Tyndale Houses

Community is a significant part of the Tyndale undergraduate experience. We strive to provide opportunities for students to connect with other students and opportunities and be a part of the wider Tyndale community. Student organizations, sports, events, residence life, and Tyndale Houses are some of the avenues in which undergraduate students can begin to connect so that the process of formation can start resulting, we hope, in students who thrive! With these options we are confident students will build friendships and experiences while at Tyndale.

The House crest is blue and yellow and has 3 cypress trees, a crown, 2 olive branches, a unicorn head, a chalice, and the Tyndale crest at the centerThe Tyndale Houses allow all undergraduate students, working toward their BA or BRE (non-modular), to have a place of connection. The House system brings together our diverse demographic of students and helps foster community.

The Houses are not only a places to encourage involvement and to build comradery but to give students an opportunity to build relationships with others they wouldn't otherwise connect with. Being a part of a House encourages students from different years and backgrounds to create lasting and vital relationships. Through the various House events and competitions, frosh students to final semester students, and all students in between, work together to earn House points.

We hope that students will not only find connection and community within their House but a deeper understanding of Tyndale.