Support Services

Sexual assault and sexual misconduct disrupt a student’s access to educational programs and activities. George Fox University is committed to restoring access through a timely and fair grievance process and through providing appropriate supportive measures and support services.

Support Services vs. Supportive Measures

Title IX defines supportive measures as individualized services reasonably available that are nonpunitive, non-disciplinary, and not unreasonably burdensome to the other party while designed to ensure equal educational access, protect the safety, or deter sexual harassment. When a complainant makes a report to the Title IX Coordinator, the Title IX Coordinator will assess the individual situation and coordinate the appropriate supportive measures for both the complainant and respondent.

Support Services are other avenues available both on and off-campus that provide support to students who have experienced sexual misconduct regardless of whether they choose to make a report.

Confidential Support

The following departments and individual employees provide confidential on-campus support and assistance for all complainants and respondents of sexual assault regardless of whether a formal report has been made:

University Health & Counseling Center - Newberg Campus

Physical location: Woodward House (River St.)
Phone: 503-554-2340
Hours: 8am – 5pm, M-F

Spiritual Life - Newberg Campus

Physical location: Barclay House (across from Canyon Commons and LeShana Hall)
Phone: 503-554-2320
Hours: 8am – 5pm, M-F
Contact Person: Jamie Noling-Auth, University Pastor and Dean for Spiritual Life, Inclusion and Leadership (

Campus Advocate

Physical Location: Moore House (Intercultural Resource Center; across from the Pennington parking lot)
Email: campusadvocate@georgefox
Phone: 503-554-2324
Hours: 9:30am-3:30pm M,Th | 10:30am-3:30pm F

Other Campus Resources

The following departments and individual employees are prepared to journey with the student to provide a variety of support services.

Title IX Role  Name | Position  Office Location Phone | E-mail
Lead Title IX Coordinator: Employees Nichole Drew, Executive Director of Human Resources Human Resources

503-554-2182 |

Lead Title IX Coordinator: Students Katrina Johnson, Dean of Student Belonging and Equity Intercultural Resource Center

503-554-2318 |

Deputy Coordinator Jennie Harrop, Department Chair (George Fox Connect) Portland Center

503-554-6024 |

Deputy Coordinator Brad Lau, Vice President of Student Life Hadlock Student Center

503-554-2312 |

Deputy Coordinator Mark Pothoff, Dean of Students Hadlock Student Center

503-554-2313 |

Deputy Coordinator Elise Trask, Associate Director of Athletics Wheeler Sports Center

503-554-2934 |

Lead Investigator Dave Johnstone, Associate Dean of Students/Director of Commuter Life Hadlock Student Center

503-554-2315 |

Disability Services Office (academic accommodations) - Newberg Campus

Physical location: Lemmons Center
Phone: 503-554-2314

Off-campus Resources


Yamhill County Crime Victim Services

Phone: 503-434-7510, 503-434-4616 (Evenings & weekends)
Hours: 8am – 5pm, M-F

Henderson House

Phone: 503-472-1503 (24-hour)


Center for Victims' Services of Washington County: 503-846-8671 (daily from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.) or  online


Marion County Victim Assistance Division:  503-588-5253 (8:30 a.m. - 5 p.m., Monday through Friday) or  online


Deschutes County Victim Assistance Division:  541-388-6525 (8 a.m. - 5 p.m., Monday through Friday) or  online


Multnomah County’s “Call to Safety” Hotline: 888-235-5333
National Sexual Assault Hotline: 800-656-HOPE(4673)

Emergency Reporting

Students who have been sexually assaulted or are in immediate danger should contact:


Newberg-Dundee Police Department: 911
GFU Campus Public Safety: 503-554-2090 

Portland, Salem, & Redmond

Local Police Department: 911