Delaware Valley College stands in a 510-acre lot in the heart of Bucks County, in South-East Pennsylvania. Now 113 years old, the co-educational four-year college offers 44 majors in a wide-range of disciplines including various Secondary Education specializations. With an academic program founded on a strong core curriculum and an even more intensive major curriculum, the college continues to live by its mission to equip students with both the practical and real-world knowledge that will help them deal with the challenges of the 21st century workplace. Those interested to study at the Delaware Valley College may choose from 35 Bachelor degree programs, a Master of Science degree in Educational Leadership, Master of Business in Administration in Food and Agribusiness, and a Master of Business Administration in General Business.
Tuition for academic year 2009-2010 for new students is US$25,692 plus a US$150 new student fee or US$75 transfer fee, whichever is applicable. This total does not include other required fees like the student activity fee, technology fee, room and board fees, and many other fees that are determined by the student’s choice of living arrangements or course. There are 2,051 students enrolled at the Delaware Valley College. These include undergraduate and graduate students and those enrolled in the evening and weekend classes and in the college’s accelerated degree program.
The student-to-faculty ratio is 18 to 1 with the average number of students per classroom at 18. All courses are handled by faculty members with no single teaching assistant.
On-campus housing is available at the college. In fact, 64% of students live on campus.
For more information about admissions, financial aid or online learning opportunities such as distance education degree programs and online classes, please contact Delaware Valley College.