More physical. More competitive.
At VFMC physical fitness is demanded of all cadets – this gives us a competitive advantage on the field – come see us play and you’ll see it for yourself.
The goal of the Athletic Program at VFMC is for each cadet to receive a quality experience both in the classroom and in their athletic pursuits.
Cadets must be sound in both body and mind. VFMC integrates athletics, physical training, and a cadet’s personal fitness program to help students achieve fitness levels exceeding national norms. The program focuses on flexibility, muscular strength, muscular endurance, cardio-respiratory endurance, and body composition. The physical conditioning program is designed to meet the individual needs of cadets, while placing emphasis on daily fitness and wellness as an important aspect of their future well-being and ability to accomplish their goals and objectives.
To ensure that each student-athlete reaches their goals, the Athletic Department is committed to the academic and financial requirements of our athletic programs by exercising well-founded institutional control.
VFMC competes in football, baseball, soccer, volleyball (women), cross-country (men and women), and basketball (men and women).
College Athletics Inquiry
Our goal for the Athletic Program at VFMC and the NJCAA is for each cadet to receive a quality experience both in the classroom and in their athletic pursuits. If you would like more information, please fill out the form below as completely as possible so that we may direct your inquiry, comment or request to the proper individual as quickly as possible.
Please be aware, NJCAA rules and regulations prohibit coaches or other representatives of the college’s athletics interest from sending letters or electronic mail to high school students until after September 1 of their junior year in high school. While we are not permitted to write or e-mail high school students if they are not eligible per the above restriction, high school students are permitted to telephone coaches and administrators prior to the completion of their junior year in high school, but only at the high school student’s expense.
Those who are freshmen or sophomores in high school are also permitted to contact the admissions office for information regarding Valley Forge Military College and its academic programs. You may call our Admissions Office at (610) 989-1300.
WARNING: If you are a student-athlete enrolled at another two year institution or if you have been enrolled at another two year institution in the last year (NJCAA Division I, II, III), NJCAA rules and regulations strictly prohibit us from having any communication with you, directly or indirectly, until that institution grants our institution permission to contact you. You may obtain this permission to contact by either contacting the Athletic Director or at the compliance office of your current or previous institution.
If you have any questions or concerns about NJCAA rules and regulation or if you have eligibility questions, please contact Valley Forge Military College Athletic Director at (610) 989-1491.