Leadership & Service
Our Department of Spiritual Life works with students to equip them to:
• 1) nurture personal relationship and intimacy with God
• 2) live out faith in the body of believers
• 3) engage and impact the world through promoting evangelism, biblical justice, and service. A list of ministry opportunities is here.
Biola Student Clubs provide a great way for undergraduates to join the Eagle community and build relationships with fellow students over common interests and talents. There are currently 54 student-led Clubs working together to do everything from facilitating philosophical discussions to educating the community on Christian responsibility over the environment, choreographing hip-hop dances for performances throughout southern California, organizing sports tournaments, celebrating the beauty of the multi-ethnic community, and so much more!
There are dozens of appointed and elected positions, including AS President and Vice-President, who meet regularly with the University President and the Board of Trustees.
Every February the Residence Life team hires nearly 100 RAs; you could be just the person they need.
Student Orientation Service (SOS) is a diverse group of 50+ student leaders who are trained to help incoming freshmen and transfers navigate their way as they enter this new community. Share your experience (and even your mistakes) and help someone else.
Tutoring positions are available to undergraduate students who have earned a “B+” or better in all subjects they wish to tutor. We are also looking for students who are available 5-10 hours per week, who have excellent communication skills, are self-motivated, enjoy working with others, are willing to learn new skills and are responsible.
Have a desire to develop and maintain the traditions of Biola University? Help the Alumni Department build relationships with current students to increase alumni involvement after graduation.
Media and Arts
There are over a dozen different musical ensembles available for talented students, whether you're a music major or not.
Biola University is one of the most successful college speech squads in the nation.
The Point is an award-winning magazine written, designed and produced entirely by students, and aims to reach Biola students, faculty, alumni, and the neighboring communities.
Each year, Biola Radio has openings on its executive staff and on-air schedule. Applications to host a show or DJ shift are usually accepted through the end of September.
Begun in 1927, The Biolan yearbook has served the University student body and faculty nearly every year since. The Biolan is run by students and funded with student fees so that every student receives a yearbook at the end of the year. Contact email@example.com to find out how to get involved.
The Chimes is the student publication of Biola University, published weekly and updated online daily. Has an editorial staff of 12 and lots of writers, reporters, and photojournalists.
EagleVision is a student-run, daily television news broadcast from the Biola University Mass Communication department.
A publication of the Biola English Guild. For more information, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Guerilla Film Society exists as a common ground for young filmmakers who insist on pursuing excellence in the art and craft of filmmaking.