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Tickets for Midyear Commencement are not required. Graduates are asked to limit guests to 10.
AssemblyGraduates assemble in the Wheeler Sports Center one hour prior to the commencement ceremony for instructions and to form lines. Graduates assemble at 10 a.m., and the ceremony begins at 11 a.m.
Parking for disabled persons is available in the lot of the Wheeler Sports Center and in the large lot east of the Wheeler Sports Center. Those unable to climb stairs may enter Miller Gymnasium through the north doors directly off Fulton Street. Call the Office of Academic Affairs (503-554-2140 or 800-765-4369, ext. 2140) or email email@example.com by Monday, Dec. 14, if any of your guests require special seating. Because of limited space, reservations may be made only for the disabled individual and a maximum of one additional guest.
Spanish and Mandarin Interpreting Services
Spanish and Mandarin interpreting services will be available at the commencement ceremony. Headsets are limited and available on a first-come, first-served basis beginning at 10 a.m. on Dec. 19 (one hour prior to commencement). If this service would be helpful to you or a family member, please stop by the information table in the Wheeler Sports Center's lower lobby. If you have questions, please contact the Office of Academic Affairs at 503-554-2141.
Parking for the commencement ceremony will be in the parking lots of Bauman Auditorium (A) and Le Shana Hall/Coffin Hall (B). Both residence halls are accessible from Fulton Street. Campus Map/Parking
Fresh flowers will be available for purchase in the lower lobby of the Wheeler Sports Center. Proceeds go to missions.
Graduation Announcements, Commencement Photos and DVDs
Information on how to order graduation announcements, commencement photos, and DVDs may be found here.
Commencement can be viewed live at this link 15 minutes prior to the start of the ceremony. This service is available on your desktop computer or mobile device.
George Fox alumnus Jeff Greene is a vice president and portfolio manager at First Republic Private Wealth Management. He has more than 10 years of experience in the wealth management business. Prior to joining First Republic, Greene was a financial advisor at Morgan Stanley Smith Barney, working primarily with individuals on investment strategies and retirement planning. Greene began his career as a financial advisor at Piper Jaffray, later acquired by UBS, where he also guided individuals with retirement planning and investment portfolios.
An active member of the nonprofit community, Greene currently sits on the board of directors for CASA of Multnomah, Washington, and Columbia counties, an organization that advocates on behalf of foster children. He graduated from George Fox University with a bachelor's degree in mathematics and lives in Beaverton with his wife of 12 years, Kristen, and four children: Tigist (11), Mihiretu (8), Kayliana (5), and Malaki (2).