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MONDAYS @ MASTERS

Dear Future Mustang,

In light of Coronavirus (COVID-19), all campus events have been suspended. We are saddened that we will not be able to welcome and meet you during this time and will post updated event dates as soon as possible.

We still want to connect with you! Join one of our live Q@A events and watch previous recordings to hear from faculty, residence life, athletics, financial aid, and participate in a live Q & A.

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For more information please see www.masters.edu/coronavirus


April 6, 2020

For prospective students and families without much time to spare, Mondays @ Master’s is a great opportunity to get a snapshot of what TMU is all about! Music Prelude applicants also register here. Visit classes, take a campus tour, attend chapel, learn about financial aid opportunities, meet some of our TMU students, and get all of your questions about TMU answered. It is the complete college visit packed into one fun-filled day!


8:30am - 3:00pm. Event Cost: Free Event

  • 8:30 Registration & Welcome

  • 9:10 Chapel

  • 10:30 Campus Tour

  • 11:45 Class Visit

  • 12:50 Working Lunch including Financial Aid Seminar

  • 2:15 Student Panel with current students

  • 2:30-6:30 TMUniCode 2020 Coding Competition (optional)

  • 6:00 Men’s Basketball vs. University of Saint Katherine (optional)


Music Prelude: Prelude is hosted at Master’s on the same dates as “Mondays @ Masters”. For information and registration on Prelude, please see: Music at Master’s

All we need is some basic information from you, and the best part about it is that it’s free! Once you have signed up we will send you a confirmation with all of the information you may need for your visit to TMU. Parents are also welcome and encouraged to attend. Let us know how we can help you make this college-decision process easier. We would love to see you here!

Though Mondays at Master’s is designed to be a condensed visit program and is not designed primarily to accommodate overnight visitors, it is possible that a Mondays at Master’s visitor might want to stay overnight in the dorms. If this is the case, any registered Mondays at Master’s attendee will need to read our Overnight Visit Policy for details about staying overnight and email our Visit Coordinator. All overnight visitors need to bring a sleeping bag and pillow. Unfortunately, we cannot house chaperones or parents in the dorms. Please visit our hotels page to plan overnight housing at a local area hotel. If you would like to rent a car, please visit our car rentals page to rent a car.

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