Visit Biola and earn a $500 scholarship!
Come join us on April 1 to celebrate being admitted to Biola, connect with other admitted students and learn about helpful resources for your upcoming decisions and transitions.
Schedule a guided tour with a current student and see all that Biola has to offer.
A Premier Christian Education
Year after year, Biola is ranked nationally for its academic strength, including a position within the first tier of U.S. News and World Report's prestigious national university category. Biola is also recognized for:
- Top 50 Collegesfor Student Experience
The Wall Street Journal
- Top 50 National Universitiesfor “Best Undergraduate Teaching”
U.S. News and World Report
- Top 10 “Best ChristianColleges in America”
- ★ ★ ★ ★One of America’s Best Colleges
- One of 21 “Top FilmSchools in North America”
- One of America’sTop Colleges
Features and Highlights
Scholarships & Affordability
Biola offers you up to $23,000 per year in academic scholarships — and that's just the start of your scholarship and grant opportunities. Each year, Biola awards more than $70 million in aid to students. Factor in discounted summer courses, accelerated programs and other cost-saving options, and there are many ways to make a premier education attainable for families from all backgrounds.
Surrounded by Southern California
There's no better place to be a college student than Southern California, one of the greatest destinations on earth. Biola's safe and inviting campus — located in the heart of this global economic and cultural hub — surrounds you with countless opportunities for internships, research and adventure.
Learn about Biola's mission, vision, history, location, outcomes and leadership.
Explore the programs, schools, centers and faculty that make Biola distinct.
Find admission requirements and apply to become a Biola student.
Find program costs and learn about scholarship, grant and loan opportunities.
Explore our vibrant, authentic community in the heart of Southern California.
Browse upcoming events, read faculty blogs and catch up on the latest news.
Biola University does not unlawfully discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, disability or age in its policies, programs and activities. For more details, read Biola’s Non-Discrimination Policy.