Biola University Dorms
Living at Biola University defines the experience. Biola University dorms serve as a centerpiece in the on-campus social scene, and they are where you will form deep friendships and create lasting memories. But housing at Biola University can be overwhelming - there are so many dorms to evaluate, how could you know which one is best? You can live on campus, or you can live in and around Los Angeles. Finding the right Biola University housing option for you can make or break a year at Biola University. That’s why our videos go deep into as many dorm options as possible at Biola University. We take you into singles, doubles, different dorms and residence halls, and even record student interviews about their favorite parts of living at Biola University.
What are the dorms like at Biola University?
You’ll have to watch the CampusReel videos to see for sure. However, Biola University dorms are similar to most college housing options. Most on-campus residence halls include singles, double, and suites. Floor plans vary from residence hall to residence hall. CampusReel hosts dorm tours of Biola University, and every one is different. As you’ll see, every dorm room is decorated in a unique and fun way - students are creative with their setups to make Biola University feel like home!
What are the dimensions of Biola University dorm rooms?
The Biola University dorms dimension depend on the residence hall. This information is usually contained in one of the dorm room tours of Biola University on CampusReel. Supposedly the average dorm room size in the U.S. is around 130 square feet, and Biola University likely has dorms bigger and smaller than this.
What are Biola University’s best housing options?
The best housing option at Biola University depends on your living preference. For example, many colleges provide living options for sober living, leadership opportunities, cultural preferences and more. The right dorm at Biola University for you depends on what you are looking for in your housing experience. Below is a list of all housing options at Biola University that CampusReel currently hosts content for:
- Student Union Bldg Dorm at Biola University
- Rose of Sharon Prayer Chapel Dorm at Biola University
- Sigma Hall Dorm at Biola University
- Alpha Hall Dorm at Biola University
- Hope Hall Dorm at Biola University
- Chase Gymnasium Dorm at Biola University
- Business Building Dorm at Biola University
- La Habra Dorm at Biola University
- Blackstone Hall Dorm at Biola University
- PIH Home Health Services Dorm at Biola University
- Metzger Lawn Dorm at Biola University
- Heritage Café Dorm at Biola University
- Hart Hall Dorm at Biola University
- Biola Library Dorm at Biola University
- Bardwell Hall Dorm at Biola University
- Sutherland Hall Dorm at Biola University
- Lansing Pool, Biola University Dorm at Biola University
- Horton Hall Dorm at Biola University
- Fluor Fountain Dorm at Biola University
- La Mirada Dorm at Biola University
How much do Biola University dorms cost?
The cost of Biola University dorms is $31,113 , but depends on a number of factors, such as financial aid, scholarships, and the housing option you select.
All Dorms Reviews
Biola University Alpha Hall
Biola University Hope Hall
Biola University Horton Hall
Right now I am sitting inside my door and I was going to film outside, but there was a lot of noise happening with gardening and stuff, so I figured, I'm just going to sit here and talk to you guys a little bit more about dorm life. Essentially, every floor on our campus has like a lounge. So in Hope Hall, the lounges are at the end of the hall, so there's all the rooms. At the very end, there's a lounge, but then in Horton, it's not like a closed off large. It's more like a lounge in the middle of the floor, those air called noble lounges. I find those really fun, but I just happen to live in a different building. So if you ever get a chance to check out the layout like there's like different layouts of each floor, her most buildings here you will have a community bathroom. The only exception is stored. They have, like a sweet style living so sweet sour living essentially is where there's one room with two roommates and another with another two roommates, and you guys were connected by a bathroom in the middle. That's kind of nice because your bathroom is right next to you. Other halls. You kind of have to walk down the hall. Or if you're right across from the bathroom on DH, you share it with a lot of people. There's probably like fifty to sixty people on every floor. Not all buildings have elevators, even though they are like multiple like stories. So hope has an elevator. Horton has an elevator and Blackstone with dorm life, you will essentially have just this big community, and the Ari's really try to make you acquainted with the people around you. And one of the ways they do that is by having a floor ritual. Every floor on Milos campus has a floor ritual. Whether that's on Tuesday nights, you go out to eat, or on Sunday nights you go grab a meal at the CAF like there is something that, like you are encouraged to do every week with your floor. Not everyone goes to them, but I would highly suggest them. They're so fun to just get to know the people around you, although most schools don't have it as a requirement, but people do it anyways. Here at Biola, you're technically required to live on campus in a hole until you're twenty years old. So another thing about Biola like Dorm Life is brother and sister floor. So since most there's only one building that isn't co ed, but they like partner with another building. But for hope Specifically, I live in Hope North and there's four floors. So with the four floors, the first fours, boys, the second floor's girls. And so they're brother and sister floor. So sometimes they'LL have activities together on DH. You get to hang out with the guys who lives below you, and then I live on fourth floor and there's guys who live on third, so we hang out together. Sometimes you don't have a CZ many brother sister for activities, but the ones you do have are kind of fun because you just get to know who's living like really close to you. So that's it for, like, dorm life. My next to you. I'm gonna give you guys some dorm tips that I've