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  • Why Access, Education and Support are Vital to Close the Gender Gap in Tech Careers

    NAPERVILLE, Ill - February 5, 2023

    While women make up approximately half of the U.S. workforce, they are critically underrepresented in the technology sector, making up a meager 28% of the industry. These numbers are even lower for women of color seeking opportunities in the field, with only 3% of computing-related jobs being filled by African American women, 6% by Asian women and 2% by Hispanic women.

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  • DeVry University Releases First Annual Impact Report

    NAPERVILLE, Ill - January 16, 2023

    DeVry University released today its first annual Impact Report, which shares DeVry University’s impact on our students, corporate partners, the economy and communities. The report closely examines the current state of higher education and how DeVry’s unique approach is helping to drive better outcomes and close the opportunity gap for diverse, underserved learners.

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  • DeVry University Welcomes Public Policy and Workforce Development Leaders Jane Oates and Max Stier to Board of Trustees

    WASHINGTON, D.C. - January 11, 2023

    DeVry University has appointed Jane Oates, president of WorkingNation and Partnership for Public Service’s President and CEO, Max Stier to  

    its Board of Trustees to help govern DeVry as an education leader and fulfill its mission to close society’s opportunity gap through increased access to education, relevant partnerships and unmatched support to traditional and nontraditional students. 

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  • UNCF Partners with DeVry University to Help 42 Students of Color Gain Work-Ready Skills More Quickly

    WASHINGTON, D.C. - December 19, 2022

    DeVry University and UNCF (United Negro College Fund) joined forces to help students of color earn skill-based credentials in eight to 18 months. This unique partnership was designed to provide access to DeVry’s certificate programs, preparing students with the skills and resources to help them succeed in today’s digital economy.

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  • How Technology Advancements Aid Student Progress in Critical Subjects

    Naperville, Ill - December 13, 2022

    The pandemic highlighted the critical need for academic curricula that is flexible and individualized. For core subjects like math and science, this became even more important to ensure that students can grasp what they are being taught.

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  • DeVry University Ascends to No. 6 in Newsweek’s America’s Top Online Colleges 2023

    Naperville, Ill - December 6, 2022

    DeVry University has been ranked sixth out of 200 colleges and universities in Newsweek’s list of America’s Top Online Colleges in 2023. The prestigious award, presented by Newsweek and Statista, highlights the nation’s top higher education institutions with online degrees.  

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Hessy Fernandez

Director of Public Relations