Student Life Leadership
Student Life Leadership Applications
Applications are open from February 22 through March 8, 2021. No late applications will be accepted.
If you want more information or have questions, a Student Life Leadership Opportunities Fair will be held after chapel from 10:30am-1:00pm in the North Campus Courtyard.
For those interested in Chapel Band, please sign up for an audition time at the Student Life Leadership Opportunities Fair or by emailing Steven Inabnit at firstname.lastname@example.org to schedule an audition time prior to filling out an application.
Student Life Philosophy - The Master’s Way
Student Life believes that biblical community life on this campus is initiated and modeled by its students. The mission of TMU as defined in the doctrinal statements and modeled through the Distinctives, is fleshed out in the context of a life-on-life community. It is through the lives of committed students who are faithful to pursue this goal and call others to follow that the reality of a biblical community can be lived out on campus.
Being on Student Life Leadership at The Master’s University is both an incredible privilege and a great responsibility. It is the aim of Student Life Leadership to be a team that honors the Lord in all they do, to sacrifice of themselves for the growth of the community, and to model Christ likeness consistently, with the goal of impacting lives on The Master’s University campus for the Kingdom.
With these goals in mind, Student Life Leadership provides an opportunity for various students to serve in specific ministry capacities both on and off campus through the following leadership opportunities:
Resident Assistant: leads a wing of residential students towards Christlikeness by modeling service, care and ownership of creating a positive wing culture.
Wing Assistant: partners with the RA to cultivate authentic spiritual friendships and has awareness of any needs on the wing; assists with dorm events, wing events, and small groups.
Off-Campus Assistant: works alongside the Off-Campus Director to facilitate community and service among commuter students.
Campus Life: represents and serves the student body in the planning and coordination of campus events.
Chapel Band: serves the student body by creating and executing our campus worship culture through an edifying chapel experience.
Global Outreach Leader: serves as a team leader who is trained to manage a team of peers to participate in a ministry in a cross-cultural setting.
International Student Liaison: serves, leads, and encourages the International and Third Culture Kid student population through ministry and activities coordination.
Students applying for a position as an RA, Campus Life, GO Leader, or International Student Liaison should expect to be interviewed by Student Life Staff. Interview times will be given by King Hall via email.
If you have any questions, send an e-mail to email@example.com