Living in residence is an affordable option for Tyndale students to be closer to classes and build friendships.
Below are residence fees and the mandatory tax free meal plan cost for students in all Tyndale programs except the Bachelor of Education (BEd) program in Canadian dollars. Prices and deadlines are subject to change. Student Financial Services have payment plans to help ease your financial pressures.
The following is residence fees per semester calculated based on your choice of room type. This residence fees include residence administration fees.
|Room Type||Room with Sink||Room with Half Bath|
|Large Single Room||$3,440||$3,495|
Tax Free Meal Plan
The meal plan is mandatory for those who choose to stay in residence. The residence fees above does not include this mandatory meal plan cost. The meal plan cost will be added to your residence fees each semester. Meal credits cannot be converted to cash. All meal credits expire at the end of each semester.
Every resident will receive a swipe card with a declining balance. The card may be used in the cafeteria and in the coffee shop during operating hours. Students with allergies and sensitivities can set up a meeting with the Cafeteria manager when they move in to let them know what their restrictions are.
There are 4 tiers in the meal plan for you to choose according to your eating habits.
|Tier||Allowance Per Day||Cost Per Semester|
|Base (for BEd and returning students only)||$13||$1,275|
Secure your position by filling out a residence application form and sending in your $500 deposit. The residence deposit does not go towards your residence fees. The residence deposit is a security deposit that will be held on file during your stay in residence.
This deposit will be returned to you after moving out of residence provided all of the following:
- there are no outstanding fees on your student account
- there are no damages in your room
- no other infractions have occured
The residence deposit is non-refundable and non-transferable after August 1 for the fall semester and December 1 for the winter semester, whether or not the applicant enrols. If a student is returning to residence the next academic year, the deposit may be kept on file and carried forward to the next academic year.