Support and Services


You can print over the wireless network to several locations using the PaperCut service. When wireless printing, you do not have control over print settings. You add your document and it prints single-sided, all pages.


  1. Log in to with your MyGeorgeFox username/password
  2. Select “Web Print” from the menu on the left
  3. Select “Submit a Job”
  4. Select the printer closest to your location taking care to select color or B/W. Note that there are locations at the Newberg, Portland, and Medical Sciences Building locations.
  5. Click the “Print Options and Account Selection” button
  6. Enter the number of copies you want
  7. Click the “Upload Documents” button
  8. Drag the file you want to print or locate it by clicking “Upload from Computer”
  9. Click the “Upload & Complete” button
  10. Pick up your document on the selected copier

Wireless Printing Locations

  • Murdock Library
  • Medical Science Building
  • Portland Center

Information on how faculty and staff can connect to printers is available on the Data Wiki:

George Fox login required for access to Data Wiki

Office 365

Microsoft Office 365 allows access to Microsoft Office applications like Word and Excel, and is provided to all students. To download Office 365:

  1. Go to and sign into your George Fox Single Sign On (SSO) account
  2. Click on “Microsoft Office 365 Office Portal” 
  3. Microsoft 365 will open in a new window or tab 
  4. In the upper right, click on “Install apps” and then follow the prompts from there

Note: If you are not registered for a class, you will no longer be able to access your student version of Office 365. For this reason, we recommend always saving your documents to your personal device.


All official George Fox electronic correspondence will be sent to your George Fox Google Email account.

If you are graduating or leaving the university you will want to transfer or download your files from Google Drive using Google Takeout, which is used to copy everything from one Google Drive and Gmail account to move to another service or save on your own system. learn more - Google Accounts for Alumni

Classroom Technology

George Fox University strives to make teaching as smooth as possible. Our media-enabled classrooms are a step in that direction. There are many media-enabled classrooms on the Newberg campus, and all classrooms on the Portland Center campus are equipped with LCD projectors.

Equipment Reservations

Employees may reserve equipment through CheqRoom for use in classrooms and meetings. Instructions can be found on the Data Wiki: CheqRoom: How to Reserve Equipment. All reservations are customer pick-up and customer return. 

Students may check out equipment at the Newberg library circulation desk. 

For further assistance with an equipment reservation, please contact the IT Service Desk.

Computer Requirements

See hardware and software requirements to make sure you’re able to navigate digital systems. Some programs may also have specific technology requirements.

George Fox Mobile

The mobile app allows students to check grades, see menus at Canyon Commons, get discounts at local businesses, and more.

Other Technology Services

Media Production Services

Media Production Services (MPS) provides assistance with access to audio, video equipment and services for events on campus.

Digital Learning

Digital Learning creatively supports faculty and students in their journey as agile professionals and scholars to:

  • Create and practice in learning community-focused environments
  • Integrate assessment practices that inspire student and faculty creativity and new pathways for learning
  • Elegantly teach, learn and research across ever-changing platforms and spaces
  • Identify trends and discern enduring components in the future of higher education

Data Wiki

George Fox employee login is required for access

Essentially a Wikipedia for the university, this is where you turn to get a comprehensive overview of university terms, facts and policies.