Thinking about transferring colleges? Delaware Valley University makes the process seamless!

At DelVal, we understand transferring colleges can feel daunting. The good news is that transferring to DelVal is surprisingly simple. In fact, the Phi Theta Kappa honor society named DelVal one of the most transfer-friendly schools in the U.S.

Whether you’re transferring from community college to university, or transferring to DelVal from a four-year school, you can expect:

  • Personalized attention: From the application process, to securing financial aid, to finding your right-fit academic program, our caring admission counselors will be with you every step of the way during your college transfer. 
  • Guaranteed transfer scholarships: As a full-time undergraduate college transfer student at DelVal, you’ll be eligible for a guaranteed transfer scholarship based on your accumulated GPA.
  • Transfer credits: You worked hard to earn your college credits. By choosing to transfer to DelVal, you’re choosing a university that honors your time and efforts by accepting up to 90 transfer credits.
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How do I transfer colleges?

Whether you’re coming from a four-year institution or transferring from community college to university, DelVal will make transferring colleges seamless. We offer rolling admissions, which means there are no college transfer deadlines. You can get started at any time during the year! 

Transferring from community college to university

To provide a simplified process for transferring from community college to university, Delaware Valley has agreements with many community colleges. These agreements outline the core courses that will transfer to DelVal so that you don’t have any surprises. Our Core-to-Core agreements, help you make the most of your associate degree and the courses you’ve taken, by paving the way towards your bachelor’s degree. Core-to-Core agreements, allow students coming from our partner schools to come to DelVal with their core requirements completed. 

This helps you create a curriculum at the start of your education and sets you up for success.

Delaware Valley University has articulation agreements with:

  • Bucks County Community College
  • Camden County College
  • Cecil College
  • Delaware County Community College
  • Harrisburg Area Community College
  • Lehigh Carbon Community College
  • Luzerne County Community College
  • Mercer County Community College
  • Montgomery County Community College
  • Raritan Valley Community College
  • Rowan at South Jersey (Cumberland Campus)
  • Rowan College at Burlington County
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We have part-time options available for transfer students! Learn more about DelVal's part-time degree options.

How to transfer college credits

As you consider your options, we know transferring college credits is top of mind for you. DelVal accepts up to 90 credits from all regionally-accredited institutions, and we’ll show you to apply your credits to your DelVal degree. But if you want to get a head start on transferring college credits, check out our Transfer Credits Equivalency Spreadsheet. And click here for more information on gaining academic credit

Take courses on your schedule

Whether you’re looking to continue your studies on a full-time basis, or fitting your college transfer into your life part-time, you can choose the path that works for you. DelVal offers many convenient online and evening classes. Plus, with more than 25 undergraduate majors to choose from, you’re sure to find the one that matches your passion—and your career goals. 

Transfer up to 78 credits to DelVal
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Guaranteed transfer scholarship for full-time students.
DelVal named a top transfer-friendly college (Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society)
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As a full-time undergraduate college transfer student at DelVal, you’ll be awarded a guaranteed transfer scholarship based on your current accumulated GPA.

We offer:



Financial Aid





3.0 to 3.49



2.5 to 2.99



2.0 to 2.49


Phi Theta Kappa


Learn more about scholarships, grants and financial aid.

We are committed to providing students with tools for success. 

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The quad at DelVal: a lush green field with two buildings.

Visit Delaware Valley University

Before you decide on transferring colleges, we highly encourage you to visit our beautiful campus in Bucks County, Pennsylvania. Join us for Transfer Tuesday, where you can meet with your admission counselor, take a walking tour, learn more about how to transfer college credits, your academic program, and student life.

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Connect with a counselor

At Delaware Valley University, we make the process of transferring seamless. If you would like to get started or, learn more, call us at 215.489.2211 or email

DelVal welcomes international transfer students

If you’re an international student looking to complete your bachelor’s degree at Delaware Valley University, we would love to help you get started! Here’s all the information you need to get started on your application and to learn more about policies and procedures.

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DelVal named a top transfer-friendly school

Phi Theta Kappa, a student honor society, recognized Delaware Valley University as a great school for college transfer students to finish their bachelor’s degrees. 

Any student who has completed post-secondary coursework at a regionally accredited college is considered a transfer student. 

These steps are for transfer students, degree completion students and second-degree students.

  1. Complete DelVal’s online transfer student application.
  2. Have high school and/or college transcripts sent to the Admission Office at the following address: 

    The Office of Admission

    Delaware Valley University

    700 East Butler Avenue

    Doylestown, PA 18901

  3. Schedule a campus visit. This is not required, but it is strongly recommended.
  4. Begin working on your financial aid paperwork as soon as you can.
  5. For Veterans only - please submit a copy of DD form 214. If you are presently in the service, you must submit a letter of reference from your commanding officer.
  6. If you have any questions at any time regarding your application or the process, give our Transfer Coordinator a call at 215.489.4829. 

Next Steps

  1. Your application will be reviewed after we receive your application and transcripts.
  2. After your application has been reviewed, you will receive an email notifying you of DelVal's decision on your application.
  3. If you have been admitted to DelVal, evaluation of your previous credits for transfer to DelVal will begin. You will receive a copy of this evaluation in the mail.
  4. Our financial aid team will put together a financial aid package for you if you have been admitted to DelVal and you have filled out the appropriate FAFSA listing Delaware Valley University (00325200). You will receive this via email as soon as it is finished.


After you have paid your enrollment deposit, student login credentials will be emailed to you and you will receive information about registering for courses.

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