Administrator License Program Admissions

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Admission Requirements

George Fox University
  • Bachelor's and Master's degrees from a regionally accredited institution
  • A minimum GPA of 3.0 for the most recent 60 semester (90 quarter) hours completed. An explanation must accompany your admission materials if your GPA is below the 3.0 mark.
  • Three years of licensed teaching experience
  • A completed application file as outlined below

Application Deadlines

  • Fall Start: July 1 Application Deadline*
  • Spring Start: November 1 Application Deadline*
  • Summer Start: April 1 Application Deadline*

* Applications may be reviewed after the deadline on a space-available basis. Please contact your admissions counselor for more information.

How to Apply

Apply Online:
Submit the Administrator License Program application online. A $40 nonrefundable fee is required to submit the application.

Note: Applications can be saved to be completed at a later time. Log in early to send reference forms and view the essay prompt.

First-Time Applicants

Create an Account

Returning Applicants

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Required TSPC/District Forms:

Submit completed and signed to

Submit a copy of your current teaching or administrative license (both if applicable) to
Official (Unopened) Transcript(s):
Order official transcripts from every regionally accredited college or university where you completed even a single course. Transcripts should be sent to the address below:

Office of Admissions
George Fox University
414 N Meridian Street #6089
Newberg, OR 97132

Once Your Application is Complete

Upon review of your complete application file, the Graduate Admissions Office will notify you of your admission status and provide you with next steps.

Contact Us

For more information about admission to the Administrative Licensure Programs, please contact:

Marc Shelton

, EdD

Professor of Education

Dean, College of Education


Kipp Wilfong

Kipp Wilfong

Admissions Counselor, Graduate Education Programs