Admissions Counselors picked up 28 prospective students from across the country at LAX on Thursday afternoon. Students spend all day Friday on campus learning more about academics through classroom visitation and the faculty luncheon. They also spent time experiencing the Biola community through meals in the cafeteria and games with the Ambassadors from the Office of Admissions on Friday night. The weekend wrapped up with a day at Disneyland on Saturday and church and lunch with their Admissions Counselors on Sunday.
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