We know members of our community are concerned. Measures to protect the health of our community have already been put into effect. We continue to follow the advice and directives of Ontario Health, who are constantly making decisions as new information and circumstances arise. Tyndale continues to revise its measures and responses.
For the past several weeks Tyndale has been monitoring the COVID-19 situation. We know members of our community are concerned. Precautionary measures to protect the health of our community have already been put into effect. We continue to follow the advice of Ontario Health, who are making decisions as new information and circumstances arise. We continue in our hope to move through the final weeks of the semester without disruption and to give students the optimum educational experience.
As Tyndale University considers an appropriate response to the coronavirus outbreak we want to remind our community not to make assumptions about the risk of students, faculty or staff based on their ethnicity or travel history. Tyndale is monitoring the advice given by Ontario’s Chief Medical officer, which is that the risk of contracting the coronavirus in Canada remains low.
For the 9th year, Tyndale University College & Seminary brings Christmas in the Chapel, directed by internationally acclaimed Dr. Melissa Davis, on Saturday December 7, 2019. This year’s special guest, Mark Masri, with his powerful and soul-stirring tenor voice, will be rendering songs of love and loss, sorrow and hope.
As a learning community in a season of active and dynamic transition, we are pleased to announce the appointment of Dr. Beth Green as the Acting Sr. Vice President Academic and Provost, effective January 1, 2020.