other educational institutions attended, and honors
In addition, under the provisions of the above-named
act, every student has the right to:
• Inspect and review his/her educational
• Request changes to items in his/her records
that are not accurate.
• Obtain a copy of the College’s policy
related to FERPA.
Questions about the application of these policies may
be directed to the Office of the Registrar.
The Master’s College has an institutional commitment
to try to provide equal educational opportunities for
qualified students with disabilities in accordance with
applicable state and federal laws and regulations,
including the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990
(as amended) and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation
Act of 1973. To ensure equality of access for students
with disabilities, academic and/or non-academic
accommodations and auxiliary aids shall be provided
to the extent required to comply with the state and
federal laws and regulations. For each student,
academic and/or non-academic accommodation
and auxiliary aids shall specifically address those
functional limitations of the disability that adversely
affect equal educational opportunity. The Master’s
College and Seminary has established the Office of
Disability Services (ODS) to coordinate compliance
with the various regulations and sovereign scriptural
issues and to assist qualified students with disabilities.
Students wanting to inquire of such services should
contact the Students with Disabilities Services (SDS)
at (661) 362-2269, or alternatively by FAX (661)