Tyndale B.Ed Residence Form

Please read the following information carefully before filling out the Residence application

The design of the B.Ed program makes B.Ed residents more suitable to live in our "Mature Student" Hall.  B.Ed students along with both UC & Seminary students who are 27 years old and up reside in our "Mature Student" Hall.  The majority of our rooms are single with a 1/2 bathroom.  There are designated showers for men and for women.  The kitchen, laundry room, and lounge space is shared by all.

With this in mind, we have a designated hall for our "Mature Students" who choose to live in residence (meaning the Mature Student hall has men and women living in the same wing, there are no co-ed rooms).  Priority is given to mature students beginning their studies at Tyndale for the first time.  This provides them with an adjustment back into the routine of studying and adjusting to the Tyndale community.
Please Note: That Tyndale students are required to apply each year of their academic studies for residence.  Residency is not guaranteed from academic year to academic year.

Application Process

This application if for one B.Ed academic year only (August 2017 to November 2018). Your application is complete once you have submitted the following:

  • Tyndale B.Ed Residence Application Form
  • $200 residence deposit
Your application will not be processed until all these items have been received.

When your completed residence application has been received, we will review it and we will contact you if there is any information that we need to clarify.  The Community Life Senior Manager will review your file and you will be notified by email regarding your acceptance into Residence.  If you have not had a response to your application in a reasonable amount of time, please feel free to enquire about it.  Please do not assume that your application has been approved unless expressly written in an email.

Application Deadline

Applications are due by July 1.  Applications received after the deadline will be processed on a first-come-first served basis as space permits.  Preference may be given to students living outside the Greater Toronto Area.

Residence Deposit

The $200 deposit reserves your space in Residence and is held on file until you leave and no longer plan to return.  When you leave residence and complete a Residence Deposit Refund form, your deposit will be refunded, providing certain standards are met (specific policies and details are outlined in the Student handbook.).

Residence Fees

The B.Ed residence fee is divided into 3 payments cover 12 months (August 1, 2017 - July 31, 2018).  This allows for a more manageable payment option for those living in residence.  The final fee covering August 1 - November 30, 2018 will be available in the Winter 2018 Academic semester.

Room Type With a 1/2 Bathroom With a Sink
Single $12,240* $12,090*

* Room fees include residence administration fees, and $1,425 meal plan (please be aware that the meal plan is only during the Fall semester (September - December) and the Winter semester (January - April)

Note: Due to the B.Ed program structure being 16 months it is not advisable to pair a B.Ed student with a UC or Sem. student who has an 8 month program/year.  Therefore, if there are other B.Ed students who apply to live in residence the Community Life Senior Manager will contact the applicants to see if they'd like to share a room, which would decrease their residence fees.

Application Withdrawal

Should you decide to withdraw your residence application and therefore require your residence deposit be returned, you must do so on or before July 1 when applying.  Your residence deposit is non-refundable and non-transferable after these dates.

Residence Move-In Dates

All B.Ed students must move into residence on July 30, 2017

Contact Info: Shannon Loewen, Community Life Senior Manager, sloewen@tyndale.ca

Tyndale University College & Seminary reserves the right to deny a request of residence without explanation.

General Information
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Single room with a 1/2 Bathroom (toilet & sink)
Double room (provided there is another B.Ed student that would like a double room)
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