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Although each of Biola's dorms has its own biome or climate, they all share one common goal: to enhance students' college experiences with an amazing community that not only teaches them how to have fun, but also provides a core group of friends to fall back on when the going gets rough. The dorms are split into two sections on campus: Upper Campus and Lower Campus. Emerson, Alpha East & West, and Sigma are in Upper Campus, while Lower Campus houses Hart, Stewart, and Hope. Some would argue that Upper Campus isn't all that far from classes, but because of the way that Biola's designed, most classrooms and school buildings are located closer to Lower Campus. For example, students living in Sigma would have to plan ahead of time if they wanted to get to class on time.
While each dorm is very distinct from one another, all of them stress having an ideal environment that students aren't upset to come home to or even upset to leave when the semesters come to an end. The community varies within each dorm, some having more than others, but for every dorm with less floor community, camaraderie within smaller groups living on the floors is very prevalent. Getting into dorms has been made much more stressful because of Biola's recent surge in population; freshmen are offered top picks whereas others are lucky to get their third choice, but Biola's working on expanding existing rooms to help everyone get what they want.
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