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Grandparents pose for photo with student in front of the fountain

Grandparents Day 2024

Cost and Admission

This is a paid event.

Biola loves Grandparents!

It's our joy to welcome the grand-relatives of our Biolans on to campus for a "day in the life" of our students. From chapel and class visits to enjoying a meal in the Caf, we cannot wait to host you on campus!

Registration opens February 14th.

Open All Day (8:00 a.m.–2:00 p.m.) at Fluor Fountain

  • Information Booth
  • Card-Writing Station
  • Lawn Games

Scheduled Activities

8:00–9:00 am Coffee with Dr. Corey

Courtesy in part to the Lehman Stewart Society, guests are welcome to enjoy a morning of fellowship and a delicious continental breakfast with our one and only, President Dr. Barry Corey. Space is limited.

*Please note: Students cannot use their meal plans for this event and must register if they plan to attend.

9:30–10:20 a.m. - Chapel

Join the Biola community as we worship God together.

10:30 a.m.– 11:45 a.m. - Class Visits

  • Foundations of Christian Thought with Dr. Timothy Pickavance in Calvary Chapel

  • Biblical Backgrounds with Dr. Carmen Imes in Talbot 007

  • Life and Letters of Paul with Dr. Kenneth Berding

  • The Rhetorical Act with Professor Micheal Matchell

  • Introduction to Sociology with Professor LaDawn Johnson

12 p.m–1:00 p.m. - Lunch in The Cafeteria

Experience a true Biola student experience with a delicious meal in the Cafeteria a.k.a “The Caf.”

Please note: Students using their meal plan for themselves or their guests should NOT purchase a ticket for “Lunch in the Cafeteria”

12:00- 2:00pm Activity Options:

  • Photobooth open from 12:00pm-2:00pm
    • Post for a photo with your Biolan and get it printed right there at NO COST

  • Campus Tours
  • Legacy Literacy: Estate Planning for Everyone

     FREE workshop with Estate Lawyer, Ella Gentile that will cover:

  •  how to start the process of creating a will and trust

  • how these documents can be used to protect your loved ones

  • common misconceptions


Contact Stephanie Ramirez at:
(562) 906-4535