Tyndale University was founded in 1894 in Toronto, Ontario. Legislated by the Government of Ontario, Tyndale University is a Christian university with a growing number of undergraduate programs, offering a wide range of academic disciplines. Tyndale’s community, representing 60 ethnic backgrounds and 40 different denominations, inspires students to think analytically, serve faithfully and live passionately.
Tyndale offers a distinct undergraduate Christian university experience where students develop the skills they need to think analytically and respond to the issues of today and tomorrow. Smaller classes nurture a strong sense of community and dialogue between students and professors. The university offers Bachelor’s degrees and honours degrees in Arts (BA), Religious Education (BRE), a Certificate in Christian Studies and a post-undergraduate Bachelor’s degree in Education (BEd). These degrees prepare graduates for dynamic careers, professional programs, graduate programs in other universities and for life. The Tyndale undergraduate university experience is known for high quality academics that are interwoven with faith. It is a community of students and faculty that challenges each other to live authentically, follow Christ and actively engage their culture.