The Student Life Department desires to shepherd university students within an intentional community to comprehensively develop godly lives marked by the four Distinctives of Biblical Living: Divine Authority, Heart Transformation, Sanctifying Relationships, and Gospel Witness.
Residence Life is led by the Dean of Men and Dean of Women with a commitment to cultivate an environment where every student can grow into a greater likeness of the Master. Our six on-campus dorms and our off-campus commuter students are led by a team of Resident Directors who oversee and shepherd our students with the goal of complementing their comprehensive education at TMU. Together, Residence Life staff seeks to aid our students’ growing understanding and commitment to living out a distinctively Christian life in partnership with our local churches.Learn More
The purpose of Campus Life is to creatively and faithfully develop leaders who invest in their campus through intentional communication, purposeful events, and joyful service to, through, and because of our great Savior Jesus Christ.Learn More
Chapel is a vital part of The Master’s University, complementing a student’s academic and spiritual experience, and providing the campus community with a dynamic worship experience. Every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, students, faculty, and staff gather for a time centered on the expositional preaching of Scripture. Speakers include pastors, missionaries, faculty members, Christian leaders, and students.Learn More
The Outreach Office at The Master’s University exists to provide awareness and training for a wide variety of service and evangelism opportunities both locally and internationally.Learn More
The international community at The Master’s University includes over 100 international and Third- Culture Kid (TCK) students from nearly 40 different countries. We desire to shepherd these students through their transition to The Master’s University, mobilize them toward involvement in all areas of campus, share their unique backgrounds with the campus at large, and provide opportunities for them to build authentic relationships with one another.Learn More