High School Dual Credit

Did you know, as a high school student, you have the opportunity to earn college credit while concurrently completing your high school requirements? George Fox University is partnering with local high schools to offer college-level courses as part of our dual-credit program.

Each course is carefully assessed by George Fox faculty to ensure college-level rigor and curricular alignment are in place. In order to receive transcripted credit, you must receive a “C-” or better in the course. Fees apply and are non-refundable.



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Want more details?

Check out our FAQ and list of participating high schools.

If you have any registration questions or issues, please contact the George Fox Early College Program at earlycollege@georgefox.edu or 503-554-2404.

Academic Faculty Liaisons

The George Fox University faculty liaison will collaborate with the Early College Program to facilitate communication among members of the department/program and help integrate Early College high school faculty into the university community.

The Early College Program adheres to the guidelines set forth by the National Alliance of Concurrent Enrollment Partnerships (NACEP) to ensure the dual credit program rigor is equivalent to the rigor at George Fox.


Wendy Flint

Assistant Professor of Management

Director of Undergraduate Business Programs


Jennie Harrop

Jennie Harrop, PhD, DMin, MFA

Associate Dean, Adult Degree Programs

Associate Professor


Travis Ross

Assistant Professor of History


Pete Rusaw

Pete Rusaw, MS

Assistant Professor of Mathematics


Tennille Hostetler

Tennille Hostetler

Laboratory Coordinator

Science Outreach Administrator


Joel Mayward

Assistant Professor of Christian Ministries, Theology and the Arts

Partner with Us

Interested in offering George Fox dual credit at your high school?


Metra Augustin

Metra Augustin, MS

K-12 Initiative Director