How to Apply for a Delaware Valley Scholarship

Posted on November 28, 2014 by Delaware Valley College.

Delaware Valley University provides students a top-notch private education at an economical price, maximizing financial aid, grants, loans and campus employment. DelVal is dedicated to making the cost of higher education as affordable as possible for students and invests more than $20 million each year in scholarship and grant programs.

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Bringing Giving Tuesday to DelVal

Posted on November 25, 2014 by Donna Carlson '15, business administration.

The steering committee decided to look for a “Day Of” location for participating nonprofits to gather and celebrate their stories. As part of this committee, my immediate thought was, "Giving Tuesday Bucks belongs at DelVal." That thought didn’t happen by accident.

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Questions to Ask when Transferring to a Four-Year College

Posted on November 25, 2014 by Delaware Valley College.

If you’ve completed your studies at a community college, you may be planning to attend a four-year college next. Or perhaps you’re unhappy with your current academic situation and would like to transfer to a different college that will better suit your needs. Many students are interested in transferring colleges for various reasons, but are unsure of how to go about the process.

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What to Consider When Choosing a Major

Posted on November 25, 2014 by Delaware Valley College.

It’s normal to feel overwhelmed and stressed when choosing a college major. It’s a big decision that will impact your time in an undergraduate program and maybe even a graduate program. The goal is to choose a major in a field you’ll be happy with for years to come.

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8 Ways Delaware Valley University is Unique

Posted on November 20, 2014 by Delaware Valley College .

Delaware Valley University was founded in 1896 as an agricultural school. It has since developed into an academically rigorous institution dedicated to the study of the sciences, business and the humanities. Students who attend the College are taught how to apply their studies to real-world issues to benefit both themselves and society.

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Why you should stop acting like a ‘grown-up’

Posted on November 19, 2014 by Barb Krier ’14, counseling psychology .

People of all ages want to play and have fun. Children are masters at reducing stress by being silly and creative. They giggle and laugh at themselves without worrying what someone else will think. Is there an age when we are supposed to give that up? Is it age 18 or 21, the age of young adulthood? Surely by the time we graduate from college we should “act like grown-ups.”

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Conquering job interview anxiety

Posted on November 12, 2014 by By Maggie Villari ’13 (B.A.), ’15 (M.A.).

I have found myself on the other side of the desk. By conducting mock interviews I’ve learned some secrets that might help you.

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How to dress for a career fair

Posted on November 6, 2014 by Delaware Valley College Center for Student Professional Development.

The Delaware Valley College Center for Student Professional Development’s graduate assistants-with Maggie Villari ’13, ’15, serving as lead-created a series of videos to help students prepare for job fairs.  We, as an office, decided that the videos were necessary in order to provide students with a more relevant, visual way to learn about how to best prepare for the job fair. The “How Should I Dress?” video in particular was created because it is one of the most common questions students asked and probably one of the most misunderstood preparation steps.

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