International Transfer Evaluations
College credit for coursework completed at non-U.S. institutions may be accepted in transfer toward degree programs at George Fox University. However, all such coursework must be evaluated by one of our approved evaluation agencies. To do so, applicants must submit official college/university transcripts for each institution attended, in both native language and English translation, along with copies of any certificates or diplomas awarded.
Transfer credit will be considered for each course for which a student has received a grade of "C-" or better for undergraduate courses or "B-" or better for graduate courses (individual programs may have specific standards for transfer work as specified in the university catalog). Submission of course descriptions at the time of application is highly encouraged so we can begin the evaluation process as quickly as possible. Please note, though, that not all international course credits are eligible for transfer and some courses may not apply toward degree programs at George Fox.
Partner Education Agreements
George Fox University maintains education transfer agreements with some international partner schools. Students transferring from partner schools are not required to submit transcripts and credentials for evaluation to an approved evaluation agency. Instead, all materials should be sent directly to George Fox. The evaluation process requires submission of both an official transcript and approved course descriptions, each in both the native language and English translation.
Information on partner institutions is available here.