Partner with the Early College Program

George Fox is actively seeking partnerships with area high schools to join us in providing students with the opportunity to get a head start on their college education.

High schools can elect to offer dual-credit courses taught by their own instructors and sponsored by George Fox University faculty.

Following are the steps to take to make this a reality at your high school:

  1. A high school administrator submits a New Course Approval Form, along with appropriate documentation (including syllabi), to the Early College Program. A George Fox faculty liaison will then review the syllabi to determine curriculum alignment and rigor.
  2. Once approved, a high school instructor will fill out an Early College Instructor Intent Form that includes a resumé and copy of college/university transcripts. The Early College Program will work with the high school instructor to set up an adjunct faculty and discipline-specific training session.
  3. Once training has been completed, the high school instructor will be qualified to teach the course and will collaborate with the university’s discipline-specific faculty liaison throughout the year with assessments and any additional support the instructor might need.
  4. High school instructors will attend at least one professional development event per academic year led by a George Fox faculty liaison (virtually or in person), and the liaison will conduct faculty site visits for support and collaboration with the instructors.

George Fox University is a member of the National Alliance of Concurrent Enrollment Partnerships (NACEP).

Questions?

Metra Augustin

Metra Augustin, MS, BA

K-12 Initiative Director, George Fox Connect