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Valerie Vergara

Valerie Vergara

Student – Bachelor's in Technical Management

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Attending DeVry has been a valuable experience to me. It has truly been one of the best decisions I have made for myself and my future.

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for Transfer Students

Future-Ready Transfer Scholarship

  • Up to $3,584* in scholarship dollars for eligible students who transfer with qualifying credits to an Associate degree
  • Up to $7,168* in scholarship dollars for eligible students who transfer with qualifying credits to a Bachelor's degree

for Undergraduate Students

New Year Ambition Grant

Make 2023 the year you say “yes” to your future. Qualifying students receive up to $1,000 toward tuition when you enroll in our January 2023 session.


All DeVry Scholarships and Grants

DeVry provides wide range of scholarships and grants options to help make college more affordable. 

 

Women + Tech Scholarship

Up to $1,500 per semester for qualifying students in an Engineering & Information Sciences program.

Pursue a new career in Medical Billing and Coding - all online.

Make Your Future More Affordable in 2023

Kickstart your education when you enroll in our January session:

  • Qualifying students receive up to $1,000 off your tuition with our New Year Ambition Grant*
  • Take advantage of our frozen tuition rates through the 2023-24 academic year

Make 2023 the year you say “yes” to your ambitions!

*All grant criteria must be satisfied by Saturday, January 14, 2023 to be awarded for the January 2023 session. Classes for our January 2023 session begin on January 2, 2023. 

DeVry is Committed to Accountability, Transparency, and Equitable Access to Technology Education

View Our Accountabiltiy Principles | Hear From Our Students & Partners

 

Accreditation Matters

The Society for Human Resource Management has acknowledged DeVry University as an affiliate of their organization.

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DeVry University, its Keller Graduate School of Management and the National Women’s Soccer League (NWSL) announced today an exclusive education partnership that provides NWSL players and employees undergraduate and graduate education opportunities. The partnership will offer athletes essential skills for their future careers while ensuring they have a flexible learning environment and support required for a professional athlete pursuing higher education.   

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Discover 15 entry-level jobs in the fast-paced field of information technology and the undergraduate tech certificate programs that can help you pursue one.

Online College Degrees at DeVry University

Whether you're hoping to advance in your industry, explore a new career field or accomplish your next education goal, the chance to pursue your dreams as an online university student is waiting for you at DeVry. With on-demand tutoring for your classes and a virtual library available 24/72, along with caring faculty and student support every step of the way, we're all in and here for you. Comparing your options among online schools? Take the next step by requesting information and one of our admissions representatives can answer any of your questions to help you get started.

Keyeshime Fipps | Master's in Project Management, 2018

"DeVry gives you that hands on experience... it gives you the confidence to go out into the real world and be successful at whatever job you decide to pursue."

James Clark | MBA in Human Resources, 2021

"My time at DeVry has shown me that if you have the right people around you—who have a mindset that embraces new ideas, and you can have a conversation with them and find the greatness that exists outside your own bubble—then success can absolutely happen."

Wendell Eady | Student — Associate Degree in Information Technology and Networking

"I am happy with everything DeVry and its staff has done for me. I talk about my experience to anyone who'll listen."

FAQs for Online College Students


What types of certificate and degree programs does DeVry offer?

We offer associate, bachelor’s and master’s degree programs as well as undergraduate and graduate certificate programs. Our programs cover an array of topics in business, technology, healthcare, media arts and liberal arts. With a degree or certificate from DeVry, you might pursue careers in areas such as accounting, finance, information technology, project management, cyber security, marketing, medical billing and coding, healthcare administration, networking and more.


Is DeVry University accredited?

Yes. DeVry University is accredited by The Higher Learning Commission (HLC, www.hlcommission.org) and our Keller Graduate School of Management is included in this accreditation. HLC accreditation is recognized by both the U.S. Department of Education and the Council for Higher Education Accreditation. Earning your degree from an accredited university is important because it signifies that DeVry has met high standards of quality and is committed to helping you get the education you deserve.


How can I finance my education?

Scholarships, grants, loans and more – when it comes to financing your education, there are many options to explore. Since each student’s needs are unique, we recommend speaking with a DeVry representative to determine the best solution for you. Earning your degree may be more cost-effective than you might think.


What are online college classes like?

Online college classes offer students the flexibility to study at a time and place that works for you. In most courses, the syllabus is separated into 8 one-week increments, allowing you a full week to complete the work. Each class is taught in our online course platform by a professor who is experienced in their field of study and allows for plenty of peer interaction. You’ll also have access to an array of student resources such as tutoring support, an e-library and career services.


Does DeVry offer credit for prior learning?

Yes. Prior learning credit gives you the opportunity to earn college credit based on your previous qualifying work experience or training. If you think you may have qualifying experience, your Student Support Advisor will work with you to complete the evaluation process.


What are the requirements for transferring to DeVry University?

To enroll at DeVry, you must meet our standard admissions requirements for the program you want to pursue. If you have transfer credits from a previous school, our admissions team can help you submit your transcripts for evaluation. Any qualifying credits can be applied to your new program, potentially saving you time and tuition costs as you complete your degree. Visit our transfer student page to learn more about our transfer credit process and the many community colleges, technical schools and other education institutions that we partner with.


How do I get started?

Contact us today to take the first step and get connected with a representative. Our admissions team will walk you through the process of finding the right program for you, exploring financing options and enrolling in your first class.


Still have questions? View our Online Learning FAQs for more answers.

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Omar Cruz

Chief of Cyber Threat Management, FEMA​ DeVry University ’05 alumnus​

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Being at the forefront of cybersecurity allows me to give back in important ways, to my field and to the American people, and I couldn’t ask for anything more.

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1DeVry University is accredited by The Higher Learning Commission (HLC), www.hlcommission.org. The University’s Keller Graduate School of Management is included in this accreditation.
2Each student is allotted a set number of hours of tutoring per academic session through www.Tutor.com (available 24/7). Additional tutoring services are also available through www.DeVryTutors.com.
*This amount will be determined based on prevailing tuition rates at the time funds are awarded.