The Office of the Registrar helps all Tyndale University students meet their academic goals from the moment they are admitted to their graduation and beyond.
Note from the Provost's Office: Tyndale University continues to plan for some version of an on-campus experience this fall. Our ability to offer in-class teaching will depend on public health regulations. Regardless of the format, we are committed to providing you access to our courses while keeping you safe. Presently, course planning includes preparations for both traditional in-class and online formats. It is our plan to ensure that in-class courses are also streamed live (we call this synchronous live) so that you can continue to access your classes, however the public health situation unfolds. Based on the most recent information, it is likely that some requirement to keep physical distance and observe gathering limits will still be in place in September. This means that, depending on class size, some students may be able to be on-campus while others will access the course through the synchronous method.
Please register early for your courses. Registering early means that you will receive regular updates about the formats available for your course.
Upcoming Important Dates
Event: Civic Holiday (no classes)
for all students
Some dates may not apply to DMin, BEd and cohort-based programs. Check with your program coordinator for details.