Your first day will be busy. Get prepared now.

Take care of the items below before your first day. It will help you focus, worry-free on classes.

Financial Clearance

The Bursar's Office is responsible for billing, aid packages, and financial aid. View the Bursar's Presentation for New Student Orientation.

Inform us of your AP Credits.

Please make sure that the registrar’s office are aware of this!

Sign up for e2campus alerts.

It’s never too early, and you can have school closings, delays or emergency information sent via text message right to your phone.

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Clear your transportation.

If you are a freshman, you are not able to have a car on campus. If you are an upperclassman transfer student, you will need to register your car and purchase a parking pass from Security. If you are bringing a bike to campus, it also needs to be registered with Security.

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Talk about what you/your parents expect to know.

Because of FERPA laws, the registrar’s office cannot discuss academic progress with parents unless they have written consent from the student. A form is available that grants this permission. Judicial information is also included under FERPA. This is a separate waiver.  The student can decide at any time to remove this permission.

Think about health insurance.

Will you remain covered under your family’s plan? Every full-time student must be covered by health insurance. If you will remain on a family plan, you must waive school health insurance and provide proof of coverage. Every full-time student must go online and enroll or waive. If you do not, you will be charged for the school insurance, which is non-refundable, and a registration hold will be placed on your account after  August 1.

Visit your family doctor.

All freshmen must have their physical exam forms filled out and returned to the health center before the start of school August 2014. Please visit Health Services on the college website and print out the physical examination forms. Be sure to complete these as soon as possible and return to: Delaware Valley College, Student Health Center, 700 E Butler Avenue, Doylestown, Pa. 18901.

Inform us of your dietary restrictions.

Talk to a representative from Parkhurst, our on campus dining services provider while you are at Orientation. They will do their best to meet your food needs on campus.

Inform us of a previously existing IEP, a documented learning difference or disability requiring special accommodations.

Contact Sharon Malka, Learning Support Specialist.
t: 215.489.2490
e: Sharon.Malka@delval.edu

Get your Gear!

Check your orientation materials, because the DelVal bookstore often provides coupons for discounts during Orientation Days.