Meet

Angel

Angel has always had a passion for serving others. So when it came time to choose a college, she knew she wanted to go to a university that was just as intentional in academics as in developing character and pursuing Christ. Biola’s distinct biblically centered education—which extends well beyond the classroom—was the obvious answer.

But a Biola education didn’t seem possible.

As the middle of five children, Angel and her siblings were raised by her mom after their dad passed away when Angel was only five years old. “Biola was a dream that seemed just out of reach,” she says. For Angel, the dream of a Biola education was realized through the support of Biola alumni and friends who are committed to helping sustain the quality and biblical distinctives of the Biola experience For All Students.

The Biola Fund provided an opportunity for Angel to not only come to Biola, but to stay at Biola all four years.

Now a graduating senior, Angel has developed as a leader and credits the opportunities beyond the classroom for making her into the person she is today. This spring, she’ll receive her diploma and graduate into a world of possibilities because people like you made the difference for her.

Join us in providing this world class experience For All Students.

As of April 15, we have just $730,000 left to raise by June 30 toward our $3.1 million dollar goal

so that we can ensure Biola’s 6,000 students can make their plans for the fall semester. Support students like Angel and join us in making a Biola education more accessible For All Students.

The Biola Fund: Providing a world-class education for all students

Every year gifts to the Biola Fund help make Biola more affordable for students in the following areas:

Student Scholarships

Providing assistance to students in need who face significant financial challenges. Gifts to the Biola Fund help students achieve their dream of earning a Biola degree while equipping them for a lifetime of Christ-honoring impact.

Campus Renewal

Providing industry-leading classrooms and technologies, living spaces, learning and study environments, community gathering spaces and campus grounds to support the educational experience of our 93-acre campus which is home to more than 6,000 students.

Academic Innovation

Providing opportunities for faculty research, biblically centered scholarship and the development of new academic programs.

Student Development

Providing students with enrichment opportunities to help them grow and thrive as they pursue God’s calling on their lives.