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College Tuition & Expenses

You’re taking the first steps towards advancing your purpose-driven education in the pursuit of your dream career. DeVry University strives to prepare learners like you to thrive through our innovative programs, relevant partnerships and exceptional care—and is committed to student affordability. Learn about financial assistance options that may be available to you. From start to finish, our teams will help you.

Understand Tuition Costs

Resources are available to you as a DeVry student and beyond graduation. Tuition covers your program, but also provides you access to Career Services, technology to help prep you for real-world business settings, 24/7 tutoring1 and more.

Explore Scholarship and Grant Opportunities to Help Make Your Education More Affordable

Learn more about possible financial aid options. Connect with a student support advisor to learn about scholarships and grants available to you to help you cover the cost of some college expenses.

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Apply for Financial Aid and Develop a Repayment Plan

Your Student Support Advisor works one-on-one with you throughout your entire academic journey and can help you know exactly what to expect. They’ll break down the total cost of the program with full transparency and outline tuition and expenses. More than that, they’ll provide a step-by-step estimated financial plan tailored to your financial situation so you not only know where your money is going, but you can budget accordingly to help make your pursuit of an education a reality.

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What's Included in My College Tuition & Fees?

As a DeVry student and alum, you get access to a variety of resources to help with your academic journey today and as you make your way into your career. You become part of a student community of like-minded, lifelong learners and faculty who strive to see you succeed. Here are just a handful of things that are included at no additional cost:

Flexibility
  • Robust Digital Learning Platform

  • Convenient Mobile App

  • Ability to Study Online or On Campus

  • Virtual Library Services

  • Classes Starting Every 8 Weeks

Support
  • 24/7 On-Demand Tutoring1

  • Academic Advising

  • Dedicated Student Support Teams

  • One-On-One Faculty Guidance

  • Tuition & Financial Aid Advising

Personal Development
  • Resume Support

  • Career Services

  • Internship and Hiring Events

  • Student Clubs

  • Networking Opportunities

Tuition Cost and Resources

Every individual’s financial situation at DeVry is different, which is why your Student Support Advisors can help provide you a customized plan and walk you through the resources to help make college a smart investment for you. With a breakdown of all costs associated with your specific program, you’ll get an in-depth understanding of just where your money goes and how your investment will help your pursuit of your academic and professional goals.

Tuition Cost Per Credit Hour for Undergraduate Degree and Certificate Programs
New Students

$514

per credit hour

Active Duty Military and Spouses

$250

per credit hour

Corporate and Government Partners
Tuition Cost Per Credit Hour for Graduate Degree and Certificate Programs
 
New Students

$776

per credit hour

Active Duty Military and Spouses

$575

per credit hour

Corporate and Government Partners
Alumni

15% Tuition Savings*

per credit hour

Keller CPA Exam Prep Coursework

New Students: $776

per credit hour

Active Duty Military & Spouses: $443

per credit hour

Cost of Attendance

Your cost of attendance (COA) is an ESTIMATE of the expenses you may encounter while attending DeVry University. Your COA includes direct expenses such as  tuition and fees, books, course materials supplies, and equipment, and indirect expenses such as living expenses, transportation and other miscellaneous personal expenses associated with your DeVry University education.

Although the actual cost of attending DeVry University varies depending on your particular circumstances, the University bases your financial aid on your estimated COA. The chart on the right outlines an estimated COA for a full-time standard tuition undergraduate student’s academic year. The COA will vary based on your enrollment status and tuition rate.

Tuition and Fees

$17,088

 

Books, course materials, supplies, and equipment

$700

 

Living Expenses

$16,716

 

Transportation

$2,604

 

Misc. Living Expenses

$5,104

Total Estimated COA  

$42,212

As another option to help you estimate how much financial aid you can expect to help cover your expenses—see our Net Price Calculator.

Net Price Calculator

Get a clearer view of the cost of your education with this handy online tool. Estimate tuition and financial aid, and if you'd like, follow up with our Student Finance  team to discuss your options.

Tuition and Expenses FAQs

What is included in college tuition?

College tuition charges cover the cost per credit hour you are enrolled in for that session.

Additionally, as a student at DeVry, you have access to the following benefits:

  • 24/7 On-demand live tutoring1
  • One-on-one faculty support
  • 24/7 digital library
  • Academic & financial advising
  • Certified career coaches and resume writers2
  • Internship and hiring events
  • Access to job leads
  • Self-assessment tools

Is college tuition per session or year?

At DeVry, tuition is billed on a session-by-session or credit hour basis. A full year of classes will coincide with 6 sessions. Financial aid is disbursed to eligible students each session between weeks 2 and 5.

Does anyone pay full price for college?

recent study by the National Association of College and University Business Officers (NACUBO) found that only about one in four full-time undergraduate students paid tuition without any financial assistance, grants or scholarships as part of their degree program costs last year.

DeVry is committed to providing greater access to education, which is why we offer grants and scholarship opportunities to our eligible students. Speak with a Student Support Advisor to learn more about financial aid options that may be available to you.

How do most students pay for college?

There are many ways to make higher education more affordable for students. Scholarships, grants, transfer credits and prior learning credits may all help reduce the cost of tuition for eligible students.

For more information on financial aid options that may be available to you, visit our Financial Aid page.

What are the major college expenses for students?

The major college expenses for students include:

  • Tuition: The fee charged by a school for instruction. Tuition can vary depending on factors such as location, subject area and type of institution.
  • Books and Supplies: Reading materials/tools required by your instructor or professor.
  • Equipment: Technology required to complete coursework, i.e., a computer. For specific programs at DeVry, students will receive a complimentary laptop for educational purposes.3 Speak with an advisor to learn more.
  • Transportation: The costs associated with traveling to and from your campus location if you are not a 100% online student.

Are my tuition and expenses different if I attend online vs. on-campus?

At DeVry, the cost of tuition is the same regardless of whether you attend classes online or on-campus.

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1Each student is allotted 13 hours of tutoring per academic session through www.Tutor.com (available 24/7). Additional tutoring services are also available through www.DeVryTutors.com.
2Our Certified University Career Coaches are certified by The Academies (www.theacademies.com). Our Certified Professional Résumé Writers are certified by the Professional Association of Résumé Writers and Career Coaches (https://parwcc.com/page/CPRW).
3As part of this program, one complimentary laptop is provided to students enrolled in the Associate in Information Technology and Networking, Associate in Engineering Technology, Associate in Network Systems Administration, Bachelor’s in Information Technology and Networking, Bachelor’s in Software Development, Bachelor’s in Engineering Technology, Bachelor’s in Network and Communications Management and Bachelor’s in Computer Information Systems. The laptop is issued during the student's second session. Certain restrictions apply
*For students enrolling in Keller Graduate School of Management starting November 2016 session and beyond, 20% off of the prevailing tuition rate per credit hour for alumni who already hold a bachelor's degree or higher from DeVry University or its Keller Graduate School of Management. For students who began September 2016 session and prior, $651 per credit hour for alumni who already hold a bachelor's degree or higher from DeVry University or its Keller Graduate School of Management.