Valley Forge Military College – Achieve More.
Between classes at Valley Forge isn’t down time – it’s time for push-ups and running, and its time for discipline and structure. Here students don’t just listen to lectures about the world, rather, you are given the tools to succeed in it, in college and in life. Welcome to Valley Forge Military College.
Congratulations! You have shown an interest in the unique opportunities that Valley Forge Military College offers to you as a new college student, and as an aspiring leader. As you decide where you will pursue your higher education, we at Valley Forge want you to know that the prospect for an unmatched leadership and academic education still exists. Whether your ambitions are rooted in our rich military traditions or shaped by your scholarly endeavors, we invite you to explore all that we have to offer.
Valley Forge provides an educational experience unlike any other in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. We invite you to join the long “Continental Line” of distinguished graduates who have exemplified the Spirit of the Forge, both nationally and internationally. The quality academic foundation and individual confidence acquired at VFMC has served many of our graduates as a springboard to academic and personal success. We offer three paths toward earning your degree: as a member of the Corps of Cadets, as a Commuter Student, or through the Early Commissioning Program via ROTC.
America’s two-year colleges create value in many ways – they are a primary source of education, & promote significant economic growth in the U.S. Associate-degree holders can expect to earn $41,900 per year by the middle of their careers, about $10,700 more than someone with just a high-school diploma earns at that point, according to a recent study by Economic Modeling Specialists International. Read the full report here.
To be considered for acceptance and priority scholarship opportunities to Valley Forge Military College, please submit your application online today. Once you have completed the application, our Admissions Office will generate a request for transcript form and Counselor evaluation form which will be submitted to your high school Guidance Office. In order to complete your application file, your Admissions Officer will need to receive:
- Completed application
- $25 non-refundable application fee
- Official High school transcripts (2.0 GPA)
- Standardized test score report (SAT 1000 or ACT 21) .
Please keep in mind that VFMC has a rolling admissions process, so the earlier you apply, the earlier you can be accepted to the College and considered for scholarship opportunities. Upon completion of your application, we are committed to notifying you of our decision within one week. If you have any questions during the application process, please feel free to contact your Admissions Officer at (610) 989-1300. Our staff is dedicated to helping you during this exciting time, and we look forward to you joining the Valley Forge Corps of Cadets.
- SAT / ACT Codes for Prospective College Students –
ACT code: 003740
SAT code: 002955
TOEFL Code for Prospective International College Students: 002955
Students who apply to Valley Forge Military College, who do not meet the Admissions requirements, may be considered for acceptance into our Semester for the College Preparedness Experience (SCOPE). The program looks at a student’s SAT/ACT scores, high school GPA, and high school coursework to determine their admission into the program.
The Semester for the COllege Preparedness Experience Program (SCOPE) is a one semester intensive remedial program, combing skills’ development in math, reading, writing, and organizational skills in a cohort model learning environment.
The program helps to promote the success of the students and prepare them for the demands of college. The goal is to provide students with a program that intensely targets the necessary skills needed to successfully progress through an associate degree program.
Students will take developmental English and Math along with a Seminar Course that hones reading skills and refines time management and study skills. Students enrolled in the SCOPE program also take six credits of college level work.