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Tuition Assistance and Financial Aid for College.

Making the decision to invest in your education is an exciting first step towards achieving your goals. And we want to help you get there. Our Student Support Advisors are here to guide you through the range of financial aid and cost-saving options you may qualify for, including scholarships, grants, federal financial aid and more. Request information to work with a member of our team or scroll down to explore more.

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Federal financial aid can be essential to helping you afford college. To determine your eligibility, start by completing a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA®) with our step-by-step guide to the application process.

How to Apply for Financial Aid

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Questions about the Financial Aid process? We can help with your FAFSA®—and identify ways to make earning your degree more affordable. Let’s get you on your way to achieving your goals.


Ways to Help Make Your Tuition More Affordable

Scholarships & Grants

Unlike loans, scholarships and grants typically do not have to be repaid. We offer scholarship and grant opportunities for both undergraduate and graduate students in a variety of program areas.

State-funded Programs

In addition to federal opportunities, you may be eligible for state-specific grants or scholarships. Learn more about the scholarship offerings for your state. 

Loans

If you are looking to fill the gap between need-based financial aid and total educational costs, student loans can be a great option. Learn more about federally and privately funded loan options. 

Transfer Credits

Learn about returning to school with previously earned credits. You can request a transcript evaluation to find out how much you can save.

In addition to the options listed above, you may also qualify for employer reimbursement, military benefits or alumni and family tuition savings

Tuition & Expenses

We understand that financing your college education can be overwhelming. That’s why our dedicated support teams—from Admissions to Student Finance and more—are here to guide you along the way. Explore our tuition rates on your own, or complete this brief form and we’ll contact you shortly to discuss your options.  

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Financial Aid FAQs

When you complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA®), the federal government sends your FAFSA® information to the DeVry University Student Finance Office. Our student finance professionals use this information to assess your need based on a federally defined methodology.

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Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA®)

 

What Is Included In a Financial Aid award?

Your personalized financial plan may consist of several types of aid such as grants, loans, scholarships or self-help aid.

When do I need to complete the financial aid process?

Students should apply for financial aid  as soon as possible each year. The FAFSA® is available on October 1st.

How will my financial aid change if i receive a scholarship or grant?

We encourage you to investigate all possibilities for assistance, including outside scholarships from corporations and private organizations and state-funded programs . If you receive such awards, your Financial Aid award may be revised to reduce or remove your loans.

What if I don't qualify for need-based aid?

Students who do not receive need-based financial aid awards are still eligible to apply for other loans, payment plans and parent loans. These are all made available to help families fit tuition payments into their budgets more easily. 

What if my personal or financial information changes after i complete the financial aid process?

Federal regulations allow aid administrators to consider extenuating circumstances when calculating aid eligibility, especially if your situation changes during the application process. If you or your family experiences any of the following, please contact your Student Support Advisor and submit an appeal to your DeVry University Student Central Office.

  1. Death of a parent or spouse
  2. Physical impairment
  3. Divorce or separation
  4. Unusual medical or dental expenses
  5. Recent loss of employment
  6. Dramatic change in income

I applied for financial aid last year, would I need to reapply this year?

Yes, if you choose to explore financial aid as a potential way to pay for your education, you will need to reapply for financial aid every year. Depending on your financial situation, it may differ from year to year.

How do I obtain more information about education tax credits?

You may be eligible for credit that could save you money at tax time. To learn about education tax credits and other tax information for students please visit www.irs.gov.

What happens to my financial aid if I withdraw?

According to federal regulations, a federal refund calculation must be performed if a student withdraws completely from all classes after the start of the enrollment period. For more details, contact your Student Support Advisor or reference the Federal Return of Funds Policy in our academic catalog. 

What happens to my loan if I need to take a semester off?

When a student is unable to attend a term, future disbursements are canceled. You must submit a request to have your loan reinstated to the DeVry University Student Finance Office.

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