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About DeVry University and Keller Graduate School of Management

We're On a Mission

DeVry University strives to close our society’s opportunity gap by preparing learners to thrive in careers shaped by continuous technological change. Through innovative programs, relevant partnerships and exceptional care, we empower students to meaningfully improve their lives, communities and workplaces.

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Whether you know exactly where you're heading, or you're still planning your next steps, it all starts with a simple conversation. Let’s talk.

We’re Helping to Close the Workforce Gap

This gap is only widening as careers are dramatically reshaped by continuous technological change, and businesses are vying for tech-fluent talent to help pave the way forward in a digitized economy.

Why is DeVry the solution to help close this workforce gap? With a deep understanding of the modern world of work, DeVry makes a tech-empowered education accessible to learners. Especially to those who otherwise might not find success, and we prepare them for the future to help meet the needs of today’s digital-forward business landscape. We aim to accomplish this as a pioneering tech educator of adult learners, with a unique focus on innovation, student care, accountability and strategic business partnerships.

Operating with Accountability at a Higher Standard

We have embraced a set of Accountability Principles to support our Mission and hold ourselves publicly accountable for doing what’s best for our students. Our Accountability Principles are focused on four areas:

Tom Monahan

Tom Monahan

President and CEO, DeVry University


From our inception we’ve sought to give ambitious students the skills and education necessary to thrive in a world where technology continually remakes work. That mission has never been more important or urgent, and we at DeVry are determined to build an institution that delivers the highest value in higher ed to our learners and our partners.” – Tom Monahan, President and CEO, DeVry University.


DeVry is Committed to Our Students and the highest standards of quality for a well-rounded education:

Committed to Affordability

During the 2020-2021 award year, DeVry University assisted students by awarding more than $57 million in student financial assistance*** through partner tuition savings, institutional scholarships and university grants.

***Data is inclusive of all partner tuition savings, institutional scholarships and grants for the period for July 1, 2020 to June 30, 2021.

Accredited And Recognized

DeVry University has met rigorous standards of quality – and it's just one of the many ways we’re committed to providing learners with the education they deserve. That's why we're proud to be accredited1 by the Higher Learning Commission, the same accreditor of many of the top universities in the country.

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

Voted as One of America's Top Online Colleges

DeVry University is honored to be recognized as one of America's Top Online Colleges by students who have taken courses or earned degrees online in a ranking by Newsweek in partnership with Statista.

We Put Students First

Meeting Students Where They Are, To Help Get to Where They're Going

Through our forward-thinking and innovation, DeVry prepares adult learners for new opportunities, regardless of whether they attend classes online or in a hybrid format at one of our campus locations. Student success is our priority from their very first interaction, through graduation and beyond. We encourage them to conquer their educational goals with professional and personal development through student services, consistent faculty engagement and more.

More About DeVry's History

From our founding in 1931 by Dr. Herman DeVry, DeVry University has been an innovator in higher education, characterized by a laser focus on enabling students with tech-forward skills. Skills that may be necessary to help individuals flourish in their careers and for organizations that hire DeVry graduates to thrive in their markets. See how DeVry has been on the forefront of transformation since our inception:


DeVry’s Digital Care Engine (DCE) is awarded the 2022 CIO 100 Award. Our DCE was created to reach students with the right message at the right moment, ensuring they have access to the right resources at the time they need them.


The University’s accreditation is reaffirmed by the Higher Learning Commission for academic quality for a period of 20 years.1


A series of tech essentials certificates are launched to help students in their pursuit to learn future-ready skills and help corporate partners skill their workforce.


DeVry University is acquired by Cogswell Education, LLC to further develop our unique and important role in the education space. This acquisition meant new ownership, a new board of trustees and a new leadership team, all focused on putting students first.


The University’s accreditation, first granted in 2002, is reaffirmed by the Higher Learning Commission1, signaling that DeVry meets key standards used to evaluate colleges for their focus on quality, student support, transfer of qualifying credits and more.


DeVry University becomes an official education provider of Team USA.


Keller Center for Corporate Learning, now known as DeVryWorks, is created as a business unit that provides talent development, skills-gap training and talent acquisition to employee partners.


DeVry Institute of Technology and Keller Graduate School of Management merge to become DeVry University. The university is accredited by The Higher Learning Commission.


Business Administration becomes DeVry’s first bachelor’s degree program offered online.


