Distinguished Concerts International in New York City announced today that Dr. Paul Plew and The Master's College Chorale & Alumni have been invited to participate in a matinee performance of John Rutter's "Requiem" on Sunday, May 29, 2011, in Lincoln Center's Alice Tully Hall.
This will be the fourth time that this tour has been offered by TMC.
This year TMC tied for second place among the thirty-six Western Region colleges in the "Regional College" Category.
The #33 jersey worn by Mustang basketball great and former Los Angeles Lakers shooting guard and 2001 national championship player Mike Penberthy (’97) was retired at halftime at the Feb. 22 TMC-Azusa Pacific men’s basketball game.
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A freshman at The Master's College has received three prestigious awards for his continued service in the public policy arena.
The first Golf World/NIKE Golf Coaches poll has been released and the Mustang Men find themselves among the country's best. TMC has been ranked #10 in the country at the start of Spring play.
The Biblical Equipping Collection is a library of college level courses developed by our full-time Bible faculty. These courses provide an educational resource for pastors, missionaries, and local churches to use in equipping their congregations with sound biblical doctrine.
With a 6-5 win over Concordia in the nightcap of a doubleheader on March 19, The Master’s College baseball coach Monte Brooks earned his 400th career win. All of those wins have come during his 15-year tenure at the helm of the Mustangs.
The College Band Directors National Association is honoring two Master's College music majors by inviting them to play in the Inter-Collegiate Honor Band March 24 in Seattle.
Ten seconds. That’s about how long it will take for members of the 2011 graduating class from The Master’s College to walk across the stage and receive their diplomas from college President, Dr. John MacArthur.
These days financial planning takes on new urgency considering all of the changes in tax rules and financial markets. Good news! The development team at The Master's College has just completed a new set of excellent online resources that offer practical help as you set your plans for the future.
Celebrate the year at The Master's College in a collection of videos that capture campus life during the 2010-11 academic year!
Experience The Master's College Week of Welcome in video. We've uploaded a new video highlight reel from each day of WOW. We'd love for you to check it out!
More than 150 participants gathered on November 11 for a forum sponsored by the American Enterprise Institute in Washington, D.C. and The Master's College to discuss the relationship of Christian values and the future of American public policy.
The Master's College garners #2 ranking in latest U.S. News & World Report's review of regional colleges in the Western U.S.
Special photo gallery from the May 13 Graduation Ceremonies.
The Master's College is creating a new alumni house and a home for our advancement offices on campus. We're scrubbing and painting, moving and hauling, as we move several offices that were once scattered across the campus into a new home.
Among the forty colleges in the Western Region, The Master's College was ranked #2 overall, second only to Caroll College in Helena, Montana. TMC also ranked highly in individual categories, placing first in "Peer Assessment," which reflects the opinions of other presidents, provosts, and deans regarding the college's academic excellence.
Enrollment at The Master’s College, which jumped nearly 15 percent in two years, has reached a record high.
A planned gift is a great way to provide the margin of excellence to continue and expand the work on campus for the Kingdom of God.
The Master's College Athletics Program honored for ministry and service efforts.
Reconnecting alumni to the campus...more than 1500 at a time.
New effort to provide a Bachelor of Arts degree program in Music and Audio Technology at The Master's College.
A pair of Master’s College students were honored at the American Enterprise Institute’s Purpose and Prosperity Conference last month in Washington, D.C.
The Master's College new mobile app goes online in iTunes.
The Master’s College, a Christian liberal arts college in Santa Clarita, California, has recorded one of its best fundraising years in its history, recording over $4.8 million in gifts.
Our new Legacy Room, dedicated just last week, is in the news.
Not able to attend the events surrounding the opening of The Master's College's new Legacy Room? Here's a special multimedia presentation that captures the excitement.
The Master's College global outreach teams have started returning to Southern California after five weeks to two months serving churches and various ministries in Taiwan, Ireland, The Philippines and Malawi.
The steady crowd of Santa Clarita Valley residents who stepped into the storefront used by The Master’s College during the recent Farmer’s Market in downtown Newhall experienced a unique view of the world.
The Master's College's Welcome Center and Legacy Room have been completed. Learn more about what this means for the college.
Could it be that we have focused so much on us, that we have missed the greater portrait of what God has been accomplishing throughout history? Truth & Life begins Jan. 18.
Following strong performances at the national championships this past Saturday, three members of The Master’s College cross country teams have been named NAIA All-Americans.
Click for a special Christmas greeting and links to inspiring stories about student Bora Chheang, our audio technology studio, and more...
Battling nationally ranked teams, The Master's College's basketball teams are playing strong - beating Biola and fighting hard in an exciting 2-point loss to Cal Poly Pomona. The women had a decisive win over CSU San Marcos.
Join us on Monday, April 23, 2012 at Robinson Ranch golf course in Santa Clarita, California for the 19th Annual Master's College Tournament. This is our major fundraiser for scholarship funds for our students. All net proceeds will meet this vital need.
Thousands of people give generously to support The Master's College. See a student-produced video that simply says "thank you."
Here's a quick look back at the major events and accomplishments of 2011 by our students, faculty and friends.
Students are on campus today to visit classes and tour the campus, learn about financial aid and scholarship opportunities, and meet fellow students. It is the complete college visit packed into one fun-filled day!
The Master’s College Board of Directors has announced a pair of major campus improvement projects and construction is set to begin next month on the first project, an expansion of the John R. Dunkin Student Center and Canyon Café facilities.
Arizona alumni...join us at The Peoria Sports Complex to watch the San Diego Padres play the Cincinnati Reds on Saturday, March 24.
What's your answer to the question 'what one word best describes The Master's College?'
The Master's College Big Band Helps Close a Disneyland landmark.
Get an inside look at the life, culture and community of The Master’s College from our students' perspective through a special publication of The Master’s College Communications Department.
What's the BEST way to get involved as a supporter of The Master's College? Well, many of our best friends and donors have found that joining the President's Circle gives them a great chance to be involved in events and activities on campus and get to know our President John MacArthur.
On Thursday, March 29th, you and a guest are invited to attend an evening of Dinner Theatre, exclusively for alumni and friends of The Master’s College, featuring TMC’s Theatre Arts Production of, The Curious Savage
The Master’s College Science and Math programs received national recognition this week as students and programs were inducted into the Sigma Zeta Honor Society
Expecting a tax refund this year? Consider committing part of it to invest in a will or trust, or update your existing estate plan.
December 27, 2012 - January 12, 2013. This will be the fifth time that this tour has been offered by TMC
Dr. Gregg Frazer, a history and political science professor at The Master’s College, has just published his book, The Religious Beliefs of America’s Founders: Reason, Revelation, Revolution through the prestigious University Press of Kansas.
Join us on Monday, April 23, 2012 at Robinson Ranch golf course in Santa Clarita, California for the 19th Annual Master's College Tournament. This is our major fundraiser for scholarship funds for our students.
A chairperson, Dr. Constance Milton, has been hired to lead our newly formed Nursing department, and work is in progress to develop the facilities and curriculum necessary to be able to begin offering pre-nursing coursework beginning in Fall 2013 and the Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) program beginning in Fall 2014
Get an inside look at the life, culture and community of The Master’s College from our students' perspective through a special publication of The Master’s College Communications Department
The 85th annual commencement services of The Master's College will be held at 6:30pm on Friday, May 11, at College of the Canyons in Valencia.
Follow the progress of the expansion and upgrades of our John R. Dunkin Student Center with our live feed
Looking to keep your kids active and fit this summer? Check out the variety of summer sport camps TMC's Athletic Department has to offer
TMC's Athletic Department is proud to announce the 2011-2012 Mustang Athletic Honor Roll
Former TMC pitcher Charlie Gillies makes his professional debut
“Here I raise my Ebenezer.” With those words, 2012 TMC graduate and now Second Lieutenant Blaise Selby—the school’s first-ever ROTC program graduate—addressed the crowd of friends and family
Sheaffer shares his thoughts on growing up the son of a major leaguer, life as a Mustang and where the Lord is leading him
TMC's Summer Intensive Program offers students the opportunity to pursue one of three Master of Arts degrees
TMC student Allie Hill conducts a Q&A with TMC's director of career services to uncover the keys to finding that first job.
Derek Tong, a 1993 graduate, reflects on his time at The Master's College, and shares how it has helped equip him for life.
Mustang senior to be John Gilbertson tops a field of almost 700 runners.
Adults looking to complete their bachelor's degree are coming to The Master's College at an increasing rate. Program director Wayne Dell believes he knows why.
Team's excellence in the classroom is honored
TMC resident director Jake Ebner gives insight into how he came to his role and its impact on him, his family and the men of his dorm
Students will be able to meet with the renowned choral composer for several days in September
The Lady Mustangs volleyball team cracks the Tachikara-NAIA Volleyball Coaches' Top 25 poll for the first time.
