Tyndale's student organizations are student-initiated. They are an opportunity for students with like-minded passions and concerns for the world we live in to gather together. Students can find organizations and clubs with academic focuses such as philosophy, psychology, or history; as well as social and arts focus clubs like poetry, hip hop, and social justice. You never know what activities you might stumble upon. Connect with people who share your passion, or explore a brand-new hobby in one of Tyndale’s student organizations. If you don’t find a student organization that interests you, initiate your own by emailing sloewen [at] tyndale [dot] ca.
The types of organizations you could find at Tyndale vary and provide a variety of social avenues for you to express yourself.
Student Organizations that wish to have funding from the Tyndale University Undergrad Student Association (TUUSA) Council are required to register with the TUUSA Council. Returning Student Organizations are required to renew their registration at the beginning of the academic year in order to continue to receive funding from the TUUSA Council.
A committee of Tyndale students who seek to offer support for, and awareness of the Black community and Black culture within our diverse community. Their mission is to promote inclusivity within the wider Tyndale community through a few planned events, monthly gatherings, and fundraisers, in hopes of:
- Promoting awareness about true Black culture, through educating about Black History, and eliminating stereotypes that the media portrays.
- Supporting and encouraging the Black community within Tyndale to excel academically & socially, and find ways to get connected and feel more involved, even at the leadership level.
- Helping others know how, and how not, to relate to members of the Black community.
Our mission is to utilize our academic learning to spread awareness and serve within Tyndale and the local community through fostering relationships. Our goals are:
- To serve the homeless of downtown Toronto.
- Visiting those in the criminal justice system
- To grow in our knowledge & experience of human services. As well as to grow as an association.
Our mission is to come from an evidentialist apologetics approach to reveal the trugh of God by participating in study, research, prayer, & debate to appropriate our mission as disciples of Christ.
Student-led magazine to showcase students' perspectives, and an outlet for creative expression. The Script Magazine is actively seeking submissions of creative compositions for the entire student body to ponder. Students can also work on layout and editing of the submissions in order to produce a quality magazine. The Script contains anything from short stories and poetry to opinion pieces and editorials, with a minimum of two issues per semester.
Contact Info: tyndalestudentpublication [at] gmail [dot] com
The Sophia Society is a student-run organization at Tyndale. Our aim: the pursuit of wisdom, truth and the stimulation of intellectual curiosity.
In accordance with Romans 12:1, Tyndal 12 seeks to promote fitness, foster diversity in dance, and worship God through the use of our bodies.
TAPS desires to provide a bridge between the Psychology department and student body that will facilitate academic, social and spiritual interactions in order to create an informative and enjoyable environment for the Tyndale community.
The Tyndale Business club provides buisness experiences and services to Tyndale students for their learning, growth, and enjoyment.
We are dedicated to exposing the injustices of abortion and upholding the value and integerity of human life. Our goals are:
- To engage in pro-life discussions with students on campus
- To provide pro-life apologetics training for students and the wider Tyndale community
- To put more boots on the ground, actively working towards protecting the preborn in Toronto.
Our mission is to increase appreciation of the arts for and through the students of Tyndale in a God-honouring way. Our goals for this year are:
- To produce "The Importance of Being Earnest"
- Hold improv and other event nights to get more people involved
- Help students realize the joy that can be found in the arts