Tyndale University 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.
The tuition and fees listed on this page are effective May 1, 2023 through April 30, 2024.
All prices are in Canadian dollars. Prices and deadlines are subject to change. Other fees can be found in the Academic Calendar.
Tuition & Fees
The following are tuition and fees for all Undergraduate programs except Bachelor of Education. Tuition can be paid according to a payment plan.
The total tuition and fees per 3 credit hour course is $1,686. A full-time undergraduate student takes 10 courses per academic year – 5 courses per semester. The total tuition and fees for 10 courses is $16,860.
|Total Tuition & Fees (per 3 credit hour course)||$1,686|
|Student Activity Fee||$18|
|Administration Fee (non-refundable if dropping/withdrawing a course)||$54|
The total tuition and fees to audit a 3 credit hour course is $400.
Tyndale undergraduate degree graduates (BRE, BA) are eligible to audit one course for free. The audit fee is $200 for undergraduate degree graduates who have used their free grad audit and for graduates of undergraduate certificate programs. Grad Audit Information
|Additional Fees for Development Trips||$2,000 - $4,000|
|BA Music Program Incidental Fee (per semester)||$200|
|Incidental Fee-Course Specific (per credit hour as required)||$10 - $20|
|First-year Fee (required for all new students taking 4 credit hours or more)||$300|
Extended Healthcare Benefits
The Extended Healthcare Benefits is mandatory for all Tyndale students taking 2 or more courses. Tyndale is partnering with the Student Benefit Alliance to provide students with insurance coverage. Starting in July 2022, visit mystudentplan.ca and select "Tyndale University" from drop down menu to learn more.
- Coverage Period: September 1, 2023 to August 31, 2024
- Amount: $350
A student can opt out of the plan and receive a refund if they have insurance coverage, either through themselves or through family members such as their parents or spouse. A student and their family who currently do not have health and dental insurance have the option of adding dependent coverage. Questions? Please contact Student Benefit Alliance.
Additional Fees for International Students
The following fees apply to international undergraduate students in addition to the tuition and fees stated above.
|American Student Fees (per credit hour)||$21|
|International (non-American) Student Fees (per credit hour)||$75|
|Emergency Medical Plan (September 1, 2022 to August 31, 2023 coverage)||$750|
All new undergraduate students, except those in the Bachelor of Education (BEd) program, must submit a one-time tuition deposit 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.
|Canadian Student Tuition Deposit||$300|
|International Student Tuition Deposit||
($300 is non-refundable if withdrawal is not based on study permit refusal)
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.