Hoover Academic Building

Hoover Academic Building was built in 1976-77 and expanded and remodeled in 2006. It is the home of the School of Business as well as the nursing, undergraduate psychology, sociology/social work, and religion departments. All George Fox undergraduate students take 10 Bible and religion credits to complete general education credits.

Fun Facts:

  • Contains (among other things) a 900-square-foot art gallery, two nursing labs, an observation room, a computer lab, and the largest lecture hall on campus, able to seat 192 students. The average class size, however, is approximately 20 students, and with a student-to-faculty ratio of 14:1, students know many of their professors on a first-name basis
  • The added atrium mimics the Ronald D. Gregory Atrium connecting EHS and Wood-Mar
  • Named for U.S. President Herbert Hoover, who attended school here at Friends Pacific Academy