I'm excited to hear of your interest in the community of Biola University. You can find answers to most of your questions on our International Student Admissions page. I look forward to working with you throughout your college search process.
Addis Ababa, Ethiopia
Communications, Biola Univeristy
I enjoy reading, traveling, listening to international jazz, watching foreign movies, and trying random cuisines.
Word or Phrase that Describes Me
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What advice would you give to your incoming students?
Just as written in Jer. 29:11, trust that God cares for your future, and be open to be challenged and changed to that end.
What do you love about Biola?
I love the fact that excellence in service is at the heart of everything that Biola stands for. And within this framework, I am thankful that a global worldview is what the mission statement reflects. We have students from all parts of the world (internationals, M.K.s, and Third Culture Kids) and they enrich our campus with a relevant cultural perspective that is part of the learning process for all.
What is your favorite place on campus? Why?
The Rose of Sharon Prayer Chapel is my favorite place on campus. Many of my prayers and praises have taken place there.
Where can I find more information about the International Student Admissions process?
Juniors in high school!! Do you want a taste of the college experience? Join us at Biola University on one of our many available dates for a Junior Session. You will have the opportunity to go to chapel, attend a Junior (information) Session given by one of our Admissions Counselors, tour the campus, eat lunch in the cafeteria (on us!), and attend a class in the afternoon (optional).
If Spanish is the primary language spoken in your home, this visit opportunity might be helpful! We welcome you and your family to our campus to learn more about our school through a guided Spanish tour and to enjoy a meal in our cafeteria.
Biola University will be in a city near you holding receptions for applicants of Biola University and their families. This is a free opportunity to hear from an admissions counselor, an alumnus, as well as connect with other local students and families considering Biola for Fall 2013!