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The DeVry University American Airlines Grant Program

DeVry University is offering a grant award of $1,000 for employees who have 180 days (6 months) or more of employment at American Airlines.

The DeVry University American Airlines Grant Program is designed to make it more affordable to earn your degree, and to fuel your future accomplishments on your path through college.

  • Offering an unlimited number of $1,000 grants to eligible American Airlines employees
  • Recipients must be new or readmit1 students who enroll in a degree program at DeVry by the May 2023 session

For details on the American Airlines Grant award, eligibility and restrictions, click here.

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Connect with Your Education Benefits

As a American Airlines employee, you continue to be eligible for the American Airlines partner benefits already available to you, whether or not you are a recipient of one of these grant awards:

  • Partner Group Tuition Rate (25% savings)
  • Complimentary 3-credit hour course at no tuition cost2
  • Waived application fee
  • Deferred billing options
  • Partner benefits extended to dependents3 of qualified employees

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1 Readmit student is defined as a student who has previously attended DeVry University but has not been enrolled in courses during the past 12 months or longer.

2Those interested in a 4-credit-hour course may enroll. 3 credit hours would be complimentary and the student will be responsible for the tuition of the remaining credit hour. Students are responsible for all other fees and charges, including books. Learning Management System (LMS) fees will be waived for students taking only one course, but the LMS fee will be charged if a student takes additional courses. Other restrictions apply, visit devry.edu/American Airlines for more details.

3Dependents who may benefit from family tuition savings include: spouse, biological child, stepchild, legally adopted child, child for whom the employee is a court appointed guardian, child of a domestic partner, and adoptive or biological parents of the eligible employee. Dependents are also defined as a domestic partner in a committed long-term relationship. Neither party can be legally married to other individuals. Dependents are not eligible for the grant.