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Student Support Services

EAB Navigate

Navigate is a Student Success Management System (SSMS) for higher education that helps schools proactively manage student success and retention. EAB Navigate will replace the current “Biola Insight” in Fall 2021. To view the instructional guide, please explore Biola Insight transition to EAB Navigate on My Biola.

For questions, you may contact Daniel Parham in Student Success.

Student Development

Student Development has a number of departments and staff to support the various needs of students ranging from Residence Life and SOS, Spiritual Development's chapels, pastoral care, ministries and community service, Commuter Life and Global Student Services, Student Programming and leadership opportunities and Student Care, Learning Assistance, and Disability Services.

The Learning Center

The Learning Center exists to provide students with assistance in achieving and maintaining an adequate level of academic proficiency in order to be successful within Biola University’s competitive and rigorous intellectual environment. The center provides several programs and services for students as well as tips and resources for faculty.

Rhetoric and Writing Center

The mission of the Rhetoric and Writing Center is to support students, faculty and staff with their writing. Their team of peer consultants provides help with any writing assignments, research reports, graduate theses, conference presentations and conversational English. They provide feedback for writing projects at any stage—from outlines and early drafts to revisions and final edits—in a friendly, supportive environment, both face-to-face and online.

Biola Counseling Center

The Biola Counseling Center is located in the Biola Professional Building at the corner of La Mirada Blvd. and Imperial Hwy. You can view all of their services online or contact them directly at (562) 903-4800.

Career Development

Career Development offers many services to students including job searching, help with resumes and cover letters, career advising, teaching interviewing and network skills and more. You can visit their website for a full list of services, upcoming events and resources for faculty.

Student Handbooks

For more information on supporting students and policies (academic appeals, grievances, etc.), see the: