselves the Justice League, and work to raise awareness about and combat human injustices - specifically focussing on human trafficking - through prayer and various events we put on throughout the year.
TAPS (Tyndale Association for Psychology Students)
Mission: To provide a bridge between the psychology faculty and student body that will facilitate academic, social and spiritual interactions in order to create an informative and enjoyable environment for all staff and students.
What We Do
- Create networking and mentorship opportunities for students for students to connect with other psychology majors, minors and Honors students as well as with Tyndale psychology alumni and faculty.
- Provide in-depth information regarding the Psychology major, minor and Honors programs, post-graduate studies as well as career ideas.
- Create a fun and socially interactive environment through social gatherings or events for all members to encourage networking and community growth
Description: The Tyndale Poetry Club aims to create a forum for students to inspire, write and share poetry that is uplifting to the greater community. The club holds different activities and events in which the members and the student body can participate in. This includes workshops, cyphers, the publication of an anthology, and hosting poetry shows. Weekly meetings are held for those who want to write, share and get feedback for their poetry and/or prose. We would like to take a moment and say "we love your guts!"
"Let your speech be always with grace, seasoned with salt, that you may know how you ought to answer every man." - Colossians 4:6
Description: Our mission is to represent the cause of life both on and off the Tyndale campus, to witness to the dignity of all human life from conception until natural death, and to address the injustices of abortion and active euthanasia in Canada by (i) providing various educational opportunities (e.g., running conferences, lectures, and workshops featuring pro-life speakers), and (ii) participating in peaceful and legal forms of protest (e.g., Life Chain and March for Life) to defend the rights of the unborn.
Contact Info: Facebook Group (Tyndale Pro-Life Group)
Submit your creative compositions for the entire student body to ponder. Canon25 contains anything from shorts stories and poetry to opinion pieces and editorials, with a minimum of three issues per semester.