Tuition and Fees

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.

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The Master’s University is a leading university for affordability and graduation rates:

  • - Our tuition of is more affordable by about 30.5% compared to the $35,984 average tuition cost among the 15 other private Christian universities in California. (October 2018)

  • - Our average cost is more affordable by about 22.7% compared to the average total cost of attendance totaling $48,669, including room and board, among the same 15 schools. (October 2018)

  • - Our 61.2% graduation rate leads compared to average Christian colleges (52.9%), and almost doubles the rate of students at public institutions (32.8%) (CCCU.org 2019). Graduating on schedule means paying less for school, graduating with less debt, and starting one’s career faster.

Annual Expense (2019-2020)

Cost
Tuition ( 12-18 Units )$24,950
Room$6,320
Board ( 14 Meal Plan )$4,880
Tuition/Room/Board Total$36,150

Example Outcomes

*Examples may vary based on the presented need and merit qualifications

EXAMPLE 1: Low income California Resident, parent is full-time Pastor/Missionary
PELL$6,095
SEOG$1,000
CAL GRANT$9.084
ACADEMIC$5,000
PMD$1,000
SUB LOAN$3,500
UNSUB LOAN$2,000

Total Aid$27,679
Tuition, Room, Board$36,150

YR. Balance$8,471
EXAMPLE 2: Mid-income California Resident
CAL GRANT$9,084
ACADEMIC$5,000
SUB LOAN$3,500
UNSUB LOAN$2,000

Total Aid$19,584
Tuition, Room, Board$36,150

YR. Balance$16,566
EXAMPLE 3: Low-income Non-California Resident
PELL$6,095
SEOG$1,000
ACADEMIC$5,000
SUB LOAN$3,500
UNSUB LOAN$2,000

Total Aid$17,595
Tuition, Room, Board$36,150

YR. Balance$18,555

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October

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Nov - Dec

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March 2nd

Financial Aid Priority Deadline

May

National Decision Day

July

1st Bill

Contact Info

The Master’s University
Financial Aid Office
21726 Placerita Canyon Rd
Santa Clarita, CA 91321

Email: financialaid@masters.edu

Phone: 1-800-568-6248
or 661-362-2290

Fax: 661-362-2693

Hours

Monday - Friday
8:30 am - 5:00 pm

Closed on school holidays

Federal School Code: 001220

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