Admissions & Tuition

A D M I S S I O N S  & 

T U I T I O N

Christ-Centered and Affordable

 

Here at the University of Valley Forge (UVF), we look forward to welcoming you! Whether resident, online, or commuter, we value our students and seek to help each of them achieve their calling. Our knowledgable admissions counselors are ready to help students see if UVF is the right school for them and to help them take the steps they need to be here.

 

UVF is committed to making education affordable. Scholarships and grants are one way to make this possible. UVF offers many scholarships and grants to full-time resident students based on various criteria including academics, leadership positions, and merit.

Tuition & Costs

The University of Valley Forge is deliberate in keeping costs down, developing on-campus jobs, and providing institutional monies to help cover the cost of a quality education. We want all students who are called to join our Christ-centered community to have the chance to study and grow with us.

 

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Transfer

The University of Valley Forge is proud to support transfer applicants. We understand the desire to pursue your calling at a Christ-centered university, and are committed to helping you achieve your educational goals, and make your transition to UVF a smooth one.

 

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Dual Enrollment

The dual enrollment program at UVF allows juniors and seniors in high school to take General Education courses for college credit through a dual enrollment or co-enrollment. Each high school must determine whether high school credit will be granted for classes completed for college credit at the University of Valley Forge. A part-time Admissions Application is required. All courses are accredited and available online

 

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Open House

Open House is a Saturday event for potential students and their parents that begins with breakfast with the university president. From there, guests take a tour of the campus, learn about the spiritual and social life at UVF, and connect with faculty and current students in their specific field of interest. The conversation continues over lunch and then visitors are free to stay for a tour of residence halls, a financial aid seminar, and personal appointments with Admissions or Financial Aid.

 

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