Seminary Tuition & Fees

Tyndale University College & Seminary is an independent, not-for-profit, transdenominational institution that reviews its fee structure each year. Its independent status means that it does not receive denominational support and government funding. The cost of education is therefore subsidized by other income, including substantial donations from the Christian community.

Below are tuition fees, tuition deposit, and financial aid and payment plan options for Seminary students in Canadian dollars. Prices and deadlines are subject to change.

Tuition Fees

The following are tuition and fees for all Seminary students effective May 1, 2019 through April 30, 2020. Tuition and fees for students in the Doctor of Ministry (DMin) program are different from tuition and fees for the rest of Seminary students. Tuition and fees can be paid according to a payment plan.

Other fees can be found in the Academic Calendar.

Tuition Fees for All Students Except Doctor of Ministry (DMin) Program Students

The total tuition and fees per 3 credit hour course is $1,350. A full-time student takes 9 courses per academic year. The total tuition and fees for 9 courses is $12,150.

Tuition Fees Breakdown Per 3 Credit Hour Course
Total Tuition & Fees (per 3 credit hour course) $1,350
Breakdown Fee
Tuition $1,227
Student Activity Fee $12
Resource Fee $63
Administration Fee (non-refundable if dropping/withdrawing a course) $48

The total tuition and fees to audit a 3 credit hour course is $400.

View Audit Fee for Tyndale Graduates

Tuition Fees for Doctor of Ministry (DMin) program Students

Fee Type Fee
Tuition Fee per year $6,876

Tuition Deposit

All new students must submit a one-time $300 deposit ($500 for Doctor of Ministry [DMin]) by August 1 if they start in the fall semester, and by December 1 if they start in the winter semester. This deposit is non-refundable and will be credited toward tuition fees in the following semester.

Deadline to submit tuition deposit
Semester Deadline
Fall August 1
Winter December 1

Financial Aid and Payment Plans

We know that financing your education requires careful research and planning. Let us help by showing you the many opportunities available to make your Tyndale education more affordable.

  • Payment plans are available for students who cannot pay the full tuition at once each semester.
  • You are eligible to apply for Financial Aid once you received your Offer of Admission.