Family Weekend | November 6–8
Students will share the spirit of campus life with their families during a full weekend of events, including musical and theatrical performances, faculty lectures, a festive fall lunch, ’50s-style bingo to raise funds for the Student Emergency Fund, and worship with the George Fox community Sunday morning.
For more information or to register, contact Amy Lorenz at 503-554-2134 or visit familyweekend.georgefox.edu.
Homecoming | February 5–6, 2010
Wear your school colors proudly when you return to campus Feb. 5–6 for Homecoming 2010: Designed to Serve! This is a great opportunity for all alumni to visit George Fox and reconnect with old friends. To capture our theme, special affinity reunions will be held for May Serve and engineering alumni. Reunion events also are scheduled for the classes of 1950, 1970, 1980, 1985, 1990 and 2000. Regardless of when and what you studied, we hope you will come home to your alma mater and join in this year’s exciting homecoming festivities!
For more information, contact Alumni Relations at 503-554-2131 or visit homecoming.georgefox.edu.
Kaleo | February 20, 2010
When Kids Hurt
With Chap Clark and Steve Sherwood
Chap and Steve will help us know how to respond to kids who have been abandoned by the church’s program-driven culture and provide practical solutions for dealing with prolonged adolescence – a phenomenon that impacts youth and youth leaders.
Kaleo (“called”) is for people who minister to youth – pastors, parents, teachers, mentors and friends – who are called to be challenged to think and live differently for the sake of Christ and the youth they love and lead. kaleo.georgefox.edu
Changes to Alumni Course Audit Benefit
Starting in summer 2009, the tuition-free course-auditing benefit for alumni has undergone a few changes. The program continues to provide graduated George Fox alumni the opportunity to investigate courses of interest and to continue their lifelong learning at their alma mater. However, the program’s administrative fee has increased to $50 per credit, the first fee increase in 11 years. As part of this change, there is no longer a limit to the number of classes that can be audited in a given year. Questions? Write to email@example.com or call 503-554-2131.