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3 out of 5
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Degree: Science, Technology and Society
Graduation Year: 2006

Graduated from DeVry in 2006 with an Bachelor of Science Degree in CET and landed an job right away as an Circuit Board Technician. Since graduating from DeVry I have chosen to take the traditional education route by earning an associate’s degree in Mathematics as well as a second associate’s degree in Engineering Science at the local community college and will be graduating with a Bachelor of Science degree in Electrical Engineering this may 2016. For me DeVry was on pretty good choice, but I was unable to get an upper level professional position with just having a DeVry degree. I would recommend the traditional schooling route and save you a lot of money. A DeVry degree will get your foot in the door for most companies, but it certainly should not be considered as the final step to your education, but this was my personal experience and it will be different for everybody.... at the end of the day DeVry was an good starting point for my career.

5 out of 5
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Degree: Business Administration and Management, General
Graduation Year: 2016

I was in the Business Management Program with a concentration on Technical management The professors and staff here at DeVry University in Westminster Colorado are the best. If you need anything or just need to talk because you are so overwhelmed whether at school or at home there doors are always open 24/7. The Aspire program is the best because I used it and it is a great tool that DeVry has to help the students. Go attend DeVry University it is well worth it.

5 out of 5
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Degree: Hospitality Administration/Management, Other
Graduation Year: 2016

I am very very satisfied with choosing DeVry University. I have received exceptional professional assistance from everyone I came in contact with. I didn't know what I was doing at first, I was scared to take that first step. I did and the caring staff walked me all the way to graduation day. I am proud of myself and I am very thankful for the exceptional support I received. We can all do it with the right support, but remember you have to do your part!

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4 out of 5
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Degree: Marketing/Marketing Management, General
Graduation Year: 2016

Excellent program for motivated people with more than one thing going on. You get what you put in and more! The advising staff was diligent and responsive to my needs. The credits are reasonably priced. I chose Devry initially because it's an online school everyone has at least heard of. Now I'm happy I did because they made getting my bachelor's pretty painless and took all my old credits from Albion College.

5 out of 5
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Degree: Human Resources Management and Services, Other
Graduation Year: 2017

DeVry teaches you the best tool you need for your goals. The professors are committed in helping you to the last effort of making sure you understand the concept of the daily topics and can apply it correctly. I have been out for 3 years for financial reason, now DeVry gave second chance to return by offering me scholarships and school grants that helped me retain my confidence to complete my degree. I am very close to receive my first degree in my life. I hope it lands me on my dream job. Thank you all.

4 out of 5
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Degree: Sales and Marketing Operations/Marketing and Distribution Teacher Education
Graduation Year: 2011

The teachers at this university are great. The only drawback is that if you have classes and less than 8 people are interested in attending, there is no live class, rather you have to do the online class.

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Degree: Criminal Justice
Graduation Year: 2016

I am a veteran and used my G.I. Bill benefits to attend the University. I took a class back in May, I completed the class and took the final exam but since then I have been receiving bills from the Veterans Administration stating that I dropped out of the class and was withdrawn from the course. I sent in a request to Devry to have the withdrawal changed to a letter grade and was told that they couldn't' do anything for me. Now I owe Devry University and the Veterans Administration money for a class that I attended and completed. I have sent numerous emails and talked to numerous people about the matter trying to get it fixed and nobody cared enough to understand that I was wrongfully withdrawn from a class and just wanted to have it changed to a grade. I receive a small check every month for disability from the Veterans Administration and they are going to start withholding that money until they are paid back in full for the class that they paid me to take so I contacted Devry and told them that I did not withdraw from the class, I completed the class and took the final exam and needed the withdrawal changed to a grade so that I can show the veterans administration that I didn't drop out or withdraw and keep from withholding my disability money and forcing me to pay back money for a class that I should have never been withdrawn from. If your a veteran reading this do not use your G.I. Bill benefits to attend Devry University. Go to any other institution but Devry.

3 out of 5
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Degree: Computer and Information Systems Security/Information Assurance
Graduation Year: 2013

DeVry was okay. I feel that their education platform and system can be easily manipulated to coast through as some of my classmates did.

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Degree: Network Administration
Graduation Year: 2016

This is the worse school you can ever go to. If you want to learn something this is not the place for you. The professors are a joke. If you need help with an online course and ask question they do everything but answer the question. Their iLabs are a joke along with tech support. They have so many outside supports for different items that no one know what the other is doing. If this is a tech school why can't they troubleshoot their own problems. When I complained it went all the way to the dean and his answer was to address my issue with the professor, whom by the way I was complaining about. The reason for the complaint was the professor was not helping me or answering my questions. If I could do it all over again I would never joined this school, it is a wonder why they are close down some of their campuses which they failed to mention when I signed up that the campus I was going to would be closing down 6 months later.

1 out of 5
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Degree: Engineering Technologies and Engineering-Related Fields, Other
Graduation Year: 2015

This school is a scam! they are a profit only school. They assured that would be able to graduate with plenty of funding , however that was a lie.. they ripped my financial funding a new one. I now need 38k to graduate from a decent afforldable college. I have no more federal funding and they refuse to offer they only scholarship program they have, even though I have a 3.6 gpa . They send you links to BS scholarship websites. they will not assist with money. Do not waste your time for PROFIT only schools... do your research people.. I became that statistic.

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