Student Support Network
To identify and support students who are struggling academically, socially, or personally
What is the Student Support Network (SSN)?
The Student Support Network (SSN) is a small team of faculty, staff, and administrators representing a variety of departments who confidentially discuss appropriate and timely interventions for students in need of assistance or support.
To encourage students' persistence to graduation and their active pursuit of God's call on their lives
- By identifying and supporting students who are struggling academically, socially, or personally, or who may be considering withdrawing from George Fox
- By assigning an appropriate person to follow up with the student
- By pointing the student to available resources
Sending an Alert to the SSN
Parents and others without a George Fox login
If you are concerned about a student, please click on this link to access our Intervention Alert Form.
Student Emergency Fund
The purpose of the Student Emergency Fund is to provide compassionate assistance to students in emergency situations. It is intended to assist students during times of crisis by providing financial support where a clear need exists.
Because these funds are made available through the generosity of the family and friends of undergraduate students, they are intended to provide financial assistance for current George Fox University students only.
If you are planning to make a request for a student, please read the Student Emergency Fund Guidelines.
IMPORTANT: Please be sure to read the guidelines BEFORE submitting a request.
To submit a request, please use the Student Emergency Fund Request Form.
Textbook Assistance Fund
The purpose of the Textbook Assistance Fund is to provide assistance to undergraduate students who are unable to purchase required textbooks due to financial hardship. The fund is intended to assist students by providing financial support where a clear need exists.
If you have any questions about assisting students, please contact one of the people listed below: