Student & Graduate Reviews
Melissa - 4/7/2015
Degree: Healthcare Informatics
Graduation Year: 2016
"I am currently a student at Devry and I just want to say (because it's getting very frustrating) that the learning aspect of it is just fine in a way...Though professors can still leave you hanging..but the financial aid....SUCKS. They told me your loans and scholarship will be posted between weeks 3 and 6..im on week 7..and nothings been posted..just my grant, so even though I "shouldnt be worried"...its a little disturbing when I still get emails saying i have a billing statement with a balance on it EVERYDAY, knowing that the scholarship and loan needed to be disbursed like a long ass time ago. They are already very inconsistent, it's getting frustrating really quick. And then you get assigned this "Coach"...He literally calls me everyday and bugs the crap out of me. Like how am I suppose to give you anything to work with if you can't even let me learn for a day? Then I tell him yeah I do have an issue with one of my chapters that I don't understand, and yes I have contacted my professor and got nowhere. and hes like "oh well..you can get tutoring for it"..and I go '' so theres tutoring for this chapter specifically?" and he said yes...WRONG. Yeah--thats not a "Coach"..that's someone making learning more frustrating. His name starts with a U."
Bradly - 4/2/2015
Degree: Information Technology
Graduation Year: 2004
"Great experience.... administrators were helpful. Price was reasonable and allowed me to work while going to school. It was certainly not easy, and I had to work for it... but that is what school is all about and what I think a lot of the negative reviewers fail to realize. I have a Bachelors Degree at DeVry also and I have never had a problem with using it to attain any job I desired."
mezi - 4/1/2015
Graduation Year: 2002
"This is a University that wipes you out. It is so expensive. They tell you will finish in 3 yrs but it takes way more than 3 yrs. By the time you graduate you will owe over 70,000. I am still paying my student loan and it is 2015 now. Also they will tell you they will place you or find you a good job and that is not a true statement."
Michael Lopez - 3/20/2015
Degree: Computer Networking
Graduation Year: 2004
"After reading many of the reviews on here, I felt like I had to stand up for my Alma Mater. I am not sure why people are complaining about how expensive the school is. Everything is laid out there regarding cost of credit hours and full-time tuition rates. Multiply that by how many semesters / hours you need, and "voila", you have how much it's going to cost! It's not rocket science. I'm also confused about the people complaining about how difficult the courses are. Did you not want an actual education? If you aren't being challenged, you aren't learning. And no, this is not a fake review from DeVry. I am a former student. You can look me up on LinkedIn, if you need verification."
Brittany - 3/14/2015
Graduation Year: 2015
"I began DeVry University Winter of 2011. It was supposed to be a 3 year program but it ended up being 4 years. There are positives and negatives to DeVry. They do have academic advisors that check with you every so often and help you schedule your classes. Their financial advisors also help you understand you costs and awards. Being able to be flexible in your schedule is awesome since I'm a single mom of two little ones. Though this was a great decision for me, it also proves difficult at times. Because it is a university, their costs are much higher. I think it is $600 per credit. For this reason, I ran out of loans my last year. Other than finances, DeVry offers loads of help and a flexible schedule."
melissa - 3/13/2015
Graduation Year: 2019
"Well... where do I begin?!?! Financial Aid Dept is absolutely ridiculous. Nothing they told me was adding up. So I did some research on my own, and what I learned made me sick. I kept calling them to get a straight story and they constantly lied to me. I started out as a "full time" student and when I called over a question I had over financial aid, and they told me I was part time. How in the world can they drop you to half time student when you enrolled as full time and doing school work as a full time student? Plus not informing you of this change. I had to submit a form of "student identification verification" which I went to my bank to have notarized. I sent it back over night by UPS. That was 2 months ago and it is still incomplete. I have called several times over this matter and I was told by student finance and my admissions advisor that the document was received and signed for but somehow it has disappeared so now my student financial aid will not be disbursed until the document is located and reviewed. This started in early February 2015, here it is almost middle of March, I have started school but racking up a big bill that I've already received a statement saying that I owe $1927.00 and I'm only in week 2 of school. None of this makes sense. My admissions advisor tells me one thing but financial aid office tells me another. I wish I could submit a screenshot of my emails with them but I can't. It will back my complaint up 100%. Financial aid office told me to stop talking to my admissions advisor and my admissions advisor told me that financial aid needed to get their crap together. I am so fed up. This is the most aggravating school and you cannot get the same story or truth from anyone."
