Congratulations to the Biola Class of 2022! As a new graduate of Biola University, Information Technologies would like to make sure you are aware of the following items.

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Keep Your Contact Information Up To Date

Keeping your contact information up to date with Biola is very important, especially your personal email. This information is key if you want to access any Biola services in the future such as transcripts, information for taxes, the BiolaHub, or Library alumni benefits.

Please follow these steps to update your contact information on Biola's database:

  1. Go to
  2. Log in with your NetID and password.
  3. Click on the Personal Information tab.
  4. Click Edit on any sections that you need to update, such as your personal email address.
  5. Click Update.

Biola Alumni Email and Drive: 1 Year

As a recent graduate of Biola University, you get to keep your Biola Google account for 1 year before it is deactivated. We encourage you to use one of the following two options to retain your data past a year:

Option 1: Transfer Your Data to a Personal Google Account

Before you begin

  1. To ensure a clean transfer, go to in a private browser window and sign in with your Biola Google account.
  2. Click on Start Transfer.
  3. Enter your personal Google account email address, then click Send Code.
  4. Retrieve the code from your personal Google account in a non-private window.
  5. Enter your verification code and click Verify.
  6. Select the content to transfer and select Start Transfer.
  7. Verify your identity with the username and password for your Biola account.

For detailed instructions with screenshots, view our documentation here: Transfer Your Data to a Personal Google Account

Option 2: Download Your Data

  1. Log in to with your Biola email account.
  2. Select the services for which you want to download data.
  3. Select the file type and size you would like to use for your download.

    Note: Biola recommends 2GB .zip files for most cases.

  4. Click download.

For detailed instructions with screenshots, view Google's documentation here: How to download your Google data

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