Library Access & Borrowing
All library users 18 years of age or older must have a current Biola ID, Alumni ID, Biola library card, or day pass for entrance. Guests may apply for a library card or day pass at the Reception Desk. Children (ages 13-17) of guests must remain with a parent or guardian at all times while using the library. Library entrance or borrowing may be purchased for a nominal fee. The type of card applied for will determine the level of access and borrowing privileges.
Library Computers & Databases
Off-campus access to online resources is restricted to current students, staff, and faculty of Biola; however, any user logged into the wireless network may freely access ebooks, journals and other online library resources. Visitors who wish to use a library computer can get a guest account from the Tech Commons, which is located on the middle level.
Printing & Copying
Wepa is an easy-to-use printing and copying service that supports seven ways to print. Printing devices are located on the upper and lower levels of the Library, and book scanners are located on the middle and lower levels of the Library.
- Black & White Single-sided: $0.15
- Black & White Double-sided: $0.30
- Color Single-sided: $0.60
- Color Double-sided: $1.20
- Scanning to PDF is free. Please follow Wepa's scanning instructions.
Guests can pay for print jobs using the following payment methods:
- Wepa account funds
- Credit Card
How-to Guides & FAQ:
- How to Print, Copy, & Scan using Wepa
- How to Add Funds to Your Account
- Print & Copy FAQ
- Transfer/Refund Biola Print Card Funds
For help, contact Wepa Support.
Code of Conduct
The Biola Library Code of Conduct is designed to create a safe and quiet environment for all patrons to enjoy. The library and its contents is a shared resource and, as such, requires all patrons to treat it, and the other patrons who use it, with respect and consideration. Library users are responsible for informing themselves of library policies.