Delaware Valley University Reviews
I loved how personal the professors were with their students and the impressive nature of the campus and its environment. I would appreciate it if the professors were to incorporate some form of business into all of their horticulture courses as a small side lesson throughout the duration of the course.
Delaware valley university is an excellent school with professors who are currently employed in the fields which they teach. Students are given opportunities to have hands on experience in their chosen field prior to graduation, giving you a unique opportunity to build your resume while still completing your degree.
I recently transferred from Rutgers to Delaware Valley and I can honestly say it was the best decision of my life. Everyone is genuinely kind and friendly, professors are willing to help and are eager to teach, and students enjoy the smaller class setting compared to larger schools. Everyone at DelVal is willing to help you move in the right direction for your career. I only wish I came here sooner!
Delaware Valley University is full of exciting and hard working students that help you stay motivated. The university helps expand your mind and experiences by providing events and internships that gear toward your major.
Delaware Valley University is and amazing school. It’s full of great professors cooperative staff and students, plus an all-around amazing comfort being there
Came here for plant science only to find out that the plant science department is crumbling. A little too conservative for my taste and little to no focus on organics which was disappointing.
I really do like DelVal. There's a great campus atmosphere, and I am learning so much about my area of interest!
DelVal provides really unique opportunities to take interesting and worthwhile classes, and has professors who are very passionate about their fields. The school is very focused on agriculture, wildlife studies, and other aspects of animal science. This is a campus where, due to low class size, your achievements will be recognized and professors offer many different ways to help you if you are struggling. Overall, I have had a very positive experience at this schoola and would definitely recoommend it to others
Not much to do on campus - students have to go off campus to eat out or take part in activities. There's also minimal opportunities for equine students outside of taking equine classes such as clubs and events. Additionally, many gen ed teachers cannot teach at all, and are simply here due to seniority. However, professors in degree-related classes are typically well-informed and good with their students.
What I like about Delaware Valley is the community. Everyone is so welcoming and warm-hearted, you will always have a friend somewhere. The student body and professors work very hard at bring everyone together with many activities to do in our dining hall and pub. This university makes many efforts to celebrate many different holidays and also celebrates it with the food in the dining hall. The atmosphere is very welcoming and living more than an hour away from home, it makes it very easy to get adjusted here. The dorms are very communal and you get to know and make friends with everyone easily on your floor. The resident assistant's are very dedicated with getting to know everyone which makes them very approachable. At first glace, I knew that Delaware Valley was the place for me and I am happy to say I will be spending the rest of my college years here.
I like the basketball team because I'm on it. The food could be a lot better. I transferred in here from Cabrini university to get a better understanding of my intended major and to play more basketball. I respect how the teachers teach because I understand and comprehend it a lot better then I did at my other college. I think all the dorms deserve air conditioning because when its really hot outside its really hot inside and its not okay that some have to suffer. I believe the pub should be open during the weekends because they have the better food on campus. The café should not be open 24 hours because the food the nasty and I don't like it.
DelVal has been a different experience than most other colleges. I am upset that they are trying to no longer be an agricultural school even though that is why most of the students are here. The campus is beautiful but not kept up well, there are vines choking out many of the trees that the landscaping crew should have been taking care of.
I just started Delaware Valley University, and as soon as I started classes I realized how much the teacher were happy to be able to teach students. Everyone is so helpful with anything that you could possibly need. The students are very friendly and you can join in so many clubs and sports.
Delval is a great school with great faculty! It has this great "family" atmosphere and all the teachers are very accessible and laid back. All the faculty are very easy to connect with and it's easy to build lasting relationships with them and get the connections we need to succeed in our individual careers.
So far so good. Some bumps in the road. Parking is awful. But the class sizes are perfect. The kids and professors I have met are great.
It is a very hands on school with a lot of opportunities for students. The professors are friendly and approachable. DelVal has the same problems every other college has (poor wifi, low quality food) but the education and academics are great. I love it here.
I wish the food was better. The university is fantastic but there are minor little things that remind me of a newer institution that hasnt figured out all of the bumps yet. Overall though i would never choose another school over Delval