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January edition of TW@W is here

Each month throughout the academic year, Wycliffe College publishes an e-newsletter for subscribers. The January edition of The Word @ Wycliffe contains information that will be of interest and help to alumni, students, faculty, staff and friends of the College. See it here

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Date Published: Thursday, January 21, 2021

Wycliffe College exterior in Winter

Pandemic update

Wycliffe classes - 21 this term - are back in session. And while our building remains closed due to the pandemic, faculty, staff, and students are all hard at work.

Also back at work, is Wycliffe's COVID Response Team, which is composed of seven people who represent the College's staff, faculty, and residents.

The Province of Ontario entered another state of emergency last week, and so we continue to offer all classes and programming online for the foreseeable future. 

Date Published: Thursday, January 14, 2021

Portrait of Amber Tremblett

Being Senior Student During the Pandemic

During this time of the pandemic, our students have all adapted to remote learning. It's not always been an easy transition. Many are missing the experience of in-person community that Wycliffe is known for. The Fall/Winter edition of Wycliffe's alumni magazine, Insight, features a story by senior student Amber Tremblett on what the pandemic has meant to her in that role. Amber writes, 

Date Published: Thursday, January 14, 2021

Richard Foster at Convocation 2016

New Video: Richard Foster speaks to the graduating class of 2016

Richard Foster

Ephraim Radner

Find out why Radner is "Rad" (translation - that means awesome!)

Find out what drives, inspires our Faculty. To read more about Ephraim, visit  his Faculty Profile.

Ephraim Radner

Terrance Donaldson

Lord, Teach Us To Pray - Jan 14

Terry Donaldson, speaking at the chapel service on January 14 on the subject of Lord Teach us to Pray.

Terry Donaldson