This is Joy.

This is Joy.

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There is joy

in thriving, in failing, in resting, in working, in faith, in doubt.

There is joy in connection, in being known.
There is joy in challenge, in standing tall.

This is joy. Rejoice.

Oregon’s Nationally Recognized Christian University

George Fox University

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Be Known

At George Fox, each student will be known –
personally, academically and spiritually.

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To Be Known

It’s the hope each student brings to the college experience. To be known by name. To be understood, valued, and encouraged.

At George Fox, to be known means that professors and staff connect with students in authentic ways – personally, academically, spiritually – recognizing that we all come to this place with different backgrounds, life experiences and dreams for the future. To be known means that students not only learn new ideas, they share their own. To be known means to be heard.

When students feel what it’s like to be known in this way, they become inspired. And that’s when real change happens. Knowledge moves from the mind to the heart. Careers turn into callings. Faith turns into action. And that’s why we begin with a simple promise, that each student will be known.

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One of America’s Top Christian Colleges

Change the world with an education recognized nationally by U.S. News & World Report

Discover the joy of accomplishment in one of our more than 60 undergraduate academic programs

Test your resilience and resolve as an adult degree, seminary, masters or doctoral student

Embrace a community of over 4,000 fellow students at three Oregon sites

Engage our culture as a change agent who reflects the love of Christ

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Hear Our Stories

Professor praying over his student

Here is Water

A professor and three students chose to answer God’s call, turning an engineering class into an impromptu baptism.

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Computer science students with an autonomous robot

Grapes of Math

Computer science and engineering students are developing an autonomous robot that could drastically change the way vineyard owners predict their harvest.

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News & Events

dalton lecture

Dalton Lecture: 'Should We Trust Science'?

Feb. 23

Dr. Deborah Haarsma, president of Biologos, visits campus to share her personal story of science skepticism, which led her to a more robust faith and a career in astronomy.
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Spring Concert Schedule

January-April

Take in a concert – ranging from jazz to orchestra, symphonic band to chamber music – in our acoustically pleasing Bauman Auditorium. All events are free of charge!
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Rodney Sisco Symposium

March 13-15

Join us for a national conference that explores biblical theology, ministry praxis, and spiritual rhythms for engaging our world as influencers for God's kingdom.

Be Known.