For TMC science professor Dr. Ross Anderson, teaching creation was costly, but rewarding.
TMC professor Dr. Gregg Frazer answers questions about his new book on the religious beliefs of our country's founding fathers
U.S. News and World Report has ranked The Master's College No. 4 among all regional colleges in the West
The Master's College launches its Nursing Program Support Association
The Master's College library is helping an inmate in Texas build a prison library of Christian books
Longtime United States Representative talks politics, economics and foreign policy with students at The Master's College
Mustangs find unique ways to demonstrate Christlike service in the Santa Clarita Valley
TMC's theater arts program has something special to offer… and not just to the audience
Under head coach Bobby Blanken, the TMC volleyball team has risen to national prominence
TMC's History & Political Sciences professors shared their insight into the upcoming election -- and the critical issues at hand -- in an evening community forum.
TMC’s president, Dr. John MacArthur, and political science professor Mathias Kern will be regular contributors to Grace Community Church's new digital magazine
Mustang cross country standout caps his undefeated senior season with a victory at the National Championship in Vancouver, Wash.
TMC president on the atheist's Thanksgiving dilemma: "Whom to thank when there's no recipient"
After 28 years in Placerita Canyon, TMC's annual Christmas concert will be performed off site -- at the College of the Canyons Performing Arts Center at 4 p.m and 8 p.m.
TMC’s Christmas concert brings performers and audiences together to celebrate something much more than music
TMC president writes on the true meaning of Christmas
TMC graduate Joey Newton, co-pastor of Newtown Bible Church, is uniquely positioned to minster in the wake of terrible tragedy
The new title, Men Counseling Men, is slated for a March debut
This year's conference features keynote speakers Dr. Mark Dever, Dr. Sinclair Ferguson and TMC President Dr. John MacArthur
Southern California's Fox College Sports will air both the men's and women's championship basketball games live on March 5. The men's contest will also air on Prime Ticket
Guest faculty member Sam Rotman, who has performed more than 2,400 concerts, will visit TMC Jan. 29-30
College admissions department will give away an array of prizes - including a big scholarship - to prospective and current students during its first-annual Mustang Stampede rally
Two of higher education's eminent political scholars peel back centuries of history in search of what the writers intended when they framed America's foundational documents
Twenty-one hopefuls are on campus for tours and interviews -- 10 of them will receive the school's largest academic scholarship
Through the seminary's new Theological Resource Center, online visitors can watch lectures at no cost.
Annual conference to include a debate about Creation with a panel of atheists.
Celebration marks the completion of TMC’s student center remodel
New feasibility report taken into consideration
Dr. Chou, a TMC graduate, answers a student's questions about his passion for teaching young people to love God's Word
Dr. Lisa LaGeorge trained for months to raise funds for families affected by disabilities.
The college's new Vice-President of Academic Affairs was uniquely and divinely prepared for the job
Senior John Gilbertson's 10k time at the Stanford Invitational wasn't just better than the field of top NCAA Division I runners. It was also the fastest in the world so far this year
For almost two decades, the college's flagship semester abroad program has drawn students to Israel. TMC student and former IBEX traveler Rachel Phillips set out to discover why.
Longtime English Department chairman and professor Dr. John Hotchkiss will retire next month
For the first time in school history, the college will serve as one of nine regional sites for the 45-team national tournament
TMC launches the next project in its growth plan ... a renovation to transform the look and usability of Bross Gymnasium
TMC professor Dr. Steven Boyd is publishing the first of three books that will re-examine ... and challenge ... established thinking about the chronology of the Genesis Flood
Sixty student performers will be joined by 25 alumni and faculty/staff for a musical tour of Israel, Switzerland and France
The Mustangs earn the No. 7 ranking in the NAIA's final national baseball poll; NAIA regionals come next
Student-based survey rates TMC professors near the top of U.S. colleges.
The Master's Chorale is posting pictures from its current tour, along with regular updates, on Facebook
Scott Rich has been serving as the school's interim president since May 2012
The Master's College graduated close to 300 students this spring
Fifth-seeded Mustangs begin quest for a national championship on Friday
The senior caps his historic season by becoming a national champion in track and field. He and three other Mustangs earn All-American honors
IBEX professor Todd Bolen is going to teach at TMC's campus in Southern California next year
The Mustang track and cross country All American has reached the pinnacle in both sports, but he runs for much more than titles
For international graduate students, ministry opportunities don't wait for graduation
TMC literature professor's Bible-reading system has changed hundreds of thousands of lives ... starting with his own
Summer Intensive Program hosts TMC graduate students from across the U.S. and around the world
The research grant awarded to the TMC Department of Biological and Physical Sciences allows for a creationist perspective (and possible solution) to an outbreak that's attacking the nation's forests
TMC graduate and IBEX instructor Chris McKinny is an area supervisor at a dig site that may have been the biblical city of Libnah, where David slew Goliath.
