The Master’s University President Sam Horn Resigns

This just in from TMU and TMS:

March 1, 2021. Special Update From the TMUS Board of Directors:

On Friday, February 26, the Board of Directors received a letter of resignation from our TMUS president, Dr. Sam Horn. The board is grateful for the several important institutional milestones that were reached this past year, including the school’s reopening during the COVID-19 pandemic, and the reaffirmation of accreditation by WSCUC. This past year has been one of the most challenging years in higher education and we are grateful for our entire leadership team during this unprecedented time. In the coming days, the Board of Directors will appoint an interim president and begin the process of looking for the next president. Pray for us as we seek what is best for the future of both TMU and TMS.

This doesn’t sound like a joyful send off.

5 thoughts on “The Master’s University President Sam Horn Resigns”

    1. Wow, that’s horrible. Is that common at “Christian” colleges?
      Did the rapist ever get convicted, or at least outed to the public?

      1. Sadly this sort of thing is common at colleges in general, not just “christian” ones. It has only been in the last decade or so, colleges have moved from the “victim blaming” attitudes in that article to pro-active educational campaigns to try to prevent it.

    2. given that article was written over 3 years ago and the incident was from 14 years ago I doubt it.

  1. Nope, not a nice sendoff.

    My question is: did he jump (before something hit the fan) or was he pushed?

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