Newberg, OR
George Fox University


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Erika
What is your overall opinion of this school?

It's an amazing school that allows students to focus on their goals and they help you achieve them. The professors are always...

What is your overall opinion of this school?

It's an amazing school that allows students to focus on their goals and they help you achieve them. The professors are always available to speak to weather it be by phone, email, Skype or in person. The culture of the university is one of friendship and community building, you feel like everyone has your back and is supporting you one hundred percent.

Bridget
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George Fox has been an amazing place to learn and grow. For me it has greatly helped in developing and strengthening skills ...

What is your overall opinion of this school?

George Fox has been an amazing place to learn and grow. For me it has greatly helped in developing and strengthening skills within my desired career of film and deepening my passion for the field of animated cinema creations. GFU is an amazing university where you will find instructors who go the extra mile. They encourage, help and make learning a fun activity. The staff live by their belief and through their example seek out ways to help guide others in developing a relationship with God.

Emma
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George Fox University is an amazing school. With a small, tight-knit community, I definitely feel at home here, and feel as t...

What is your overall opinion of this school?

George Fox University is an amazing school. With a small, tight-knit community, I definitely feel at home here, and feel as though I have formed my own college "family". The academics are excellent as well – I have learned so much within my own major, as well as about my peers and myself, how I learn best, how to deal with obstacles and issues, et cetera. George Fox is an amazing school, and I feel truly blessed to be able to attend.

Joelle
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George Fox University is a money hungry institution. I was never treated as a student but as a number there. They tie religio...

What is your overall opinion of this school?

George Fox University is a money hungry institution. I was never treated as a student but as a number there. They tie religion in with their own personal agendas which offends me greatly. They will fine you for the smallest infractions. I couldn't attend the mandated chapel events due to being in the hospital and they would not excuse it. There is a large segment of the community that are underground druggies and drinkers. Some majors are provided with good, high end equipment while others only receive the bare minimum. I graduated from here and would never recommend a student to attend George Fox. There are much better institutions that are lower in price.

Ameena
What is your overall opinion of this school?

There are three things that I would advise my high school self to be aware of during college and when making the transition i...

What is your overall opinion of this school?

There are three things that I would advise my high school self to be aware of during college and when making the transition into life afterwards. Here is what I would tell my younger self. First, race and gender will challenge you. Since birth you have faced the sad reality that is true for a majority of your people. Black women are stereotypically viewed as ignorant, adolescent mothers, raised in absent father homes. You are seen as incapable of utilizing proper English, and are looked down upon when you excel in the “white man's’” world. College will be no different. In every classroom you will be one of a few if not the only one of your kind. The exterior will cause confusion among students and staff who will see you in one way and look at you in shock when you tell them of your dual degree in Studio Art and Global Business. Questions will be raised from the texture of your hair or the use of Ebonics, but don’t become frustrated or lose heart. A bond, as strong as a sisterhood, will be formed among a group of women who look just like you and it will last for a lifetime. Second, learn to take risks. Life will turn upside down with decisions that you will have to make about people, desires, and interests. Always remember that you are more than any label people assign you, and if you have the opportunity to explore the world, impact lives, form new relationships or discover a new part of yourself, do it. Don’t allow yourself to be stuck inside of a box, because there is more depth to you than you currently know. Take risks in relationships, always having the understanding that some will die and others will carry on. Dive deeply with people, and never allow your fear of vulnerability or pain to hinder you. Lastly, remember that everyone’s journey is different. As you near the end of your college career you will see three paths that students choose to take. The choices are marriage, graduate school, or a career. Some choose one option, others all three. Remember that you have a life journey that will never look the same as anyone else’s. If each of us wasted our energy focusing on the direction everyone else is headed we would miss out on our very own adventure. Celebrate the success of those around you, whatever they may be, and cherish those moments with them. However, recognize that your life is and will be filled with it’s own momentous occasions. As you leave the world of books, exams, papers, and projects embrace all of the changes that come your way and know that in the end everything will be alright.

Kiana
The experience is what you make it.

George Fox prides itself on community. The central theme is to support, encourage, and grow together. With this mission, the...

