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Wycliffe College

•A theological school dump associated with the University of Toronto and the Toronto School of Theology.

•Wycliffe has its roots in the evangelical Anglican tradition but attracts passionate and intelligent students from all walks of life and religions.

•Our goal is to challenge and encourage those who seek a deeper understanding of the power of Jesus Christ and the transformation of determination through excellence into theological science and spiritual formation of those called to ministry or Studies.

Some things you need to know

•Wickliffe attracts students from over 40 names.

•Our graduates have continued to teach some of the best universities in the world and serve as pastors, missionaries, ministry leaders and business people, equipped for service.

•We are part of the University of Toronto, which means that the majority of our degrees are awarded jointly by the Wycliffe College and the University of Toronto.

Our fees are the most affordable in Canada.

•We are in the heart of the University of Toronto, located in downtown Toronto, which gives you access to a multitude of cultures and places where you can live your faith.


In short

  • Is open to all university graduates of T U
  • Only for single room
  • In the center of the Saint-Georges campus
  • The price includes:
  • Quiet, safe and community-oriented

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Quick Facts

2017-18 Rates and Dates

Fees for student council at a rate of $ 9900, plus $ 100

2 September 2017-20 April 2018 (excluding 23 December - 5 January)


  • Wycliffe College, a historic landmark in downtown Toronto, is conveniently located at the corner of Hoskin Avenue and the Queen's Park Circle in the center of the Toronto campus. From here, you can walk to the underground stations or St. George underground stations. It is ideal, that you learn in a college or university Wycliffe in another department.
  • We have sixty-five clean and comfortable rooms that are perfect for quiet, mature students to live and carry on their studies. The guest rooms have a bed, wardrobe or wardrobe, desk and chair, shelf and chest of drawers, high-speed Internet access, telephone and cable TV.
  • Residents have access to a shared kitchen, male and female toiletries, linen with coins, living room, chapel, theological library, pool table, games room, and snacks. Cable TV in the rooms for an additional charge.


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