Lyman Stewart, co-owner of the Union Oil Company of California, founded Biola University in 1908 as the Bible Institute Of Los Angeles. Biola is classified as a private, Christian liberal arts university. Biola University's main campus in La Miranda, California is home to over 6,000 students perusing undergraduate and graduate degrees. Biola maintains satellite campuses in other parts of southern California including Chino Hills, Inglewood, San Diego, and Laguna Hills.
Total Enrollment: 6,087
Institution Size: 5,000 - 9,999
Campus Setting: Suburban
Religious Affiliation: Undenominational
Highest Degree Offered: Doctoral and first-professional
School Calendar Type: Four-one-four Plan
Total Undergrad Enrollment: 4,092
Total Grad Enrollment: 1,995
High School GPA
Incredible community, great residence life (dorm and hall activities and trips), caring professors, spiritually challenging environment, Southern Ca location (near beach, mountains, city - anything...
expensive tuition ( but they do offer tons of scholorship opportunities which significantly reduce tuition)
The diversity of people and the family life together
The worst thing is that sometimes there will be nothing to do
The best thing about this school is how much you feel like a family when you are there.
The worst thing about this school is that sometimes because people live close to the school they go home during the weekends
Biola University received a grant for their Center of Christian Thought.
Every student at this school needs it helps to have a car because there's so much to do off-campus in La and Orange County.
Another awesome thing is awesome chapel speakers, great campus life