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William Tyndale College - Campus Life

Environment | Campus Description | Housing | Regulations | Student Employment


  • The Midwestern region of the country constitute a vast majority of U.S. students.
  • The campus area is 28 acres.
  • Campus is located within one mile of a city or town.

Campus Description and Transportation Services
28-acre, suburban campus in Farmington Hills (population: 50,000), 15
miles from Detroit; branch campuses in Detroit and Lapeer. Major airport
serves Detroit; bus serves metro area.


Types of Housing

  • Women's Dorms are used by 50% of the on-campus students.
  • Men's Dorms are used by 50% of the on-campus students.
  • 6% of all students live in school housing of some type.
  • 94% of all students live off campus or commute.
Campus housing is not available for all unmarried students regardless of year. Reason: Contact School Directly

Campus Rules, Regulations & Policies

  • All students may have cars on campus.
  • 95% of all students have cars on campus.
  • Alcohol is not permitted on campus, even to those students of legal drinking age.

Other Policies

  • Class attendance mandatory
  • Hazing Prohibited
  • Other: Each student should be committed to ordering his or her life by biblical precepts and principles. Minimum standards are to refrain from possession and use of alcoholic beverages, tobacco, and narcotics, and from gambling.

Student Employment

  • 24% of full-time undergraduates work on campus during the year.
  • Undergraduates may expect to earn, on average, $1500 per year working part-time on campus.
  • This school participates in College Work/Study Program.
  • Institutional employment is available.
  • Part-time off-campus employment opportunities are good.
  • Freshmen are not discouraged from working during first term.