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Student Organizations


Get connected with the Tyndale community by joining a student organization. From leadership to dance to downtown ministry, there’s a place for you. Connect with people who share your interests, or explore a brand new hobby. Lead your peers by joining one of several available student leadership opportunities. Write an article and share it in the Canon25 magazine. Dance the night away with a round of swing dancing lessons. You can even start your own organization and share your passion with the community.

Student Leadership

Join a student leadership ministry and discover what it means to live as a servant leader. Tyndale’s Student Life staff will equip you through mentoring, reflection, and training. Three main opportunities are available: Resident Advisor, Student Council, or Douloi Christo.

Resident Advisor - Create community in your dorms and develop relationships among your residents.

Student Council - Plan festivals, downtown ministries, and late-night coffeehouses, to give students the chance to connect with friends and serve God.

Douloi Christou – Help a group of freshmen to work through the challenges faced by every new student.

Student-Run Organizations

Tyndale is full of people passionate about a diverse number of interests. Wake up early and get an intense group workout.. Use your meal plan to buy sandwiches and head downtown to help feed the homeless. Grab your guitar and head on stage for your Open Mic performance. Can’t find what you’re looking for? Get a group of friends together and start your own organization.

Typical student-run organizations:

  • Drama
  • Canon25 Student Magazine
  • Downtown Sandwich Runs
  • Swing Dancing
  • Coffeehouse