DelVal in the community
At Delaware Valley University, we’re fortunate to be part of a great community in Bucks County, but it isn’t enough to just be a part of this community. We want to play an active role in constantly making our neighborhoods better.
This is just a small sample of the great work members of the DelVal community are doing to improve their communities. Our students, faculty, staff and alumni are helping people live healthier lives by taking on issues from hunger to making sure people in long-term care get visitors. From our clubs and organizations to our sports teams, the belief in giving back runs deep at DelVal.
Students in the community
Clubs and Organizations focused on giving back:
- Alpha Phi Omega
- Ducks Unlimited
- Habitat for Humanity
- Oxfam America
- Rescue University
- Smile Station
Our teams and the causes they support
We partner with the community to host educational programs and events throughout the year. Our facilities are used by groups to provide educational programs, locations for drives and collections, conferences, and entertainment for our neighbors. For a few examples of events that have been held on our campus check out:
Bucks County choreographer battles breast cancer while working on 'A Chorus Line', from The Philadelphia Inquirer
Arts on Campus brings ceramic artist to DelVal in Doylestown, from The Bucks County Herald
Where Jewish and Muslim Women Find Sisterhood, from womensenews.org