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.
Traditional face-to-face classroom instruction. Attendance at a specific time and location for some or all course activities is required.
Synchronous Online (SYNO)
Professors and students engage the course content together at the same time but from different locations. Online attendance at a specific time for some or all course activities is required. Some courses also consist of pre-recorded lectures and materials.
Asynchronous Online (ASYO)
Professors and students engage the course content at different times and from different locations. Attendance at a specific time or location is not required.
Tyndale University aims to deliver the best student experience possible while balancing safety with social, emotional, physical, and mental health needs. Some courses may be offered in-person with a synchronous online option, while other courses may be synchronous or asynchronous online only.
Please contact the Office of the Registrar if you have more questions about your particular learning format.