Newlin Hall

George Fox's newest four-story building, which opened in the fall of 2019, houses approximately 190 students, making it the largest living facility on campus. Its addition completes a residential quad of buildings with Brandt, Le Shana and Gulley halls. The 48,300-square-foot building is named in honor of the institution's first president, Thomas Newlin (1891-1900).

  • Completed in August of 2019
  • Upperclass residential hall (housing sophomore, junior and senior residents)
  • Four floors with 97 rooms, including triple, double, and single occupancy rooms
  • Each floor has a large lobby space, a laundry facility, kitchenette, and a study lounge on each wing
  • Type – sophomores (different gender depending on floor)
  • Resident East


Offering the following amenities:

  • Natural light with floor-to-ceiling windows
  • Breathtaking views
  • Single bathrooms and floor bathrooms
  • Living room dens
  • Large lobbies
  • Kitchens on every floor
  • Large community kitchen
  • Dedicated secure allergy-safe cupboards
  • Luxury soft furniture throughout
  • Large study classroom
  • Custom fireplace
  • Laundry rooms on every floor
  • Mid-century modern architecture