Milo Ross served as President of George Fox College from 1954-1969. In his 15 years Ross saw enormous growth on the campus. Six buildings were constructed and dedicates. The enrollment almost doubled, and the college finally received full accreditation. Ross stated that he never went a day as President without asking for money from someone. To this day a building stands on campus named in his honor.
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