George Fox offers on-campus courses during the summer, most of which convene in May in various classrooms on our Newberg, Oregon, campus. They are open to degree-seeking traditional undergraduate students, and many can be used to fulfill general education requirements.
Because most classes meet during the month of May, on-campus courses during this season are often referred to as "May Term," although not all summer on-campus courses convene during the month.
Summer courses are small, so you are sure to get plenty of personal attention, and are taught by experienced George Fox faculty.
Summer classes are offered at $505 per credit, half the price of our traditional undergraduate classes.
Housing is offered for May Term students May 2-20. The rate is $310 for the three week term. Students living on campus spring semester will have university housing in between terms (April 29 to May 1).
Summer housing information is available on the Student Life website.
There is no food service provided outside of the Bruin Den during this time. Students are placed in houses or apartments where they will have access to kitchen facilities.
Finally, May Term students will need to move out on or before May 21 unless they are eligible for summer housing. Eligibility is tied to being employed by the university full time (40 hours per week) or working as a summer research scholar through a specific department.
Financial Aid Available
Financial aid may be available for current degree-seeking students. See your financial aid counselor for assistance.