A personalized financial plan to fit your needs
We are dedicated to helping you develop a personalized plan to finance your education. Our net price calculator will help you estimate your costs and financial aid you may qualify for, giving you a clearer view of your education investment.
Additional ways to make your education more affordable
|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.|
|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.|
Additional Tips on Tuition
Tip 1: Make an apple-to-apple comparison when comparing tuition.
Some schools calculate their tuition on a quarter system, while others base it on a session. In addition, some roll numerous costs into charges that are not clear at first glance. If you are considering multiple colleges, it's important you get all the details on tuition and expenses, so you can make an accurate comparison of all your options.
Tip 2: Put your job to work for you with tuition reimbursement.
If you are going back to school while working, ask your employer about tuition reimbursement. DeVry University offers several payment plans that make it easy to get help from your employer to offset your college tuition costs. We even offer career assistance while you are enrolled at DeVry University to help defray your costs. Visit Student Services at your DeVry University location for more information.
Tip 3: Do some digging for scholarship opportunities.
DeVry University offers millions of dollars in scholarships every year to help students subsidize their college tuition costs. In addition, tens of thousands of college scholarships, based on financial need, academic achievement, interests and special needs and criteria, are available to students. You could qualify; start digging. Explore scholarships.
Tip 4: Get all the credit you deserve by understanding your options.
While you're looking to finance your college education, be sure to take the time to check out all your financial aid options. Understanding what these options are and investigating all available sources will give you the best chance of securing the funds needed to make your education affordable and offset your college tuition costs.
Tip 5: Talk to a DeVry Student Finance Professional.
For tuition and expenses, current as of May, 2013, please refer to the appropriate tuition chart below:
*Assumes student is taking two three-credit-hour courses
**Not applicable to students receiving the DeVry undergraduate military tuition rate