We work hard to make a Biola education affordable through new and increased scholarship offerings, student employment opportunities, and access to grants, loans and other resources that will help ensure that your investment in your future will pay off.
|Board (15 meal plan)||$4,698|
Investing in a Biola education includes tuition, room and board (housing and a meal plan), books and miscellaneous fees or expenses. All students under 20 years old, not living at home, are required to live in on-campus housing and have a meal plan.
|Freshman Academic Scholarship||$4,000-$18,000|
|Calculate your Academic Scholarship|
You qualify for:
|Transfer Heritage Academic Scholarship|
(based on college GPA for 15+ units; 2.5 minimum GPA)
|Alumni Dependent Scholarship||$1,000|
|Church Matching Scholarship||up to $1,300|
Below you'll find an overview of the Financial Aid process at Biola.
Already accepted to Biola? See our What's Next section for detailed steps on completing the Financial Aid process.
Questions? Contact the Financial Aid Office