Financial Aid Forms

Submitting Financial Aid Documents

Students can submit financial aid forms online (you must be logged in to your George Fox email address), and parents/guardians have two options to submit forms:

Use the links below to print forms that need to be filled out and submitted to the financial aid office.

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FAFSA

The FAFSA opens on Oct. 1 and must be submitted each year to be considered for federal, state, and some institutional financial aid. FAFSA determines your Expected Family Contribution (EFC). This is used as an index number to help determine your financial need. The EFC is then used to award financial aid such as grants, loans, and student employment.

Access the FAFSA form here. Make sure to create an FSA ID and password when you get to this page (one can be obtained at this link). Write these down, as you’ll need them again later! Have questions about the FAFSA? Visit this page.

FAFSA Verification Worksheets

Every year, the U.S. Department of Education selects about 22% of those who completed the FAFSA for verification. This doesn’t mean you did something wrong; they use verification to confirm that the household and tax data reported on your FAFSA is accurate.

In order to receive your offered financial aid, you must complete the verification process. George Fox reserves the right to select a student for verification who was not federally selected.

All verification forms can be returned submitted online, emailed, mailed or faxed. Please make sure to complete the forms corresponding to the correct aid year.

Here are instructions and forms you will need if you are selected:

2021-2022 Forms

2020-2021 Forms

FERPA Release of Information

George Fox takes your confidential information seriously. The Family Education Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) of 1974 protects the privacy of students’ confidential financial aid and educational records. There is some information that is not confidential under FERPA laws, but George Fox still needs students’ written consent to release those records.

Submit the consent form here:
Student Account / Financial Aid Release of Information

Stafford Entrance and Exit Counseling

Entrance Counseling

If you decide to accept a Stafford federal loan, you must complete online entrance counseling to ensure you understand the responsibilities and obligations of a loan. The process only takes 20 to 30 minutes.

Start entrance counseling

Exit Counseling

If you graduate, drop below half enrollment, or leave school and have Stafford loans, you must complete exit loan counseling. This 20- to 30-minute online counseling session prepares you with information needed to repay loans.

Start exit counseling

Direct and Plus Loan Master Promissory Note

The Master Promissory Note is a legal document you sign as a promise to repay your loans, accrued interest, and fees to the U.S. Department of Education.

Direct and Plus Loan Annual Student Loan Acknowledgement

The Annual Student Loan Acknowledgement is a yearly confirmation of your current federal Direct Loans and Plus Loans. It is required by the Department of Education before George Fox can disburse the loan to your student account.

Professional Judgment

We know that sometimes a family's financial situation is not accurately represented on the FAFSA. In these cases we may be able to consider a professional judgment. These professional judgment requests must be approved by the Professional Judgment Committee.

Don’t see what you’re looking for?

If you’re looking for the payment estimator or other forms related to payment, you may find what you’re looking for on the Student Accounts Forms page.

Contact Us

Any questions? We’re here to help you!

Please don’t hesitate to contact us:
Email: finaid@georgefox.edu
Call: 503-554-2302
Text: 503-554-2302

If you are a prospective student, please send all your questions to admissions@georgefox.edu.