Aimee Bryan, who earned a B.S. in biological sciences from The Master's College in 2006, was one of 625 students selected from a pool of more than 20,000 applicants to attend the prestigious event
Forbes Magazine recognizes The Master’s College on its latest rankings of the nation’s top institutes of higher education
Leaders of TMC's Student Life Department take approximately 150 students on a four-day retreat to prepare them to serve as campus leaders in 2013-2014
On the heels of their historic 2012 season, the Lady Mustangs crack the NAIA's preseason top 10 for the first time
TMC's men's and women's cross country teams start the season ranked in the top ten in the NAIA's national poll
Nicholas Worrell, who graduated from TMC in 1995, returns to campus to tell current students the lessons he's learned about college and how it is preparing them for the future
For the 15th year in a row, TMC appears in the First Tier ranking in the annual U.S. News report of America's Best Colleges
Through an array of online courses, The Master's College is reaching students across the spectrum of Christian higher education
The Master's College men's and women's cross country teams placed well against a field that included UCLA, UC Irvine, Loyola Maymount and Cal-State Fullerton
TMC senior Claire Sloan, who is spending the fall semester as an intern in Washington, D.C., is learning all about a city that wears two faces
Dr. Daniel Wong, a longtime biblical studies professor at TMC, sees the trials of his past--and the opportunities in his future--as gifts from the Lord
TMC students across all majors are teaming up to serve the community this week
Alice Nyquist's cancer awareness event draws many to local coffee house
TMC cross-country star Hannah Kellerman prefers to lead
The Lady Mustangs' summer trip to Haiti lets players export a piece of the college
Read articles written by students about the latest happenings on campus
Abigail Beck's short film captures "The Search for Middle Earth's Greatest Fan" contest.
Hannah Lokos persevered through 16 rejections before seeing her novel accepted this year
TMC women's volleyball rides a 3-0 performance in pool play into the elite eight at the NAIA Volleyball National tournament
Come Christmas Sing invites community members to celebrate the birth of Christ
Dr. Duncan, who has served as the Associate Executive Director of WASC for three-and-a-half years, is scheduled to start at Master’s on Jan. 1
The fourth annual community run and pancake breakfast is scheduled for Dec. 28.
The TMC Music Department's recording studio, now completed, will create career and ministry opportunities for students
Its latest production, "Cheaper by the Dozen," plays to delighted audiences of students, alumni, faculty and staff
College photo contest produces an array of excellence and captures history in the making
The final fall Director's Cup standing position TMC athletics in the top 10 out of 269 NAIA member institutions
Students, faculty and alumni launch the spring semester with a conference on sanctification featuring keynote speakers Dr. David Platt, Dr. Art Azurdia and TMC President Dr. John MacArthur
Annual event brings prospective students together with current students and alumni for barbecue, rally and a $2,014 scholarship giveaway to mark Saturday's baseball, basketball games versus Biola
Students planning to spend weeks overseas in the summer begin the journey as early as the fall semester
Dr. John MacArthur marks the occasion by sharing from God's Word the keys to an enduring ministry
TMC's Student Life Department is coming up with new ways to help students who live off campus stay connected
TMC history major Orrin Gibson's prize-winning essay on Lincoln nets him a $1,500 scholarship and a rare opportunity to mix with the world's preeminent historians in Pennsylvania
Lydia Fuller, who has participated in the IBEX and AMBEX programs through The Master's College, is one of the few who can offer perspective on both opportunities
Lynch, who has been accepted to attend The Master's College in the fall, won a $4,000 scholarship for his essay on the subject, "Tolerance, Perspective, and Worldview"
Southern Seminary President addresses students from the Book of Ecclesiastes
Tuesday's GSAC Conference championship against Hope International will air on Fox Sports Prime Ticket, beginning at 5 p.m.
Lady Mustangs receive an at-large bid to the NAIA National Championships, which begin on March 19 in Frankfort, Ky.
