I searched and couldn't find much on this school, so I'm posting here in hopes of digging up any additional info. I am considering applying to George Fox U because they offer clinical opportunities in my main area of interest, which is fairly rare. (Also, it's in an area of the country I really like, but that's more of an "oh nice" thing than a important criterion. Also, it's cheaper than Pacific and smaller, both pluses. I identify as Christian, and while it's not a "gotta have" aspect of a program for me, I wouldn't wholly object to having faith integrated into my training to some degree. What I'm worried about is that I have no substantial Christian "extra curriculars," so to speak (though I am looking to improve upon my lax church attendance ), even though my faith is a part of my identity (not something I would push on clients, though--I'm careful when it comes to most kinds of self-disclosure in general and have done a lot of multicultural work in an area where spirituality can be playing with historical/cultural fire). I'm worried this could result an "auto-reject" from a religious university. Any other thoughts on the school/program would be appreciated as well!