Spring Preview Day is a two-day event where students and parents have the chance to explore different parts of the Biola community. You'll spend time checking out classes, meeting and chatting with students and faculty, worshiping at a weekly praise chapel, and touring the campus. Students are also invited to spend the night in a residence hall so they can experience dorm life firsthand.
The event also includes Admissions and Financial Aid sessions where you can get your questions answered.
The cost of Spring Preview Day is $25 per student and $20 per parent. If you have any questions, please contact our office at (562) 944-0351 x5353.
Spring Preview Day is our biggest event of the spring semester. Generally we welcome around 300 to 400 total attendees, students and parents. Because of the large number of guests on campus, it is difficult to for us to accommodate specific requests at this event. We will do everything we can to meet your needs, however, if you are looking for a more personalized experience, feel free to schedule an individual visit on another day.
Students are invited to stay on campus and get the real college experience in one of Biola's residence halls. Students who have friends that are also attending the event can indicate this on the registration page. Students who would like to stay with a current Biola student that they know need to make these arrangements on their own. Please contact the Biola student and work out the details with them before University Day weekend.
Parents and any additional guests are encouraged to stay at one of several local hotels, some of which offer a special rate for Biola visitors.
To schedule a vocal or instrumental audition, please contact the Music Office at (562) 903-4892. Auditions are for junior, senior, or transfer students who wish to major or minor in music or are interested in being part of a Biola ensemble.
If you are interested in intercollegiate athletics, please visit our Biola Athletics Website. On the left hand side of the page there is a link that says recruiting. Here, you can fill out a recruiting form that will be delivered to the head coach of your sport, as well as find contact information.
The Torrey Honors Institute is Biola University's nationally recognized classical literature and honors program.
The Torrey Honors Tea & Info Session is an event specifically for prospective students who have connected with, and made prior reservations, with the Torrey Honors Institute. For more information, and to reserve your space at the tea, please visit the Torrey Tea event page. Registration for the Torrey Tea is separate from the general Spring Preview Day registration.
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