Student Accounts FAQ

Prior to actual charges and financial aid going on your account (mid-July for fall semester, first week of January for spring semester, as available for summer), there are a couple tools you can use to estimate your costs and expenses.

Undergraduate students: Go to the Payment Estimator

Graduate and ADP students: 

  • Go to either the grad tuition page or ADP tuition page for your respective program
  • Find the cost per credit hour and multiply it by the number of credits you will be taking
  • Add in student body, health/counseling, graduation, and other applicable fees
  • Subtract anticipated financial aid
Once charges have been posted, all students can sign into their MyGeorgeFox account to see actual and updated financial information.
Please view this Understanding Your Statement document to see a breakdown of your student account statement.

Students have the option to give another individual delegated access to view information in their MyGeorgeFox account, including financial information, payment history, and more.

Learn more about delegated access

We accept payments online, in person, and by mail. No payments are accepted over the phone.

Online Payments

E-check or credit/debit card payments are accepted. There is no fee for paying by e-check. Payments by credit or debit card are assessed a 2.75% web servicing fee at the time of payment. We accept Visa, MasterCard, Discover, and American Express.

  • Follow the steps on our Make a Payment page.
  • Students can authorize a parent or third party to make payments on their accounts on our Make a Payment page.
  • Authorized users can pay here.
  • If you are receiving an error message when making a payment, please see the note on the Make a Payment page.

In-Person Payments

Cash, checks and money orders are accepted at the Newberg and Portland campuses.

Payments by Mail

Mail payments to:

Student Accounts
George Fox University
414 N. Meridian St. #6129
Newberg, OR 97132

Students have the option to pay in full at the beginning of each semester or set up a monthly payment plan. Monthly payment plans are subject to approval, limited to the cost of tuition, and there is a per-semester set-up fee. Please read the full Payment Plan Policy.

If a monthly payment plan is desired, complete the Payment Selection Form.

Traditional Undergraduates: Fall payment is due Aug. 15; spring is due one week prior to semester start.

Graduate / ADP students: Semester payments are due in full one week prior to the start of the term.

Monthly installments, set up on an approved monthly payment plan, are due by the 15th of each month.

Yes, as long as the student’s name or student ID number (preferred) is provided along with the payment (i.e., on a check's memo line). If you are an authorized user, you may make a payment toward a student's account online.

If a student would like our office to disclose account information to someone other than themselves, the student must fill out a FERPA (Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act) form online or in our office. The FERPA Release grants Student Financial Services permission to discuss account details with the person(s) authorized by the student. The student is able to remove permissions at any time.

The Annual Financial Agreement is required for every student in order to register each academic year. It outlines the student's financial obligations of enrollment, in addition to updating student contact information. The form is completed in the student's MyGeorgeFox task tile.

Visit our Financial Aid T4 Permission Form for a list of common questions regarding permission for Title IV financial aid funds to pay "non-allowable" charges.

Yes, students have the option to set up a payroll deduction, where their full paycheck or a percentage of their check is applied to their account. To set up a payroll deduction, please complete the section on the Undergraduate Monthly Payment Plan Request Form. Contact your student account specialist if you have questions.

Visit our Guarantor FAQ page for a list of common questions regarding guarantors.