George Fox students receive one of the top values among private universities in the United States, according to Kiplinger’s Personal Finance magazine. In 2011-12, Kiplinger’s ranked George Fox No. 80 overall for “best value” and No. 4 among schools in the then 113-member Council of Christian Colleges & Universities. George Fox’s average debt at graduation was the lowest among the CCCU schools in Kiplinger's private universities category.
“Americans with four-year college degrees made 98 percent more an hour on average in 2013 than people without a degree.”
- New York Times (2014)
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You might get lost in the crowd at some universities – but not at George Fox. We want to know you on a personal, academic and spiritual level.
That means not only understanding where you’ve come from and where you want to go, but also providing personalized guidance to help you get there.
You’ll find that faith permeates everything we do here, from the way our professors teach to the way we relate to one another as a community.
We also strongly believe that we’re called to serve, whether that involves lending a helping hand to our neighbors or traveling across the globe to assist and minister to those in need.
You’ll receive personal attention from our professors thanks to a low 13.6-to-1 student-to-faculty ratio, and opportunities for undergraduate research and hands-on learning that wouldn’t normally be available at bigger schools.
At the same time, George Fox has the resources to consistently rank among the top Christian universities in the nation in publications like U.S. News & World Report, Forbes and Kiplinger's Personal Finance. It’s the best of both worlds.
Whether your future plans involve grad school or jumping directly into the job market, a George Fox education can help you achieve your goals.
Did you know that 88% of our biology majors are accepted into grad school, or that 95% of George Fox accounting majors find employment within 6 months after graduating? Those are just two examples of how we prepare our students for long-term success.
100% of our students received some type of financial aid for the 2013-14 academic year, with the average package coming in at $23,505. That’s a total of over $42.7 million in financial aid given per year!
You may qualify for merit scholarships, grants or competitive awards, just to name a few. To find out more, just input your information into our net price calculator.
How Financial Aid Works at George Fox
Click to view an informational video about what we offer, helpful tips on filing the FAFSA and advice on understanding your financial aid package.
We will also be hosting a free financial aid webinar on Wednesday, Dec. 17, from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. (PST). The session will cover filing the FAFSA. You can register for the webinar here.
- Merit Scholarships: Automatically awarded to qualified admitted students based on academic performance, including SAT or ACT scores, class rank and GPA. These awards are granted upon admission into the university, and range from $8,000 to $15,000 per year. Please note that admission can close due to student demand. Therefore, we recommend that you apply early to ensure admission and to maximize your scholarship opportunities.
- Competitive Scholarships: Students are invited to campus to compete for scholarships in their chosen major or for their accomplishments in leadership.
- Need-Based Grants: After filing the FAFSA, a student's eligibility is evaluated for grants from both George Fox University and the federal government.
- Work-Study: Students are able to earn money toward their educational expenses through work at an on-campus job.
- Student Loans: Students and parents can borrow money to make a George Fox education possible.
Annual costs before financial aid, 2014-15
Room and board: $9,864