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Information for Accepted Students

Congratulations on your acceptance! If you have any questions you can talk to your admissions counsellor, they are here to help you through the process. Here are the easy next steps for you to follow:

  1. Send in your deposit – This deposit makes you an official student of Tyndale.
     help with making online deposits
  2. Register for Courses – As you have chosen your program, we have made the process pain free by already registering you for a full course-load of first-year courses tailored your program. A few weeks after you have received your acceptance letter, we will contact you to confirm you have been registered in your courses. You can make adjustments up until the first day of classes. Login to mytyndale.ca with the username and password that you have been provided (If you do not have your username or password check here).
  3. Join in on the online community – Meet and talk with the Tyndale community, current students already involved, or new students like you. Like the official Tyndale Facebook page and follow us on Twitter, we will probably follow you. You can also like the Tyndale University College - 2016 Accepted Students Facebook page to meet other new Tyndale Students!
  4. Apply To Residence – Belong to a community you can call home, developing friendships that last a life time. Residence life is one of the highlights of most Tyndale students. Check it out at the residency and student life page as you don’t want to miss out!
  5. Register for Orientation – Want to get to know who you’ll be sitting next to in your classes? Orientation is your introduction into life at Tyndale and your opportunity to jump into the community. The fee for Orientation week is automatically charged to your student account, all you have to do is register.
  6. Pay your tuition fees – Financing your education doesn’t need to be a headache. Student Financial Services is here to help you, from budgeting to explaining and helping you finance your education. Talk to Student Financial Services as soon as possible as all tuition fees are due by the end of August.

 How can I pay my deposit online?

If you bank with one of the following financial institutions: CIBC, PC Financial, TD Canada Trust, Bank of Montreal, Scotiabank, Royal Bank; you can pay your tuition/residence fees online!

Add Tyndale University College and Seminary to your "bills" list. You will be prompted for your account number, which is your student ID number. Please note: the bank requires a nine digit account number. If your student ID is only six digits, please add three zeros (000) in front of your student ID number — ex. 000123456