Ways to Fund Your Education

Unlocking the Door to Higher Education: Get a High-Level Education More Affordably

As a student, navigating the world of higher education can be both exciting and arduous. One of the hurdles is undoubtedly the financial aspect. However, there are many options available to you that can make your educational journey more affordable.2 You can make education significantly more affordable by leveraging scholarships, work-study programs, and grants. Discover how you can use these opportunities in your specific area of study to your advantage.

Scholarships1: Achieve Financial Support for Your Education

Scholarships provide financial support for your education when you apply and qualify that you do not have to repay. They are typically awarded based on various criteria, such as academic achievement, leadership qualities, or community service. Some scholarships are designed for students pursuing a specific field of study. At DeVry, we have several scholarships that align to our programs. To maximize your chances of qualifying for scholarships, apply to as many as possible and ensure your application stands out by highlighting your unique strengths and achievements.2

Work-Study Programs: Earn While You Learn

Work-study programs provide part-time employment for students with financial need, allowing you to earn money to aid your educational expenses. These jobs are often related to your course of study, enhancing your learning experience while helping you finance your education. To qualify for work-study programs, you must complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA)®.3

Federal and State Grants1: The Gift of Education

Grants are like scholarships in that they are financial support that does not need to be repaid. They are typically need-based and can come from the federal government or your state government. The most common type of federal grant is the Pell Grant, which is typically awarded to undergraduate students with significant financial need who apply and qualify.

DeVry Tuition Savings2

DeVry has a dedicated workforce solutions team that assists organizations looking to upskill their team members. If you happen to work for a company that partners with us, there’s a possibility that you could leverage one of our tuition savings options in addition to any tuition assistance programs your employer might offer. At DeVry, we offer various ways to make education more affordable, including scholarships and grants for both new and continuing students. Explore our Scholarships and Grants.  

Tuition Reimbursement and Assistance Programs

Many employers offer tuition reimbursement or tuition assistance programs as part of their benefits package. If you're currently employed, explore whether your employer offers such a program. It could significantly offset the cost of your education.

While the cost of education can seem daunting, many resources can help you manage it. From scholarships and work-study programs to federal/state grants and employer-provided benefits, ample opportunities exist to fund your education if you apply and qualify. So, dive in, do your research, and take full advantage of the financial aid that's available to you.

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Leverage Your Employer’s Tuition Benefits

We support our learners' ambition to succeed and are committed to helping put higher education within reach. Through special partnerships with forward-thinking companies, you may be eligible to earn your undergraduate or graduate degree or certificate with low-to-no tuition debt, from our accredited university*, giving you the edge you’re looking for. If you’re currently employed, consider utilizing your employer’s tuition benefits, including tuition reimbursement and tuition assistance, to help you get closer to achieving your developmental goals more affordably.  

Explore Scholarships and Grants Opportunities

Did you know that unlike loans, scholarships and grants generally do not have to be repaid? At DeVry we are proud to offer a variety of funding options to help make higher education more affordable. From tech to business and beyond, we offer scholarships and grants for college that may help you pay for educational costs. Scholarships and grants can go beyond just benefiting you – eligible family members of DeVry and Keller alumni may receive tuition savings as well.


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    1Student loans, grants and scholarships are available to those who apply and qualify. 

    2Students may participate in only one DeVry University-based scholarship, grant or group tuition benefit program at a time. Those who qualify for more than one program will be presumed to accept the program with the highest reduction in by- session cost. Students who qualify for and prefer a different tuition benefit program must confirm, in writing, the alternate program in which they wish to participate prior to starting classes at DeVry. Scholarship and grant terms and eligibility conditions are subject to change. Scholarships are available to those who apply and qualify. Click here (link to scholarship page) for more information.

    3FAFSA® and NSLDS® are registered trademarks of the U.S. Department of Education