Biola University

Biola University has more than 65 student bodies and organizations. The largest organizations are the Student Union Association and the Student Missionary Association.

At University of Biola, students gain professional skills, expand their social scope, and improve teamwork and management skills. The Student Council also mentors and sponsors our own on-campus Guidance and Management Club so everyone can become more creative and active. There are about 40 active clubs on campus.

Viola has four academic centers: Center for Christian Thought, Center for Christianity and Arts and Culture, Center for Marriage and Relations, and Center for Holy Spirit Ministry. Each center has a specific and unique purpose and purpose in accordance with the principles of the University.

The Freshman Academic International Awards are open to international undergraduate students in all fields of Biola University, USA.

Biola University offers grants of up to $20,000 to students wishing to continue their studies in the United States.

Biola University offers Bible-centered learning, intensive strategic advancement, and professional development in a unique learning community where all faculty, staff, and students are committed and professed believers.

Eligibility requirements: 

A student’s grades are determined by their high school GPA and their SAT or ACT scores.

applicants must have at least a 3.0 unweighted GPA in high school and a score of 26 on the New Model SAT Reading Test or 19 on the ACT to be eligible for admission.

Application Process:

Applicants must be admitted to the undergraduate program at the university in order to be enrolled in the program.

Proof required:

  • Application for Admission;
    High School Records;
    A copy of a valid passport.
    Language Requirements:

Students must meet the University English Language Proficiency Requirements.

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