About the Library

History

The Biola Library has been a vital part of Biola since the founding of the Bible Institute of Los Angeles in 1908. Originally located in the main building at Sixth and Hope in downtown Los Angeles, the Library received its own building in the form of Rose Memorial Library on the La Mirada campus in 1959. As Biola grew over the decades, it became clear that a new building was needed. The current Biola University Library was dedicated and opened to the Biola community in the fall of 2001.


Mission Statement

Values

The Biola University Library is committed to outstanding SERVICE to our users, responsible STEWARDSHIP of our resources, and an enduring support of SCHOLARSHIP.

Mission

The mission of the Library is to provide access to knowledge and information to serve the research, teaching, and learning needs of the university community; facilitate the integration of on-campus and online curricula with relevant resources and robust library services; and support the university mission by fostering biblically centered scholarship.


Annual Reports and Library User Surveys

2014 - 2017

2014 - 2017 Biola Library Three-Year Review

2016 Library Services User Survey Report

2012 - 2013

Biola Library Annual Report 2012 - 2013

2011 - 2012

2011 - 2012 Biola Library Annual Report

2011 Library Services User Survey Report


Giving to the Library

The Biola Library welcomes financial support through monetary gifts to help us build, maintain and service our collections. Giving financially is the best and most cost effective means of supporting Biola Library. See Giving to the Library for more information.

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