Education can be one of the smartest investments you can make – and, at DeVry University, can be more affordable than you may think. For starters, our Fixed Tuition Promise eliminates the uncertainty of rising college costs. From the day you start to the day you graduate, your tuition rate will not go up1. Add to that our flexible financing options and $75 million available in need- and merit-based scholarships and grants2, and you’ll be able to start your education with a clear financial plan in place.
The DeVry Student Finance office is dedicated to helping answer questions about the cost of your education and your available financial aid options. You can work one-on-one with a Student Finance Professional to create a personalized financial plan that works for you.
The Career Catalyst Scholarship is a merit-based award offered to new students enrolling in the October 2014 Session at DeVry University. Classes Start Oct. 27.
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You might not know that DeVry University offers millions of dollars in scholarships and grants every year, including $75 million in available funds for the 2014-2015 award year1. These are gifts that you do not have to pay back, and they are available to students residing in both the United States and Canada.2
We have a wide variety of scholarships available. Each DeVry University scholarship has its own unique qualifying criteria. One of our advisors can help you identify scholarship opportunities and complete any necessary applications.
Applicants are encouraged to complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) to identify federal, state and other financial aid that may be available.
You automatically apply for federal grant programs when you complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). Some of the federal grant programs available to qualifying students include:
For many students and parents, loans represent an important resource to help finance educational expenses. Whether federally or privately funded, loans can help fill the gap between need-based financial aid eligibility and total educational costs. In nearly every case, repayment of a loan begins after you graduate or leave DeVry University. Some of the loan programs available to qualifying students include:
Note: Student loans, grants, and scholarships are available to those who qualify.
Learn more about DeVry's tuition and financial aid options here.