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The Master’s University Associated Student Body is a ministry of Student Life and strives to promote the interests and welfare of the students and to make provision for the decent and orderly administration of student affairs. We serve as a vital link between the students and the administration and are closely involved in almost all campus events.

We are comprised of an seven-member Executive Council and a group of senior dorm representatives and dorm representatives that are assigned to every TMU community.

Purpose Statement

“To creatively and faithfully invest in our campus through intentional communication, purposeful events, and joyful service to, through, and because of our great Savior Jesus Christ.” save

Student Activities Director

Student Activities Coordinator

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.

ASB Cabinet

ASB President, Noah Olson

ASB Vice President, Chris Jackson

ASB Events Coordinator, Kenzie Kennedy

ASB Secretary, Hannah Johnson

ASB Communications Coordinator, Mason Glennan

ASB Campus Relations, Matt Acosta

ASB CFO, David Wong

ASB Council

ASB Council

Dannah MacLeod

Nathan Choy

Joshua Morton

Simone Jackson

Gaby Morales

Abe Raygoza

Josh Garber

Christie Fukuda

Jonah Welch

Noah Frizzell

Theresa Egger

Kayla Murphy

Anna Bray

Elizabeth Ryan

The Master’s University Society for Science and Mathematics

Established 2010

The purpose of the society is to encourage scientific scholarship, curiosity, inquiry, colleague fellowship, and educational activities in a God-honoring manner, in agreement with The Master’s University mission statement. We seek to encourage camaraderie between science majors and faculty specifically, as well as the entire campus, to encourage student-faculty communication for the further development and sharpening of the science and math majors, and to provide community services such as: high school and peer tutoring, home school outreach, and environmental stewardship. We seek to live as ambassadors of Christ and TMU to the scientific and educational community, and to engage in creation and bioethical research, discussion, and scholarship; we desire to pursue biblical truth in every arena of science.

C3 Unity

Established 2011

C3Unity exists to encourage students of TMU to embrace diversity as a reflection of the Kingdom of God and to foster an environment for students to model the kind of love and unity toward one another that values the contributions of all people.

Joga Bonito

Established 2011

Our purpose is to provide an avenue to pursue excellence in soccer while glorifying God in fostering of relationships. We want to create an environment where the advanced soccer player and beginner player can learn from each other and play together. Because soccer is the world’s most popular sport and TMU has a large international community, this club promotes student body unity and provides a piece of home for those international students.

Cliff Hangers

Established 2015

Our purpose is to embark upon grand escapades with the objective of cultivating sanctifying relationships and gospel centered community. While exploring God’s creation we will discover God’s majesty and cultivate God-honoring friendships by hammocking and adventuring in unique places near southern California.

Entrepreneurship at its Finest

Established 2015

Founded to promote entrepreneurship in the heart of the student body and plant originality in the minds of the next generation. Through creative minds and a passion for entrepreneurship, history and economies have been altered for the better. By God’s grace, Smith Smoothies has added a unique presence to the Master’s University and we want to continue this influence by expanding into an official Society. This Society is solely dedicated to learn more about the business world; while keeping God at the center.

The Silent Club

Established 2015

Our desire is to practice “American Sign Language” in conversational set-ups so that we can become fluent in the language as well as to provide an opportunity for other students to comfortably learn some of the language. We want to eventually be able to use this language to spread the gospel to the Deaf people in our community.

Evangelism Society

Established 2012

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.

Accounting Association

Established 2012

The purpose of the Accounting Association is to provide an environment for students interested in a business career, especially accounting, to network with professionals, faculty, and other students in order to expand their knowledge of the business world and hone the skills necessary for such a career.

Treading Society

Established 2015

The purpose of the TMU Treading Society is to allow TMU students the exposure necessary for promoting a healthy lifestyle by means of water knowledge, water fitness, and sustainable buoyancy.

School Societies

School clubs are an important part of our community. Through them students are able to express themselves and join together around common interests. This fellowship brings many positive results and we want to assist you in joining or even starting a club.

How To Start A School Society

It is much easier than you may think.


  1. Written statement of purpose.

  2. Name of a faculty or full-time staff to serve as the club’s advisor.

  3. Club membership roster including at least ten currently registered students.

Also, 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.


  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 us with any questions you may have about school clubs.

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