We understand the financial pressures of pursuing your education at Tyndale. Tyndale have payment plans for students who cannot pay their full tuition all at once to help alleviate that pressure. Tyndale’s payment plans will spread out your tuition and residence fee due each semester over several payments.
The following are payment plans for all students for the 2020-2021 academic year. International students, students living in residence, and students in the Doctor of Ministry (DMin) program and Bachelor of Education (BEd) program have specific payment plans.
Students Not Living In Residence
Students Living In Residence
- Fall Tuition & Residence Fee Payment Information (PDF)
- Winter Tuition & Residence Fee Payment Schedule (PDF) - Coming Soon
- Fall International Students Tuition & Residence Fee Payment Schedule (PDF) - Coming Soon
- Winter International Students Tuition & Residence Fee Payment Schedule (PDF) - Coming Soon
Program Specific Payment Plan
Bachelor of Education (BEd)
- Cohort 2019-2020 Semester 4 Payment Information Form (PDF)
- Cohort 2020-2021 Semester 1-3 Payment Information Form (PDF)
Doctor of Ministry (DMin)
Notification of Payment Deadlines
You will be emailed a reminder for the payment deadlines to your MyTyndale email account approximately 2 weeks before the payment deadline. These emails are sent as a courtesy and must not be relied upon. It is the responsibility of the student to adhere to the scheduled deadlines. Deadline dates can also be found on the Academic Calendar and myTyndale.ca.
Payment Plan Policies
All outstanding accounts must be cleared by the end of each semester.
If a student’s account is not paid in full, the student will not be able to register for the next semester nor return to residence. Grades, transcripts, degree, certificates, and tuition tax receipt will be withheld until the full payment is received on outstanding accounts, including any library fines.
Unpaid school fees may be forwarded to a collection agency if alternative efforts to collect outstanding amounts are not successful. In this event, $500 or 25% of the outstanding balance (whichever is higher) will be added to your account.
The following are the types of payment methods accepted by Student Financial Services Office.
Online with Credit Card
Payments can be made online using your credit card by visiting https://pay.tyndale.ca.
Payments can be made online or by telephone banking through your bank (CIBC, PC Financial, TD Canada Trust, Bank of Montreal, Scotiabank, Royal Bank, or HSBC).
Add “Tyndale University” as a payee to your “bills” list. Some banks do not have Tyndale registered as "Tyndale University". If this is so, please search for “Tyndale” and our full name will show up.
The account number you need to enter will be your Student ID number. The bank requires a nine-digit account number. If your student ID number is only six digits, please add three zeros (000) in front of your student ID number (e.g., 000123456).
Online payments can take up to 48 hours to reach our bank. Please allow for sufficient processing time.
Visa or MasterCard
Payments can be paid by Visa or MasterCard in person at the Student Financial Services Office or by phone. A 2% charge will be added to all credit card transactions to cover transaction costs.
Cash, Cheque and Interac
Payments can be paid by cash or Interac at the Student Financial Services Office in person or by sending a cheque by mail before the due date. Cheques can be made payable to “Tyndale” and mailed to the attention of the Students Financial Services Office. If you pay by cheque, please allow sufficient time for delivery.