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Advancing Ambition

Let’s Close the Opportunity Gap and Open a New Future

DeVry University strives to close our society’s opportunity gap and address emerging talent needs 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.

Just 29% of tech workers are women1

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Companies with diverse executive teams are 33% more likely to outperform their peers on profitability2

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Advancing Futures

DeVry is committed to helping close the opportunity gap and address emerging talent needs in tech by educating diverse learners and focusing on our own hiring efforts.


Within DeVry University, female-identifying colleagues make up 57% of our workforce and African American colleagues make up 18%; Hispanic colleagues make up only 8%. While we're proud of our efforts, we know there's still a lot of work to be done. 


You can join us in this commitment by hiring a diverse tech workforce, especially the skilled graduates of our Scholars Programs, or by becoming a scholar yourself. Let’s close the opportunity gap in tech and chart a new course.



8% of tech workers are Hispanic1

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DeVry Scholars Programs

We believe in access to higher education for all

Through DeVry’s NextGen HispanicTM, Women+TechTM and Future Cyber DefendersTM Scholars Programs, we’re helping empower more equitable opportunities.

Women+Tech Scholars ProgramTM
NextGen Hispanic Scholars ProgramTM
Future Cyber Defenders Scholars ProgramTM

9% of tech workers are African American1

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Help Close the Gap

Whether you’re a student interested in tech, or an industry partner looking to diversify teams, get started below. You can advocate for change on your social networks, learn how to implement new practices, or enroll in a DeVry Scholars Program.



Advance your team with DeVryWorks

Business leaders have a unique opportunity to attract, retain and grow talent with a tax-deductible6 tuition benefits program. Our consultants can help you build career pathways to develop your future leaders and remain competitive.

DeVry Scholars Programs

Our DeVry NextGen HispanicTM, Women+TechTM and Future Cyber DefendersTM Scholars Programs are helping underrepresented communities prepare to pursue tech careers. Gain access to hands-on learning, mentorships and more.

The Hispanic Promise

The Hispanic Promise is the first-of-its-kind national pledge to hire, promote, retain, and celebrate Hispanics in the workplace. Learn how your company can become a signatory of The Hispanic Promise.

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68% of business leaders report a lack of diversity in their tech workforce2
Companies with diverse executive teams are 33% more likely to outperform their peers on profitability5
70% of job seekers are attracted to work for a company that demonstrates a commitment to diversity and inclusion4

1 “Labor Force Statistics from the Current Population Survey.” 2022. U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. January 20, 2022.

2 Wiley. (2022). Diversity in Tech 2021 U.S. Report. Retrieved January 19, 2023, from

3 Conway, Michael, Kweilin Ellingrud, Tracy Nowski, and Renee Wittemyer. 2018. “Closing the Tech Gender Gap through Philanthropy and Corporate Social Responsibility.” McKinsey & Company. September 12, 2018.

4 The Manifest. 2020. “70% of Job Seekers Value a Company’s Commitment to Diversity When Evaluating Potential Employers.” Cision PR Newswire, June 18, 2020.

5 Lamano, Givelle. 2021. “Three Tips For Boosting Business Profits: How Investing In Diversity Increases Profitability.” Forbes, December 20, 2021.

6 Publication 970 (2022), Tax Benefits for Education. (2022). In Internal Revenue Service. Department of the Treasury.

* Thomas, Rachel, Marianne Cooper, Ellen Konar, Ali Bohrer, Ava Mohsenin, Areina Yee, Alexis Krivkovich, Irina Starikova, Jess Huang, and Delia Zanoschi. 2019. “Women in the Workplace.” 2019.

* Griffiths, Sian, Petra Kubalcikova, Gayatri Shenai, Cathy Wright, and Adriana Gascoigne. 2022. “Repairing the Broken Rung on the Career Ladder for Women in Technical Roles.” McKinsey & Company. March 21, 2022.