Special Student Registration
What does special student mean?
- Refers to students who do not intend to enter a degree/certificate program OR
- Students who plan to enter a degree/certificate program at a later time, but would like to take classes before being formally admitted to a degree/certificate program.
Special Student Categories
- Alumni Audit Special Student
- Alumni who have graduated from George Fox University have the opportunity to audit undergraduate or graduate courses.
- High School Special Student
- High School Special Student program is available to qualified junior or senior high school students. This permits study at George Fox University in traditional undergraduate coursework while a student completes a high school program.
- Adults 62 Special Student
- Any person 62 years of age or older may be eligible to enroll in traditional undergraduate courses in Fall and Spring term for credit or audit.
- Conventional Special Student (Grad, Undergrad)
- Any high school graduate who wishes to take classes without being formally admitted into a program who does not fit into the above three categories.
Offered courses can be found at class.georgefox.edu. Special Students are restricted from taking ARTS or ARTD classes. Those interested in taking classes with pre-requisites must be able to provide proof of completed pre-requisites or equivalent coursework. Enrollment is granted on a space available basis and is at the discretion of the professor.
Regular admission is required to enter a degree/certificate program. Please contact the Office of Admissions for more information. Special student enrollment does not guarantee subsequent admission to any degree/certificate program.