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A fixed tuition rate you can count on.

When you're planning to go to college, it helps to know what's ahead. That's why we're offering the Fixed Tuition Promise. At DeVry, we guarantee your tuition rate through graduation — even if you switch majors or add courses — will stay the same. That's our promise to you.* We also help make college even more affordable with our merit-based Career Catalyst Scholarship for qualifying new students with up to a $20,000 lifetime award. We can help make the dream of a career-focused college education a reality.

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

    2014-2015 Tuition Rates for Undergraduate Students

Standard Tuition Rates for Enrolled Students

$609 per credit hour – Hours 1-7

$365 per credit hour – Hours 8+

Standard Tuition Rate for Students Not Enrolled in Degree Program

$609 per credit hour – regardless of course load

Active Duty Military Members & Spouses

$250 per credit hour


$518 per credit hour – valid for up to 24 credit hours


Fixed Tuition Promise Eligibility
All students enrolling in the July 2014 through May 2015 sessions across every degree program and level of study are eligible for the Fixed Tuition Promise. This includes students seeking undergraduate (associate or bachelor's) and master's degrees and graduate certificates from DeVry University and its Keller Graduate School of Management.

The following exclusions apply to the Fixed Tuition Promise:

  • For graduate students, CPA Exam Preparation Courses are excluded from the Fixed Tuition Promise.
  • Canadian Students receiving Undergraduate Canadian tuition rates are excluded from the Fixed Tuition Promise. (Canadians pursuing graduate degrees pay standard tuition rates and therefore are eligible for Fixed Tuition Promise.)
  • Students enrolled in the American Pathways for International Scholars program.

Enrollment Requirements
Tuition rates will be locked in until students graduate as long as they remain enrolled at DeVry University or its Keller Graduate School of Management. Should tuition rates change in future academic years, recipients of the Fixed Tuition Promise may be exempt from increases.

  • Students must remain enrolled and progress toward graduation in accordance with university academic policy.
  • To maintain eligibility, students may not miss more than five consecutive sessions. Otherwise, they will be treated as a new student and will be subject to tuition structure and rates at the time they are readmitted.
  • Students who complete one degree program and decide to enroll in another program are subject to the tuition structure and rates at the time they begin their subsequent degree program.
  • External benefits such as those available through the Veterans Administration and employer tuition reimbursement, etc. can be utilized in conjunction with Fixed Tuition Promise. These processes remain unchanged.

Did you know...

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.**
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.
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.

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.

If you have questions about our costs, please contact your DeVry Student Finance Office. Or, click here to request more information on the ways we can help you make college affordable.

Tuition Charts

For tuition and expenses, effective beginning with the July 2014 session, please refer to the appropriate tuition chart below:

DeVry University undergraduate (PDF)

DeVry University graduate (PDF)

Keller Graduate School of Management (PDF)

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