College Profile: DeVry University - Bellevue (Seattle)
At DeVry University, education works.
For more than 75 years, the faculty and staff of DeVry University have been firmly grounded in the knowledge that knowledge alone is not enough. We help you prepare for the real challenges you'll face in the workplace by bringing the real world into the classroom. And it works.
An education that's reputable.
Like other top schools, DeVry University is accredited by The Higher Learning Commission of the North Central Association, www.ncahlc.org. Choose from associate, bachelor's, or master's degree programs within five distinguished colleges - the College of Business & Management, College of Engineering & Information Sciences, College of Health Sciences, College of Liberal Arts & Sciences, and College of Media Arts & Technology. Then enjoy the confidence that comes from earning your degree from a reputable university that's respected by top employers.
DeVry University has more than 90 locations in metro areas across the United States and Canada. And the majority of our degree programs are also offered online. Take your courses onsite, online, or a mix of both
* - whatever best fits your life.
More than 85% of DeVry University students receive some form of financial aid. In addition to federal, state and local grants or loans, you may be eligible for one of the 7,500 scholarships offered exclusively through DeVry University, totaling up to $25 million. Our expert financial aid advisors will help you explore every avenue for funding your education.
And delivers results.
Your education is an investment. We provide a return on your investment you can depend on. From internship opportunities to knowledgeable career services advisors who can assist you at graduation and throughout your career, DeVry University's unparalleled career services team offers the support you need to achieve your goals.
* Program availability varies by location.
DeVry University is accredited by The Higher Learning Commission of the North Central Association, www.ncahlc.org