Online Forms

The links on this page allow students to print forms that need to be filled out and submitted to Student Financial Services. To view and print many of the forms, students will need Adobe Acrobat Reader. The documents or links available on this page are:

Financial Aid Forms

A. Free Application For Federal Student Aid (FAFSA)

Students must file the FAFSA form to be considered for federal, state and some institutional financial aid.  It will be available beginning October 1st for the next year. The FAFSA form will determine what a student's family's minimum expected family contribution (EFC) will be.  The EFC will be used to award need based financial aid such as grants, loans and student employment.  The FAFSA form can be accessed at www.fafsa.ed.gov.  Students will need an FSA ID and password to sign for their FAFSA.  One can be obtained at www.fsaid.ed.gov.

Once the FAFSA is complete the student will receive a Student Aid Report (SAR) and a report will be sent to George Fox as well if one is requested to be sent.  The school code for George Fox is 003194

Students should contact their financial aid counselor if they have any questions concerning the FAFSA form.

 

B. Verification Worksheets

Each year the U.S. Department of Education randomly selects approximately 30 percent of those who complete the FAFSA for a process called Verification. This does not mean the selected students did anything wrong; it is just a means of ensuring that the FAFSA was filled out properly. George Fox University also selects some students for verification that have not been federally selected.

All verification forms can be returned via fax, email, or mail. Please make sure to complete the forms corresponding to the correct aid year.

2018-2019 Forms

 

2017-2018 Forms

 

C. Release of Information

Must be completed by the student. 

  

G. Special Circumstance Form

If the student's family has experienced highly unusual events that have had an impact upon their financial situation, they may request a Special Circumstances form. A committee will review the information and make a decision. Unusual circumstances include loss of employment or unexpected medical bills. More common circumstances such as paying for dental braces are not considered unusual in nature.  Interested persons should see or call their financial aid counselor regarding their special circumstances situation and to request a Special Circumstances form.