Education Options for Military Students

U.S. military personnel serving in any of the five branches of the U.S. Armed Forces (including National Guard and Reserves), and their spouses, are eligible for DeVry University's undergraduate military pricing of $250 per credit hour.

Whether you’re planning to make a career in the military or transition to civilian life, you’ll have a dedicated team of student support advisors and caring professors to support you each step of the way.

Student Services

Whether you are completing your degree online or in a hybrid format, our full range of student services can help provide you with the best possible educational experience. Tools and services include:

  • Academic Advising - If you experience difficulty in a course or have questions about program requirements, our academic advising service will support your efforts to successfully complete your program
  • Financial Assistance - Financial aid, employer education benefits and military pricing are just some of the ways we help make earning your degree more affordable. Financial advisors are available at every location and via phone to help you determine the best way to finance your education
  • Career Services - From one-on-one career planning support to an exclusive job bank, we provide career services and strategies to help you leverage your education and hone your professional edge
  • Administrative Services - Whether you are paying tuition, registering for courses or applying for financial aid, all administrative services can be handled either online or at your campus location. With offices that are staffed during the hours you attend class, we provide the kind of convenient service you need

Stand Out in the Digitally Driven World

The ability to navigate and leverage technology—it can give you the edge you need to help drive business forward and fuel your career. The TechPath approach at DeVry centers on tech-infused education in our Business, Tech and Health programs, to help our graduates stand out in the modern workplace.

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