The experience is what you make it.

George Fox prides itself on community. The central theme is to support, encourage, and grow together. With this mission, there is good and bad that comes as a result. For starters, it is encouraged that students get involved on campus in things that interest them. There are a number of clubs and opportunities to get involved. At times, it seems like there's almost too much happening on campus to really be invested anywhere (or at least that's my experience), but it sure does make up for the lack of things to do in the small town of Newberg surrouding the campus. The associated student Community (student body) often hosts activities for students to attend. Things like dances, and concerts happen a handful of times during the semester. At times it can almost seem like a high school setting since they chose to do things that resemble a high school student body. The school has a life style contract that prohibits students from smoking, drinking, and having premarital sex. Although the university encourages students to align their lifestyles with the contract, each students experience may have their own rules about following it. On campus, most of the students follow the contract (or at least do a good job of hiding it if they are breaking it), but off campus students really decide if they chose to obey or not. In just my first year I have had a lot of opportunities including two on campus job, a position as an RA for the following year, and a great internship for the summer following my first year. I believe that it's not really enough to just show up to class at George Fox University, or really at any university nowadays. In order to make the most of one's academic experience, it's important to value what it is one is paying for. Show up for office hours, ask questions, connect with staff and faculty, and opportunities will come. George Fox is especially set up in a way that makes that effort as easy as possible.

justin
What should every freshman at your school know before they start?

Start studying while in high school so it is easier once in college. Buy all of the books you need as soon as possible so yo...

What should every freshman at your school know before they start?

Start studying while in high school so it is easier once in college. Buy all of the books you need as soon as possible so you can start reading them to give yourself an advantage in the class. Also don't be afraid to talk to proffesors as soon as you dont understand something. Make freinds with the smartest people in your class so you can study with them and they are more likely to help you. If social media becomes a distraction delete the accounts neeeded to eliminate the distraction.

What's the most frustrating thing about your school?

How some of the people treat athletes and the lack of school spirtit.

Peter
What should every freshman at your school know before they start?

I would inform myself to create better study habits, go to community college for two years, and make sure all the classes I t...

What should every freshman at your school know before they start?

I would inform myself to create better study habits, go to community college for two years, and make sure all the classes I take are transferable to any college. This would allow me time to become accustomed to college life, save a few thousand dollars and keep me from taking the same classes over.

What's the one thing you wish someone had told you about freshman year?

I wish that I knew how the credits would transfer so I would not be so suprised.

What do you consider the worst thing about your school? Why?

Well I am atransfer student, and my credits did not transfer over the way I thought they would. So I still have alot of general classes to take.

Victoria
What should every freshman at your school know before they start?

Never be afraid to fail. Fear of failure can hold you back more than any other insecurity. You will fail, but through these f...

What should every freshman at your school know before they start?

Never be afraid to fail. Fear of failure can hold you back more than any other insecurity. You will fail, but through these failures you will grow stronger and achieve greater successes than you could imagine. With this knowledge, be encouraged to go out and try new things, embrace new adventures whole-heartedly, don't hold anything back. Your courage will pay off. If you do succeed, be proud of your hard work. If you fail, still be proud of your hard work, hold your head high and learn from your mistakes. Without failure and adversity you won't grow in character or gain the strength you will need for future. So don't be ashamed when you fall short of your goals, but instead take pride in the knowledge you've gained that will help you learn the secrets to future success.

What do you consider the worst thing about your school? Why?

The worst thing about George Fox University is the mud that accumulates in the fields during the rainy season. I wish I could find a greater flaw with the university, but I enjoyed my entire experience at the school (apart from getting mud on my shoes). The campus is beautiful, but due to the school's location in the Pacific Northwest, there is a lot of rain and this leads to a lot of mud on campus.

What do you brag about most when you tell your friends about your school?

The school motto is "be known" and at George Fox University that is exactly what you can expect. From the moment you move onto the campus students and staff are there for you, wanting to build relationships and help you settle in to your new life. There is such an incredible sense of community on campus, you are never alone and everyone wants to help you succeed; and because of this support, students do succeed.

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