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Global Students: Housing Undergraduate Global Students Undergrad global students are provided with housing as part of the admissions process. Here is information about your options and cost differ...
Categories: Housing · Communities · Graduate Student Services
Departments: Global Student Programs and Development
Developing globally-minded leaders is one of the core functions of GSPD. We do this by intentionally involving global students in serving and equipping the Biola community, and by walking alongsid...
Categories: Getting Involved · Communities
Departments: Global Student Programs and Development
Global Students Resources GSPD, which is short for Global Students Programs and Development, is a department dedicated to seeing global students thriving in a more globally minded community. ...
Categories: Communities
Departments: Global Student Programs and Development
Employment There are two kinds of employment as follows: On-Campus Employment — 8 C.F.R. 214.2(9)(i) Off-campus employment — 8 CFR 214.2(f)(9)(ii) F-1 students who are maintaining status ...
Categories: Career & Employment · Communities
Departments: Office of the Registrar · Global Student Programs and Development
Scholarships & Financial Aid Internal Options Biola offers a number of financial aid opportunities for international students. View financial aid details for undergraduates ...
Categories: Communities · Financial Aid & Student Accounts
Departments: Global Student Programs and Development
Finding a Church as a Global Student The Spiritual Development department lists some churches close to Biola without necessarily endorsing them. Additionally, below are churches that have been ...
Categories: Spiritual Development · Communities
Departments: Global Student Programs and Development
Social Security Do I Need a Social Security Number (SSN)? These are NOT REQUIRED for international students, but you will most likely find it helpful. If you will be working at all — whether...
Categories: Communities
Departments: Global Student Programs and Development
Find a Bank There are many banks in the area to choose from. Check out this Google Map to see banks in La Mirada, or see the list below for banks extending beyond the La Mirada area. We recomme...
Categories: Communities
Departments: Global Student Programs and Development
Medical Issues *Report medical emergencies to Campus Safety: 5111 from any campus phone, or (562) 777-4000 from a cell phone. Biola Student Health Center All enrolled students, regardless...
Categories: Communities
Departments: Global Student Programs and Development
Driving in the U.S. It is always recommended that international students obtain a California Driver’s License if they plan to drive in the United States. A California Driver's License is also requ...
Categories: Communities
Departments: Global Student Programs and Development
SEVIS What is SEVIS? SEVIS is an internet-based system that provides tracking and monitoring functionality, with access to accurate and current information on nonimmigrant students such as F...
Categories: Communities
Departments: Office of the Registrar · Global Student Programs and Development
Optional Practical Training (OPT) Regulatory Citation: 8 CFR 214.2(f) (10) (ii) According to USCIS , “Optional Practical Training (OPT) is a temporary employment that is directly related to ...
Categories: Communities
Departments: Office of the Registrar · Global Student Programs and Development
Travel When it comes to travel, it would be appropriate for students to refer to what the Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) expects the F-1 students to follow. View ICE Requiremen...
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Departments: Office of the Registrar · Global Student Programs and Development
Maintaining F-1 Status Throughout Your Student Period in the U.S The F regulations are immediately effective upon your entry to the US until your final departure. To maintain lawful status, an ...
Categories: Communities
Departments: Office of the Registrar · Global Student Programs and Development
Off-Campus Programs offer a unique opportunity for junior and senior students to make the world their classroom. From the American Studies Program in Washington, DC, to the Uganda Studies Program ...
Categories: Academics
Departments: Department of History
The Modern Languages Department is pleased to offer the opportunity for students to study abroad through the Latin American Studies Program, a semester program of the Council for Christian College...
Categories: Academics
Departments: Department of Modern Languages
Admissions " The Entertainment Industry is a highly competitive, creative, and demanding business. At Biola's CMA film program, we look for students who possess a passion to master the cr...
Categories: Academics
Departments: School of Cinema and Media Arts
Thank you for your interest in applying for a student leadership position within the Department of Commuter Life. We love serving Biola's 1,400+ commuter community and are glad that you would like...
Categories: Getting Involved
Departments: Commuter Life
Interviewed by Glen Kinoshita Across the country today, the ministry of Dr. Brenda Salter McNeil is touching lives and challenging Christian institutions significantly. An ordained minister and pa...
Departments: Multi-Ethnic Programs & Development
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