DOYLESTOWN, PA (04/18/2019)-- Delaware Valley University is proud to announce that the following new students have enrolled for the fall 2019 semester. The University looks forward to welcoming the new Aggies to campus this fall!
*This list is as of April 11, 2019, and does not include the full incoming class.
Samantha Adams, of Browns Mills, NJ (08015).
Daniel Arone, of Westampton, NJ (08060).
Alexandria Balian, of Pittsgrove, NJ (08318).
Danielle Bowman, of Juliustown, NJ (08042).
Madeline Capewell, of Pemberton, NJ (08068).
Catherine Couse, of Sewell, NJ (08080).
Dylan Fisher, of Voorhees, NJ (08083).
Leah Gimeno, of Mount Holly, NJ (08060).
Kristina Gregor, of Sewell, NJ (08080).
Emily Locke, of Somers Point, NJ (08244).
Amy Poserina, of Villas, NJ (08251).
Kayla Rhinesmith, of Cape May Court House, NJ (08210).
Victoria Smith, of Hainesport, NJ (08036).
Brett Ziegler, of Gloucester City, NJ (08030).
Olyvia Evanko, of Columbus, NJ (08022).
Timmy Chew, of Gibbstown, NJ (08027).
Alena Himstedt, of Northfield, NJ (08225).
Stephen Prince, of Audubon, NJ (08106).
Madison Claire Young, of Wrightstown, NJ (08562).
Delaware Valley University is an independent, comprehensive university with more than 1,000 acres in Bucks and Montgomery counties. Founded in 1896, DelVal emphasizes experiential and interdisciplinary learning and provides small class sizes where students learn on a first-name basis. Through the innovative Experience360 Program, all DelVal students gain real-world experience in their fields. Located in Doylestown, Pennsylvania, DelVal combines the comfort of small-town living with the excitement of big-city access. DelVal offers more than 25 undergraduate majors in the sciences, humanities, and business, seven master's programs, a doctoral degree in education and a variety of adult education courses. The University's vision is to be the leader in experiential education, empowering all learners to transform the world. Learn more at delval.edu/welcome.
published gloucestercitynews.net | April 21, 2019