Are you burdened with debt from Devry?
DeVry University is a for-profit college based in the United States. The school was founded in 1931 by Herman A. DeVry as DeForest Training School and officially became DeVry University in 2002. DeVry University has been involved in numerous investigations, lawsuits, and settlements, mostly over inflated claims about the employment rates and salaries of its graduates, but also over criticized education quality and loan practices. The university is—like many other for-profit education institutions—a division of Adtalem Global Education, formerly known as DeVry Education Group, whose CEO is Lisa Wardell. Since February 2002, DeVry University has been regionally accredited by the Higher Learning Commission. In December 2017, Adtalem announced that it would be selling DeVry University to Cogswell Education (a division of Palm Ventures); the details of the deal remain unclear. DeVry is currently listed as “discontinued operations” in Adtalem’s balance sheet.
The for-profit industry is spiraling downward, which is great news for former students. Programs have now opened allowing students to find relief from their student loans obtained at these dishonest for-profit institutions. If you attended Devry, call (866) 665-5351 to see if you qualify for student loan forgiveness. We can also assist you with your private student loans.
How Does It Work?
Call (877) 515-0185 or fill out the form below.
One of our representatives will look at your loans and determine the best programs for you based on your specific case.
Start enjoying lower monthly payments and full or partial loan forgiveness!
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