Master of Arts Financial Aid
Master of Biblical Counseling, Resident & SIP Programs, Master of Biblical Studies, Master of Arts in Education
Application Process (Students Receiving Loans)
- 1. Complete a Master of Arts Financial Aid Application.
- 2. Fill out the FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) listing The Master's College & Seminary as your preferred school choice (Title IV school code: 001220).
- 3. Submit any additional documents required by the Office of Financial Aid.
- 4. Submit official transcripts to the Registrar's office. Any student receiving graduate level loans must have an undergraduated degree conferred.
- 5. Once your aid is determined, you will be sent an Award Letter.
- 6. Return completed Award Letter to the Financial Aid Office.
- 7. Students receiving loans at The Master's College for the first time will need to choose a lender and complete Entrance Loan Counseling before their loan is finalized.
Types of Aid Available
Loans Students must be enrolled at least 1/2 time (4 units) to receive Stafford loans.
- Subsidized Stafford Loans: A student loan based on need and lending institution requirements and must be repaid
Loan eligibility varies from student to student. Please contact the Office of Financial Aid to determine individual eligibility.
- Unsubsidized Stafford Loans: A student loan that may exceed demonstrated financial need, but may not exceed the cost of tution, and must be repaid
Scholarships: (Only available for MABC) All scholarships are administered by the MABC Department. For more information on scholarships, please contact Chris Kropf 661.362.2644 or email@example.com.
MABC Tuition Costs and Expenses
|The Financial Aid Office
|Rutherford Hall, Box 38
|Office Hours: M-F 8:30am - 5:00pm