George Fox University

Home of The Bruins

School Info:

Location: Newberg Oregon

  • Offer Bachelor's degrees, Master's degrees, Doctor's degree (professional practice), Post-Master's certificate, Post-baccalaureate certificate.
  • Cost: $44,730 per year
  • Total cost for 7 years: $313,110


  • GPA of 3.0 or higher
  • Average GPA of incoming freshman: 3.6
  • Average SAT: 1,500; an average of 500 for each of the three courses
  • ACT score of 20 or higher
  • Average score for SAT & ACT of incoming freshman: 1,610 & 23


  • 3,786 (2,509 undergraduate)
  • Student to teacher ratio: 14 to 1

Location Info:

Newberg Oregon

Fun things to do:

  • Vista Balloon Adventures (hot air balloon rides)
  • Drive-in Move Theater
  • Champoeg State Heritage Park
  • Coffeehouses
  • Horseback riding
  • Helicopter Tours
  • Cascadia Expeditions
  • Ecotours of Oregon
  • Wine Vineyard

Weather Info:

  • Average Summer High: 80 degrees
  • Average Winter Low: 33 degrees

Geography of Newberg:

  • Northwestern part of Oregon by the Portland Metropolitan area
  • Mountain ranges
  • 175 feet above sea level, relatively close to the Pacific Ocean; about an hour away
  • Countless rivers and forests. Ex. The Willamette river
  • Farms, and Wine Vineyards

Paying for College & my goals for high school

Plan for Paying:

  • Parents will pay for some
  • Financial aid package: $24,062
  • Leadership award scholarships range from $1,000 to $2,500 every year
  • Academic scholarships range from $1,000 to $2,500 every year
  • Scholarship competitions offered at George Fox University

My goals for High School:

  • Maintain a GPA of 3.5 or higher
  • Stay involved with as many extra curricular activities
  • Stay in Leadership
  • Join more community service clubs

Complete the following classes that are offered at my High School:

  • Sports medicine
  • Anatomy and Physiology
  • AP Chemistry
  • AP Biology
  • Psychology

Volunteer Work

Volunteer opportunities offered in my town that could benefit me in pursuing this career:

  • Volunteering at Asante Medical Center

This could benefit me because I would learn more about what it's like working in the medical field, whether it's doing paperwork/just being an assistant.

  • Volunteering at Grants Pass Physical therapy clinic

This would really benefit me because I would see the daily routine of a physical therapist, even if I'm just doing paperwork. I would have a better idea of the work load put on physical therapists, what paperwork they have to do, and what their work environment is like.

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