Do you want to earn a college degree and discover your purpose for His glory?
If so, develop your potential through our AFFORDABLE & ACCESSIBLE 2 year program through our ACCREDITED university.
Discipleship in the 4 spiritual pillars of the University of Valley Forge:
HIS GOSPEL Behold & Become
HIS PRESENCE Abide & Live
HIS WAYS Follow & Obey
HIS MISSION Receive & Go
A dynamic, hands-on internship at your church which includes:
An ONLINE university education through the University of Valley Forge:
2 YEAR ASSOCIATE DEGREE
CREDITS TOWARDS A 4 YEAR BACHELOR’S DEGREE
(Option to finish the bachelor’s degree on-campus or online through UVF after completing Advance)
Estimated yearly cost is based on 30 credits
Financial Aid is available to those who qualify.
Cost may vary by site. Contact your site director for pricing information.
Fall '20 Semester: Apply by August 1
Financial aid is available to those who qualify. Once you have been accepted to UVF and have completed your FAFSA, you will be mailed an award letter containing your estimated financial aid awards. For more information, you can contact the Financial Services Office at 610.917.1475.
Yes, payment plans are available. Students may go to valleyforge.edu/payment-plan/ to enroll in a 5- or 6-month payment plan. Financial aid is also available to those who qualify.
UVF does accept DACA and non-citizen students. Non-citizen students may be eligible for institutional aid but will not qualify for federal aid. For more information, you can contact the Financial Services Office at 610.917.1475.
The best way to determine how many previous college credits will transfer into UVF is to contact the college or university you attended and request that they send UVF an official transcript. UVF's registrar will then review the transcript to determine which courses can be transferred into your new degree plan. For more information, you can contact Barbara Dos Santos at 610.935.0450 or visit our page for transfer students.
UVF does not require students to be affiliated with the Assemblies of God. However, it is required that students profess faith in Jesus Christ. Although students are not required to be members of the affiliated Advance church/ministry, UVF asks the participating Site Directors to verify that students are active in the discipleship programs to qualify for tuition and/or other discounts and benefits offered by UVF. What ‘active’ means will be determined by each Site Director, but normally includes meeting 1-2 times per week. You may also take UVF online courses without participating in the local Advance site, but the tuition and fees are not discounted as they are for the Advance participants.
All classes will be conducted online. Students will be able to log into their myValleyForge account to view their classes and the required course work for each week of the semester. Although assignments will have due dates, there are no designated days or times that students must log in to complete coursework.
Sites will meet a couple of times a week, as determined by the Site Director, where the meetings will be split between a time of fellowship and discipleship, as well as a time dedicated to reviewing and working on coursework.
Yes, students who wish to earn their ministerial credentials through the Assemblies of God will meet the educational requirements up through ordination by completing the Certificate of Ministry Leadership or the Bachelor of Arts in Ministry Leadership.
*Students are encouraged to contact the district from which they wish to be credentialed to verify requirements.
The University is accredited by the Middle States Commission on Higher Education (MSCHE).
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The MSCHE is an institutional accrediting agency recognized by the U.S. Secretary of Education
and the Council for Higher Education Accreditation (CHEA).