Paying for college – one of the most important investments you will make – isn’t easy. At Delaware Valley University, financial aid for our students is a priority. This year, 99 percent of our students received some form of financial assistance, by way of merit scholarships, need-based grants, work study and loans.
From the academic rigor and diversity in our curriculum to the small classes sizes and tight-knit community of engaged learners and doers, DelVal offers the very best that a private education has to offer. One hundred percent of our students gain hands-on, real-life experience, giving them the tools necessary to effect real change.
But you’ve got to start somewhere, and almost every DelVal student starts with some kind of financial help getting their particular mission started. We’re here to help you make your DelVal dream a reality.
Merit Scholarships - 2018-19 Academic Year
For Freshmen Students
*Students must enroll at Delaware Valley University as a full time undergraduate student to be eligible for the merit scholarships listed below.
*SAT scores are calculated using the Total SAT score, combined evidence based reading/writing and math sections of the SAT and/or composite score of the ACT.
*Please contact the Office of Admission if you have SAT scores prior to March 2016 to learn your merit scholarship eligibility.
Note: If you have a different combination of SAT and GPA scores, we encourage you to contact the admission office to identify the award for which you qualify.
For Transfer Students
*Students must enroll at Delaware Valley University as a full time undergraduate student to be eligible for the merit scholarships listed above.
Average costs for new, first-year, full-time, undergraduate students
|New student tuition/fees||By Semester||By Academic Year|
|Commuter Comprehensive Fees*||$1,240||$2,480|
|Resident Comprehensive Fees*||$1,240||$2,480|
|First-Year Residence Hall**||$3,170**||$6,340**|
|Board (Dining Hall 7 Day, $150 Flex)||$3,760||$7,520|
|Resident Tuition/Fees/Room and Board||$26,800***||$53,450***|
* Comprehensive fees support student activities, campus technology, student facilities improvements and experiential learning activities. They do not include fees for students majoring in equine studies.
** This cost of reflective of Barness, Berkowitz, Cooke, Samuel and Ulman Halls, where most first-year students reside on campus.
*** Does not include books and personal expenses
**** This is a one-time deposit
Rates are subject to change.