Congratulations, you have been accepted! Welcome to Delaware Valley University!
NEXT STEPS: JOIN THE CLASS OF 2023!
To reserve your place in the Class of 2023, please submit your confirmation of enrollment deposit ($400 for resident students, $200 for commuter or off-campus) to the Office of Admission through the following methods:
- Submit your enrollment deposit online using your credit or debit card.
- Mail your enrollment form and deposit to the Office of Admission.
Come Visit Us
Whether it is your first visit, or your fourth, you are welcome to come visit us in person. Spending time on our campus is the best way to know if we are the right fit for you. Take a campus tour, sit in on a class, meet with a faculty member or coach, or all of the above. Plan your visit today!
Important Phone Numbers
- Residence Life: 215.489.2215, option 1
- Registrar: 215.489.2220
- Financial Aid: 215.489.2272
- Student Orientation and Academic Registration (SOAR): 215.489.2215, option 3
Graduates and Outcomes
At Delaware Valley University, all entering full-time freshman live on campus for their first two years at DelVal. In subsequent years, students may choose to continue to live on campus or to explore living more independently off-campus. Learn more about our residency policy.
Use our handy Residence Hall Checklist, so you are prepared for move-in day!
Be a part of the conversation and meet your future classmates by joining the Class of 2023 on Facebook
We want to see your pictures from campus, in DelVal gear, or with your acceptance letter! Use #DVU2023 on social media!
We encourage all of our prospective students and families to complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA).
- DelVal School Code: 003252
- If you have any questions regarding your financial aid package, feel free to contact your admission counselor or the Office of Financial Aid.
For student enrolling in the Fall semester, new students are sent a Welcome Packet in May that includes important information regarding our summer Student Orientation and Academic Registration (SOAR) events, housing applications, and access to myDelVal
Wear your new school colors proudly! You can start shopping for your DelVal apparel online. Our bookstore offers a variety of apparel, gifts, books and much more!
Student Activism and the Admission Process
As an institution of higher learning, Delaware Valley University supports the right of all students to peaceably protest. The University’s core values call us to respect diversity of thought and allow the freedom of civil expression of views, and we welcome and applaud all who act in accordance with them. In doing so, any actions taken by high school administrators against Delaware Valley University applicants who exercise their rights will not affect their admission status at the University.