Ten high school seniors have been awarded the school's highest scholarship
Senior Taylor Arnone blends his music major, his communication minor and his senior recital into a successful benefit concert
Turnout reaches 170 high school juniors and seniors who came to experience what TMC has to offer
The event is highlighted by a special piece composed for Dr. Plew by celebrated composer Dan Forrest
Ken Sugarman, who enjoyed tremendous success as TMC's head women's basketball coach from 1995 - 2008, has been named head men's basketball coach
The science department's study of the bark beetle, after a year of data gathering, takes aim at finding answers to crucial questions
TMC makes the list of Best Christian Colleges in California
The annual event allows Bible majors to deliver chapel messages to the student body
Class project designing a database gives students a real-world problem to solve and helps build a ministry at the same time
TMC's Cari Logston, partnering with a company in Pennsylvania, has created artwork for a phone case that is garnering interest across social media
After months of review, the TMC faculty votes to implement new General Education requirements beginning in the fall of 2015
Lt. Elias Diaz will assume his new duties on June 16, pending City Council confirmation
New-look Mustang presents a fresh, more distinct appearance
This summer, students from The Master's College dispersed to four continents as part of the school’s Global Outreach program
For all the highlights, wins, losses, rankings and honors of the 2013-2014 academic year, take a look at the Athletic Department’s detailed recap for each of TMC’s 12 sports teams
The recent ranking by Forbes is one of several recognitions that The Master's College has received over the past year
The quiet of summer gave way to the bustling activity of a new school year at The Master's College, as 330 new students arrived on campus
“The Master’s Cup is back!” It was the news that spread across the social media accounts, residence halls and lunch tables of The Master’s College community this August
For the 16th year in a row, The Master's College was placed in the “First Tier” of “Western Regional Colleges” by U.S. News and World Report in their annual rankings
Linda Rice, graduate of the Master of Arts in Biblical Counseling program, has written a book that brings a biblical perspective to Reactive Attachment Disorder
Excitement was high at The Mustang Challenge on Saturday, as spectators watched Karis Frankian win the women’s 5k for The Master’s College cross country team
About 1,000 Chinese pastors received the newly translated MacArthur Study Bible at the Expositor’s Conference in Hong Kong
About 350 students from The Master's College stampeded onto Bross Court on Oct. 3 for the annual Mustang Madness event.
“The entire creation is a stage. It’s a theater for redemption.” -John MacArthur
Every year, halfway through the fall semester, hundreds of students from The Master's College trade five days off for five days of hands-on service
Respected pastor and author Alistair Begg returned to The Master’s College pulpit for the first time in many years
The Master's College men’s basketball team enjoyed the unique opportunity to play against the Michigan State University Spartans
This year Global Mobilization Week encouraged students to reach out to those with disabilities around the world
Rogerio Soares, missionary, athlete and TMC alumnus ('04), has a desire to bring the gospel to the people of Brazil, and he reaches out to them in the way the Lord reached out to him
The Master’s College Music Department opened their 31st annual Come ChristmasSing concert series Thursday night to an enthusiastic audience
The Golden State Athletic Conference and National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics announced their post-season awards this week
The statistics have confirmed it: TMC has the happiest students of any Christian college in America
“H.M.S. Pinafore,” Gilbert and Sullivan’s tale of a lowly sailor who loved his captain’s daughter, comes to The Master's College stage Thursday, Jan. 22 through Saturday, Jan. 24
The annual Truth and Life Conference touched on many aspects of the “Biblical One Anothers,” but ultimately every speaker came back to the most basic command: love one another
The Master's College Athletic Department recently received the “Champions of Character Five-Star Institution” award for the 2013-2014 season...
Nicoleas Mayne might be the first Master’s College student to be accepted into Harvard Law School, but he expects that he won’t be the last...
TMC and “The Christian Worldview” radio program recently selected Julia Ingoldsby as the winner of their annual scholarship essay contest, which asked incoming freshman and transfer students to write an essay defining biblical inerrancy and explaining why it is important to a Christian worldview...
The highly anticipated Online Degree Program at The Master's College is now accepting students for a March 9, 2015 start date...
Zachary and Amie Schroeder, coaches for the school’s cross country and track teams, were contracted by Game Changing Films as cross country coaches and consultants on the set of "McFarland, USA"...
Amy Mack, senior music major at The Master's College, has loved composing since she was young, seeing music as a medium to tell stories, and the world premiere of her work on Friday, Feb. 27 will be the culmination of that vision...
This week, TMC celebrates the 40th anniversary of accreditation, a milestone that has enabled the College to accept transfer credits from other accredited institutions and offer government financial aid...