What You’ll Learn on a Tour of Delaware Valley University
Posted on September 1, 2015 by Delaware Valley University.
Delaware Valley University provides its students with an engaging college experience that emphasizes smaller class sizes. When you pair this with more than 60 clubs and organizations, Division III athletics and a campus setting in historic Doylestown, PA, you have one of the most appealing choices for pursuing your degree.
Prospective students who are thinking about pursing their aspirations at a university in the Bucks County area can schedule a tour at DelVal. To help you get a feel for what you’ll experience when you visit our campus, read on to get a glimpse of what you’ll learn on a tour of DelVal.
Introduction to DelVal’s 500-Acre Campus
On a tour of DelVal, you’ll be guided through our 500-acre campus and all of the facilities that surround it. Our well-maintained campus serves as classrooms for a number of our programs and courses.Introduction to DelVal’s 500-Acre Campus
Your DelVal guide will point out the highlights of the different buildings, take you through the athletic fields on campus, show you student life in the residence halls and give you a feel for what it’s like to be a student here. You’ll even be able to spend time in DelVal’s 60-acre arboretum and peak into libraries, student lounges and dining halls.
Overview of the Educational and Social Life
Your DelVal tour guide will be closely connected to the DelVal community, so they’ll have abundant information about the happenings both on and off campus. This serves as a great opportunity for prospective students to ask any unanswered questions. Our guides are here to answer them and to give you a look into life at DelVal.
While you’ll go through various buildings and facilities, the purpose of the tour is to give you an overall feel for life on campus. So while we’ll show you where students interact, having your questions answered by our tour guide will give you a complete understanding of how our students truly benefit from the DelVal community.
When you visit the DelVal campus, be sure to visit the historic and scenic Doylestown borough less than a mile north of campus. This serves as the town for students at DelVal, and to truly understand whether a university is right for you, you have to be in love with the off-campus environment so you can create an ideal balance between school work and social life. You’ll find restaurants, coffee shops, parks, antique stores and a movie theater, providing plenty of things to do for DelVal students and their families.
Signing up for a tour of DelVal will help you better understand how we provide our students with one of the best environments for educational success and growth as an individual. You’ll be introduced to our many amazing facilities, residence halls and the surrounding area.
If you’re interested in learning more about DelVal and life on campus for students, you can plan a campus visit today.