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The Best Places to Explore During your Delaware Valley Campus Visit

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Posted on March 26, 2015 by Delaware Valley University .

Before you come to DelVal to explore the campus and decide if this university is the right choice for you, you’ll want to be prepared as far as what to see during the visit. Below are some of the best buildings on campus to explore while you’re at DelVal. 

Life Sciences Building
It doesn’t matter whether you’re interested in pursuing a science-related major, the Life Sciences Building is one part of DelVal’s campus you won’t want to miss. This stunning piece of architecture is a state-of-the-art building with a stunning atrium, and it houses a 450-seat auditorium, a lab suite, seven classrooms, a conference room, a coffee bar, study areas and much more. DelVal students are equipped with all of the resources they need while in the Life Sciences Building. 

Joseph Krauskopf Memorial Library
The library is an essential building on every campus, and the Joseph Krauskopf Memorial Library at DelVal is no exception. Spending time studying, collaborating and working on projects is easy at a library like this, as it’s fully equipped with endless resources to help you get the job done. The shelves are full of books and DVDs, and the database that can be filtered by major has plenty of information so you can complete all of your work. 

Center for Student Professional Development
Your ultimate goal for attending college is to earn the degree and experience necessary to allow you to pursue a career in the field of your choice. That’s where the Center for Student Professional Development comes in. The Center helps you decide on your path in life and guides you to utilize the skills you’ve learned over the past few years to figure out what your next steps will be. Whether you’re interested in an internship, a career or graduate school, you’ll be able to discuss everything with the center counselors, have your résumé reviewed, and receive interview preparation.

At the Center for Student Professional Development, you’ll also have access to ExperienceLink, an online career management program where students can create personal profiles, upload their résumés and apply to part-time, full-time and internship positions.  

Henry Schmieder Arboretum of Delaware Valley University
The Henry Schmieder Arboretum of Delaware Valley University encompasses 40 acres of the main campus. The magnificent gardens existed when the institution was founded in 1896 and reflect DelVal’s mission by providing a living collection of plants. The arboretum also embodies the faculty’s teaching requirements and serves as a green resource for the community and an open-air classroom for many classes. 

Currently, the arboretum is under a transformation as it evolves into The Learning Gardens, where it will be dedicated to education and learning. 

Keep these places in mind while you’re visiting DelVal so you can make sure to see some of the coolest areas on campus and also those with the most resources to help you succeed during your years in college. For more information, click here to visit DelVal’s website.