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As an alumnus of University of Valley Forge, I applaud VFCC's commitment to provide a positive atmosphere where students can deepen their faith while also pursuing their professional studies. As a member of the faculty, I deeply enjoy the multiple opportunities I'm given to interact with students on a one-to-one basis." - Dr. David Scolforo, Chair, Behavioral Sciences

 


 

A beautiful Chester County, PA, location with a digital window on the world, University of Valley Forge is an emerging institution of higher learning striving to educate young people in an expanding array of vocational programs." - Dr. Malcom Brubaker, Professor, Bible and Theology

 


 

University of Valley Forge has fueled my excitement to learn and kindled my spiritual and academic growth, igniting my passion to speak into the lives of others." - Amy Cottingham, Sophomore, Pastoral Counseling


About

University of Valley Forge's (UVF) community offers on its sprawling park-like campus, as well as online, undergraduate and graduate degrees in the Arts, the Sciences and the Professions. The College offers 67 undergraduate majors and 7 graduate programs, and has a 14:1 student-to-faculty ratio. Students have the opportunity to participate in 10 varsity sports as well as intramural sports and campus clubs.

 

At UVF, students are challenged to go beyond themselves, embrace their faith and change the world. We help students get hands-on experience to better prepare them for their future career. Opportunities abound for mission trips, internships, practical experience, and cultural and social opportunities. We also come together daily in classrooms, Chapel, residence halls and the dining hall to learn, worship, serve and lead together. UVF is focused on equipping students with the tools necessary for a life of service and leadership in the church and in the world.

 

UVF is very affordable. 98% of students receive financial aid, including Pell Grants, Pennsylvania state grants and many institutional scholarships. Abundant off-campus employment is available close to the college and our CO-OP jobs program also provides almost 200 on-campus jobs for students.

 

Professors are committed to excellence in the classroom and to building quality relationships with students that last a lifetime. The personal interactions between students, faculty and staff are a unique part of the close-knit community at UVF.

 

The 150-plus acre campus is located among the rolling hills of historic Chester County, Pa. It is situated only a few hours from New York, Baltimore and DC.

 

 

Facts

Founded: 1939

 

President: Dr. Don Meyer

 

Accreditation: MSCHE

 

Degrees Offered:
A.A., A.S., B.A., B.M., B.S., B.S.W., M.A., M.M.

 

Application Deadline:
Rolling

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Financial

Financial Aid:
Grants
Scholarships
Loans
Student Employment

 

Students Receiving Financial Aid: 98%

 

Forms Required: FAFSA

 

Tuition/Fees:
Undergraduate - $18,644
Graduate - $375 - $425 per credit hour based on student’s major. Yearly amount determined on number of credits a student takes per semester.

 

Room/Board: $8,116

 

Total Cost:
Undergraduate - $28,510
Graduate - Total amount determined on number of credits a student takes per semester.

 

 


Students

Enrollment:1,004
51% male, 49% female

 

Student/Teacher Ratio: 14:1

 

Freshmen Information:
Average SAT score: 990/1600

Average ACT score: 22

Average high school GPA: 3.15

 

On-Campus Housing:

11 Residence Halls (single, double, triple rooms, apartments and married housing)
Single Student
Married Student
Married Student w/ Children

 

 


Activities

 

Varsity Athletics:
Baseball: men
Basketball: men, women
Cross Country: men, women
Golf: men
Soccer: men, women
Softball: women
Volleyball: women

 

Intramural Athletics available

 

Music Groups:
Choirs w/ open membership: 2
Vocal groups by audition: 3
Bands w/ open membership: 2
Music touring groups: 3
Various ensembles: 9

 

 

Contact

Mail:
1401 Charlestown Road
Phoenixville, PA 19460

 

Phone:
Admissions: 1.800.432.8322
Financial Aid: 610.917.1475
Fax: 610.917.2069

 

Online:
Web: vfcc.edu
E-mail: admissions@vfcc.edu
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