Keep your costs down by living on residence. The residence cost includes more than just your room and board. Beyond that you have the added benefits of residence lounges, security system for residence accessibility, convenience of access to classes and other amenities on campus. Compared to $1400/month for a bachelor apartment in Toronto, cost of commuting and food purchase and preparation. By having a declining balance tax free meal plan as part of your cost of residence you are able to easily track your food costs. Secure your position by filling out a residence application form and sending your $200 deposit.
Tyndale Student Resident
Fall 2017 & Winter 2018 Semester Residence Fees
Double Room (with a sink): $3,255* / semester
Double Room (with a 1/2 bathroom: Toilet & Sink): $3,305* / semester
Single Room (with a sink): $4,570* / semester
Single Room (with a 1/2 bathroom): $4,620* / semester
Large Single Room (with a sink): $4,805* / semester
Large Single Room (with a 1/2 bathroom): $4,855* / semester
*All fees include a mandatory Tax free meal plan and Residence admin fees
*for students who are 27 years of age and older
For Returning Residents Only
Quad Applications closed for 2017/2018
Tyndale B.Ed Resident
The B.Ed residence fee covers 12 months (Aug. 1, 2017 - July 31, 2018). Student Financial Services will work with each B.ED applicant to develop a manageable payment plan. The final fee covering Aug. 1 - Nov. 30, 2018 will be available in the Winter 2018 Academic semester.
Single Room (with a 1/2 bathroom): $12,260
*All fees include a mandatory Tax free meal plan (only available in the Fall and Winter Semesters) and Residence admin fees
Please email Student Financial Services for any questions about payment options.
For information about Residence if you are a B.Ed student, please email Shannon Loewen, Community Life Senior Manager.
Priority is given to current and incoming Tyndale students for summer residence. Please email Shannon Loewen if you have any questions.
* Please note: Meal credits cannot be converted to cash. All meal credits expire at the end of each semester.