Multi-Ethnic Clubs

Several clubs exist to develop and promote diversity at Biola, as well as to provide additional community for students of color. While all students are welcome to participate, these clubs are generally intended to support and honor members of a particular ethnic or cultural group.

If you see a club that appeals to you, get ready to get involved! If you don't see a group that matches your interests, you can think about establishing one.

Multi-Ethnic Clubs

  • Black Student Association (BSA)
    The purpose of the Black Student Association is to provide a safe and welcoming community for black students at Biola University. The primary goal of this club is create a holistic environment where students can develop spiritually, academically, culturally, professionally and socially.
  • Biola Ethnic Advancement Team (BEAT) — The BEAT is a volunteer program established to provide current Biola students with an opportunity to remain connected and serve in their respective community. The mission of the BEAT is to engage and build bridges with the surrounding Hispanic / Latino and African American communities and develop college students and volunteer leaders.
  • Gospel Choir — Having just celebrated their 20-year anniversary, the Gospel Choir continues to promote a worship experience for all students through the African American tradition of Gospel music. The choir performs in Biola chapels and local churches, and hosts the annual Gospel Fest in the spring.
  • Koinonia Campus Missions — Koinonia Campus Missions is a community of Biola Asian Americans who are brought together by fellowship through both fun activities and just worshiping as one body.
  • Maharlika — Maharlika provides a gathering for Filipino students, as well as those interested in learning and engaging in fellowship with Filipino culture. Maharlika is Tagalog for royalty; the group seeks to glorify God through activities and cultural programming.
  • Unidos — Unidos seeks to unite people of Hispanic / Latino background and culture and to share that culture with Biola. Throughout the year, Unidos engages in fellowship, socio-cultural education, and community outreach to the inner-city.