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With a wide range of topics and interests represented, our clubs offer diverse opportunities for you to get connected!

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Academic and Career Clubs

  • Accounting Society

    We hold professional development activities for Accounting students, including firm tours, resume writing, mock interviews with accounting firms, and more!

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  • Alpha Psi Omega (Theatre Club)

    We are a community of theatre students whose intent is to build one another up, to invest in the future of the theater department as a whole, and prepare each other for our professional careers at large.


  • Biola Music Therapy Association (BMTA)

    The mission of this club is to glorify God by loving and encouraging others while enhancing lives through music. We will provide a safe place for Music Therapy students and other majors to learn more about music therapy and provide MT students opportunities to volunteer and practice one on one client interactions and group sessions.


  • CA Nursing Students' Association

    We are a student chapter of CNSA working to equip Biola nursing students as leaders who influence our peers, our community, and our world for the Lord Jesus Christ.


  • Chem Club

    The Chem Club exists to inspire students to explore God's creation through chemistry, create awareness about being good stewards toward God's creation through environmentally-friendly activities, and create a space for student-led networking where younger students can learn from the upperclassmen.


  • Disability Care Club

    Our mission is to impact the world for Christ through the congregation of individuals who have a passion to work with children with various disabilities. Through serving this population, club members will gain experience in this important field while also caring for these children who are often overlooked in society.


  • Engineering Club

    The purpose of this organization is to prepare and equip students for the engineering industry through competitive projects in community for the glory of God.


  • English Guild

    The purpose of this organization is to build servants through group service projects, hone critical skills for life after Biola (whether in the business world or grad school), and promote connections for members with valuable contacts in the business/grad school world.


  • Entrepreneurship Society

    Biola Entrepreneurship Society is a community of innovative thinkers from all majors that exist to offer support, encouragement, and guidance to redemptive entrepreneurs. We host events that gather like-minded students.


  • Film Music Guild

    The purpose of this organization shall be to raise awareness between film and music students, provide educational resources for students, cultivate a professional mentality among film and music students.


  • Financial Planning Association

    To be stewards of Financial Planning information towards the Biola student community to help them engage and learn about their future finances.


  • Global Medical Missions Association (GMMA) Student Chapter

    We exist to bring and promote missional life to the body of healthcare professionals and its partners.


  • Health Careers Club

    We educate, support, and build community among all the pre-health career students as we prepare to serve as future health professionals.


  • History Club

    Our Mission Statement is "Celebrating History as His Story in Community." We aim to bring awareness to the significance and value of history, build a community of people who love the past, and encourage deeper learning about history.


  • Lambda Pi Eta (Communication)

    We are a community of Communication scholars who recognize the importance of studying how and why we communicate, and who work to promote the field to the Biola Community. We celebrate fellow Communication students’ academic achievements and create a co-curricular space to practice and share skills for our future careers.


  • National Society of Leadership and Success Student Chapter

    The organization has been established to be a group that supports college students in achieving their goals through training in marketable leadership skills and community-oriented action.


  • National Student Speech Language Hearing Association

    We are a student chapter of (NSSLHA). Our purpose is to provide support to current Biola Communication Disorders students, to raise awareness of communication health and disorders, and to reach out to the community to meet physical, spiritual, and communication needs.


  • Philosophy Club

    Our purpose is to bring Philosophy majors and minors together by cultivating a space to explore what we study, to refine what we believe, and to pursue the things that are important to us with one another.


  • Psi Chi (Psychology)

    About Us

    The purpose of this organization is to prepare students for the field of psychology, to unite students with similar interests and build relationships with faculty members. Students will grow in their intellectual understanding of psychology and in application through service to the community. Psi Chi is the International Honors Society in Psychology, founded in 1929 for the purposes of encouraging, stimulating, and maintaining excellence in scholarship, and advancing the science of psychology. 

    Membership is open to undergraduate juniors and seniors who meet the minimum qualifications and are making the study of psychology one of their major interests. Applications are to be filled out online. Once submitted email to have your application reviewed and approved. 

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  • The Weekend Project

    To build a collaborative community of primarily underclassmen who desire to develop hands-on writing and production skills in order to empower each new class with the confidence and connections needed to create projects with one another outside of the classroom.


