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The Master's College

On-Campus Housing Details & F.A.Q.

What Furnishings Are Provided For Each Student?

  • Bed with mattress (extra-long twin)
  • Wardrobe and dresser
  • Desk and chair
  • Carpeting
  • Vertical or mini blinds (drapes, curtains and other window treatments are not permitted)
  • Limited amount of nails will be given by Resident Director upon request.

What Should I Bring?

  • Bedding (extra-long twin sheets, pillows, and blankets), towels, and washcloths
  • Shower caddy and shoes
  • Alarm clock, hangers, wastebasket
  • Utensils and a few dishes, depending on how much snacking you’ll be doing in your dorm

Additional Items to Consider Bringing

  • Small non-halogen lamp
  • Laundry baskets and detergents; rolls of quarters for laundry
  • Iron and clothes-drying rack
  • Plastic crates or storage bins
  • Plants, posters, and other decoration items (use sticky-tack)
  • Hot pot and/ or coffee maker (UL listed, no open coil)
  • Secure lock for bicycle (U-locks recommended)
  • Refrigerator 3.6 cubic feet or smaller (must be plugged directly into wall outlet— should be checked by RA)

What Should I Not Bring?

  • Drapes, curtains, or other window treatments
  • Pets other than goldfish or tropical fish (aquarium limited in size to less than 20 gallons with stand)—must have agreement of roommate(s)
  • Microwaves, toasters, hot plates (each hall has a microwave)
  • Waterbeds
  • Nails, tacks, adhesive hooks, picture hangers, screws
  • Upholstered furniture (due to fire laws)
  • Combustible items such as dried flowers; no lit candles or incense are allowed in residence halls
  • Posters or decorations that encourage or support violation of The Master’s College Policies; no alcoholic beverages or advertisements permitted

What laundry facilities are available?

Each dorm has coin-operated machines. A washing machine load will cost $1.50, and a dryer load will cost $1.25.

 

Can I find out what my dorm is or who my roommate is?

We are very intentional about placing students, and we try to make each wing a good mix of different ages, interests, and majors. Because of this, you will find out who your roommate is and what dorm you are in when you arrive for WOW. We will be unable to give you that information before then.

 

Are there single rooms available?

No, but we are sure you will enjoy the community in the dorms.

Can I move into the dorm early?

Because of our staff training schedule, we will not be able to accommodate an early arrival.

 

Do you provide a shuttle service to the airport at other times?

We only provide a pick-up service from the airport for the Week of Welcome (WOW). Finding a ride after that becomes the student’s responsibility.

 

Can I live off-campus?

Students who live off-campus must meet at least one of the following qualifications: living with parents, married, an academic senior, or at least 22 years of age. You must complete an application that will be reviewed by the Deans’ Office in order to receive approval to live off-campus. The application can be found on Content Management through Self-Service under “Off-Campus Housing.”

 

What if I forget something?

Don’t worry! The campus is within three miles of Walmart, K-Mart, and Target.

 

DORM FIRE CODE

The following rules are to be observed in the dorm areas in compliance with the Los Angeles County Fire Code:

  1. There are to be no decorations on the ceilings.
  2. There must be twelve inches of space between the ceiling and any combustible material placed on the walls.
  3. For every five feet of continuous combustible decorations, a twelve inch separation needs to be made to help prevent the spread of fire.
  4. No combustible decorations are to be placed on exit doors.
  5. Christmas trees are not allowed in rooms, and only in lounges when they are sprayed with flame retardant material.
  6. Curtains, blinds, or drapes must be flame retardant material.
  7. Unoccupied dorm room doors are not to be propped open.
  8. Halls and stair wells must be clear of obstructions.
  9. No extension cords are allowed (surge protectors may be used, but not plugged into each other).
  10. Floor heaters must be UL rated and kept away from flammable items.
  11. Absolutely no burning candles/incense, or open flames are to be used in the dorms
  12. Dorm hallway end doors cannot be propped open.

 

For any other information regarding the dress code, dorm rooms, or campus policies, please read the Student Handbook.