Earning a degree can open the door to new career choices and increase your earning potential. At DeVry University, we're committed to helping you find financial aid that's right for you. Whether it's with the help of scholarships, student loans or grants, an undergraduate education is within your reach.
All DeVry University students have a support team committed to their academic and career success as well as to their financial awareness. We're with you every step of the way. DeVry provides lifetime Career Services support which means no matter where you are in your career, DeVry is here to help you prepare for your next move.
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By earning your degree with DeVry, you have an opportunity at a best in class career outcome: In 2012, 90% of DeVry University associate and bachelor’s degree grads actively seeking employment had careers in their field within six months of graduation.1
You might not know that DeVry University offers millions of dollars in scholarships and grants every year, including $45 million in available funds for the 2013-2014 school year. 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. To qualify for a DeVry University Scholarship, you must first meet the following criteria:
In addition, 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 all of these federal grant programs when you complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA).
Awarded to students who do not already have a bachelor's degree based upon the number of hours enrolled and the Federal Pell Grant program regulations.
Awarded "first-come, first-served" to students who are also receiving the Federal Pell Grant and who don't already have a bachelor's degree.
The Federal Work Study (FWS) Program provides funding to DeVry University for jobs that enable students to earn money to help pay for school. Your financial need determines whether you qualify for these jobs and the maximum amount you can earn each year. Visit your DeVry University Student Finance Office for more information on this program.
The Yellow Ribbon GI Education Enhancement Program (Yellow Ribbon Program) is a provision of the Post-9/11 Veterans Educational Assistance Act of 2008, also known as the Post-9/11 GI Bill or Chapter 33. The Yellow Ribbon Program allows DeVry University to enter into a voluntary agreement with the Department of Veterans Affairs to contribute funds to our veterans' unmet tuition and fee charges when their tuition and fees charges exceed the maximum amount payable under Chapter 33. The program allows DeVry University to contribute an amount up to 50 percent of veterans' unmet costs; the Department of Veterans Affairs will match the amount. For additional information visit our Military Tuition page or contact your DeVry University Student Finance Office.
Awarded to students that have completed military service and have been honorably discharged. For more information, contact your DeVry University Student Finance Office.
This grant is available to all students who are called to active duty during the course of their studies. For more information contact your DeVry University Student Finance Office.
In response to September 11, 2001, DeVry University established a full-tuition grant program for the surviving dependents of rescue workers, civil servants, and military personnel killed by injuries sustained that day in the line of duty.
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.
Federal Direct Stafford Loans are low-interest loans that offer in-school deferment for students enrolled at least half-time. Loan amounts are based dependency status and the number of credit hours enrolled toward your DeVry degree. Eligible students borrow directly from the U.S. Department of Education.
A Federal Perkins Loan is a low-interest (5 percent) loan for eligible students who demonstrate exceptional financial need. DeVry University is the lender, and the loan is made with government funds. You must repay this loan.
Federal PLUS Loans are credit-based loans for eligible students who are enrolled at least half-time. For undergraduate students, the PLUS borrower must be one of the student's parents. For graduate students, the PLUS borrower is the student. PLUS loans are non-need based and loan amounts are based on the student's unmet cost of attendance.
Private loans are bank loans for educational expenses and are not insured by the government.
Private loans are made by a bank or lender (not the U.S. Department of Education), and many programs allow students to borrow up to the cost of attendance minus any financial aid received (including federal student loans). Terms of repayment vary depending upon the lending institution.
Lenders may perform a credit check to determine credit worthiness (income, employment, residency, etc.) before approving these loans. Some students may need a co-signer.
Note: Financial aid is available to those who qualify.