The Master’s University strives to offer students a Christ-centered education within the financial reach of all. We endeavor to keep costs as low as possible, and consequently, our tuition is among the most economical for a private university. When calculating university costs, be sure to consider the total cost. Consider items like books and supplies, transportation, and personal spending money. While these amounts vary with each student, it can raise the total cost of education above the published tuition and room and board amounts. Fortunately, when computing a student’s financial need, we take all these costs into consideration.
|12 to 18 units, per semester||$15,975|
|Less than 12 units, per unit||$1,350|
|More than 18 units, per unit||$440 (estimated)|
|Summer or Winter Session, per unit||$325 (estimated)|
|Audit, per unit||$50|
|Teaching Credential Tuition, per unit||$595|
|On-Campus dormitory, per semester||$3,450|
|TMU Apartment, per semester||$3,450|
|Canyon Homes, per semester||$3,800|
|Meal Plans (Board), per semester|
|20 meals per week (Includes $150 flex)||$3,015|
|14 meals per week (Includes $150 flex)||$2,850|
|10 meals per week (Includes $150 flex)||$2,690|
|5 meals per week (Includes $150 flex; commuter students only)||$1,520|
|TMU Apartment Flex Bucks (minimum requirement)||$250 Flex|
|Canyon Homes (minimum requirement)||$1,000 Flex|
Flex Bucks Flex Bucks can be used for purchasing meals at the Canyon Café and at the Mustang Grill (cafeteria). Flex Bucks accounts are free from sales tax. Students can also add to their Flex Bucks account during the year in blocks of $20 on a dollar-for-dollar basis.
A Tuition Deposit of $200, which is applied against tuition, is required of all new students in order to receive course selection materials. Should you choose not to enroll, your deposit is refundable until May 1.
The typical costs for books each semester range from $200 to $400, payable directly to the Campus Bookstore at the time of purchase.
Some courses have specific fees, noted on the course schedule. All full-time students are required to have a notebook computer. Students must ensure their computer meets minimum configuration specifications. For more information, see Computer Services.
A Directed Studies Fee of $50 is assessed for each semester unit taken in this format.
An estimated one-time Orientation Fee of $195 is required for all first-year (New) students attending TMU.
An estimated Graduation Fee of $250 is required for graduation from all academic programs.
An Individual Music Instruction Fee of $505 will be charged for each semester unit in this format.
All registered traditional undergraduate students are required to have adequate medical insurance coverage. Students will be automatically enrolled in the TMUS sponsored Student Health Insurance Plan unless they complete an approved insurance waiver. Health insurance premiums will be charged per semester to all student accounts that do not have an approved waiver ($1100/semester estimated)
A per semester charge of $295 will be charged for students taking 6 units or more and covers clubs, chapel media functions, ASB, dorm funds, intramurals, and special events.
A per semester charge of $245 will be charged for students taking 6 units or more and living off-campus. TMU is committed in forming discipleship relationships and facilitating fellowship for all of our students, this covers administrative costs of student life staff who are focused on non-residential students.
A per semester charge of $165 will be charged for students taking classes on campus, this fee covers WiFi across campus and support from our help desk and IT services. As well as updating and maintaining our TMU operated software.
A per semester fee is charged to any registered student who drives and parks a vehicle on campus. (Price varies depending on type of student) More info available here.
A fee of $85 per semester is charged if the student chooses the 5-month payment plan.
The Master’s University reserves the right to change, without notice, any charges, fees, or policies listed on this website.
The Master’s University and Seminary admit students of any race, color, national and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national and ethnic origin in the administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, scholarship and loan programs, and athletic and other school-administered programs.
21726 Placerita Canyon Road
Santa Clarita, CA 91321
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