University description (as per official university website)
For Christ & Scripture
The mission of The Master's College is to empower students for a life of enduring commitment to Christ, biblical fidelity, moral integrity, intellectual growth and lasting contribution to the Kingdom of God.
Commitment to Christ, as evidenced by:
* Acceptance and acknowledgment of Christ as Lord and Savior
* Unreserved worship of God
* Pursuit of Christlikeness in word, deed and attitude
Biblical Fidelity, as evidenced by:
* Devotion to the study and application of the Scriptures
* Willingness to defend the inerrancy, authority and sufficiency of the Scriptures
Moral Integrity, as evidenced by:
* The nurturing of holiness through self-examination
* Stewardship of time, abilities and resources
* A lifetime of wholesomeness and moderation that regards the body as the temple of the Holy Spirit
* The practice of honesty, courtesy and civility toward all persons
* The practice of biblically confronting and restoring sinners
Intellectual Growth, as evidenced by:
* The ability and desire for inquiry into the great issues of life
* A habit of careful analysis and evaluation of information and ideas
* A thoughtful interaction with the full range of disciplines comprising the Christian liberal arts, leading to: - an appreciation and respect for the arts - an understanding of diverse cultures - an increasing command of spoken and written languages - a functional grasp of the sweep of human history
A Life Of Lasting Contribution, as evidenced by:
* Service and leadership within the local church
* An unashamed proclamation of the Gospel of Christ
* The building of godly families
* A strong and biblically-motivated work ethic
* An informed participation in the political process
* A continuing development of professional expertise
Financial aid is offered to students who have been accepted to the The Master's College. (For more information on admission to the college, click here.) However, you can begin to gather financial aid documents while completing the admissions process.
To apply for financial aid:
1. Submit the 2009/2010 Financial Aid Application.
2. Complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA), listing The Master's College as one of your preferred school choices (Title IV school code: 001220).
3. First year freshmen are required to complete a Verfication Worksheet and submit a signed 1040 and relevant W-2s for both yourself (if applicable) and your parents.
4. Submit all documents listed above and/or requested by the Financial Aid Office by March 2nd for priority awarding.
5. Once you receive an award letter from our office, follow the instructions given to accept or decline the financial aid offered.
* Click here to view a sample award letter.
California Residents: To appy for the Cal Grant, complete the FAFSA and submit a GPA Verification form through your high school counselor or college registrar by March 2nd. If home-schooled, contact the Office of Financial Aid for information on how to submit your GPA to the California Student Aid Commission.
To be eligible for federal financial aid a student must:
* Be a U.S. Citizen or permanent resident.
* Be enrolled at least half-time (6 units).
* Maintain satisfactory academic progress. (Click here to view the undergraduate policy.)
* Not be in default on any student loans.
* Meet selective services registration requirements (Men only; click here for more information).