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Top 5 Places to See on a DelVal Campus Visit

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Posted on February 24, 2015 by Delaware Valley College.

Joseph Krauskopf Memorial Library
The library is one of the most important parts of any college. You’ll likely be spending a lot of time there studying for exams, working on assignments, collaborating with other students on projects and catching up on reading. 

The Joseph Krauskopf Memorial Library is the perfect place to do all of that. There are numerous resources that can provide students with a well-rounded education, whether they’re in the biological and physical sciences or liberal arts and business. Browse the shelves stocked with books and DVDs or search through the library’s database that allows you to filter by major. You’ll be blown away by this stunning library. 

Dining Locations
Of course you’ll want to check out the food that you’ll eat if you attend DelVal. Fortunately, you’ll have a few options to choose from for your meals. 

The Levin Dining Hall is DelVal’s main dining hall, while the Pub is a retail location in the Student Center. And for your between-class coffee fix, LSBean offers Starbucks coffee and pastries in the Life Sciences building. 

You also can choose from several meal plans during your time at DelVal, from unlimited access to the Levin Dining Hall to a specific number of meals per semester, depending on how often you’ll be cooking at home or eating on campus. 

Residence Halls
If you’ll be staying on campus while you’re attending DelVal, take a tour of the residence halls. There are a few residence halls designated for freshmen, including Barness, Cooke, Samuel and Ulman.

Living away from home for the first time is an exciting experience, and it’s fun to see where you may be spending the next four years. Potential students can enjoy watching current students leave for class or hang out with friends outside their residence halls

Admissions Office
Students visit the admissions office at least a few times throughout their years in college and sometimes even more than that. Take a walk through the admissions office and speak with members of the staff. They’ll let you know what they do and answer any questions you may have about the campus, applying to attend and classes.

Life Sciences Building
Even if you’re not interested in pursuing a major related to science, the Life Sciences building is a piece of architecture you’ll want to see. This state-of-the-art building includes a beautiful atrium, a 450-seat auditorium, a lab suite, seven classrooms, a conference room and much more. The Life Sciences building provides a great space for students, faculty and the community to come together.

Schedule your visit to DelVal soon and check out everything this institution has to offer!