Undergraduate Student Leadership

Be a student leader. Serve the Tyndale undergraduate community and empower your peers to thrive in their gifts and passions.

Student Leadership Application Status: Closed

Student Leadership Positions

There are a variety of leadership positions available. Find one that fits your gifts, passions, and call as you pray and seek God's guidance in how you can make an impact at Tyndale.


Student Leadership Forms to Complete

Student Leadership Application Form - currently closed


Application Process Timeline

Student Leadership Interest Meetings:  Tuesday January 25 at 12:00 pm (ET) and Wednesday January 26 at 4:30 pm (ET)

Applications received between Tuesday January 25 to Friday February 18, 2022.

Interviews for positions between Monday January 31, 2022 to Monday March 7, 2022 (on campus or online)

Presidential Election from Wednesday March 2, 2022 to Friday March 4, 2022 (online through MS Forms)

Full team announced on Friday March 11, 2022

Required student leadership team training for the 2022-2023 team: Friday April 1 (5 pm till 10 pm) and Saturday April 2 (8 am till 5 pm)


Qualifications for Applying

Review the qualifications below before applying. Please note that some positions have qualifications that are not listed below.

General Qualifications

  • A cumulative GPA of 2.3 and current GPA of 2.00. If the student's cumulative GPA is less than 2.3, then the student's previous semester's GPA must be 2.7.
  • Good financial standing with Tyndale.
  • Good standing with chapel attendance.
  • Currently enrolled as a full-time student (6+ credit hours). Students who desire to take more than 15 credit hours need to consult with the Dean of Student Life regarding balancing academics and their leadership responsibilities.
  • Able to return to campus before fall and winter semesters start for training and/or retreats.
  • Able to take initiative and think creatively.
  • Desire for personal growth and formation.
  • Good role model for students.
  • Genuine concern for the development of people and a commitment to Tyndale's mission and vision.
  • A wise, thoughtful, and mature person willing to engage the with diversity of the Tyndale community.
  • Uphold, adhere, and model the guidelines and policies set out in the Student Handbook.
  • Conflict resolution is beneficial.
  • Organization skills are beneficial.
  • Previous leadership experience is beneficial.

Qualifications for Specific Positions

  • Students running for the Undergraduate Student Body President position need to have served on Tyndale Undergraduate Student Leadership already or have received approval from the Dean of Student Life.