Coronavirus/COVID-19 Response: Read information and updates
Covid-19 Update: Wycliffe is making it possible for you to study from wherever you are this coming academic year.
Brick-and-Mortar Stability, Online Flexibility
Is your schedule packed? Are finances tight? Wycliffe College's online programs give you access to top-tier resources at the University of Toronto, minus the hassle of parking. And with one of the lowest tuition rates in Canada, Wycliffe is among the best options for theological studies.
Start a Program Online
The following programs can be completed entirely online:
The Master of Divinity requires a 2-term residency requirement at the college.
How It Works
- Take 1-3 online classes each term (including summer)
- Download or stream weekly lectures and complete weekly assignments
- Access materials through the University of Toronto online library system
- Optional: Remote into a live on-campus course to hear lectures in real time
Available Online Courses
Our online course selection rotates every year.
Apply for Online Courses
If you live outside the Greater Toronto Area (GTA), you’ll receive priority for online courses. Enrollment for some courses is capped at 20.
Fees for Online Courses
Benefit from one of the lowest tuition rates in Canada.
Worship with Us
Students who study at a distance are an integral part of our community. In the 2020-21 academic year, you may take part of our worship and student fellowhip!
If you have questions, we’re always available to help.
If you're a current student having trouble with an online course, go to our online/remote student page.
Statement of Regulation
Wycliffe College is not regulated in the state of Texas under Chapter 132 of the Texas Education code. It is regulated in the province of Ontario by the Ontario Universities Council on Quality Assurance and in Canada by the Ministry of Training Colleges and Universities (MTCU). It is also accredited and regulated by the Association of Theological Schools. Any complaints regarding regulation would be filed as a grievance under section 17 of the Basic Degree Handbook and the process is described in detail therein.