DeVry serves all branches of the military, veterans and their spouses and dependents*
In 2018, over 650,000 veterans used military benefits to pursue higher education across the nation.1 You too can pursue your academic goals.
Going to college after the military or as an active duty military member can help you build on your already learned skills from the military. Prepare to create your post-military career with a degree in hand from DeVry.
DeVry University has been educating America's military personnel and the Veteran community, as well as their spouses and families, for decades. Visit the links below to learn more about how you can zero in on an accessible, affordable education that’s built around serving you.
Quick Links for Military and Veterans
DeVry is committed to supporting you throughout your educational journey. Find information on your branch of service and the resources we are proud to provide to you and your family.
As a Military Friendly College, Accreditation Matters
DeVry is honored to be a military-friendly online college that is accredited2 by the Higher Learning Commission.
**The Society for Human Resource Management has acknowledged DeVry University as an affiliate of their organization.
DeVry is proud to be named a Yellow Ribbon School.
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.
Attend Class from Anywhere in the World
Our online programs make earning your degree while serving in the military or as a military Veteran a goal that's within reach. You can complete a flexible online program, or you can take courses at any of our convenient locations across the country. Should you be relocated, your education moves with you. Learn more about our online degree programs today.
Military Tuition Rates and Education Benefits for Veterans
Learn more about the cost of education for active duty military and Veterans including military organization partnerships that may offer you or your family additional benefits and resources while you study at DeVry.Learn more about military tuition assistance
College Planning Resources for Military Students and Veterans
Use the College Scorecard to assist you in evaluating options when selecting a school.
The College Navigator is a tool that provides school information including tuition and fees, retention and graduation rates, use of financial aid and student loan default rates. It also features a cost calculator and school comparison tool.
Financial Aid Shopping Sheet
Designed to simplify the information that prospective students receive about costs and financial aid, the Financial Aid Shopping Sheet lets you easily compare military friendly colleges and make informed decisions about where to attend school.
Paying for College
Use Paying for College to enter the names of up to three schools and receive detailed financial information on each one or enter actual financial aid award information.
Hear from DeVry Military Students
"Earning my degree from DeVry has helped me achieve my goals by being the example younger generations in my family can look up to. That is my overall goal in getting this degree, is to be an inspiration to others. My advice I would give to others is, if you are thinking about it, go for it. I was in the Navy with no other plans, and I hopped right into school and have been doing pretty well. Never let doubt hold you back from something that will change your life". - Leo Gatlin, Alumni, Bachelor’s in Information Technology and Networking – Cyber Security Specialization, 2021.
Note: The appearance of U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) visual information does not imply or constitute DoD endorsement.
2DeVry 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.