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Start working towards your career goal.

Earning a college education is making an investment in yourself - and your future. A degree can open the door to more career choices and increase your earning potential. Going to college at DeVry University can be more affordable than you think. For starters, our Fixed Tuition Promise eliminates the uncertainty of rising college costs. From the day you start to the day you graduate, your tuition rate will not go up*. And with DeVry University's merit-based Career Catalyst Scholarship, you could qualify for up to $20,000 toward your education. Everything we do from financial aid to hands-on support and attention is focused on your success.

Explore tuition rates and available financing options to make your education more affordable.


Did you know...

U.S. military personnel serving in any of the five branches of the U.S. Armed Forces (including National Guard and Reserves), and their spouses, are eligible for DeVry University's undergraduate military tuition rate of $250 per credit hour. That's a 58% savings from the tuition rate of $609 per credit hour.  
90% of DeVry University students benefit from some form of financial aid.  
Take more classes and save
Each session your first seven credit hours are charged at $609 per credit hour, you benefit from a 40% savings on any additional credit hours taken during the same session. The additional credit hours are charged at a lower tuition rate.**

Credit for prior learning and transfers

Maximize your prior qualifying learning credits and you may be able to reduce the time and cost of earning your degree. Talk to us to see how your credits may transfer.

Lock in your tuition rate through graduation.

Even if tuition increases year-to-year, your rate could stay the same.*


*Requires enrollment in a degree program; some exclusions and continuing eligibility requirements apply.

**Not available to students receiving the DeVry undergraduate alumni or military tuition rates. Not applicable to graduate students.