DeVry begins offering online programs.


Keller acquires DeVry from Bell and Howell, joining the two schools to form the parent organization of DeVry Inc., now known as Adtalem Global Education.


DeVry earns regional accreditation from North Central Association.


Degree programs are expanded to Accounting, Business Administration and  Network and Communications Management.


Computer Science for Business becomes DeVry’s second bachelor’s level program (now called Computer Information Systems).


Keller earns accreditation from North Central Association of Colleges and Schools.


The Keller Graduate School of Management is founded by Dennis Keller and Ronald Taylor, former DeVry teachers.


The first bachelor’s degree program is offered in electronics engineering technology.


DeVry Technical Institute is renamed DeVry Institute of Technology.


DeVry Technical Institute is acquired by Bell and Howell.


DeVry offers its first associate degree program, in Electronics Engineering Technology.


DeVry’s associate degree program in electronics engineering technology is accredited by the Technology Accreditation Commission of the Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology (TAC of ABET).


DeForest Training, Inc. becomes DeVry Technical Institute.


DeVry receives the Army-Navy “E” award for its production of motion picture sound equipment.


During WWII, DeForest’s Training school is selected by the United States to educate Army Air Corps instructors on electronic devices and becomes one of the first schools to be approved under the G.I. Bill.


Dr. Herman DeVry and Dr. Lee DeForest (inventor of the vacuum tube) open DeForest’s Training, Inc., a DeVry School, in Chicago to prepare students for technical careers in electronics, motion pictures, radio and later, television.


Dr. DeVry established the DeVry Summer School of Visual Instruction.  Educators came to the school to learn about the motion pictures and how the technology could be adapted to learning.


Dr. DeVry’s portable projector shows the first in-flight movie.


Dr. DeVry founded DeVry Corporation, which manufactured 35mm and 16mm motion picture projection equipment. The projectors  become standard technology in U.S. schools nationwide. Dr. DeVry also founded the DeForest Training Institute in Chicago, known today as DeVry.


Dr. Herman DeVry invents the “Theater in a Suitcase,” a 35mm portable silent motion picture project. This Model E projector launches his career as an entrepreneur in the motion picture business and ultimately shifts the education technology paradigm.

DeVry Scholars Programs for Creating a Diverse Workforce

What Students & Alumni Can Expect from DeVry

Students today are balancing competing life demands with personal education goals. We’re hyper focused on helping both our students and alumni realize a return on their investment in education, not only during their academic journey, but also beyond graduation and across their careers. DeVry University puts students first by providing a focus on:


  • Robust Digital Learning Platform
  • Convenient Mobile App
  • Ability to Study Online or On Campus
  • Virtual Library Services
  • Classes Starting Every 8 Weeks


  • 24/7 On-Demand Tutoring2
  • Academic Advising
  • Dedicated Student Support Teams
  • One-On-One Faculty Guidance
  • Tuition & Financial Aid Advising

Personal Development

  • Resume Support
  • Career Services
  • Internship & Hiring Events
  • Student Clubs
  • Networking Opportunities

Being a Resource Beyond Graduation

The level of care we show students continues even after they have their degree in hand. Through our Alumni Association, DeVry and Keller alumni have access to career-focused resources, tuition savings benefits, connections and other benefits through graduation and beyond.

Career Compact

Through Alumni Career Compact, alumni have access to job leads from DeVry’s employer partners, self-guided learning resources and alumni webinars and personalized career support from our career advisors.

Supporting Businesses in Today’s Quest for Top Talent

Higher education institutions must work closely with the business community to develop and implement curriculum that better provides students with the skills and competencies necessary to enter the workforce and thrive in careers. At DeVry, we’re leading the way on how colleges and universities should interact and support businesses, so that together, we can help close opportunity gaps:

  • We collaborate with academic advisory councils that focus on industry relevance, thought leadership and alignment of our academic programs with skills that align with an industry-agnostic and tech-forward future.
  • By collaborating with complementary education providers and local chambers, our University Partnership teams leverage 100+ meaningful partnerships that empower underrepresented learners to gain the skills to thrive in tech careers.
  • DeVryWorks currently has 100+ corporate partners who use our talent development and skills gap solutions to attract, retain and engage their workforce.

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1DeVry University is accredited by The Higher Learning Commission (HLC), www.hlcommission.org.
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.