Your Biola ID number
Your Biola NetID
Pay your $300 enrollment deposit to secure your spot at Biola.
For detailed instructions on paying your Enrollment Deposit online, or for further tuition payments, please refer to the Payment Options menu below.
Once you deposit, all electronic communcation will come through your Biola email.
Follow these instructions to set up your Biola email account.
Biola email is powered by the Gmail email client which includes a variety of Google Apps to ease communication, electronic data sharing and calendar scheduling across our campus.
By completing your registration profile, you are taking an important step to becoming a Biola student. Accepted students who have submitted their enrollment deposit and registration profile by May 1 for fall semester, or January 1 for spring semester, will receive instructions for completing registration for their first semester courses through my.biola.
For more information on how to register for classes, and when you can start the class registration process, please visit Academic Advising.
At Biola University we offer a variety of down payment options.
Learn More on the Down Payment Page.
Complete and return these forms to finalize the process of becoming a Biola student.
The Biola Student Health Center asks that you submit the required health forms. You may email them directly to the Biola Health Center at email@example.com, please ensure to put your Biola ID number on all forms. Health forms are due by August 1 or you may bring original copies with you to student orientation. Note: Athletes must complete the athletic physical form instead of the regular health form.For more information you can contact the Student Health Center at 562-903-4841 Monday through Friday, 8am to 5pm.
Orientation for international students and US citizens living abroad will begin mid-August 2016 (dates TBA), but there is some flexibility to your arrival time. Click here for more information and to register.
International students and US citizens living abroad may begin moving into campus housing prior to traditional incoming students. For a list of activities and times The Office of the Registrar can provide help acclimating to college and choosing your class schedule, and the Global Student page on the Student Life website provides practical information about living in a new country, including banking information, getting a driver's license and even a listing of local churches.
Student Orientation Services (SOS) is a service provided by current student leaders to help all incoming students transition into college life, particularly life at Biola University! For a move-in schedule and list of student orientation activities and dates, visit the SOS website.
If you are a member of a Biola athletic team, please contact your coach regarding the date you are to report to campus. Athletes participating in a fall sport often need to arrive on campus prior to the official move-in date.
You may pay online through your my.biola account. To set up your my.biola account, follow the instructions below:
Once you have set up your account, log in to my.biola and follow these simple instructions to pay your deposit:
You will receive a receipt via your email account and notification when your enrollment deposit has been processed.
Please make checks or money orders payable to Biola University. Funds must be drawn in USD, and the student's legal name and Biola ID number must be given as reference so that the payment can be credited accordingly. If you are sending a check or money order from overseas, we encourage you to use a courier service that allows you to track its receipt. Mail can be sent to:
PLEASE DO NOT SEND CASH BY MAIL.
Please visit the Peer Transfer website for wiring methods.
If you are currently in the area, or will be traveling to visit Biola before you enroll, you can also make a payment in person at the admissions reception desk.
A student who is accepted and desires to attend Biola must notify the university by completing the steps listed on the What's Next page. In addition, international students are required to complete the following steps in order to receive an I-20 from Biola University:
International undergraduate students may qualify for the following scholarships. The requirements are listed under each category. Please note that Biola University does not offer full scholarships and all international students are expected to have sponsorship to meet most of their educational expenses. The scholarships offered are to supplement to overall cost in tuition, room and board, and miscellaneous expenses.