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On Friday, Oct. 14, 2011, Biola dedicated the new Talbot School of Theology building with an official ceremony followed by tours of the new facility.
During the dedication, Biola president Barry H. Corey announced that the $18.2 million building has been fully funded, with much of the funding being donated during the past 18 months. “This is a tremendous milestone in the history of Biola University, especially in light of the fact that God provided the funds for this building in the midst of the economic uncertainty our nation has experienced over the last four years,” said Corey.
With 30,617 square feet of space, 34 offices, eight classrooms, two conference rooms, one prayer room, and one large multipurpose room, the four-story building will be home to Biola’s Talbot School of Theology as well as open classroom and conference room space for other departments on campus.