Tuition & Financial Aid
Our Tuition Is All-Inclusive
Within our adult degree completion program, you won’t find hidden fees for your books, iPad, ebooks, online classes, or even for parking.
Cost of your books (gen ed classes) and iPad and ebooks (major classes) are included in tuition and books/ebooks are delivered to you prior to or on your first day of class. Our tuition rates are some of the most competitive in the adult degree completion market.
If you're looking to finish your degree at a university that has a solid academic reputation at an affordable price, George Fox's adult degree programs is a wise investment.
*(Social and Behavioral Studies major students receive physical books.)
2013-2014 / 2014-2015 Academic Year Program Costs
|Application fee (nonrefundable, submit with application for admission)||$40|
|General education/elective courses per semester credit (tuition includes books)||$408 / $417|
|Cohort/Major tuition per semester credit (tuition includes iPad & ebooks for management majors; SBS majors receive physical books)
(Cost does not include books for the Elementary Education major)
$487 / $499
|Prior learning assessment fee per semester hour of professional/technical training submitted for evaluation without taking MGOL 260 (students taking MGOL260, Personal and Professional Assessment, pay tuition for the course but do not pay for any credits awarded through the assessment process)||$75|
|Graduation fee (typically, this fee is withdrawn from the enrollment deposit)||$105|
Enrollment DepositStudents who are admitted into an adult degree program major are required to submit a $200 enrollment deposit prior to being enrolled in major (cohort) classes. This deposit is not a pre-payment on tuition, but remains on the student account. The enrollment deposit covers the $105 graduation fee, secures a student's place in a cohort (until a cohort has reached capacity), and allows the Registrar's office to register the student for cohort classes.
If an individual decides not to attend George Fox, and officially cancels his/her admission with George Fox fewer than 60 days before the 1st day of the semester, the Enrollment Deposit is forfeited.
Continuing students who complete the official withdraw process more than 30 days prior to the start of a semester and have no outstanding balance on their student account will receive 100% of the Enrollment Deposit back. Continuing students who complete the official withdraw process more than 30 days prior to the start of a semester and who have an outstanding balance on their account will have the Enrollment Deposit applied against their account and any remaining credit will be issued to them as a refund.
Continuing students who complete the official withdraw process less than 30 days prior to the start of the term, or who do not complete the official withdraw process but cease attending classes, will forfeit the Enrollment Deposit.
Students who graduate from George Fox University will have the Enrollment Deposit applied against any student account balance they may have. Any outstanding credit will be issued to the student as a refund.
George Fox University is committed to helping you in your effort to meet college costs. Financial aid options are available to qualifying students and can be explored by visiting the Student Financial Services website.
Student Financial Services is able to answer questions related to:
- Veterans Benefits
- Subsidized Loans
- Unsubsidized Loans
- Student Payment Options
- Employer Tuition Reimbursement
How to Apply for Financial Aid
FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid)
Students should complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) online through the FAFSA website: fafsa.ed.gov. Completion of this form determines your financial need and allows our office to award many forms of financial aid. You will need to know George Fox University's Title IV school code. It is 003194.
Although the FAFSA is online, Student Financial Services staff will be happy to assist you in the process and answer questions you may have about it.
Call 800-765-4369, ext. 2232, or e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org.