Delaware Valley University to Freeze Undergraduate Tuition and Fees at Current Levels for the 2020 to 2021 Academic Year

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Delaware Valley University announced today that it will freeze undergraduate tuition and fees at current levels for the 2020 to 2021 academic year. 

“We understand the economic toll that the COVID-19 pandemic has taken on many of our students and their families,” said DelVal President Dr. Maria Gallo. “The decision to freeze tuition and fees is one step in our commitment to providing affordable access to education, which is part of our strategic plan. In addition to our generous financial aid packages, there will be no increase in tuition or fees for the coming academic year.”

DelVal also has been receiving support from alumni and friends as the University works to grow additional financial aid funds to support students.

“Our alumni and friends are stepping up with donations to help support our students during this crisis,” said Dr. Gallo. “We are grateful for every donation. Now, more than ever, these gifts are opening possibilities and providing hope for our hardworking and deserving students. Every gift makes a difference in someone’s life.” 

How to Help:

To make a gift to support additional financial aid for students who have been impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic, please visit