Education is one of the best investments you can make in life. The Master's University is committed to providing a first-rate education in an academic environment unashamedly focused on the Christian faith. While the primary burden of providing an education is the responsibility of the student, we are also determined to provide financial aid options to our applicants. The Financial Aid, Online and Degree Completion staff are available to answer any questions you may have about he information provided.
“How will I pay for my education? Am I eligible for financial aid? Where do I begin?” The Office of Financial Aid can answer your questions.
"How do I apply?" Dates and deadlines for financial aid as well as helpful tips on starting the financial aid process.
"What federal and state grants am I eligible to receive?" Learn about Pell Grant, SEOG and Cal Grant.
"What do I do? I been selected for verification?" Learn about the verification process and download step-by-step guides for the IRS Data retrieval and IRS transcript requests.
"What if I need more money?" You may qualify for government loans! (Parents click here)
"How much will school cost?" View a breakdown of expected costs for attendance at The Master's University.
"Can I use the GI bill for online and degree completion programs?" Learn about the forms of GI bill we accept and Yellow Ribbon program.
"I have more questions, where should I go?" You may find your answer here among our frequently asked questions.
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It’s a well-known fact that education is one of the best investments you can make in life. That’s why The Master’s University is committed to providing a first-rate education in an academic environment unashamedly focused on the Christian faith. While the primary burden of providing an education is the responsibility of the student and parents, we are also determined – and able – to provide a substantial package of financial aid to the vast majority of our applicants. Please choose from the selections above for more information.
TMU provides the following link in order to comply with federal regulations that require us to provide students and prospective students with contact information for filing complaints with state officials or agencies that would handle any student complaints: http://www.bppe.ca.gov/enforcement/complaint.shtml