Consumer Information

Federal regulations require all universities participating in Federal Student Aid Programs to provide consumer information for students and families. The links below will provide you with detailed information regarding each topic. Paper copies are available upon request.

If you have any questions about the information you find here or need other disclosure information, please contact the Financial Aid Office

Notice of Availability of Federal, State, and Institutional Financial Aid Information


George Fox expects everyone to uphold ethical standards in conducting the business of the university. No employee should engage in conduct that constitutes a substantial misrepresentation of the university, including the nature of its educational programs, financial charges, or the employability of its graduates. Misrepresentation includes any false, erroneous or misleading statement, or a statement that has the likelihood or tendency to mislead or confuse. A substantial misrepresentation is one on which the person to whom it was made can reasonably be expected to rely, or has reasonably relied, to that person’s detriment. Students, prospective students and others who believe they have experienced misrepresentation as described by this policy should contact the appropriate university official; report the misrepresentation; and seek help to rectify the matter.