Leaving Japan

Posted on July 31, 2015 by Kristy Poisson ’16.

Kristy Poisson '16 is a Delaware Valley University English major who blogged about her semester in Japan for DelVal during summer 2015. This post is about her last few days in Japan. Read her other posts here

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Outdoor Activities in Bucks County, PA

Posted on July 30, 2015 by Delaware Valley University.

Bucks County, Pennsylvania, is a beautiful, scenic area, and students at Delaware Valley University are right in the heart of it. The area is open and rustic, providing ample outdoor activities for DelVal students to take part in when they’re looking for something to do off campus.

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Volunteer Opportunities at Delaware Valley University

Posted on July 28, 2015 by Delaware Valley University.

Delaware Valley University is committed to the success of our students as well as the community that surrounds them. Located in the heart of Bucks County, Pennsylvania, the DelVal community works in numerous ways to ensure the continual growth of the area, and our students are a driving force behind these efforts.

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Benefits of Attending Grad School

Posted on July 23, 2015 by Delaware Valley University.

A graduate school education is a long-term investment that can seriously pay off for students who complete this higher level of education. However, the decision to attend grad school is a serious one and shouldn’t be taken lightly.

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Affordable Golf Courses in Bucks County, PA

Posted on July 21, 2015 by Delaware Valley University.

Students at Delaware Valley University are not only surrounded by a supportive and engaging learning community but also by fun and exciting off-campus opportunities in Bucks County, Pennsylvania. With plenty to do in the area, it’s easy for our students to stay busy and find new places or activities they love.

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How to Make the Most of Delaware Valley’s Summer Bridge Program

Posted on July 16, 2015 by Delaware Valley University.

The Summer Bridge program at Delaware Valley University is a four-week seminar designed to create a smooth transition for high school students who will be attending DelVal in the fall. A great start for any DelVal student, our Summer Bridge program will expose incoming freshmen to collegiate academics and residential life before the year begins to help increase their comfort level when the year actually begins.

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5 Reasons to Study Turf Management at Delaware Valley

Posted on July 16, 2015 by Delaware Valley University .

TurfNet has ranked the four-year turf management major program at Delaware Valley University among the top 25 in the United States. An engaging, interesting major, students who are interested in exploring a career in sports, lawn care or sales and service will find the turf management major valuable.

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How to Transitition an Internship into a Job Opportunity

Posted on July 9, 2015 by Delaware Valley University .

For college students, the importance of securing an internship can’t be understated. An internship helps you establish long-term connections, further develop your skill set and boost your résumé. However, you can’t kick up your feet and relax when you find out that you’ve landed an internship. Your next step will be transitioning that internship into a job opportunity.

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Tips for Transferring to Delaware Valley University

Posted on July 7, 2015 by Delaware Valley University .

Transferring from one college to another can be a stressful experience filled with ups and downs. If you’re a transfer student, along with tying up loose ends and preparing for your departure from your current institution, you’ll have to prepare for your arrival at DelVal.

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Growing food for neighbors in need

Posted on July 6, 2015 by Katarina S. Woronik '16, Hope of the Harvest Social Media and Communications Coordinator.

Hope of the Harvest  (HOH)  is a charitable garden that uses Delaware Valley University land to grow fresh, nutritious food for area food pantries. In the first year alone, HOH has produced nearly 16,000 pounds of produce for people in need in the area.

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