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Campus Life

The Student Life Department provides year-round opportunities for recreation, entertainment, and fellowship for the entire campus community comprised of students, faculty, and staff. Student Life designs all activities and programs to promote personal, spiritual, and relational development…and, there’s always something going on!

  • • Campus Events like Fall Thing, Monte’s, the Blends, Disney Week, and more.

  • • Intramurals including volleyball, softball, basketball, flag football, frisbee golf, and more. See upcoming intramural events HERE.

  • • Dorm and Wing Events: Beach Days, Ritz Blitz, Dinner in the Dub, Movie Night, Dorm Luau, Pancake Saturdays, Friendsgiving, and many, many more!

  • • Clubs: From “Magic Mountain Season Pass Club” to “Dental Club” to “Evangelism Club” and anything in between. See the clubs HERE.

  • • Outreach Events: ENGAGE week, Global Outreach GO! teams, missions week, and more.

  • • Community events including the Truth & Life Conference, Theatre Arts and Music Productions.


ASB Programs

THE ASSOCIATED STUDENT BODY (ASB)

ASB is comprised of members who are trained and mentored as leaders. Their purpose is to facilitate relationship-building on campus by enhancing and providing various campus-wide activities, as well as by offering meaningful representation from the student body to University leadership.

CAMPUS EVENTS

Student Life understands that in addition to classroom and chapel involvement, the University experience includes a vibrant social activity. ASB gives significant effort to produce events that make our campus exciting and fun. Everything from major amusement parks to talent shows, our ASB organizes a wide variety of events to make a student’s University experience complete.

STUDENT CLUBS

The purpose of clubs at Master’s is to create opportunities for students to meet and engage others who share similar interests, goals, and talents. Clubs are effective in encouraging the development of student leadership, mobilizing students toward common goals, and stimulating social, intellectual, and spiritual growth on campus.

INTRAMURALS AND RECREATION

Research shows that a student’s overall intellectual development is enhanced through physical activity. We agree, but we also think it is fun and healthy. Students can participate in intramural leagues for every fitness level throughout the school year. Sign-ups are regularly announced and administrated by the Athletics Department. The fitness center is also open daily with hours that complement a student’s lifestyle, giving them the opportunity to stay fit and study–sometimes at the same time.


Chapel Programs

CHAPEL

Chapel is a central and dynamic program our University community enjoys together as we gather to worship the Lord. We enjoy being challenged by the preaching of God’s word, singing His praises together, hearing reports of what He is doing in our midst, and praying for world evangelism. Our goal in chapel is to bring students the best biblical teaching we can on subjects that are relevant to collegians and young adults. Chapel speakers include our Chancellor Emeritus, Dr. John MacArthur, members of the University community, and other gifted expositors from across the country and around the world who are uniquely gifted and qualified to address collegians. Chapel provides inspiration and worship for the entire University family. Therefore, chapel is considered a vital part of The Master’s University curriculum, complementing a student’s academic and spiritual experience. Both the chapel band and chapel tech team are student-led.

THE TRUTH & LIFE CONFERENCE

The Truth & Life Conference annually invites our Master’s alumni, friends, and family to join our current students, faculty, and staff for a unique three-day event on the campus of The Master’s University. TLC is designed to be a powerful worship experience for those who wish to be refreshed and renewed with one central focus–the expositional preaching and teaching of the Scriptures. Since 1993, the Truth & Life Conference has purposed to proclaim the inerrant authority of Word of God to the glory of God and the sanctification of His people. For more information about TLC, please access www.truthandlife.org.

DAY OF PRAYER

A day is set aside each fall semester as a special time for the entire University community to gather for heart-searching prayer and praise. Prayer time is spent together on campus, in residence hall groups, and in academic departments.

Outreach Programs

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. In addition, the Outreach office gives support and outreach to our military, international, and first-generation students.

GLOBAL OUTREACH TEAMS

The Office of Global Outreach desires to provide each student with an opportunity to participate in and learn from the work of God in an overseas cross-cultural setting. Ministry opportunities are selected based on the following critical factors: partnership with a local church, evangelistic opportunities, vocational participation, length of service, and partnership with Master’s alumni. Teams are formed during the fall semester, receive training during the spring semester, and serve overseas during the summer. All teams that minister through the Office of Global Outreach are led by student Global Outreach leaders. The Preparation for Global Outreach class trains students in theological, philosophical, and practical aspects of short-term missions: theology of missions, cultural research methods, logistical details, teambuilding, and tropical health, among others.

ENGAGE

In October, the University provides opportunities for students to go in teams to serve domestic churches. These churches are often looking for assistance with a variety of ministries. Engage aids in the spiritual formation of our students by placing them in unique ministry contexts and by exposing them to unique ministry opportunities. Through engage, students can develop their ministry-passions and sharpen their ministry-gifts to be employed in lifelong service of the Lord’s church.

MISSIONARIES IN RESIDENCE (MIR)

Each year, The Master’s University welcomes a new missionary family to live on campus and minister among our students. The Missionaries in Residence serve as a global resource on campus by teaching missions-related classes, mentoring students interested in missions, and participating in discipleship activities with International Students and Third Culture Kids. The MIR can be contacted through e-mail at GO@masters.edu.

