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Tuition Savings Guide: Navigating Educational Costs

When it comes to education, one of the biggest barriers that students face can be the cost of tuition. This financial wall can often be the decider of dreams, limiting opportunities for personal and professional growth. However, there are many options available to you that can make your educational journey more affordable. Discover how you can use these opportunities in your specific area of study to your advantage.

Understanding the True Cost of Education

Education costs more than just the tuition you see upfront. You also often have book costs, technology fees and other administration costs. That's where saving money on tuition helps. It can provide some extra support to ease the financial stress while helping you reach your academic goals.

Tailoring Financial Solutions for Every Student

At DeVry University, we understand that each student comes with unique financial needs and academic aspirations. Whether you're a first-time college student, a transfer student, or a working professional looking to upskill, we will work with you to better understand the financial solutions available to you to help manage the cost of educational expenses. From scholarships and grants to tuition savings and employer tuition benefits, our aim is to make higher education more financially accessible to everyone looking to pursue it.1

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The first step to reducing the cost of education is understanding what’s available, so let's dive in!

Available Tuition and Fee Savings for College 

DeVry's Tuition Savings Guide is designed to help you understand the options that can help make your degree more affordable . This guide also explores many savings options designed to lower the financial barriers to obtaining a higher education. Here’s a brief overview of what’s covered:

Employer tuition benefits

For those already in the workforce, your employer may hold the key to unlocking substantial savings. Often, this translates to tuition assistance or reimbursement for education-related expenses, many employers offering at least $5250 in tuition benefits to eligible employees per year. 

State grants and federal loans

Students can explore state-funded programs and loans, which can act as supplementary resources in the quest for more affordable education. DeVry can provide guidance and support in unraveling the complex web of financial aid, helping you make an informed decision that benefits your educational journey.

Alumni benefits

An alumni’s relationship with DeVry doesn't expire on graduation day. Alumni are invited to enjoy a range of exclusive benefits, including savings for continuing education and potential savings for eligible dependents. What that could mean is if you have a qualifying  family member who graduated from DeVry or Keller, you could leverage their Alumni Tuition Savings through our Family Education Benefit Program. 

Prior learning credits and beyond

Our teaching philosophy at DeVry is deeply rooted in the value of lifelong learning and the recognition that education extends beyond the traditional classroom. Students are encouraged to leverage their previous educational experiences and workplace endeavors to potentially claim credits that may help fast-track their academic progress.2

Looking Ahead

To discover more about these opportunities and make an informed decision on your educational journey, download the full Tuition Savings Guide here.

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    1Student loans, grants and scholarships are available to those who apply and qualify. Students 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 for more information.
    2Applicability of qualifying credit may be limited by programmatic accreditation and/or state requirements.