High School Students

$75 Million in scholarships and grants is there for the taking.

You have talent and aspirations; don't hold back because you're worried about finding the money to pay for an education. Find a scholarship that's fit for you. You might not know that DeVry University offers millions of dollars in scholarships and grants every year, including $75 million in available funds for the 2014-2015 school year. These are gifts that you do not have to pay back, and they are available to students residing in both the United States and Canada.*

We have a wide variety of scholarships available. To qualify for a DeVry University Scholarship, you must first meet the following criteria:

  • You must have applied for admission to DeVry University.
  • You must have met the DeVry University entrance requirements.

In addition, each DeVry University scholarship has its own unique qualifying criteria. Below you will learn more about the different types of scholarships from DeVry that may fit you. One of our advisors can also help you identify scholarship opportunities and complete any necessary applications.

Applicants are encouraged to complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) to identify federal, state and other financial aid that may be available.

Herman DeVry Scholarship

This merit award provides tuition assistance to new students beginning an undergraduate degree at DeVry University.

  • Initial eligibility:
    • Satisfy minimum academic performance in one of the following ways:
      • Minimum high school cumulative GPA of 2.5 on a 4.0 scale
      • Minimum ACT composite score of 22 or higher
      • Minimum SAT combined math and critical reading score of 950 or higher
      • Minimum GED score of 2,800 on 2013 exam or 680 on 2014 exam or state equivalent
  • Deadline: Recipients have one year from high school graduation or GED completion to apply for the Herman DeVry Scholarship.
  • Award amount: $2,225 per semester (valued up to $20,025)
  • Offered: United States and Canada, onsite or online
  • Continued eligibility:
    • Must maintain a 2.5 cumulative GPA
    • Enroll in at least 12 credit hours per semester

*General Scholarship and Grant Policies

  • Recipients are responsible for all other educational expenses.
  • Only degree-seeking students are eligible for scholarship or grant funds.
  • Must be a United States citizen, Canadian citizen or reside within the United States. International students studying on a visa not eligible unless specified in specific award criteria.
  • Scholarship or grant applications must be received prior to the start of classes to be eligible. Award recipients who do not start in their intended term specified on admissions application will have one subsequent term to start classes and utilize award. Recipients who do not start within two terms will have their award expired and will have to reapply for available offerings at time of actual enrollment.
  • Scholarship and grant recipients are expected to meet certain continuing eligibility criteria and progress in a timely manner toward completing their programs. To retain scholarship or grant eligibility, recipients must remain in good academic standing and meet additional conditions outlined in the terms and conditions document sent to award recipients.
  • To qualify for scholarship or grant funds, students must maintain continuous enrollment on a semester basis. Students may only be under enrolled or take only one semester off during their enrollment to remain eligible for funds.
  • Students eligible for multiple group tuition rates, pricing programs, scholarships or grants will receive the one most beneficial.
  • Recipients must acknowledge receipt of the terms and conditions document pertaining to their specific scholarship or grant award. Disbursement of funds may be withheld until receipt of this document is acknowledged in writing and returned by recipients.

*In the 2014-2015 award year (7/1/14 to 6/30/15), DeVry will make $75 million available for scholarships and grants to new and continuing students who meet merit and need-based qualifications.