INTERNATIONAL STUDENT ADVANCEMENT

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. Our staff actively promotes the spiritual, academic, and social success of these students through a pre-WOW orientation, a fall retreat, service projects, a celebration of completion, interpersonal discipleship, and other community events.


Residence Life Programs

Residence Life is led by the Dean of Men and Dean of Women with a united commitment to cultivate an environment where every student can grow into a greater likeness of the Master. These programs complement a student’s comprehensive education at TMU and are designed to aid students in their growing understanding and commitment to living out a distinctive Christian life.

DEANS

The Dean of Men and Dean of Women oversee all residence and off-campus programs as well as student shepherding and biblical counseling in partnership with students’ local churches. They also lead the staff of Resident Directors, Resident Assistants, and Wing Assistants who serve in the residence halls. The Residence Life staff includes individuals whose primary role on campus is to guide and help students grow spiritually through everyday University life.

ON-CAMPUS STAFF

The Residence Halls of The Master’s University are a primary forum for students to live out the commitments of the Community Covenant. Living within each residence hall are several full-time and student staff members whose aim is to cultivate a community that glorifies God.

RESIDENT DIRECTORS (RDs)

The RD is a full-time, post-graduate position responsible for oversight of a given residence hall. Their primary responsibility is the shepherding of students in their residence hall. This includes leading RAs and WAs, discipleship, informal biblical counseling, overseeing the discipline of students in their residence hall, and maintaining a healthy learning community.

RESIDENT ASSISTANTS (RAs)

RAs are student staff members receiving a scholarship and leadership training in exchange for assisting the RD and working closely with each resident on their wing. Their responsibility is to implement the vision of the RD in their respective dorm and serve the needs of the students. This includes peer conversations, planning wing events, emergency service assistance, and maintaining a healthy wing community.

WING ASSISTANTS (WAs)

WAs are trained volunteer student staff members who assist RDs and RAs with the above responsibilities.

OFF-CAMPUS STAFF

The Off-Campus Directors (OCDs) provide leadership and care for our off-campus community. The Off-Campus Assistants (OCAs) are students who volunteer to work with the OCDs to help minister to our off-campus students. Since there is not a central location for off-campus housing, the OC staff prioritizes good communication and event planning to bring this group together.

LOCAL CHURCH

In partnership with Church Relations, we desire to provide opportunities for students to integrate into a local church body by encouraging interaction and developing relationships among older men and women. Residence Life seeks to encourage students to serve a local church body in faithfulness and provide avenues to grow in their understanding of their function in God’s plan for His people. Our purpose is practically fulfilled through strategic partnerships with churches.

ASB Programs

THE ASSOCIATED STUDENT BODY (ASB) ASB is comprised of members who are trained and mentored as leaders. Their purpose is to facilitate relationship-building on campus by enhancing and providing various campus-wide activities, as well as by offering meaningful representation from student body to University leadership.

CAMPUS EVENTS Student Life understands that in addition to classroom and chapel involvement, the University experience includes vibrant social activity. ASB gives significant effort to produce events that make our campus exciting and fun. Everything from major amusement parks to talent shows, our ASB organizes a wide variety of events to make a student’s University experience complete.

STUDENT CLUBS The purpose of clubs at Master’s is to create opportunities for students to meet and engage others who share similar interests, goals, and talents. Clubs are effective in encouraging the development of student leadership, mobilizing students toward common goals, and stimulating social, intellectual, and spiritual growth on campus.

INTRAMURALS AND RECREATION Research shows that a student’s overall intellectual development is enhanced through physical activity. We agree, but we also think it is fun and healthy. Students can participate in intramural leagues for every fitness level throughout the school year. Sign-ups are regularly announced and administrated by the Athletics Department. The fitness center is also open daily with hours that complement a student’s lifestyle, giving them the opportunity to stay fit and study–sometimes at the same time.


ASB exists as a student-led extension of the Student Life department. We are here to facilitate exciting social events and inspiring opportunities for service that promote community on campus. In addition we provide the students and administration of TMU with a vital communication link. We are comprised of a four-member Executive Council and a group of Council Members from different dorms and classes to represent a wide variety of people at TMU.

ASB Cabinet

ASB President, Josh McDonald

ASB Vice President, Kenzie Kennedy

ASB Secretary, Alyssa Thielen

ASB Treasurer, Pamela Carulli

ASB Public Relations Coordinator – Wesley Provost

ASB Council

  1. Rina Santiago

  2. Joseph Frizzell

  3. Riley Petersen

  4. Lauren Ardavanis

  5. Jake Swartz

  6. Alexander Lee

  7. Zoe VonDoloski

  8. William Payne

  9. Kailee Parker

  10. Danielle Gallegos

  11. Tyler Madlena

  12. Abigail Cruzan

CLUBS

Clubs at TMU create opportunities for students to meet and engage others who share similar interests, goals, and talents. Clubs are effective in encouraging the development of student leadership, mobilizing students toward common goals, and stimulating social, intellectual, and spiritual growth on campus.

