Delaware Valley University Grad Week Offers Virtual Information Sessions and Open House for Students Interested in Graduate Programs
Delaware Valley University’s (DelVal) School of Graduate and Professional Studies will host Grad Week on April 10 through April 14 to provide information for individuals interested in the University’s graduate programs as part of DelVal’s Employer Educational Partnership Program.
Grad Week will offer one-on-one, virtual information sessions with representatives from the University to discuss unique programs of interest. Individuals interested in scheduling a one-on-one session can visit: https://admission.delval.edu/portal/gradweeksessions
There will also be an in-person open house on April 11 from 5 to 7 pm in the Moumgis Auditorium on campus.
DelVal’s School of Graduate and Professional Studies offers a doctoral program, nine master’s degrees, and many graduate certificates in a variety of fields. Programs are offered in healthcare, business, criminal justice, counseling psychology, education, and agribusiness. Well known for combining science with practice in education, DelVal offers graduate programs taught by practitioners who are active in their fields. This real-world connection provides students with the most current thought leadership and best practices in their unique field, earning a relevant graduate degree. DelVal provides competitive tuition, small class sizes with personalized faculty interaction, accelerated course structures, and many programs are offered 100% online.
About DelVal’s Employer Educational Partnership Program:
Employers who enroll in DelVal’s no-cost Employer Educational Partnership Program provide their employees with opportunities for tuition discounts and other benefits. The program extends to an organization’s full-time and part-time employees as well as their domestic partners and dependents. The partnership enables employers to make education affordable and accessible for their employees. To enroll in DelVal’s Employer Educational Partnership Program, please contact Employer Partnership Coordinator, Karen Snyder.