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  • Student Helping Students

    Evan Tan (’14, M.A. ’16)

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    Evan Tan is a recent Biola graduate, current Talbot student and a member of the President’s Circle giving society. He knows very well the...

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    For Marilyn Meyer, Gladys MacKenzie (’45) was more than just a Sunday school teacher; she was the embodiment of the love of Jesus. Marilyn only...

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    In 1973 Virginia Moats was advised to purchase 200 shares of stock in a new company with an unknown product called “WD-40.” Following the death in...

  • Success and Stewardship

    Maurice “Al” Enderle

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    The world defines “success” in a lot of ways: fame, fortune, influence, power, to name a few. By every worldly standard imaginable, Maurice “Al”...

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    The largest emphasis of The Campaign for Biola University, and the baseline goal upon which all other ambitions are built, is to make Biola...

  • A More Affordable Future

    Why lowering costs and lessening debt for students is the top priority of The Campaign for Biola University

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    Jose Anaya (’14) was born in Colombia and grew up in the town of Barranquilla, where his father worked for the government as a veterinarian for...

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    Lindsay Reed believes in the power of music to change lives. And through Biola’s Conservatory of Music, she has been able to witness firsthand the...

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    When Jonathan Chua (’10) transferred to Biola to receive a degree in intercultural studies, his desire was to bring the gospel to people who had...

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    As a publicist in the film industry, Amy Ortega (’12) is convinced that no one but God could have scripted her unlikely journey. Ortega arrived at...

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    During her time at Biola, Sarah (Sjoberg ’14) Evans balanced several jobs during the school year and graduated a semester early to save money....

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    Like many of his fellow servicemen, Matt Nethers came back from the Iraq War with physical scars. When an IED exploded next to his vehicle during...

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    Gabby Odudu (’13) has wanted to work in medicine since she was a little girl, when she underwent numerous major surgeries on her eyes. “I basically...

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    Si Nae Kim (’14) came to Biola against all financial odds. As an international student from China — where her parents serve as missionaries — Kim...

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    As Katie Watson (’11) reflects on her Biola experience she remembers a professor who said, “Do you want to be a Christian journalist? Then be the...

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    As he counted down the days to his graduation in May 2015, biochemistry major Marcus Olivares-Perez (’15) marveled at the many ways Biola had...

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    As Biola’s student body has grown — more than doubling in size over the last two decades alone — so too have the physical needs of the burgeoning...

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    Click for full-size map Over the past five years, Biola and its supporters have invested tens of millions of dollars to transform our La Mirada...

  • A New Era for the Sciences

    Why focusing on science, technology and health is a key priority of The Campaign for Biola University

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    Throughout history, the discoveries and applications of science — electricity, DNA, penicillin, the mapping of the human genome — have changed the...

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    Biola’s ambition is to become a global center for Christian thought — an institution that cultivates and disseminates influential scholarship,...

  • Giving Voice to the Wisdom of Jesus

    Three years in, Biola’s Center for Christian Thought is seeking to contribute to a renaissance of the evangelical mind

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    Ideas are powerful. Perhaps they’re the most powerful thing in the world. But ideas also have a weakness: They need a voice. A voice to actualize...

  • Front and Center

    A guide to Biola’s three academic centers

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    As part of the university’s goal to attract and develop outstanding Christian scholars and to have a more pronounced impact in the broader world...

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    Never before have more opportunities been available for Biola to realize its vision of being a university of global impact. Technological advances...

  • Biola for the World

    Taking Biola’s biblically centered resources to the ends of the earth

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    For as long as Biola has existed, it has been an institution with an outward focus, looking for ways to bless people around the world with...

  • How to Help

    Six ways to get involved in The Campaign for Biola University

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    Biola University was built on the prayers, generosity and support of people like you, who saw the vision of a school endeavoring to carry out a...

  • Called to Stewardship

    The biblical principles guiding Biola’s campaign

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    God, Giving and Asking at Biola University. That’s the title of a booklet we’ve been sharing with alumni, parents and friends who are considering a...