Multicultural and Heritage Clubs

  • Anashim Project (Jewish Heritage)

    The main goal of this club is to create a supportive environment to discuss the role of Jewish culture in the Old and New Testaments. We celebrate traditional Jewish holidays to help the Biola community gain an appreciation for how understanding Jewish culture can help us better understand and appreciate the context of scripture. We also aim to develop an environment where Jewish believers on campus can come and feel safe to share and appreciate their culture. We also hope that this appreciation of Jewish culture will help equip people to minister to Jewish non-believers so that they may come to know Yeshua as their Messiah.


  • Biola African Student Association (BASA)

    Our mission is to create a safe and open space for African and Caribbean students in the diaspora to meet, share their experiences and culture, while also empowering each other and enriching the Biola community.


  • Biola Indonesian Student Association (BISA)

    BISA Vision: For Indonesian students in Biola to be well set up for success in their collegiate and professional careers BISA Mission: To become a platform that brings together Indonesian students at Biola, and equip them with skills, knowledge, and connections that will set them up for success in their future careers


  • Black Student Association (BSA)

    The Black Student Association is committed to intellectual, cultural, and ethnic diversity. Our purpose is to promote student growth and development of men and women of all races through the celebration of global black culture, lifestyle, and history. We will provide an outlet for all students while serving the Lord.


  • Ethiopian & Eritrean Student Association (EESA)

    The Ethiopian and Eritrean Student Association seeks to cultivate a safe, inclusive and educational space for members of the Biola community who would like to learn about Ethiopian and Eritrean culture while also fostering community.


  • Hawaii Club

    Our goal is to increase cultural awareness, bring people together, and have fun celebrating life and culture by spreading Aloha and talking story!


  • Korean Student Association (KSA)

    Our mission is to provide a healthy and comfortable environment for ethnically Korean students inside a Christian community.


  • Unidos Latinx Heritage Club

    The purpose of this organization is to promote racial reconciliation, embrace Latin culture, and educate students and the community about Latin culture. All are welcome!


Music, Art, Dance, Performance Clubs

  • Art League

    The purpose of this organization is to integrate the art community with the greater Biola community, facilitate friendship and mentorship between classes and years of art students, and make art!


  • Rich Kids Comedy

    The mission of Rich Kids Comedy is to teach the skills of improv comedy and to bring laughter and joy to the students and staff of Biola University through clean comedy, all while bringing glory to God.


  • Swing Dance Club

    We are dedicated to bringing people together and teaching those who are interested in East Coast style swing dancing. Our purpose is to have joy in dancing as well as to be a light to the local Lindy Hop community.


  • Xopoc Dance Crew

    We exist to glorify God through the gift of dance, to be the bridge between dance and the Biola community, and to be excellent in our technique and skill level to represent the best of Christ. (fall semester only).


Recreation and Sports Clubs

  • Barbell Club

    Our mission is to foster a welcoming environment for individuals attempting to become the strongest version of themselves through the sport of weightlifting and powerlifting.


  • Cubing Club

    The Cubing Club provides a space for people to learn how to solve a puzzle cube (more commonly known as a Rubik’s cube), have resources to improve their solves and spend time together with other cubers.


  • ESports Club

    Our mission is to provide and strengthen a diverse and inclusive community around our shared enjoyment of games and friendly competition.


  • Hide and Seek Club

    Our mission is to promote wellbeing by playing games that focus on child-like energy and fun.


  • Martial Arts Club

    Our mission is to create community through self defense to empower all members towards confidence and discipline to help in their walk with God.


  • Men's Lacrosse

    The purpose of this organization is to play lacrosse, use lacrosse to be a ministry, and represent Biola well in competitive play.


  • Spikeball Club

    Our mission is to show the love of Christ by creating a welcoming and encouraging community whose members share a love of Spikeball.


  • Unicycle Club

    Our mission is to foster an environment of encouragement and perseverance through unicycling!


  • Volleyball Club

    Biola’s volleyball club is designed to create a community and encourage students to grow in their volleyball skills. Biola students of all abilities are invited to play volleyball in an inclusive and fun environment.


  • Women's Lacrosse

    The purpose of this organization is to promote Christ through the sport of lacrosse, develop and nurture encouraging friendships and develop character through discipline and sportsmanship.


Shared Interest and Community Building Clubs

  • ACTS College Ministry Club

    The purpose of ACTS College Ministry is to love God and love people. We are part of a church called Church of Southland located in Anaheim, CA. We have large group and cell groups that meet on Biola campus throughout the week, and we provide free rides to church on Sundays. If you are interested in our ministry or looking for a home church, we would love for you to join us! Check out our instagram @biola.acm to see our upcoming events!


