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Welcome! We're glad you're considering enrolling at George Fox and joining our special community.

Chances are, when you go away to college you'll be leaving home for the first time and have plenty of questions about university life. No worries. Everything you need to know is available by checking out this site or contacting one of our admissions counselors. Whether you want to find out about our academic programs, athletics, campus life or the basics of our application requirements, we're here to help. We look forward to seeing you on campus!

If you're still considering options, here are a few tips that may help as you make one of the most important decisions of your life – choosing a college that will transform your life.

Visit Campus

Visit as many college campuses as you can. The campus visit is the single most influential factor in deciding where to attend college. If it feels right, it just might be. There are lots of ways to visit a college:

  • College campus previews
  • Individualized visit
  • Visit a friend
Schedule a Visit Online

Advanced Placement / College Credit

University credit may be granted in several subject areas to the student who completes a college-level course in high school and receives a qualifying score under the AP Program, sponsored by the College Entrance Examination Board. We also award credit for college courses taken during the high school years.

Running Start

Running Start programs in Washington and Hawaii allow juniors and seniors to attend college courses numbered 100 or above, while completing high school. Running Start students can complete a substantial number of their first two years of college credits early, and it is possible for a motivated student to earn both a high school diploma and a two-year college associate's degree simultaneously.

More about Running Start at George Fox University

Ask Questions

Take these questions with you as you visit different colleges.

  • What size should my classes be my freshman year? After my freshman year?
  • How much is the average financial aid package offer? How much of that average is covered by loans?
  • What are the average high school GPA and SAT scores for an incoming freshman?
  • Are there any rules or guidelines unique to your college?
  • Who should I call when I have more questions?

Keep Grades Up

Your cumulative GPA will help you earn academic scholarships. What you do now matters.

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