Valley Forge Military Academy and College
The mission of VFMC is to educate students within an academic and military environment to transfer to academically competitive four-year colleges, universities, or service academies. The College builds leaders of character – for the future, for the community, for the country, for the world.
Empowering the future for good, one student at a time.
Valley Forge Military College is a private two-year college committed to equipping young men and women to boldly face the challenges of life. It is the Military College of Pennsylvania.™
VFMC is designated as a Pennsylvania National Guard-Friendly School.
A Vision for Your Life
Picture yourself two years from now. Confident. Strong in mind, body and soul. Leading groups of your peers, and being respected for it. The best version of yourself.
This future is possible. The way forward is not easy, but we can help you.
The key to becoming the best version of yourself is mastering self-discipline. This is extremely difficult to do on your own. And it is why Valley Forge exists. We are a community that is committed to developing the whole person.
The daily habits and rhythms you will learn at Valley Forge will stick with you for life, through any circumstance. You will be made stronger, able to thrive in the face of all kinds of challenges.
And the first step is easy: Contact us. Schedule a visit. Talk to a graduate. And see how you could become your best self.
For information about the College’s accreditation status, please see: Accreditation Disclosure(s).
In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Federal Government has released Section 18004(a)(1) of the CARES Act, in which allocates a total of $385,652 to Valley Forge Military College. As required in the regulations of the distribution of funds, an institution is required to issue 50% of this allocation to students who meet specific criteria as listed below. The allocation that Valley Forge Military College will issue to the student population totals $192,826. Upon implementation of this policy, the 50% student allocation can be received via G5. The 50% school allocation; which will total $192,826, will then be received afterwards and is to be used for operational expenses.