EDFL Course Registration
EnrollmentIf you have any questions concerning the courses listed or your specific program requirements, contact your advisor or the instructor of record.
For a list of available courses, see the George Fox University class schedule.
Late Registration Fees (Summer 2013)
All students must be registered for summer term prior to the first day of the university term (May 6) and NOT the first day of the EDFL summer session in which the class falls. Students who register for their first summer class after 12:01 am on Monday, May 6, will be charged a $50 late registration fee.
Schedule changes can be made without penalty until the start date of the class, so long as you are registered for at least one class by the start of the term. Tuition is due on the first day of the CLASS, not the first day of the TERM.
Our online courses have published start and ending dates. On the first day of the published start date, you need to access the course in FoxTALE, our online course management system. When you register for an online course, you are automatically enrolled into the FoxTALE course. However, each professor may have a course password which you will need prior to accessing the course.
Professors will communicate online course instructions and requirements via George Fox email, so be sure that you have your GFU mail set to forward to your preferred email account (this is done through mygfu). If you are taking a course that meets totally online, we recommend you contact the instructor of the course once you register to be sure of course start and ending dates and other requirements.
Hybrid courses are a combination of face-to-face and online instruction. It is very important to note that the dates you see published in mygfu are ONLY the face-to-face dates. Most hybrid courses begin online prior to AND end after the face-to-face dates. Courses that have a section designator ending with "H" are hybrid courses - for example, EDFL 572 AH.
Do not wait until the first face-to-face session to begin your course. If you have registered for a hybrid course, it begins the first day of the semester OR in the case of summer, the EDFL semester session as published above. You should receive information from the instructor shortly before class begins though your GFU email address.
If you have any questions about the start date of any course, please contact the instructor of record.