Cook School of Intercultural Studies is part of Biola University, which means that students benefit from the resources of the larger university. Cook students join a vibrant Christian community, providing opportunities for fellowship, worship, and extracurricular activities.
Auxiliary Services serves Biola University through Aquatics, the Biola Bookstore, Conference Services, Dining Services, the Duplicating Center, Biola Health Services, Residential Facilities and the Fitness Center.
The Biola Counseling Center provides services such as couples therapy, pre-marital, marriage and family counseling, and assessment/evaluations for learning disabilities. Staff counselors are trained to advance and apply a biblically and psychologically integrated understanding of human nature to reconcile individuals with God, themselves, and others. Services are available to all students.
Located on the campus of Biola University, the Biola Bookstore supplies the academic community with textbooks, books, clothing, music, and supplies. The Biola Bookstore provides goods and services at the lowest possible prices.
The Department of Campus Safety provides extensive campus patrolling and educational programs to ensure a safe and secure environment at Biola. These proactive measures promote community involvement in the protection of facilities and the people who visit, reside, study or work at Biola.
Career Development provides services to educate, prepare, and empower the Biola community with career development and placement.
Computer Support, located in the Metzger Administration building, is the primary source for computer services at Biola University. Computer Support operates the service center, the help desk, and the phone and email support system(s) for Biola and the surrounding community.
Dining Services at the Biola University are provided by Bon Appétit, the premier name in university dining. Menus are created by the Bon Appétit Executive Chef with an emphasis on taste and quality using only the freshest ingredients.
University Employment is dedicated to contributing to a staff environment of professional competence and integrity through the search and selection process of qualified applicants in the context of Christian faith and values. Prospective and existing employees must affirm that their personal theological beliefs are in agreement with the Biola Doctrinal Statement.
All enrolled students, regardless of insurance status, are eligible for Health Center services. Enrollment in student insurance (Combined Insurance Company of America) does not have any relation to the utilization of on-campus health services.