Library Hours

Fall 2018: September 4 - December 21

Regular Hours (see exceptions below)

Monday–Thursday7:30 a.m.–1 a.m.
Friday7:30 a.m.–7 p.m.
Saturday10 a.m.–8 p.m.
Sunday12 p.m.–1 a.m.

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  • New Library Information Desk

    Visit our new Information Desk for assistance with our many library services and resources, previously offered at the Reference Desk and Circulation Desk. Our goal in making this change is that library staff will be able to serve you better by providing services in one place--a one-stop experience for all library patrons. The Library Reception Desk, located beside the entrance turnstiles, will continue to assist people with library access, including the issuing and renewal of library cards and guest access. Services at the Information Desk will include research help, the checkout of materials, holds, LINK+ and ILL pickup, and fines collection.

  • Library Access Update

    As part of the recent prioritization project, the Library reviewed many of its services and attendant costs. Because any “free” service provided to non-students is actually subsidized by current tuition-paying students, a new cost structure for library access to non-students has been developed and is available on the Library Access page. This new cost structure indicates that some services to non-students which were previously free now come with a nominal cost. Access for current students, faculty and staff remains FREE. For questions or concerns regarding this change, please contact Dr. Gregg Geary, Dean of the Library, at
  • Library Art Exhibition - "NEXT"

    August 27 - December 22, 2018
    University Library, Main Floor

    The NEXT juried art exhibition offers a glimpse of emerging young talent in the visual arts, featuring exemplary works created by current High School students in our region, celebrating the creativity of young Christian artists, and cultivating artistic talent within the Christian community. The exhibition was open to submissions from Sophomore through Senior level students attending private Christian High Schools, and the exhibit was juried by a committee of Biola University Art Department faculty (whose work is also currently on view throughout the main floor of the University Library).

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