Biola University is a private Christian University in La Mirada, California where students can find spiritual focus and enrichment as well as academic diversity and an exciting school culture.
Over 145 academic programs, from the bachelor’s to the doctoral level, are offered at Biola.
Majors include academic fields like Anthropology, English, Philosophy and History. There are also arts degrees awarded in specialized areas like Screenwriting, Sculpture and Writing and Publishing.
Professional majors include such fields as Business Administration, Radio Broadcasting, Teacher-education and Engineering. There are also Pre-Professional degree programs like Pre-Medicine, Pre-Physical Therapy, Pre-Veterinary Medicine and Pre-Optometry.
Since Biola is a Christian school, all subjects are taught from a Biblical perspective. Also, a large part of the student culture revolves around religious activities such as chapel services and campus ministry. Biola also hosts Biblical and Missions conferences throughout the year.
Student life at Biola is a thriving mixture of other activities as well. There are student cultural clubs, a campus art gallery, student theatre and music performances and choral ensembles.
Also, since Biola is within an hour of Los Angeles and close to the Southern California coastline, students may experience the richness of the city as well as the tranquil beauty of the beaches.
Student services at Biola include career counseling, disability services and financial aid programs.
In order to gain admittance to Biola, students must submit transcripts and SAT scores. They also must submit a reference letter from their church minister or pastor and be committed to the Christian faith.
Quick Facts about Biola University
Large Town Setting
Medium (2,000 to 5,000 Undergrad)
On-Campus Housing Available
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