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How To Start A Club

Are you thinking of starting a club? It is a simple, 1-step process: fill out this club request form:

CLUB REQUEST FORM

ASB shall grant recognition only to clubs and organizations whose stated purpose is in harmony with the mission and purpose of the ASB and The Master’s University. A majority vote of the ASB in a regular meeting shall be necessary to grant recognition.

If your club has a request for funds, click here:

FUNDS REQUEST FORM

As club advisor, please complete your stipend form:

ADVISOR STIPEND REQUEST


School clubs are an important part of our community! Through them students are able to express themselves and join together around common interests.

Sign up for any of the below clubs here:

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Evangelism

The purpose of the TMU Evangelism Society is to equip students to be faithful ambassadors of Christ and to be able to respond to objections to the Christian faith from a biblical worldview. The TMU Evangelism Society will be focused on evangelism and evangelism training in the Santa Clarita area.

Sketching

Are you passionate about sketching, drawing and art? Join the Sketching Society, the sketchiest club on campus!

Tennis

The purpose of the tennis club is to provide a positive, welcoming setting for anyone to enjoy tennis, regardless of their ability. The club will increase knowledge of the sport while building a supportive team environment for fun and fellowship.

History-Movie Club

Analyzing and critiquing history-themed movies with Prof. Jensen. This club will allow students to frame history with an accurate perspective by addressing how Hollywood’s version may or may not reflect what actually happened.

Oxford Blue

This is a club for people who are interested in learning and using fountain pens. We will introduce (and explore) the hobby to see how fountain pens can facilitate better note taking, learning, thinking, writing, and organization.

Collegium Sapientiae

‘Collegium Sapientiae’ was the name of a theology study group (and later a school) led by the sixteenth century Reformer Zacarias Ursinus at the University of Heidelberg. The TMU ‘Collegium Sapientiae’ will exist for the study and appreciation of primary texts in historical theology, especially the works of the early modern Reformers. We will gather to read and learn from these great thinkers.

CIS Club

CIS majors and others who are interested in making a career out of computer and information science skills should join this club. We will be offering homework help and other services to club members which can help with getting a head start in the job market.

American Sign Language (ASL) Club

This club is designed to teach beginners American Sign Language and give intermediate “signers” the opportunities for more proficient conversation. We hope to occasionally engage with fluent signers, the Deaf, the Deaf-Blind, and their culture. The goal of this club is to increase interest and skills in American Sign Language and foster love for the Deaf community.

STEM Club

The goal of the STEM club is to foster a community of curiosity and camaraderie among students with a common interest in the areas of science, technology, engineering or math. To this end, our members will be able to participate in field trips and discussions that will broaden their horizons and will acquaint them with a wide range of careers in STEM fields.

Master’s Accounting Association

Accounting majors or business majors interested in accounting are welcome to join. We will be networking, with fellow students, professors, and potential employers/hiring firms.

Spikeball

Do you love playing Spikeball? So do we!

Friday Fellowship Club

This club seeks to foster biblical community through small corporate Bible reading and prayer, as well as by sharing meals together. Several times a semester the group will hike up to the cross, read Scripture and pray together, grab breakfast, and then head to chapel.

Dental Club

This club is for people who are interested in completing graduate studies and getting involved in dentistry. We will be looking into what dental school is like, as well as what it will look like once you finish dental school.

The Great Outdoors

Love the outdoors? A club for outdoor enthusiasts to hike, bike, rock climb, ski, adventure near and far, and enjoy God’s creation!

Iron Hour

Iron Hour is designed to be a time for women to press on to know the Lord together. Our goal is to increase our knowledge of his Word, to encourage one another to walk worthy, all for the glory of God!

Aggressive Negotiations

Aggressive Negotiations is the official gaming club at Masters, it aims to bring people together and fellowship through the games we all enjoy.

IBEX Club

A club for all IBEX alumni. A time to get together, and enjoy time reminiscing on the holy land.

Magic Mountain Season Pass Club

This club is for Six Flags Magic Mountain Season Pass members and those who just want a thrill from being away from homework. For season pass holders, it’s really hard to go to Magic Mountain because friends are usually too busy and it’s not very fun going alone. This club will connect all of the people interested in going to Magic Mountain for a fun experience.


Privileges:

  1. Only recognized clubs or organizations may use the following terms or insignias: “The Master’s University”, “Master’s”, “TMU”, or a “The Master’s University” logo, or otherwise indicate any relationship to the college.

  2. Only recognized clubs and organizations will be granted free access to the use of TMU facilities and services, and then only upon appropriate request and approval stated in the ASB Operation Manual.

  3. Only recognized clubs or organizations may receive ASB funding pending approval of the guidelines stated in Article IX. Section 2. b.

  4. One Representative from each ASB-approved club or organization may have the privilege of the floor, but are without vote.

Remember that we are here to help you through the process. Please contact clubs@masters.edu with any questions you may have about school clubs.

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