Financial Aid

A Delaware Valley University education is within your reach. Our experienced financial aid professionals will guide and assist you through every aspect of the financial aid process.


Welcome to the Delaware Valley University Office of Financial Aid. You can apply for financial aid by creating a Federal Student Aid ID (FSA ID) and then completing the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). If you are a dependent student, your parent will also need to create an FSA ID of their own to sign your FAFSA. The FAFSA is used by schools to determine your eligibility for Federal, State, and Institutional financial aid programs.

Make sure you add Delaware Valley University’s school code (003252) to the FAFSA so we receive your information. You can and should select to directly import your tax information from the IRS by utilizing the IRS Data Retrieval Tool (DRT.) This tool provides FAFSA applicants and parents with the ability to transfer income tax information directly from the IRS to the FAFSA, eliminating the need to request a tax return transcript from the IRS.

Delaware Valley University’s Office of Financial Aid will receive your FAFSA information electronically. If you are selected for verification by the Federal Government, we will request other documentation from you and/or your parents. This information should be submitted to the Office of Financial Aid as soon as possible.

You must apply for the FAFSA annually as soon as possible after October 1st. First year students can expect to receive their financial aid offers after admittance. Returning students can expect to receive their financial aid offer after spring term grades have been evaluated, and if applicable, your verification process has been completed.

MISSION STATEMENT

The Office of Financial Aid at Delaware Valley University strives to make a college education more affordable for students and families by helping them to find, obtain and make best use of all financial resources provided by Institutional, Federal, State, and private sources. While complying with institutional, federal and state regulations, we ensure quality and consistency in the delivery of service and funds to students seeking an undergraduate, graduate or doctoral degree at DelVal. We strive to offer as many opportunities as possible while maintaining a student-centered culture and adhering to DVU's core values.

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CARES ACT

The Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security (CARES) Act includes the Higher Education Emergency Relief Fund (HEERF) that provides emergency funding to support higher education students impacted by the disruption of campus operations.

For help, The Office of Financial Aid
Meet Our Staff

Joan Hock, Director of Financial Aid

Appointments by request only. finaid@delval.edu.


Denise Coulter, Associate Director of Financial Aid

Appointments by request only. Contact finaid@delval.edu.


Charis Lasky, Financial Aid Assistant

General Inquiries

Charis.Lasky@delval.edu, 215.489.2956


Terry Schwartz, Assistant Director of Financial Aid

Last Names A – G, Graduate Students and Continuing and Professional Studies

Theresa.Schwartz@delval.edu, 215.489.4187

Book an appointment with Terry


Brahim Bouidi, Assistant Director of Financial Aid

Last Names H - O

Brahim.Bouidi@delval.edu, 215.489.4739

Book an appointment with Brahim


Arianna Mears, Assistant Director of Financial Aid

Last Names P – Z and Student Employment Coordinator

Arianna.Mears@delval.edu, 215.489.2391

Book an appointment with Arianna