training and Christian character development. Through personal interviews and counseling services established within the Christian Service Department, students are given opportunity to apply the truths and principles taught in their classes. At present our students serve in approximately 300 churches in Southern California. Other opportunities are provided in Gospel Teams, Church Music, Youth Directorships, Juvenile Hall, Hospitals, Street Meetings, Released Time Classes, and Child Evan­ gelism Classes, etc. While enrolled at Biola the student is given the privilege of expressing his preferences in Christian Service; and, together with the full-time director of the department and his assistants, he is encouraged to accept the oppor­ tunity of service which best suits his desires and his abilities. Each student in Biola College is expected to devote a minimum of three hours and a maximum of six hours each week in his assigned area of work for which he receives one unit of non-academic credit each semester. DISCIPLINE Biola College is dedicated to the training of young people who are sin­ cere and earnest in their desire to live for Jesus Christ. Since this is true, students are expected to give evidence of conduct consistent with such a profession. At the time of admission, each student enters into an agreement with the College to be responsible for certain details of activity and conduct. In­ fringements are recorded by reminders in writing, and any student who accumulates a sufficient number of reminders is asked to meet with the · Student Court or Student Personnel and Guidance Committee for counsel and help. Students whose attitudes prove to be uncooperative are asked to withdraw from school.


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