CLR, a program in DelVal’s Office of Continuing and Professional Studies, brings to members of the retired and semi-retired community opportunities for personal growth through learning. For more than 30 years, CLR has provided a diverse selection of peer-led classes each semester for its 500-plus members.

Membership includes unlimited participation in classes in the arts and music, science, technology, history, philosophy, language and current topics, as well as exclusive events, guest speakers, special interest groups, and community partnerships for $90 per semester.

Spring 2018 Schedule

Date Event Location/Details
Jan. 3 and 5  Spring Registration Life Sciences Building
Jan. 29 Registration Closes  
Feb. 5 First Day of CLR Classes   Alumni House
Mar. 12-16 University Spring Break CLR classes may meet
TBD Open Membership Meeting TBD
Apr. 26 Last Day of CLR Classes Alumni House
Most CLR classes are held in Alumni House, located just inside the entrance to Delaware Valley University near the intersection of E. Butler Ave. (Old Rte 202) and Alumni Lane.

Membership Information

When you attended our on-site registration, we provided you with a receipt that specified both registered and waitlisted courses. If you mailed in or dropped off your membership check and registration form to our office, your registration receipt and membership card were mailed. The bottom of your receipt is your CLR membership card which identifies you as a CLR member for the spring 2018 semester. Members are invited to the holiday luncheon and exclusive CLR events, receive a discounted YMCA membership and a 10% discount at the Market at DelVal! In addition to 10% off lunch at the Market, $1 spent = 1 point,  250 points = $10 reward! Sign up for the rewards card by visiting any cashier with your CLR membership card. CLR members are always welcome to purchase lunch at the Levin Dining Hall for $9.

New CLR members should visit our Welcome Center and pick up a placard for their vehicle. Parking for CLR members continues to be complementary this semester, but cars parked on campus without a placard will be ticketed.

WEATHER EMERGENCY INFORMATION

If the DelVal campus is closed or opening late because of weather or other emergency, an announcement will be made on the radio and television, the main campus number (215.345.1500), delval.edu, and through the e2Campus* text alert system. This policy is in effect for all CLR classes, registration, special events and programs.

If the University opening is delayed, CLR classes are delayed. If the University campus is closed, CLR classes are canceled.

  • If there is a one hour delay, the University will open at 9 a.m. Thus, CLR classes that start at or after 9 a.m., will operate as normal in Alumni House. CLR classes that begin prior to 9 a.m. WILL BE CANCELED.
  • If there is a two hour delay, the University will open at 10 a.m. Thus, CLR classes that start at or after 10 a.m., will operate as normal in Alumni House. CLR classes that begin prior to 10 a.m. WILL BE CANCELED.
  • If there is a three hour delay, the University will open at 11 a.m. Thus, CLR classes that start at or after 11 a.m., will operate as normal in Alumni House. CLR classes that begin prior to 11 a.m. WILL BE CANCELED.
  • Classes that meet outside the Alumni House will be canceled for any delay in the University opening.

*e2CAMPUS
In order to facilitate communication with students in the event of an emergency, Delaware Valley University has instituted e2Campus, a digital alert system that notifies individuals in the event of an emergency or disaster. In the event of an emergency, a text message is sent out to any registered cell phone and email address; students are alerted immediately of any threat or condition on campus, including inclement weather. To sign up for e2Campus alerts, go to delval.edu/e2campus.

The information and opinions presented in any Center for Learning in Retirement (CLR) course are those of the instructor(s) and do not necessarily reflect Delaware Valley University policies or positions. CLR course content is not reviewed for accuracy or approved by the faculty and staff of Delaware Valley University.