Are you burdened with debt from Delaware Valley University?
Delaware Valley University (DelVal) is a private university in Doylestown, Pennsylvania. Founded in 1896, it enrolls approximately 1,800 students on its suburban, 570-acre campus. DelVal offers more than 25 undergraduate majors, six master’s programs, a doctoral program, and a variety of adult education courses.
Student loans in the United States are spiraling out of control, which is great news for former students. Programs have now opened allowing students to find relief from their student loans obtained at these high cost of tuition colleges. If you attended Albion College, call (702) 986-0485 to see if you qualify for student loan forgiveness. We can also assist you with your private student loans.
Delaware Valley University and a History of Problems
Delaware Valley University opened in 1896 as the National Farm School and offered a three-year curriculum teaching “science with practice” on the school’s own farm in Doylestown, Pennsylvania. Its founder and first president, Joseph Krauskopf, was an activist Reform rabbi who, inspired by discussions with Leo Tolstoy, hoped to train Jewish immigrants to the United States as farmers.
The school opened with only two teachers and eight students, but by 1904 enrollment had grown to 45. Following the Second World War, the school became a four-year college and added additional academic programs, changing its name to Delaware Valley College of Science and Agriculture (1960). It added its first graduate programs in 1998.
In 2011, the college dedicated a 398-acre Gemmill Campus in Jamison, Pennsylvania, after a gift from the Gemmill family of land and money in order to further the college’s strategic plan.
In December 2014, the college was granted university status. A few months later, its name changed to Delaware Valley University on April 8, 2015.
Ranked Amongst Colleges With Most Student Debt
According to National Reports, Delaware Valley University is ranked in the top 50 universities in the United States as having students with some of the highest student loan debt upon graduation.
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