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COVID-19 Update

Library Services Update

The Campus Reopening & Student Experiences Task Force is continuing its work to make plans for the fall semester and the phased reopening of the campus. As work progresses, a plan that sees some of the William J. Horsey Library staff returning to campus has been implemented.

June 22, 2020

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Tyndale Forms Diversity and Inclusion Advisory Council

Tyndale University has appointed an Advisory Council for Diversity and Inclusion. The council will be co-chaired by a Cabinet member and a staff member; Dr. Barry Smith, Sr. Vice President Academic & Dean of Undergraduate Studies, and Karen Gallimore, Director Campus & Conference Services.

June 17, 2020

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Fall Tuition Questions Answered

There have been questions about whether tuition this fall will be reduced since courses are going to be delivered online and through distributed formats. The tuition and fees students pay is a significant investment. Even within this format, Tyndale University’s commitment to continuing to deliver academic excellence and unique student experiences is unchanged.

June 12, 2020

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Standing Together

Tyndale University celebrates its racial and ethnic diversity. However, nurturing understanding, reconciliation and building community amidst racial and cultural diversity is a challenging, complex process. The current racial tensions in the United States has only heighted an awareness that Canada is not exempt from those tensions.

June 2, 2020

COVID-19 Update

Looking Forward to Tyndale’s Fall Plans

Decisions about the future are not easily made during such turbulent times. We are now, more than ever, dedicated to the Tyndale experience. We focus on education with our mix of rigorous academics, community engagement, character development and faith formation.

May 25, 2020

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Coronavirus/COVID-19 Update (May 7)

Tyndale students, faculty and staff are remarkable. They have demonstrated faith, hard work, resilience and more as they have been faced with disruption to work, home and family life.

May 7, 2020

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Before the Pandemic, Tyndale was Already a Leader in Online Education

COVID-19 has put all of us in uncharted territory, but Tyndale’s long history of innovation and creativity — and our reputation as a leader in online education — means quality learning is full steam ahead.

May 4, 2020

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Dr. Robert “Bob” Morris

The Tyndale University community expresses its deepest condolences to the Morris family on the passing of Dr. Robert Morris.

April 23, 2020

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Extension of the Course Withdrawal Date Without Academic Penalty

The last day to drop a regular Winter 2020 course has been extended to April 13, 2020 (Monday). There is no academic penalty for withdrawing from a course. The course will appear on your record with a “W” (withdrawal) grade which has no impact on your GPA.

April 9, 2020

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Coronavirus/COVID-19 Update (March 24)

Classes are all online and Tyndale has transitioned to an essential services model.

March 24, 2020