Assistance & Intervention
The information below is provided to help connect you with the assistance you need to meet the needs of a distressed student. All of these resources are available to you and to students during regular business hours unless otherwise noted.
If you believe you need more immediate assistance please click here for the Safety and Security section of this website.
BCC provides consultation for faculty, staff and students regarding student mental health concerns or crisis situations impacting a student community. BCC provides a range of services including counseling, psychiatric evaluation, consultation, and outreach program delivery. Some common reasons why individuals seek BCC consultation are the impact of a student death on a group of people, questions about a student that shows signs of mental illness, concerns about a student in the midst of a personal crisis, and mental health support during a local or national crisis.
The Biola Health Center provides an access point for medical concerns ranging from allergies to major health related crises.
Provides pastoral counseling and resources, guiding students in Christ-centered prayer, reflection, confession, praise, and meditation on scripture.
The Residence Director (RD)-on-Call is a professional staff member who lives and works in the residence halls. There is an RD-on-Call every day after business hours, and on all weekends and holidays, and is available by contacting the University Operator at extension 0 (zero) and asking that the RD-on-call be contacted. You should receive a call back within 10 minutes. The RD-on-Call works closely with the Student Care Team.
Campus Safety can play an important role in connecting a student to emergency resources. Additionally, they can help with crime prevention in your area or provide you with a method to report criminal or suspicious activity. Their business phone is 562-903-4877 (on campus, x4877); emergency contact is x5111.