Visiting Student Application

We welcome visiting students from other institutions in comparable degree programs. Visiting students are students in a degree program at another institution who want to take a Wycliffe course as part of their current program.

To apply to be a visiting student, please fill out the application form, pay the application fee, and have a letter of permission sent directly from your current institution’s registrar that details the course(s) you want to take and how they fit in your current program.

Personal Information
Present Address
Church Information
Required Documents
  1. Letter of permission from the home educational institution
  2. $50.00 non-refundable application fee
  1. Visiting students are subject to the same course and administrative procedures, deadlines, and regulations as degree students.
  2. If information on the application is false or misleadingly incomplete, registration may be revoked retroactively and academic penalties assigned.
  3. Visiting students are welcome to participate in college worship.
Six Principles of Wycliffe College
  1. The sufficiency and supremacy of Holy Scripture as the rule of faith.
  2. Justification by the free grace of God through faith in Jesus Christ.
  3. One Holy Catholic and Apostolic Church, the company of all faithful people, among whom the pure Word of God is preached and the Sacraments are duly administered.
  4. The sufficiency and perfection of Christ’s sacrifice once made upon the Cross and the priesthood in Christ of the whole Church, of which the ordained ministry is representative.
  5. The historic episcopate, a primitive and effective instrument for maintaining the unity and continuity of the Church.
  6. The presence of Christ by his gift in the hearts of all who worthily and with faith receive the Holy Communion.

Data on the enclosed Student Information Form are inventoried in the University computer and must be considered public. Transcripts and academic records may be shared with the academic authorities of the University of Toronto and the Toronto School of Theology. The self-evaluation is considered confidential, and is available only to College officials. No College documentation pertaining to an applicant or student is shared with denominational officials without the written permission of the applicant or student.


I hereby declare that the information on this application and supporting documents is true and complete; that, so long as I am enrolled at Wycliffe College, I shall honour and abide by all such regulations as shall from time to time be in force; and that I have read and am in general agreement with the six Principles of the College as noted above.