  • Biola Conservatives Club

    The Biola Conservatives club exists to be a place for all students to congregate and discuss current political and cultural topics through a Christian and conservative viewpoint.


  • Bridging Biola

    We are hoping to bring together students who are interested in bridging the political divide, as well as those with strong opinions seeking opportunities to share them with an engaged audience. Our club will host regular debates and events at Biola. The goal is not to change peoples’ minds, but rather their temperament toward the other side through a deeper understanding of individual experiences.


  • Environmental Advocacy Club

    Our mission is to educate, connect, and mobilize students to achieve their full potential as stewards of creation.


  • Impact Film Club

    Our mission is to create a thriving community of film lovers on Biola’s campus that anyone who loves movies can be a part of, regardless of major.

  • Inkslinger Club

    We publish and market a student creative writing/art magazine to give editorial staff experience and opportunity to use God-given talent, and to integrate creative writing and art works in an amazing final product.


  • Koinonia Campus Mission (KCM)

    KCM exists to care for collegians by discipling them to value the glory of God through local and global witness to ultimately benefit and build up the local church of Jesus Christ.


  • Love the Least (pro-life club)

    The primary purpose of this organization is to promote widespread awareness on the issue of abortion and strengthen an educated and compassionate pro-life voice. The club will serve as a community for students to exercise their pro-life convictions through education, prayer, and various topic-focused on-campus events.


  • Ratio Christi

    Our purpose is to equip university students and faculty to give historical, philosophical, and scientific reasons for following Jesus Christ. We bring together faith and reason to establish the intellectual voice of Christ in the University.


  • Student Athletic Advisory Committee

    The mission of SAAC is to enhance the total student-athlete experience by promoting opportunity, protecting student-athlete welfare and nurturing a positive student-athlete image, while fostering the development of Christian character and supporting the pursuit of team and individual academic achievement.


  • Veterans Club

    Our mission is to provide a community where student Veterans feel loved, cared for, and desired, in the name of Jesus, by orchestrating highly intentional fellowship. This will be done through weekly, morning devotionals, bi-weekly collaborative Bible studies, and breaking bread together.


Other Ways to Get Involved

  • Commuter Students

    Commuter Students small groups are for students who plan to live at home with family or off campus, even once we resume in person classes. Most groups meet every other week to connect commuter students together with real-life conversations and encouragement. Visit Commuter Life to sign up.


  • Global Students

    Global Students community groups are for international (F1 visa) students, third culture and missionary kids. We meet weekly to help you get connected to and build community with other global students! This year, many of our traditional events will take place in these groups, so you don't want to miss out! Visit Global Students for more info and to sign up.


  • SEID Affinity Groups

    SEID Affinity Groups are for students from similar or shared ethnic and cultural backgrounds to build community and support each other alongside faculty and staff mentors. Visit SEID for more info and to contact group leaders.


  • Student Ministries and Student Missionary Union

    Student Missionary Union and Student Ministries are for all students interested in exploring involvement in local and international ministries and living missionally in your daily life. Contact for more information about types of ministry experiences offered and how to join.

    • Student Missionary Union (SMU) – SMU exists to motivate and mobilize students to align their lives toward the completion of the Great Commission, whether we are quarantined or not. Our desire is still to consistently raise up generations of student leaders who passionately and obediently serve Jesus throughout their lives. Join the SMU Huddle and get plugged into smaller areas of interest, both locally and globally.
    • Evangelical/Mormon Interaction (EMI) – Equipping Biola students to engage the LDS community in relationship and honest discussion by providing opportunities locally and throughout Utah.
    • National School Project (NSP) – NSP has a vision for a student-led, church-supported campus awakening to the love of Christ at every public school. Their mission is to coach and mentor middle and high school students to reach their campuses for Christ, and technology allows this goodness to continue.



  • The Dwelling

    The Dwelling aims to be a caring and supportive community where students who identify as LGBTQ or experience same-sex attraction (SSA) can journey together, reconciling their faith and life circumstances as they grow in discipleship to Christ.

    Students who are interested in joining The Dwelling may contact Chris at or call (562) 777-4041.


  • Veteran/Military Affiliated

    Student Veteran and Military Affiliated groups are for those who have served or are currently serving in the military, and for students who have a loved one who is a Veteran or currently serving in the military. Both groups are designed to build community and support through regular connection and fellowship throughout the semester. Visit Veteran Services for more info and to contact leaders.