The University of Valley Forge, a private, four-year residential college operated by the Assemblies of God denomination, is located on a suburban campus in Phoenixville, Pennsylvania. University of Valley Forge originally began as Marantha Bible School in 1939. Mergers with additional Bible institutes over time resulted in an increase in enrollment, and eventual name changes including Eastern Bible Institute and Northeast Bible Institute. In 1976, what was Valley Forge Christian College moved its location to the former Valley Forge Army Hospital campus in Phoenixville, Pennsylvania. In 2014, the college became the University of Valley Forge has a mission of preparing its students for lives of leadership and service in both the church as well as in the world.
The University of Valley Forge offers associate's, bachelor's, and master's degrees in subjects like business, digital media, and music technology. Several undergraduate and graduate degrees and bachelor's degree completion programs are avaiable fully online.
Accreditation & Licensing
University of Valley Forge is accredited by:
Middle States Commission on Higher Education (MSCHE)