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Dean of Students

Dr. Joe Keller

Dean of Students

Joe Keller joined The Master’s University in 1996, where he currently serves as the Dean of Students and teaches in the Biblical Counseling Department. He completed his undergraduate degree at The Master’s University, his Master of Divinity degree at The Master’s Seminary, and his Doctor of Ministry degree at Westminster Theological Seminary.

Fast Facts:

A Favorite Scripture Verse: 1 Corinthians 15:58

“Therefore, my beloved brothers, be steadfast, immovable, always abounding in the work of the Lord, knowing that in the Lord your labor is not in vain.”

Some Favorite Activities:

Joe enjoys sports, film, gardening, and laughing with his wife Heidi and their four children.


Dean of Men

David Hulet

Dean of Men

Born in California, raised in Oregon, Dave attended TMU in the late 90’s where he met his wife, Tricia, and they were married shortly after graduating. Dave pursued work for a short while in construction but always felt called back to student ministry. He was a Resident Director of C.W. Smith dormitory (CDub) for several years and then left for pastoral ministry in church planting with another TMU grad in Florida. Eventually Dave returned to TMU to take the Dean of Men position and is thrilled to lead the team of Resident Directors and Assistants in Residence Life. His wife, Tricia, is involved in the Music Department at TMU where she directs the Theatre program.

Fast Facts:

A Favorite Scripture Verse: Proverbs 3:5-6

“Trust in the LORD with all your heart, and do not lean on your own understanding. In all your ways acknowledge him, and he will make straight your paths.”

Some Favorite Activities:

Dave enjoys spending time with his wife, exploring L.A., the outdoors, wood-working and visiting new cities and national parks.


Dean of Women

Jenn Kintner

Dean of Women

Jenn has enjoyed being a part of The Master’s University for the last thirteen years: first as a student, then as the Israel Bible Extension volunteer, and now as a staff member. She first joined the staff as the Administrative Assistant to the Vice President of Student Life, then served as a Resident Director in Sweazy Hall for five years, before transitioning to her current position. It is her joy to work with the female students on campus and to see God at work in them growing and developing their love for Jesus Christ more and more. She is a member at Grace Baptist Church and is currently pursuing her Doctorate of Education at The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary.

Fast Facts:

A Favorite Scripture Verse: 2 Corinthians 4:17-18

“For this light momentary affliction is preparing for us an eternal weight of glory beyond all comparison, as we look not to the things that are seen but to the things that are unseen. For the things that are seen are transient, but the things that are unseen are eternal.”

Some Favorite Activities:

Jenn enjoys coffee, traveling, hiking, creating new recipes, reading, and playing games.

Student Care Leadership

The Student Care Department believes that biblical community life on this campus is initiated and modeled by its students. The mission of TMU as defined in the doctrinal statements and modeled through the Distinctives is fleshed out in the context of a life-on-life community. It is through the lives of committed students who are faithful to pursue this goal and call others to follow that the reality of a biblical community can be lived out on campus.

Being on Student Care Leadership at The Master’s University is an incredible privilege and at the same time a great responsibility. It is the aim of Student Care Leadership to be a team that honors the Lord in all they do, to sacrifice of themselves for the growth of the community, and to model Christ likeness consistently, with the goal of impacting lives on The Master’s University campus for the Kingdom.

With these goals in mind, Student Care Leadership provides an opportunity for various students to serve in specific ministry capacities both on and off campus. These opportunities include service as a Global Outreach missions team leader, as an International Student Liaison, Military Student Liaison, a Multicultural Student Liaison, an Off Campus Assistant, as a Resident Assistant, or an Assistant Resident Assistant in one of the residence halls.

2017-2018 Applications Due: March 5, 2017

If you have been on Student Leadership before please complete: Intent to Serve

If this is your first time applying for Student Leadership please complete: Leadership Application

Student Care Leadership Staff - Application Info

Those going to IBEX in Spring 2018 must complete the Application by 5pm on November 28, 2017.

Students here in the Spring, can submit the application from February 19-March 5, 2018. \ No late applications will be accepted.

If you are applying for RA, GO Leader, International Student Liaison, Multicultural Student Liaison, Military Student Liaison, or Off Campus Assistant you will need to sign up for an interview time in King Hall.

If you are interested in TMU’s Student Care Leadership, please read the following packet of information regarding the purpose and responsibilities of a Student Care Leader.

If you have any questions, send an e-mail to studentcare@masters.edu.

FAQ

Student Care Leadership Position FAQs Resident Life

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