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Delaware Valley University Campus Life

Campus Size

Small Campus
Total Undergrads
Including 259 Part-time
Degree-Seeking Freshmen

Gender Breakdown:

58% Women
42% Men


NCAA Division III (with football)

Middle Atlantic States Athletic Corporation

  • Football
  • Basketball
  • Baseball
  • Cross Country/Track

Total Varsity Sports


Men's sports coaches (Average salary: $55,562)
Women's sports coaches (Average salary: $42,892)
Athletics Details
Sport Varsity Men Varsity Women Club Intramural
All Track Combined 40 44 - -
Baseball 31 - - -
Basketball 16 12 - -
Field Hockey - 19 - -
Football 139 - - -
Golf 11 - - -
Soccer 16 20 - -
Softball - 20 - -
Volleyball - 14 - -
Wrestling 35 - - -


Student Total
American Indian/Alaskan Native 0.1%
Asian/Pacific Islander 1.2%
Black/non-Hispanic 4.3%
Hispanic 1.9%
Non-resident alien 0.0%
Race/Ethnicity unknown 13.7%
Two or more races 0.0%
White/non-Hispanic 78.8%
Percent of students with disability 6%

Services & Housing

Services Offered
  • Remedial services for students with learning disabilities
  • Academic/Career counseling
  • Employment services for current students to find part-time positions
  • Job placement for graduates to find full-time employment
  • Library on campus
  • On-Campus Housing
  • Meal plan offered, maximum 20 meals per week.

Clubs & Organizations

We do not have information for clubs or organizations at Delaware Valley University

Safety Statistics

Arrests On Campus
Illegal Weapons Possession 0
Drug Law Violation 3
Liquor Law Violation 5
Criminal Offenses On Campus
Personal Crime 0
Property Crime 9
Reviews Dorm Life
  • Celina from Hamden, CT
  • 4
  • Yes, the dorms at DelVal are old fashioned but they are well maintained and the atmosphere in the halls is great. My dorm mates are my neighbors now, and they're…

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  • Amber from Folcroft, PA
  • 4
  • its what you make it. bring your own decor and create a homey feeling. Great place to meet people and study together. there is cable tv, wireless internet, mini fridges,…

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  • Mary from Norristown, PA
  • 4
  • i personally love my dorm life. the housing department does a good job of matching up roommates. there are often dorm activities, depending on the ra you are placed under.…

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  • Chad from Dover, PA
  • 3
  • The freshman dorms arent all that big but enough room to function. Also a cool thing about freshman dorms they are co-ed but not mixed on the same floor. Its…

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Student Responses to Review Topic: Food And Dining
  • 2
  • Galen from APO, AE
  • I am a current student here

    The ordinary food, such as eggs, pizza, and pasta, in the dining hall is often poor. But the specialty food they make is very good. They try to have fresh fruit out all the time. The dining hall is open 24/7, which is good if you work at the barn, play sports, or have night classes. There is a pub on campus, but it is never open on weekends or late night. The only difference from it and the dining hall is that it has better tasting food.

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  • 2
  • Anonymous
  • I am a current student here

    Not the best food around, but you can always find a nearby apartment and become a commuter student. There's a lot of great places to eat in the nearby town.

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  • 3
  • Sarah from NJ
  • I am a current student here

    It's college food, so lets be honest its not the best, but you do have the selection between the cafeteria and the Pub (where they will make you a burger, or other options).

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  • 3
  • Brittany from Mohrsville, PA
  • I am a current student here

    The food has its good days and bad days. They are definitely improving the food and cafe but it is very expensive. A meal plan is mandatory to have if you life on campus and on average it costs about $12 a meal.

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  • 4
  • Siobhan from Rockaway, NJ
  • I am a current student here

    The dining hall was recently renovated along with some of the food choices. The food used to be bland and tasteless, but now there are a wider range of choices, and the new recipes (especially the pizza) have been re-vamped. There are many healthy choices, but snacks are never hard to find, and the baked goods are always extremely satisfactory. There are always vegan and vegetarian options as well.

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Student Responses to Review Topic: Greek Life
  • 0
  • Krystal from Old Bridge, NJ
  • I am a past student here

    There are many different Greeks on campus each with there own style so there is a lot of diversity and something for everyone. I was part of APO which is a Greek so I believe that the Greek life is a good thing.

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  • 0
  • Colin from Doylestown, PA
  • I am a current student here

    They don't have any housing, but the people involved in them are actually pretty nice, not the normal douchebags at other schools.

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  • 0
  • Amanda from Bethlehem, PA
  • I am a current student here

    There are both sororities and fraternities on campus, but their focus is more community service than what movies may lead you to expect.

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  • 0
  • Olivia from Vestal, NY
  • I am a current student here

    Greek life is popular, but not overwhelming. The groups are much more open than society views many greek organizations, and most of the fraternities are community service based.

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  • 0
  • Amanda from Denton, MD
  • I am a current student here

    We have Greek life, but not fraternity or sorority houses. the Greeks are more a social gathering thing, depending on the one you choose. They are not known for partying or hazing; they just are there to help people make new friends basically. Some are academic and service based so you will get those aspects in addition to the social life as well.

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  • 0
  • Cassandra from Quakertown, PA
  • I am a current student here

    We may have a small Greek Life but almost everyone is friends and most of our own Greeks never thought they would ever join the very false stereotype.

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