Tyndale recognizes the vital role residence plays for students ages 18-21. Residence offers a first step in independent living for students who have just moved out of their parents' home. The intentional community, the Residence Team structure, and the location provide a space for young students to explore their own living styles and taking on the responsibilities of living on their own.
The environment of group living is structured for those ages 18-21. The residence handbook, programming, and structures are set in place to help build on the students ability to live successful on their own. The safe environment of residence is a space that is optimum for students and keeps parents apprehensions at bay because they know there is a certain level of structure set in place.
Due to this structure of Tyndale's residence, priority is given to residents that are full-time between the ages of 18-21. Residence is an integral part of campus life and contributes in part, to the education our students receive. Full-time Students, ages 22-26, will be given the opportunity to live in residence after those in the previous category.
Before you fill out your Residence Application here is some information about the acceptance process.
- Acceptance into Tyndale University College & Seminary
- Residence Application form & Medical Application form
- $200 Residence Deposit
- Acceptance to Tyndale Residence Letter
- Tuition & Residence Fee Schedule
- The Residence Handbook
- FAQ Brochure about Residence life
To hold your residence spot please send Tyndale's Student Financial Services a $200 Residence Deposit as soon as possible. Please contact Student Financial Services with any questions about paying the $200 residence deposit or residence fees.
If you have any further questions about the residence application process or general questions about residence, please email Shannon Loewen, Community Life Senior Manager.
Tyndale University College & Seminary reserves the right to deny a request of residency without explanation.