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Graduate Admissions Readmit Application

If you are applying to readmit to the undergraduate program, please complete the Undergraduate Readmit Application.

Please allow up to 1 week for processing.

Name and Biola Student ID

Write 'unknown' if you do not know your ID number.

Enrollment Information

Graduate School*
At which campus will you be studying?*
Anticipated Semester of Return:*
(example: 2018)
Will you be attending summer session?*
School Name, and Dates Attended

Contact Information

Is it ok for Biola to text you?
Data and message rates may apply.
Date of Birth*
Has your citizenship changed since you last attended Biola University?*
Citizenship Status*
Has your marital status changed since you last attended Biola University?*
Marital Status:*
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Community Standards for Graduate Students

Biola reserves the right to dismiss a student who, in its judgment, does not conform either to the stated regulations governing student conduct or the expressed principles, policies, and programs of the University. I pledge myself to abide by the regulations of the administration and faculty; to protect the good name of the school; to preserve and protect the physical properties of the University; and to cooperate with all members of the University family in maintaining a spirit of Christian fellowship.

Biola University has a long recognized value in maintaining certain behavioral standards that contribute to the atmosphere on campus, foster fellowship with a wide range of Christians and, in many instances, assist in strengthening our Christian testimony to our community. In this light, Biola asks its students to be supportive of this standard. Please read the Community Standards for Graduate Students and indicate your intent to abide by these agreements.
Will you abide by these Community Standards while enrolled at Biola University?*
In submitting an application to become a student at Biola University a student must affirm the following seven core theological components of Biola's Articles of Faith:

Belief in the Trinity
Belief in the full diety and humanity of Christ
Belief in the spiritual lostness of the human race
Belief in the substitutionary atonement and bodily resurrection of Christ
Belief in salvation by faith in Christ alone
Believe in the physical return of Christ
Belief in the authority and inerrancy of Scripture
Do you affirm these seven core theological components?*

Each student must affirm that he or she has read the above document and desires to study in and be spiritually informed in an environment where these positions are embraced and taught.

Do you affirm this?*
Have you read the Articles of Faith and Statement of Biblical Principles?*
Are you in agreement with the views expressed herein?*

Communication Authorization

By submitting this application: (a) I authorize Biola University to contact me via phone, text, email and/or mail; (b) I acknowledge that if Biola University contacts me via text message, message and data rates may apply; and (c) I further acknowledge that I may opt-out of any of the preceding forms of communication at any time by contacting Biola University's Office of Admissions.

Annual Security Report

Biola is committed to assisting all members of its community in providing for their own safety and security. As per the Clery Act, you are entitled to Biola University’s Annual Security and Fire Safety Report, which is made available at

If you would like to receive a hard copy of this report, stop by the Campus Safety Office in the modular building adjacent to parking Lot ‘B’ at 13800 Biola Ave, La Mirada CA 90639 or request that copy be mailed to you by calling (562) 903-4877.

The Annual Security and Fire Safety Report contains information regarding campus security and personal safety including topics such as: crime prevention, fire safety, university police law enforcement authority, crime reporting policies, crime statistics for the three previous calendar years concerning reported crimes that occurred on campus and/or in the area, disciplinary procedures, and other matters of importance related to security and safety of campus.

This information is required by law and is provided by Biola University.