George Fox Digital

George Fox Digital

1 Year Online
3 Years In Person

Welcome to George Fox Digital!

George Fox Digital is an immersive online-learning experience empowering students to complete general education requirements within the flexibility of remote education. This program equips students to graduate in four years -- one online and three on campus.

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A New Kind of Online Platform

This is not online learning as you've experienced it. Maybe you've heard of our Be Known promise? It's true online, too. You'll be taught by academically elite professors and empowered to succeed through structure, accountability and engaging coursework.

Learn in a Community

Digital learning doesn't have to be isolating or boring. And it won't be, because this is George Fox, where equipping our students for success is our highest priority. Mentorship, cohorts, and coursework that’s actually fun? Yep, that’s what’s in store for you.

Be Formed, Not Just Informed

At George Fox, we aren't shy about our Christian faith! And we believe you can be spiritually formed virtually at home as well as in person on campus. That's why with George Fox Digital you'll have the same opportunities for spiritual development that our on-campus students have.

Ready to take the next step and learn more? Let's talk!

Frequently Asked Questions

Yes! These courses are designed to be online and are taught by award-winning professors who are dedicated to your success. You'll have plenty of support from our community along the way as you journey through George Fox Digital with a cohort of your peers.

No. You will not be required to meet regularly at predetermined class times. You will have deadlines and a weekly rhythm of activities, but you will have the flexibility to complete your work on your schedule.
Not at all! Regardless of your major, you will be able to take all of your first-year courses through George Fox Digital and return the following year without missing credits or having to make-up classes for your major.
Absolutely! Our Be Known promise applies everywhere, even online. Professors will know your name and be there every step of the way to teach and guide you through the George Fox Digital experience.
Yes, our George Fox Digital students are no different than our on-campus students. With the exception of on-campus amenities, you will have access to all kinds of university features like our exceptional library staff, Student Life, and campus pastors.

Pricing

$499

Per Credit

$7486

Per Semester (15 Credits)

Enrollment Deposit: $300

The Perks

  • Award-winning professors at a nationally ranked university teaching courses built to be online.
  • Learn where you want, when you want.
  • A seamless transition to in-person learning the following year.
  • A cohort of peers to journey with, not a bunch of random strangers you'll never see again.
  • Faith integration inside and outside the classroom.
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Did you know you're still eligible to receive federal and state financial aid as a George Fox Digital student? Here are the types of federal and state funding you can apply toward your tuition:

  • Pell Grant
  • Federal Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grant
  • Oregon Opportunity Grant
  • Federal Loans

Plus, any scholarships or grants you receive outside of George Fox are applicable too (e.g. Rotary, Kiwanis, etc.)! If you're interested in learning how your financial aid could make a George Fox Digital education even more affordable for you, reach out to our admissions team.

Available Courses by Major

Fall 2020

  • THEO 101 I Believe (Joseph Clair, Brian Doak, Sarita Edwards, Leah Payne)
  • LIBA 100 Knowing and Being Known (Jessica Hughes)
  • BIOL 211 General Biology I (Matt Stump)
  • CHEM 211 General Chemistry I (Jeff Vargason)

Spring 2021

  • THEO 102 I Believe (Joseph Clair, Brian Doak, Sarita Edwards, Leah Payne)
  • COMM 100 Introduction to Communication (Courtney Anderegg)
  • PSYC 150 General Psychology (Kelly Chang, Kris Kays, Chris Koch, Sue O’Donnell)
  • BIOL 212 General Biology I (Jeff Duerr)
  • CHEM 212 General Chemistry I (Davida Brown)

Fall 2020

  • THEO 101 I Believe (Joseph Clair, Brian Doak, Sarita Edwards, Leah Payne)
  • LIBA 100 Knowing and Being Known (Jessica Hughes)
  • COMM 100 Introduction to Communication (Courtney Anderegg)
  • MATH 201 Calculus I (Nick Willis)
  • CHEM 211 General Chemistry I (Jeff Vargason)

Spring 2021

  • THEO 102 I Believe (Joseph Clair, Brian Doak, Sarita Edwards, Leah Payne)
  • HUMA 205 Philosophy and Literature (Jessica Hughes)
  • HUMA 290
  • MATH 202
  • CHEM 212 General Chemistry I (Davida Brown)

