Spring 2019 Classes Begin Monday, January 14, 2019!
All accepted students must submit an enrollment deposit of $100, unless otherwise indicated in your acceptance letter/notice to approved applicants. Students will not be able to enroll until their deposit is submitted. The deposit is not a fee. The funds stay in your account until you graduate or leave the university. At that time it will be refunded or credited toward your school bill. However, if you do not attend after submitting your deposit, it is non-refundable.
Academic Advising for Spring 2019 registration for the Master of Arts (Christian Apologetics) will take place by appointment, with their designated academic advisor either via telephone, email, or in-office appointment. Please call (562) 906-4570 and ask for the following advisors:
- Last names beginning with A–K: Laura Walton (firstname.lastname@example.org)
- Last names beginning with L–Z: Megan Stricklin (email@example.com)
Helpful Advising Documents:
- Modular Curriculum Worksheet
- Modular Program Outline
- On Campus Curriculum Worksheet
- On Campus Program Outline
Registration and Enrollment
November 5, 2018 – January 21, 2019
- Complete enrollment by accessing myaccount.biola.edu
- Enrollment begins November 5, 2018
- Tuition Payment: November 5, 2018 – January 21, 2019
- All steps of enrollment and tuition are due by December 18, 2018 at 4 p.m.
- *A $200 Late fee is applied if payment and steps of enrollment are not completed by December 19th
- Late Enrollment: December 18, 2018 - January 15, 2018
- Classes begin on January 14, 2019
Please note: if you choose to use the down payment method you MUST also sign up for a payment plan at the same time. Late enrollment begins December 19, 2018 with a $200 fee.
Please review the following important information:
- Payment Plans
- Campus Dining Information
- Housing Information
- Tuition: $621/unit (course fees may apply for some classes)
Finances and Payments
To assist you as you consider tuition payments, please familiarize yourself with the information regarding finances and payments on the accounting website, or talk to a financial aid counselor.
The Financial Aid office is best able to help you after you have filled out and submitted your FAFSA. If you have not already done so, it's best to apply immediately (domestic students only).