Campus Services

Housing and Residence Life

Housing and Residence Life at George Fox University

Our residence life staff works hard to giving you the best on-campus living experience possible. For you to learn deeply, you need a place of security and significance. We are committed to the encouraging, facilitating, and growing of community on the George Fox University Newberg campus.

Living Areas at a Glance

Dining and Meal Plans

We offer numerous dining choices and meal plans for our students. The Canyon Commons Dining Room provides a wide variety of fresh and healthy foods including consistent options for those with special dietary needs. Our meals are prepared by Bon Appétit, an onsite restaurant company known for culinary expertise, that aims to create flavorful food prepared from scratch. For choices outside of the meal plan, an adjacent café offers menu items ranging from cooked-to-order breakfasts, lunch grill and homemade desserts and soups.

IDEA Center

Our IDEA Center is a one-stop shop that provides students with academic support, career services and disability services. The IDEA Center is the place to go when searching for a job, for enrollment counseling and coaching, to get connected with important internship opportunities, or for graduate school information. We will teach you the tools needed to help you present your skills professionally and thoroughly. 

Learn more about how the IDEA center helps students to maximize their academic and experiential learning, develop life-long career skills and enhance their transition to the world of work at

Learning Support Services

Learning Support provides resources for students of all levels to become effective learners on campus. We offer the Academic Resource Center, a Disability Services office, and provide support for students who might be academically at-risk. Disability services are available to provide the most suitable and reasonable accommodations for students with disabilities. Services provided include but are not limited to: note takers, scribes, exam accommodations, taped class materials, sign language interpreters, adaptive technology, housing accommodations, and accessible classrooms.

For more information on how our Learning Support Services help to empower our students on campus, visit their home page.