Santa Clarita, CA
The Master's University and Seminary


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Recent Reviews

Naomi
What should every freshman at your school know before they start?

A good start is to have at least 10 colleges in mind and then make a point to visit each one, or talk to people personally on...

What should every freshman at your school know before they start?

A good start is to have at least 10 colleges in mind and then make a point to visit each one, or talk to people personally on the phone to get an idea of the morale of the college. When visiting, make a point to talk to students, faculty, staff to get an idea of the mentality of the school. Go to the dorms, the class rooms, study halls, library, caf, etc. Meet the president ( why not? ) BE ALL THERE! Don't slack off! Put your all into whatever it is you are doing at the moment, the results will forever be satisfactory. Listen to the professors, ask questions. Even if you don't like a required class, work harder to make it worth your while, because you still have to do it, so do right. With friends, have fun, take breaks and go to the beach or skiing. It's ok to stop studying for a bit. Parents: Encourage your kids to make their own decisions for themselves, but be there for them when it turns out to be the wrong one, sometimes it really is ok for us to learn the hard way.

What kind of person should attend this school?

A christian with values that are Biblical.

What kind of person should not attend this school?

There is no one who shouldn't because I think everyone should, or should have in the past. This world would be a better place.

Hannah
What should every freshman at your school know before they start?

Finding the right college really depends on what your dreams are for your future. You have to make sure the college you go to...

What should every freshman at your school know before they start?

Finding the right college really depends on what your dreams are for your future. You have to make sure the college you go to has the program that you need and will equip you with what you need to know. The right college is one where you feel comfortable and accepted. I think the right college is a place where you make lasting friends, and your professors care about you. The right college is about community. To make the most of your college experience, you should try your best at all of your studies, but make sure that you don't let homework overtake your life. It will always be there. Try to make quality friendships. Go on adventures with your friends. This is the only time in your life where you are free from parents or full-time work obligations. Be smart, be safe, but have fun. Learn not only from your classes, but from the people around you and the experiences you have while you are there. Enjoy it while it lasts, because it will fly by!

What do you consider the worst thing about your school? Why?

The cafeteria. I don't like the food.

What's the most frustrating thing about your school?

You have to walk up a big hill to get to your dorm, and you can't park on the lower campus.

Kelly
What should every freshman at your school know before they start?

I believe that parents should allow thier children to have a strong college experience. It's about the curiculum, the teacher...

What should every freshman at your school know before they start?

I believe that parents should allow thier children to have a strong college experience. It's about the curiculum, the teachers that respect you as an adult, the roomates who will be freinds forever with you, the chioces that you learn to make on your own(while learing to live on your own), the study skills you develope(which the school encourages). the amount of time the parents encourage thier child to continue in the education and to grow so that one dya they will be able to graduate adn reciever thier dipolmaknwoing that they learning valuable life skills(from within a school setting. I would tell parents to spend extra on the college education because even though it's harder on them, it will benefit thier child. The student must work hard and relaize that college is the first step to entering the world and choosing to make wise discissions that will empact thier lives forever.

What do you consider the worst thing about your school? Why?

I have trouble learning how to keep up with all my studies, and i feel like i end up with a bigger work load. I work slower adn the teachers keep adding work even when they know that i am behind due to the bigger things i have to do daily.

What kind of person should attend this school?

Any type of person could go here, we encourage this at my school and we also love to see a variety of student that become incredible friends and stay friends many years later.

Ben
What should every freshman at your school know before they start?

Research as much as possible. Factor in how helpful the financial aid and counselling offices are. Contact current students...

What should every freshman at your school know before they start?

Research as much as possible. Factor in how helpful the financial aid and counselling offices are. Contact current students and alumni to see how life at the school is and how easy it is to get a job after graduating. Find out if the school is accredited or not. Once in the right college, focus on school as much as possible, but set aside time every week to interact with people and do nothing school related during that time period. Eat properly, and work out regularly, because stress does build up! Bring ibuprofen and vitamin C, and prepare to get used to getting sick once one person falls ill.

Erik
Here's your chance: Say anything about your college!

friendly and accepting atmosphere!

Here's your chance: Say anything about your college!

friendly and accepting atmosphere!

What should every freshman at your school know before they start?

I would recommend students and parents research nine schools that interest them based on degrees offered, school size, school reputation, family tradition, quality of education, and extra curricular activities. Then visit the three best and spend at least one night in the dorms, go for two if you can. Visit classes and discover the atmosphere and nature of the school. Also eat in the cafeteria and attend extra-curricular activities and sports events. Scout out the campus facilities and meet several teachers in fields you anticipate studying. Finally study all the students that you meet and ask yourself this question. Do I want to be like he or she when you graduate? Like a lump of clay you will be molded and shaped through your experiences in college. Therefore pick wisely. Your friends in college will sculpt your life and you will be friends with many of them throughout life. Parents, give your students the choice in the decision. However come along side them and help them decide. Be an helpful advisor, but leave the choice up to them. Also, working through college is tough but a great learning experience as one has to learn to balance all their responsibilities.

Joshua
Describe how your school looks to someone who's never seen it.

My school is full of conservative, legalistic, judgemental Christians who think they're worldview is the only one that makes ...

Describe how your school looks to someone who's never seen it.

My school is full of conservative, legalistic, judgemental Christians who think they're worldview is the only one that makes sense, is right, or is worth anything in this life.

Describe your favorite campus traditions.

The Master's College and Seminary is best known for its seminary and its president. The Bible department at the school is also very well known. The Music department seems to be an upcoming phenomenon at the college as well.

What should every freshman at your school know before they start?

My advice to a student or parent on finding the right college would be to make sure you know what the campus life is like. Go visit the campus and "live" there for a weekend. Experience what it's like in the classrooms and what it's like to interact with the other students on campus. Find out the strengths and weaknesses of the department in which you are going to study. Make sure the surrounding area will meet your needs and desires. College is a big part in a person's life, espeically in this day in age. It's important to be able to find a balance between your social life, your studies, and of course your dreaded job. Find a college that will benifit you and will give you as many experiences as you can handle. Find a college with the perfect balance that suits you and all of your needs.

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