How to plan for Graduation

Posted on April 30, 2015 by Delaware Valley University .

There are countless benefits to the noncredit courses offered at DelVal. Download and complete the registration form, then send it to to register for your desired course.


Top Five Reasons to take a Sustainable Living Course at Delaware Valley

Posted on April 28, 2015 by Delaware Valley University .

Graduation day is a great time to celebrate all you’ve accomplished during your years at DelVal and an exciting look at all of the opportunities that the future holds for you. For more information about commencement, visit the Commencement FAQ page on DelVal’s website.


The day DelVal became a university

Posted on April 22, 2015 by By Dr. Joseph Brosnan, president.

The jagged line of students waiting to get free “university” t-shirts wound its way through the lobby of the Student Center and out into the Pub. I stood in the middle of all the excitement, helping to give out this souvenir of DelVal’s new status as a university. It clearly was a hot item. We couldn’t give them out fast enough. More and more students crowded in, with everyone enjoying the frenzied pushing, the camaraderie and the shared pride. This was April 8, the day our school officially became Delaware Valley University.


The Range of Classes Avaliable with Delaware Valley’s Noncredit Courses

Posted on April 21, 2015 by Delaware Valley University .

There are a variety of noncredit courses and certifications offered at DelVal designed to help you advance your professional achievements or personal intellectual growth. Many people enjoy taking these courses because they’re not worth credits and there’s no pressure to get a good grade. Instead, you can focus on personal enrichment -- expanding your skill sets and fields of knowledge by participating in classes that interest you.


Benefits of Noncredit Enrichment Courses at Delaware Valley

Posted on April 21, 2015 by Delaware Valley University .

Take advantage of these wonderful opportunities that DelVal offers in the summer. Enrich your life by taking a course or certification that you’ve always wanted to learn more about or take your child to one of the summer camps for some educational fun. No matter what you choose, you’ll feel more satisfied and fulfilled by the end of the summer.


The Ultimate Guide for Summer Camps

Posted on April 16, 2015 by Delaware Valley University .

DelVal offers many summer camps so that you can continue your educational experience year-round. Spend your summer participating in courses that you’ve always wanted to take or get a jump on your credits for next semester. Whether you’re interested in credit classes, noncredit classes or even if you’re not a college student, there’s a DelVal summer camp for everyone.


Branch Out: Join us for Networking Night at DelVal

Posted on April 15, 2015 by Celina Burgueño '16.

As a student leader and president of National Residence Hall Honorary (NRHH), it is my job to encourage students to focus on their professional development. Sometimes, this involves convincing other students that networking is not what they think. The general impression about networking is that it is intimidating and difficult.


How to Study for Finals without Losing Sleep

Posted on April 14, 2015 by Delaware Valley University .

Final exams are a critical part of your overall class grades, so it’s normal to feel a lot of pressure and stress during this time. While you need to properly prepare for your exams, skipping sleep to study can be counterproductive and actually cause you to perform poorly.


Delaware Valley Program Options for Graduating Seniors

Posted on April 7, 2015 by Delaware Valley University .

If you’re thinking of enrolling in a graduate program when you finish your undergraduate studies, there are plenty of options for you to consider. The School of Graduate and Professional Studies at DelVal offers programs of advanced learning designed to meet the needs of career professionals and working adults, including those in education, business, counseling psychology and policy studies.


My first week in Japan

Posted on April 4, 2015 by Kristy Poisson '16.

I can’t believe that it has already been just over a week since I arrived in Tokyo. So many things have happened since the plane landed that I hardly know where to begin in recounting it all.


Delaware Valley: From College to University

Posted on April 2, 2015 by Delaware Valley College.

It’s an exciting time as Delaware Valley College becomes Delaware Valley University, with the official switch from college to university taking place on Wednesday, April 8. Students and staff alike are thrilled about this milestone and excited about all of the new opportunities it will bring for the institution.


Ducks Unlimited

Posted on April 1, 2015 by By Kristin Ryerson ’15, DelVal Ducks Unlimited president and co-founder.

In the fall of 2012, Chris Adams ’13 and I founded the DelVal chapter of Ducks Unlimited, the world leader in wetlands and waterfowl conservation. As part of the national organization, the chapter’s main focus is to raise funds to help preserve wetlands and support research throughout North America. Each November the chapter has its annual Sportsmen’s Dinner where we raffle off outdoor gear, artwork and more to raise approximately $3,000 each year.  The club also participates in trips to observe waterfowl and educates the public on the importance of conserving wetlands.