Fall 2020

  • THEO 101 I Believe (Joseph Clair, Brian Doak, Sarita Edwards, Leah Payne)
  • LIBA 100 Knowing and Being Known (Jessica Hughes)
  • MATH 201 Calculus I (Nick Willis)
  • CHEM 211 General Chemistry I (Jeff Vargason)
  • ENGR 285 Selected Topics (Neal Ninteman)

Spring 2021

  • THEO 102 I Believe (Joseph Clair, Brian Doak, Sarita Edwards, Leah Payne)
  • COMM 100 Introduction to Communication (Courtney Anderegg)
  • MATH 202 Calculus II (Nick Willis)
  • PHYS 211
  • ENGR 152 Engineering Principles II (Chris Sharp)

Fall 2020

  • THEO 101 I Believe (Joseph Clair, Brian Doak, Sarita Edwards, Leah Payne)
  • LIBA 100 Knowing and Being Known (Jessica Hughes)
  • MATH 201 Calculus I (Nick Willis)
  • COMM 100 Introduction to Communication (Courtney Anderegg)
  • BIOL 211 General Biology I (Matt Stump)

Spring 2021

  • THEO 102 I Believe (Joseph Clair, Brian Doak, Sarita Edwards, Leah Payne)
  • PSYC 150 General Psychology (Kelly Chang, Kris Kays, Chris Koch, Sue O’Donnell)
  • HUMA 215
  • THEO 215 Bible and Theology
  • BIOL 212 General Biology I (Jeff Duerr)

Fall 2020

  • THEO 101 I Believe (Joseph Clair, Brian Doak, Sarita Edwards, Leah Payne)
  • LIBA 100 Knowing and Being Known (Jessica Hughes)
  • COMM 100 Introduction to Communication (Courtney Anderegg)
  • BIOL 100 Foundations of Biology (Amanda Robert)
  • MATH 180 College Algebra (Jill Beals)

Spring 2021

  • THEO 102 I Believe (Joseph Clair, Brian Doak, Sarita Edwards, Leah Payne)
  • PSYC 150 General Psychology (Kelly Chang, Kris Kays, Chris Koch, Sue O’Donnell)
  • THEO 215 Bible and Theology
  • HUMA 205 Philosophy and Literature (Jessica Hughes)
  • HUMA 290

Fall 2020

  • HNRS 150
  • BIOL 100 Foundations of Biology (Amanda Robert)
  • MATH 180 College Algebra (Jill Beals)

Spring 2021

  • HNRS 190
  • THEO 215 Bible and Theology
  • HUMA 290
  • PSYC 150 General Psychology (Kelly Chang, Kris Kays, Chris Koch, Sue O’Donnell)

Fall 2020

  • THEO 101 I Believe (Joseph Clair, Brian Doak, Sarita Edwards, Leah Payne)
  • LIBA 100 Knowing and Being Known (Jessica Hughes)
  • COMM 100 Introduction to Communication (Courtney Anderegg)
  • BIOL 100 Foundations of Biology (Amanda Robert)
  • MATH 201 Calculus I (Nick Willis)

Spring 2021

  • THEO 102 I Believe (Joseph Clair, Brian Doak, Sarita Edwards, Leah Payne)
  • PSYC 150 General Psychology (Kelly Chang, Kris Kays, Chris Koch, Sue O’Donnell)
  • HUMA 205 Philosophy and Literature (Jessica Hughes)
  • HUMA 290
  • MATH 202

Fall 2020

  • THEO 101 I Believe (Joseph Clair, Brian Doak, Sarita Edwards, Leah Payne)
  • LIBA 100 Knowing and Being Known (Jessica Hughes)
  • COMM 100 Introduction to Communication (Courtney Anderegg)
  • MATH 180 College Algebra (Jill Beals)
  • BIOL 211 General Biology I (Matt Stump)

Spring 2021

  • THEO 102 I Believe (Joseph Clair, Brian Doak, Sarita Edwards, Leah Payne)
  • CHEM 150 General, Organic, and Biochemistry (Jeff Vargason)
  • PSYC 150 General Psychology (Kelly Chang, Kris Kays, Chris Koch, Sue O’Donnell)
  • THEO 215 Bible and Theology
  • HUMA 205 Philosophy and Literature (Jessica Hughes)

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