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  • 4 Considerations for Continued Education in Today's Economy

    Today's economic and business environments are incredibly complex. Inflation is at a record high, supply chain disruptions continue to riddle companies and consumers, and while many organizations are still saying there's a talent shortage, others are considering layoffs. Yet, workers can navigate this uncertainty and position themselves well in a rapidly evolving marketplace by pursuing continued education to broaden their skills. Organizations should keep these four considerations in mind.

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  • DeVry Helps Address Transfer Credit Challenge with Seamless Pathway for Community College Students

    DeVry University is announcing its Transfer Advantage60 Pledge, which will help community college graduates in transferring their credits and continue their education. Specifically, the pledge with our partner community colleges will allow DeVry to block transfer the 60 credit hours community college graduates earned from their qualifying associates degree that will enable them to pursue a bachelor’s degree in Business Administration, Accounting or Technical Management.

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  • DeVry University Advantage Academy Receives Clayton Board of Education Services Award

    DeVry University Advantage Academy received the Clayton County Board of Education Outstanding Services Award. This recognition highlights DeVry University’s partnership with Riverdale High School in Riverdale, Ga., and their unwavering commitment to providing access and opportunity to high school students.

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  • U.S. Paralympic Champion Jessica Long to Address Graduates at DeVry University Commencements

    U.S. Paralympic medalist Jessica Long will deliver the keynote address at DeVry University's and its Keller Graduate School of Management commencement ceremonies on Sunday, June 12. Long will address the more than 1,000 DeVry and Keller graduates being conferred at the Schaumburg Convention Center in Schaumburg, Ill. at 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. 

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  • DeVry University Leaning in to Close Diversity Gap In Technology-Driven Careers

    Naperville, Ill. - Jan. 18, 2022 - The divide in workforce equity persists as labor forces are being dramatically reshaped by continuous technological change, making tech-fluency all the more vital to help close that gap. DeVry University is committed to being a part of that solution through the launch of its NextGen Hispanic Scholars Program, which is designed to help Hispanic, Latino and Latina students overcome tech skills barriers and become workforce-ready by graduation.

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  • DeVry University Professor Named as Fulbright Specialist

    Naperville, Ill. - Jan. 12, 2022 - DeVry University Professor Mike Reitzel, Ph.D., was recently named a Fulbright Specialist, a program within the U.S. Department of State for U.S. academics and established professionals. As a Fulbright Specialist, Reitzel will travel overseas to engage in project-based exchanges at assigned “host” companies, serving as an expert consultant on critical projects.

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Hessy Fernandez

Director of Public Relations