Transferring colleges isn’t always a breeze. At Biola University, we hope to make the process as seamless as possible. Come to our campus and experience Biola for yourself while learning more about the transfer process.
Join us at an Admissions Reception in a city near you, where you can connect with other local students and families considering Biola for the 2017/18 year.
Join Biola University’s Admissions team for Biola Connect! Tour campus, learn the ins and outs of the admission process from counselors, and meet other prospective students and their families over lunch. Come see if the Biola community and experience is the right fit for you!
Have you discovered Biola University yet? Come visit our campus to learn what we are about and what a premier Christian education in Southern California looks like.
The Biola Conservatory of Music has prepared a day with exclusive opportunities for you to audition (or schedule a mini-lesson), visit classes, tour the campus, visit chapel, have your questions addressed by an Admissions Counselor and enjoy a delicious catered meal.
University Day is a two-day event where students and parents have the chance to explore different parts of the Biola community.
Do you want to visit Biola, but live out of state or in zip codes 94000-96199? Biola Bound may be the perfect visit opportunity for you! Come for a great weekend, explore what Biola has to offer, and have some fun in Southern California.
Spring Preview Day is another two-day event for you to experience Biola. Attend classes, worship in chapel, meet faculty and current students, eat in the cafeteria and spend the night in a residence hall, all at Spring Preview Day.
Admitted Sudent Day is a day for students who have submitted their application and been accepted to Biola to get their final questions answered and spend some time experiencing the Biola community firsthand.
The Multi-Ethnic Outreach team desires this to be a time for you to feel welcomed and embraced by the Biola community. Attendees will have the opportunity to tour campus and residence halls, as well as interact with current students and faculty.
This experience is different from any other visit event you may have attended at Biola because it’s specifically for high school juniors and you’ll be able to attend Mock Rock with our current students.