Building the Learning Experience Around our Students
Advisors also ensure students understand their financial plan, including all appropriate and accurate documentation along the way that supports the financial status and progress of their academic accomplishments. They possess accurate knowledge of the university, state, and federal financial aid policies, guidelines, and regulations and help students figure out payment plan options, billing issues or other concerns that might come up during the process or school year.
Inspire for Advisors
Inspire for Advisors is a predictive analytics technology that signals advisors when a student is being challenged in their education path. When the software identifies at-risk students, advisors can be proactive in their outreach and work with the students who need them most, before challenges set in.
Although DeVry does not guarantee employment, Career Services supports DeVry students and alumni within job search planning, career development and employment search.
Students and alumni can engage in one-on-one career coaching sessions and receive assistance with a variety of job search topics including resume development, interview preparation, networking and career advancement.
Career Services also offers many online tools, including an online career portal for students that contains additional job search resources and employment opportunities. Additionally, Career Services hosts virtual events throughout the year including employer webinars and virtual career fairs to engage both students and employers.
Onsite and Online Tutoring
Students can schedule one-on-one sessions with professional tutors and submit papers for review through TutorSource. They can get in-depth writing support, including tutorials and APA resources, from The Writing Source.
Online Library – 24/7 access
The DeVry University Library system has a comprehensive career-focused and program-specific collection with more than 110,000 e-book titles and 67,000 periodicals available online, including a vast selection of technology and business books, peer-reviewed professional journals and more.
Other student resources:
- 24/7 technical support.
- ASPIRE Student Assistance Program – a program designed to help students overcome obstacles and achieve success both in and outside of the classroom. Provided at no additional charge, ASPIRE includes a wide range of support services, such as legal and financial counseling, housing referrals, and resources related to living arrangements, childcare and more, to help students manage daily life needs.
- Servicemembers Opportunity Colleges – DeVry University is a part of the Servicemembers Opportunity Colleges (SOC) Degree Network System (DNS). As part of the DNS, DeVry adheres to academic policies intended to support all military students in their academic endeavors toward degree completion.
- Disability Services – students requesting accommodations can work directly with our Office of Student Disability Services and an Accommodation Coordinator to have accommodation requests reviewed.
- Clubs and Organizations – from professional organizations that align with their studies to honors societies, DeVry offers a wide range of activities and organizations that students can participate in. Availability may vary by location.