Tuition & Financial Aid

College is always an investment, but it’s important to note that our Adult Degree Program (ADP) is offered at a discounted rate.

In fact, at only $499 per credit hour, you will pay less than half of what a traditional undergraduate pays!

Cost per Credit Hour

Adult Degree Program

$499

Traditional Undergraduate

$1,180

It’s fair to expect your total cost will be between $32,400 and $38,880, depending on the number of credits you transfer in.

ADP students typically pay for tuition through loans, external grants, and scholarships. Details about filing the FAFSA and finding loans can be found on the Financial Aid page for adult degree students. Once admitted, your financial aid counselor will be a great resource and partner for navigating the financial aid process.

Students in the Adult Degree Program class

Here's How You Can Make It Even Cheaper

Transferring credits from another accredited university or receiving prior learning credit are excellent ways to reduce the cost of your George Fox education even more.

Learn more about prior learning credit

2022-23 Academic Year Program Costs

As a student within our Adult Degree Program, you won’t find hidden fees for online classes or parking. And our tuition rates are some of the most competitive in the market.

If you're looking to finish your degree at a university that has a solid academic reputation at an affordable price, your Adult Degree Program of choice at George Fox is a wise investment.

Item Cost
Application Fee; nonrefundable, submit with application for admission $40
Prior Learning Assessment fee per semester hour of professional/technical training submitted for evaluation without taking ASPD 215, Personal and Professional Assessment (PPA).
(Students taking ASPD 215 pay tuition for the PPA course but do not pay this additional fee for credits awarded through the PPA process)
$75
General Education/Elective courses per semester hour $499
Cohort Tuition per semester hour $499
Graduation fee; typically covered by the enrollment deposit $105

Enrollment Deposit

Students who are admitted into an Adult Degree Program are required to submit a $200 enrollment deposit
prior to being enrolled in major (cohort) classes.

Scholarships and Grants

Navigating how to finance your education can be really overwhelming. We recommend that you start looking for external scholarships to help pay for tuition as early as possible, but we want to partner with you along the way. Our financial aid office offers a Scholarship Resource Center, with access to workshops, podcasts about finding scholarships, and personalized consultations with our Scholarship Resource coordinator.

Scholarships we encourage students to apply for:

  • The Ford Family Foundation: Several scholarships offered through this organization cover up to 90 percent of tuition and school-related fees. The deadline for all Ford scholarships is March 1 every year.
  • Oregon Latino Scholarship Program: For Latinx students in Oregon

Financial Aid

We are 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 Financial Aid website.

Student Financial Services is able to answer questions related to:

How to Apply for Financial Aid

Students should complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) online through the FAFSA website. 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: 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. 2302, or email us at finaid@georgefox.edu .

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Stephanie Womack

Stephanie Womack, ADP Graduate

I had a fantastic experience in the Adult Degree Program at George Fox! From start to finish the processes were extremely easy, and everyone made the final decision to follow through very stress-free, which is what I needed. I loved my professors, my cohort, and my classes.