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.
How do I enroll? What do I need to know?
- A special student registration form must be completed each semester you intend to enroll. This form is due in the Registrar's Office before or during the first week of the add/drop period. List the class you would like to take, including the course section (example, ECON 201 C Principles of Microeconomics)
- A $40 registration fee may be added to your account for processing your registration. This fee will be added each semester you attempt to register for classes.
- Enrollment is allowed on a space-available basis only. Your registration will be processed on the first day of the semester.
- Some courses may require department chair/program director permission to enroll.
- Courses in the following programs do not allow special student registration: Master of Arts in Teaching (M.A.T.), Master of Business Administration (M.B.A.), Master of Arts in Organizational Leadership (M.A.O.L.) and Doctor of Ministry (D.Min.).
- Undergraduate (100-499 level) and graduate (500-799) courses may be taken for credit or audit. Special student registration is not allowed for zero-level certificate courses.
- Search the Class Schedule to find a listing of available courses.
- Browse the Catalog for course descriptions.
Please select the statement below that best describes you.
- "I am a high school student. Tell me about the Early Admission program."
- "I graduated from George Fox University and would like to know more about Auditing for Alumni."
- "I am 62 years of age or older and am interested in taking traditional undergraduate courses. Tell me about the Older Adult Program."
- "I am interested in taking a traditional undergraduate or graduate course."
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.