Quality of Education

Instructor giving lesson in Digital Media Center lab

Dr. Meyer, the president of the University of Valley Forge, loves to say, “The time spent sharpening your tools is never wasted.” Because all UVF graduates complete the equivalent of a dual degree program – one in Bible and another in one of 66 other carefully designed majors – the time your child spends learning and studying at UVF will leave them sharper than they’ve ever been and prepare them to meet the challenges of the world, church ministry and servant leadership.

The University of Valley Forge is a regionally accredited Christian college of the arts, sciences and the  professions on a beautiful 150-acre Chester County campus, with 67 undergraduate majors, seven graduate degrees, six associate's degrees and dozens of credentialed and dedicated professors – all committed to the UVF mission to prepare individuals for a life of service and leadership in the church and the world.

A Stamp of Approval

UVF is endorsed by the Alliance for Assemblies of God Higher Education and is approved by the Department of Education of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania to grant degrees including bachelor's and master's degrees. It is accredited by the Middle States Commission on Higher Education. This highest level of educational accreditation is the same accreditation enjoyed by nearly all the major educational institutions throughout the Northeast.

The university is an affiliate member of the Council for Christian Colleges and Universities. The CCCU includes among its more than one hundred full members, highly respected institutions such as: Eastern University, Geneva College, Houghton College, Malone University, Messiah College, Regent University, Roberts Wesleyan College, Seattle Pacific University, Vanguard University and Wheaton College.