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Dr. Paul Franks

Tyndale Appoints New VP Academic and Dean of Undergraduate Studies

TORONTO, ON (May 9) – Tyndale University is pleased to announce the appointment of Dr. Paul Franks to Vice President Academic and Dean of Undergraduate Studies for a three-year term beginning July 1, 2022.

May 9, 2022

COVID-19 Update

COVID-19 Protocol Updates – Changes as of May 1st

Tyndale University continues to monitor the pandemic and makes changes to its COVID–19 processes and policies as needed and appropriate. The following changes take effect as of May 1st.

April 29, 2022

Distinguished Service Award speech by relative of Mabel Adeline Aylestock

Tyndale Honours Reverend Mabel Adeline Aylestock with Distinguished Service Award

Tyndale University is pleased to bestow its first Distinguished Service Award to Reverend Mabel Adeline “Addie” Aylestock, who graduated from Tyndale (then Toronto Bible College) in 1945.

April 27, 2022

Dr. C. Brad Faught

Tyndale Professor Elected Visiting Scholar at Pembroke College, Cambridge

Tyndale University celebrates the recent appointment of Dr. C. Brad Faught as Visiting Scholar at Pembroke College, Cambridge, in England. Dr. Faught is the Chair of the Department of History and Global Studies and has taught at Tyndale since 2003.

April 18, 2022

Tyndale on-campus classroom

Tyndale Learning Formats: An Explainer

There are many ways to learn at Tyndale, and depending where you're from, some of these formats and acronyms may seem confusing. Here are some descriptions to provide clarity on how it all works.

April 12, 2022

group of students catching falling autumn leaves

Tyndale Looks Forward to Return to Campus This Fall

Tyndale looks forward to returning to campus this Fall and is finalizing academic plans for the majority of undergraduate courses and activities returning to the in-person format. Experience chapel, sports and in-person gatherings with community.

April 13, 2022

Church of the Redeemer in city intersection

New DMin Concentration Starts Next Spring

Tyndale’s Doctor of Ministry (DMin) Concentration in Reframing Church in Context will equip students with tools, practices and approaches to help them address trends and relevant issues faced by churches.

April 21, 2022

lady typing at the front desk of the campus store

Tyndale Campus Store Prepares for Closure

The Tyndale Campus Store has experienced challenges in generating sufficient revenue as a result of competition from major retailers and lower demand for Christian resources. It is no longer economically feasible to continue to operate.

April 4, 2022

Faculty book covers

March 2022 - Tyndale Faculty Book Launches

The Tyndale community celebrates the accomplishments of faculty on their recent book publications. Please read the synopses below to learn more. Congratulations Dr. David Sherbino, Dr. Peter Au, and Dr. Enoch Wong.

March 28, 2022

man helping a woman grieve over a casket

Master of Arts in Thanatology Program Addresses Growing Need for Training in Grief and Loss

Beginning this fall, students interested in studying thanatology (the study of death, dying, grief and bereavement) will be able to choose from three Master’s degree programs.

March 22, 2022