Fraud college - 2/24/2015
Degree: Network Administration
Graduation Year: 2011
"This college and professor can live by your debt. You learn almost nothing except major. Do not spend your money and sacrifice yourself for this fraud company. Just go to comunity college. You cannot get a job and just will be student that have lot of debt. Their employee have a lot of good benefit from your debt. Ask them how many their emplyee child is studying in this school....Nobody..."
Marc Lovick - 2/14/2015
Degree: Computer Programming
Graduation Year: 2027
"This is the worst institution in the entire country!! Do not go here!! I attended in the 97-98 school year. They will take outrageous college loans on you. I am still paying on them in 2015 and I only attended for one year! They do not care about anything but swindling you out of money, and if you have any issue what-so-ever, it is your fault! I moved from NC to Columbus Oh to start school on Oct 31, 1997. When I got to the college to get assigned my dorm room, I was asked if I had any special request/situations that they needed to know about my housing. I told them I was gay and needed to room with someone who was ok with this. They assigned me a 2 bedroom, one bath apartment with 5 other guys (which they charged each of us $1200/mo rent). When I met them I knew that it was best if I went back into the closet. Three of them were basic thugs, one was a jock, and the other was a drug dealer. All of them were homophobes, this was apparent by them using the words faggot and queer in EVERY sentence. Everything was fine until just after April. I had met a local boy and we started dating on the down low. But one day I was invited by some lesbian friends of mine to go to a gay nightclub with my boyfriend and them. As we were leaving I heard someone behind me yell "Fuck you Faggot!" and I was hit in the back of the head with a liquor bottle. My room mates curious as to what I was doing had followed me that night and seen me leaving the club holding my boyfriends hand. They proceeded to beat the crap out of both of us. When it was all over I had a broken nose, two black eyes and a 2 inch gash in my scalp that required 6 stitches. I called the police but they told me there was nothing they could do because there were no witnesses, but they would accompany me to pick up my things at the apartment. When we arrived there, they had removed all my possessions from my room and thrown them into the mud, where 2 people were helping themselves to the pile. When the cop entered the apartment at my request, he arrested them for possession of marijuana and paraphernalia. Which of course they began to threaten to kill me, beat me again and so on. The next day I went to the school to inform them of what had happened. When I was talking to the counselor, she proceeded to tell me it was my fault that it all happened for "choosing that lifestyle". She offered to move me into a new apartment but without 5 other roommates I would be responsible for the entire rent of 7200/mo. Her recommendation was to go back to my apartment and "make nice with the roommates they had assigned me"! Unwilling to take my life into my own hands, I moved back home. This is just one instance of Devry being a crappy college. The federal government should not allow this company to take out loans to cover its EXTREMELY HIGH tuition. I cannot stress this enough..... DO NOT GO HERE!!!!!!!"
James Everett - 2/1/2015
Degree: Network Administration
Graduation Year: 2011
"I have a Bachelors degree in Network and Communications. My first job out of school (with no experience) paid $52,000. A year later I changed companies and was making $60,000 and now just 3 years after graduation I am making $72,000. I have attend a State University and both schools are accredited by the same institution; I feel I received better instruction at DeVry. I am sure each case is different, but I am very happy with my DeVry experience. I applied myself and put the responsibility on my shoulders and now I am reaping the fruits of hard work."
init1080 - 1/17/2015
Degree: Computer Science
Graduation Year: 2009
"This school is the absolutely worst institution in the country, they're a bunch of corrupt, heartless bastards that should all burn in hell. They'll take all the money you have and give you nothing in return. They don't care if you succeed or not they just want your money. I wouldn't recommend this school to a dog so please don't ever get involved with them they'll ruin your life."
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