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Admissions, Tuition and Aid

Start Your Journey

Art has the power to influence culture and impact our communities, and as an art student at Biola you’ll be equipped to do just that. The Department of Art aspires to draw the best and brightest young artists to our nationally recognized programs. Review this page to find more information on admissions, tuition, financial aid and scholarships. Apply now and join our vibrant art community.

Admissions Process

The process of becoming an art student at Biola starts with our application. Incoming first-year students and transfer students from other institutions may declare an art major when they apply for admission to Biola University.

Admissions to Biola University

Transfer Admissions

Tuition and Financial Aid

Biola’s Office of Financial Aid is here to serve you as you learn more about your cost of attendance, as well as options for financial aid. Get the financial aid process started and be sure to mark your calendars for key dates and deadlines.

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Explore Financial Aid Opportunities

Student Scholarships

The Department of Art is dedicated to your success, and we want to support you as you discover ways to pay for your Biola education. Along with university financial aid options, take a look at the scholarships below for additional opportunities.

Departmental Scholarships

Each year the Department of Art offers several art scholarships to incoming new students. Returning art students will be offered departmental scholarships based upon the quality of their annual student portfolio submissions.

Learn More About the Departmental Scholarship

Loren Baker Scholarship

This is a merit-based scholarship that is given to juniors and seniors who exhibit leadership capacity, serve as role models personally and spiritually for other art majors and produce outstanding creative work. This scholarship is primarily given to continuing students. Any student interested can apply for the departmental scholarship.

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