Congratulations on being admitted to The Master’s University
We believe the best way to be a testimony to Jesus Christ is to pursue excellence in all areas of life. Our desire is to equip Christ-followers to go out into the world as leaders and pioneers in their field with a foundation built on Christ and Scripture. We’re so excited that you’ve decided to join this pursuit and can’t wait to welcome you on campus.
So now that you have been admitted, there are a few things we need you to do to secure your spot! (But yes… you can start shopping for your dorm room now!) You can log back into your Application Portal to complete the next steps.
Don’t forget to join the conversation on ZeeMee! The ZeeMee app is a chat group for all our prospective and admitted students.
For all new undergraduate students, scroll down to see next steps before landing on-campus for your first semester!
If you have questions call admissions at 661-362-2363 or shoot us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org. To call, text, or email your admissions counselor directly, click here. We can’t wait for you to arrive!
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Get ready for WOW!
Week of Welcome (WOW) is Aug. 23 - 27. Fall 2021 incoming students can find details, including the pre-wow checklist, health forms, waivers, vehicle registration, and more here on the Fall WOW page; students starting in the Spring semester see the Spring WOW page for the February 1-3, 2021 schedule which includes the Truth & Life Conference.
Next Steps for Admitted Students
Apply For Additional Financial Aid
Your initial financial aid package is just the beginning. This package is based on your admissions application, which normally includes your GPA, test scores (SAT, ACT, or CLT), and FAFSA information if you completed it.
If you have not yet completed the FAFSA, most U.S. citizens or eligible noncitizens are eligible for financial aid for college or career school. Complete yours free at www.fafsa.ed.gov with TMU’s Federal School Code 001220. The FAFSA is for outside aid, like state and federal aid.
You can also apply for additional TMU scholarships now. See masters.edu/scholarship for a list of academic, athletic, music, ministry, and other specialized aid. Keep a close eye on deadlines!
Your TMU scholarships often stack together and are added to your outside aid to enhance your personalized scholarship package. If you would like to see examples or ask for help with these, just contact your admissions counselor.
Accept Your Offer
Contact your admissions counselor and tell them you are ready to accept your offer. This will reserve your spot in the incoming class.
You can also make the $200 deposit which allows you to proceed with the registration process. The deposit is not an extra fee, it is simply credited toward your student billing account for next semester. You can complete your deposit by logging into your TMU account.
Visit The Campus
Book your visit today, we can’t wait to meet you!
During the semester, a personalized campus visit will show you Master’s in all of its wonderful dimensions. You’ll experience the energy of our classrooms, hear the power of our chapel service, interact with current students, and meet with the right staff members to have your questions answered.
- Mark Your Calendar! Admitted Students Day (ASD) is Saturday, April 24, 2021
Admitted Students and families are welcome on-campus for a special all-day event. This is currently planned for Saturday, April 24, 2021.
Pre-Register & Enroll
Pre-Registration (Opens in March). When you pre-register, you will select your preferences for housing, roommates, meal plans, and other campus-related items to ensure you’re ready to go. To see the full student handbook and the housing FAQ, click here.
Enroll (Opens in April). To enroll in classes for Fall, our advising appointments are available as of April. Advising may be completed either by phone/Zoom or in-person with your admissions counselor. To make it easy, we’ll have a schedule of classes waiting for you! This is how all new students will be able to enroll in classes.
Before enrolling, you can see and plan out your degree checklist here.
All Caught Up?
Check out the Summer Reading List for a few things our college-bound students can do the summer before their first semester at TMU. Summer Reading List.
TMU COVID-19 Relief
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