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Information Sessions

Due to the current COVID-19 situation, the information sessions have been canceled for the rest of the spring semester. For information on Biola University's response to COVID-19, visit biola.edu/coronavirus.

Group Sessions

Info Meetings by Major

Want to learn about Biola’s study abroad programs? Attend an info session alongside peers from your major! In these meetings, we will discuss how study abroad works, selecting a program for academic fit, and the application process. There are two meetings for each major during the semester and two meetings for all students, including undeclared majors. Meetings are in Sutherland 115 from 9:30–10:30 a.m.

Uncertain of what school your major is a part of? View the Degrees & Programs page to find out.

Date School
January 29, 2020 Crowell School of Business
February 5, 2020 Cook School of Intercultural Studies and
School of Humanities and Social Sciences
February 12, 2020 School of Fine Arts and Communication and
School of Cinema and Media Arts
February 19, 2020 Talbot School of Theology and
Rosemead School of Psychology
February 26, 2020 School of Science, Technology and Health
March 4, 2020 School of Education
March 11, 2020 All Majors/Undeclared
March 25, 2020 Crowell School of Business
April 1, 2020 Cook School of Intercultural Studies and
School of Humanities and Social Sciences
April 8, 2020 School of Fine Arts and Communication and
School of Cinema and Media Arts
April 15, 2020 Talbot School of Theology and
Rosemead School of Psychology
April 22, 2020 School of Science, Technology and Health
April 29, 2020 School of Education
May 6, 2020 All Majors/Undeclared

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Individual Appointments

Study Abroad Advising

Advising appointments are for students who have explored study abroad are ready to take the next step. Meet with a study abroad advisor for questions on course selection, application help, or other questions in regards to preparing for a semester away. Advising Appointments are not required to start an application.

Study Abroad Participant Advising

Participant advising is for students who have been accepted into a study abroad program, students needing to complete Biola Student Exchange interviews, and students visiting Biola through the Biola Student Exchange program. This can include help with passport assistance, preparing for departure, and more.

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