Furry Friends Welcome at DelVal

Posted on May 30, 2019 by Kaitlyn Hoagland '20, an equine science major.

Kaitlyn Hoagland '20 shares a look at Delaware Valley University's pet-friendly housing program in this post. While DelVal does not allow cats or dogs as pets, the University was an early adopter of pet-friendly housing. Students can apply to have pets including fish, hermit crabs, approved snakes, lizards and amphibians, hamsters, gerbils, guinea pigs, chinchillas, rats, mice, and rabbits. 


The Transition from High School to College

Posted on May 23, 2019 by By Jordan Smith '19, a media and communication alumnus.

The transition from high school to college can be both exciting and scary. You are moving into a period of time where you learn about your future profession and meet new people, but it’s also the first time many people live on their own and take on responsibility. Although this is an incredibly stressful transition for some, there are plenty of ways to take full advantage of all the new opportunities in front of you. 


To the Class of 2019, From DelVal Alumni

Posted on May 15, 2019 by Caitlin O’Brien ’19, a Delaware Valley University counseling psychology major.

What are we going to do next? What’s life going to be like when I’m done with school? I had the chance to interview two Delaware Valley University alumni, who gave insight into life after college. I talked with Amanda Mossor ’17, who was a zoo science major and Courtney O’Brien ’16, who was a counseling psychology major.


Thriving in Freshman Year: Advice from a rising senior on how to make the transition to college a little easier

Posted on May 8, 2019 by Michelle Glitzer '20, marketing and communications intern.

Freshman year is a time for new beginnings. With all of the new possibilities awaiting you the day you step foot on campus, starting college can feel like an overwhelming experience. Between adjusting to the college lifestyle and managing classes, many students struggle to make the most out of their first year of college. Here are some tips based on my college experience that will help you thrive in your first year at DelVal.