We make it easy to transfer to DelVal, giving you the guidance you need every step of the way. We start by getting to know you and your unique needs. Then we facilitate your transition, from the application process to connections with academic and student support services.
Are you ready to move from a two-year school to a four-year? Or make a change from your current institution? At Delaware Valley University, we educate the kind of students who want to make the future better, healthier, more livable: somebody who can develop vaccines, engineer innovative ways to feed a growing global population or craft a brilliant new energy policy.
Tuition Freeze for Full-Time Undergraduate Students
We know that the COVID-19 pandemic has disrupted our lives and created economic hardships for many of you and your families.
With our commitment to affordable education, we have decided that there will be no increase in undergraduate tuition and fees for the coming academic year. To find out more about the affordable net cost of a DelVal education, please contact our Office of Admission at email@example.com.
Full-Time Undergraduate Transfer
Our transfer students do well here – both academically and socially – because our staff provides support and assistance every step of the way. We get to know you and your unique needs. We facilitate your transition to DelVal by connecting you with the various academic and student support services.
No matter your reason for transferring to DelVal – and whether coming from a two-year school or a four-year school – you can be assured that you’ll get the guidance you need every step of the way, from scheduling a visit to completing your application.
Ninety-eight percent of incoming students receive financial aid, and our Transfer Merit Scholarships* make affording DelVal a reality.
* A minimum of 15 transfer credits is needed to be considered a transfer student. DelVal will accept up to 78 credits from a regionally accredited institution.
All Accepted Full-time Transfer Students Receive a Scholarship
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Special Policy for Pass/Fail Transfer for Spring 2020 Courses
Under normal operating conditions, Delaware Valley University does not allow a course with a grade of “Pass” to transfer to the University. However, due to the COVID-19 pandemic many institutions have altered their grading schemes to allow, or require, students to take courses “Pass / Fail”.
Considering the current situation, Delaware Valley University will accept grades of “Pass” (or grade equivalent) for undergraduate courses earned in the Spring 2020 term from other accredited institutions. Students transferring in grades of “Pass” to fulfill pre-requisites should be aware that grades of “C” or better are normally accepted at the University and are responsible for being prepared for courses in which these transfer courses are pre-requisites.
These steps are for transfer students, degree completion students and second-degree students.
- Complete DelVal’s online Transfer Student application.
- 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
- Schedule a campus visit. This is not required, but it is strongly recommended.
- Begin working on your financial aid paperwork as soon as you can.
- * 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.
- If you have any questions at any time regarding your application or the process, give our Transfer Coordinator a call at 215.489.4829.
- Your application will be reviewed after receipt of your application and your transcripts.
- After your application has been reviewed, you will receive a letter in the mail notifying you of DelVal's decision on your application.
- If you have been admitted to the college, evaluation your previous credits for transfer to DelVal will begin. You will receive a copy of this evaluation in the mail.
- Our Financial Aid Department 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.
As Delaware Valley University functions on a rolling admission basis, students may apply at any time. Admission to DelVal will be granted provided the applicant meets our academic requirements and there is room in the major to which the student is applying.
To officially be considered a transfer student, you must have completed at least 15 transferable college level credits. Our minimum cumulative GPA requirement is a 2.0. In addition, you will need to have had successfully completed high school Algebra I and II. For majors that require Biology and Chemistry as part of their curriculum, students will need to have completed high school Biology and Chemistry. For majors that do not require Biology and Chemistry, students will need to have completed either Biology or Chemistry.Title 4: Registration
Partnership is an important word at Delaware Valley University. In fact one of our core values is to act as one learning community with one purpose. When it comes to our transfer students, that purpose is making sure your admission process goes smoothly. That’s why we’ve developed articulation agreements with other institutions.
Articulation agreements are designed to build strong partnerships between community colleges or a two-year school and DelVal. It provides a simplified, guaranteed transfer process for transfer students and outlines specific courses and letter grades completed at the community college that will transfer to DelVal. This helps students create a more defined curriculum at the start of their education.
DelVal currently has articulation agreements with the following schools:[EM1]
After you have paid your enrollment deposit, student login credentials will be emailed to you and you will receive information about registering for courses.