Our History  

Since 1931, DeVry University has harnessed the power of technology to innovate education. We evolve our programs, monitor trends in business and partner with employers so we can teach what is current and emerging. Then and now, we help our students prepare for the ever-changing business world.

Career Advisory Board

Career Advisory Board is represented by business leaders and academics who deliver valuable insights on today’s most important career trends and provide actionable advice for job seekers. The Career Advisory Board generates original research and commentary, and creates tools, insights and resources to prepare job seekers for success.

DeVry University Advantage Academy

Founded in partnership with Chicago Public Schools in 2004, DeVry University's Advantage Academy is a dual-enrollment program for qualified 11th and 12th grade students offered at no cost. Advantage Academy students earn their high school diploma and an associate degree in either Network Systems Administration or Business from DeVry University at the same time.



DeVryWORKS is a community of academic and business leaders who work together to build practical solutions capable of solving real business challenges. This comprehensive service offers strategic guidance and support to help companies with their talent acquisition, talent development and skills-gap training needs.


Extended Classroom Technology

In one of DeVry’s virtual classrooms, students experience a learning community that goes beyond on-campus and online courses, joining together students from campuses across the country. Using an innovative suite of extended classroom technologies, these virtual classrooms allow students and professors to take part in active learning sessions, complete group projects and interact across extended classrooms, in real time, while at different campus locations.


Learning Methodologies

Students have the opportunity to pursue career-focused, real-world degree programs and certificate programs in a variety of classroom environments at DeVry University. Students can attend classes on campus, online and through our innovative extended classroom technology. These different learning modalities are designed to complement a variety of learning styles and meet the needs of a geographically dispersed student population.


Student Services

Students have access to a wide range of student resources and a student support team committed to their academic success, financial planning and vision for the future.


Student Survey Findings

During the COVID-19 pandemic, students across the country had their traditional classroom learning up-ended and replaced with remote or online learning. To help ease the transition, DeVry University surveyed 4,000 of its online students last month on what best practices, tools and resources they would offer to new online learners, as well as what the benefits are to online learning. The most important tips cited by students were "manage your schedule," "ask questions," and "complete assignments." For the details on the survey and its findings, click here for the Executive Summary.


Tech-Empowered Learning

DeVry University degree programs in business, tech and health helps students gain project-based learning experiences designed to teach how to integrate people, process, data and devices to solve real-world business problems. We harness technology to elevate, enrich and maximize the educational experience and help prepare graduates in transitioning into the modern workplace.


Understanding Workplace Sentiment During COVID-19

Nearly one in four employed Americans (24 percent) believe that American workers are not valued, according to a survey by DeVry University. Also, 36 percent of respondents reported that based on their employer's actions since the start of the pandemic, they believe their employer views them as "disposable." The survey also explored what the American worker believes can be done to build a more "durable" versus "disposable" work environment.


Workplace Hard Skills Survey Findings

New research from DeVry University reveals the need for technology-related hard skills to stay relevant in the workplace and to advance in a challenging economy. The study shows nearly 75% of U.S. workers report the use of technology is now critical to their careers due to COVID-19.