Part-time Undergraduate and Continuing Studies Admission

Are you ready to apply to a program in Continuing and Professional Studies? Welcome! This is just the first of many personalized interactions you’ll have as a student at DelVal.

You are not a number. You're balancing work, family, community obligations, and more. That's why flexible scheduling for part-time students is at the heart of the DelVal experience. Add to that small classes and an intimate campus, which provide opportunities to build connections with your faculty and fellow students that can lead to life-changing career growth.


To study for a degree or credit certificate at Delaware Valley University, you must:

  • Hold a high school diploma, GED or equivalent preparation from a foreign institution; or
  • Have earned a minimum 2.0 cumulative GPA (on a 4-point scale) for any previous college experience.

Applicants with lower GPAs may be considered for admission on a case-by-case basis.

Information on programs of study courses is available in the Academics portion of the website. We encourage you to explore your options and get in touch with questions.



Fall/Fall 1

late August

Fall 2

early October

Spring/Spring 1


Spring 2


Summer/Summer 1

late May

Summer 2

early July

Please note the following:

  • To begin our application process online, you will create an account.
  • This account will allow you to begin the application, save, and return to it later.
  • Start and complete your application at any time by clicking here.
  • Your account has a self-service page that shows your requirements status.

Submitting Transcripts

Please Note! We require all of your transcripts to process your application. Generally, delays in processing applications are due to transcript delays. Don't wait to send them in!

Applicants with previous college credits:

  • Submit all post-secondary transcripts.
  • You do not need to submit high school or GED records.

Applicants with no previous college credits:

  • Submit proof of high school diploma or GED.

Applications are reviewed on a continual basis. You will receive a decision within one week of our receiving your complete materials. In the meantime, get started on learning more about financial aid.

Contact Information

Office Location and Hours

Lasker Hall, 2nd floor

8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.

Current students and noncredit