|Admissions and Financial Aid for
General Admissions Requirements
admitted to any DeVry University program, a prospective student must
interview with a DeVry University admissions representative and
complete an application for admission. In addition, specific
requirements must be met regarding age, prior education and
demonstrated proficiency in the basic and prerequisite skills
required for college-level work.
Each applicant must be
at least 17 years old on the first day of classes. Documentation of
age may be required.
Prior Education Requirement
applicant must be a high school graduate, hold a General Educational
Development (GED) certificate or have a degree from an approved
postsecondary institution. For our Bachelor's Degree in Information
Technology, each applicant must have a bachelor's degree.
Documentation is required.
students complete an application and interview with a DeVry
representative, who provides information on programs, start dates,
part-time work, housing assistance and graduates' employment
opportunities. When all admissions requirements have been fulfilled,
applicants are notified in writing of their admissions status.
Registration and orientation schedules are arranged by each campus.
To be contacted by a DeVry representative, please enter
a zip code.
Admissions and Financial
Aid for Keller Graduate School of Management
To be admitted to DeVry University's Keller School, applicants must hold a baccalaureate
degree from a U.S. institution accredited by or in
candidacy status with a regional accrediting agency recognized by
the U.S. Department of Education.
Applicants must also achieve acceptable scores on either the
Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT), the
Graduate Record Examination (GRE) or Keller's
alternative admission test. This alternative test is administered at
all Keller centers by appointment or through the School's Online
Education Center. No specific undergraduate concentration or
preparatory coursework is required for admission. GMAT, GRE and
Keller test scores are valid five years from the date the
examination was completed.
Applicants must also complete a personal
interview with an admissions representative. Interviews can
be scheduled during day or evening hours or on Saturday, by
appointment, by contacting the center director or an admissions
representative at a convenient location. Prospective distance
learning students who are unable to meet in person at a Keller
center must complete an interview with an admissions representative
via synchronous electronic chat mode or by telephone.
All admission decisions are based on evaluation of a candidate's
academic credentials, entrance test scores and interview.Financial Aid
For detailed information on Financial Aid eligibility and requirements,
please contact us by entering a zip code here.