DeVry University - Arizona

334 reviews
DeVry University - Arizona is ...
Private for-profit
Athletic Division
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Athletic Conference
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Address
2149 W Dunlap Ave
Phoenix, AZ 85021
Website

Reviews

334 reviews
  • Excellent
    85
  • Very Good
    141
  • Average
    92
  • Poor
    10
  • Terrible
    6
I love it! I get to talk with other students that are interested in computers and technology as much as I am. I like how the classes are set up. I attend one day a week usually in the evenings for eight week courses. Participation with online activities plays a large role with these blended classes. The professors are excited to teach and are very knowledgeable with real world experience. The facilities are very simple and have boards along the walls with job opportunities, tutoring, internships, and professional organizations that they insist utilizing to get involved.
  • College Sophomore
  • 7 months ago
I love DeVry because they took the time to help explain the program to me. In which my experience with other schools I was reviewing at that time was not as well explained. I didn't feel rushed or pressured into choosing DeVry and I didn't feel like a dollar sign. The care that the academic adviser showed in his delivery of information about the classes and curriculum made me feel confident in choosing DeVry for my education journey. I am now in my last year and I still feel as confident today as Ifelt then... even more so!
  • College Junior
  • 6 months ago
I have had nothing but issues since last summer regarding scheduling of classes, processing of paperwork, and financial aid issues. I have talked to at least five people about specific issues and nothing has been accomplished. They lost tax forms and other paperwork that I had completed months ago, and then told me that I couldn't register for classes because of the missing paperwork. My "Student Success Coach" has changed three to four times since enrollment. They do not follow up/respond/reply to phone calls or emails, and often it takes several attempts (calls, voicemails, emails) to get in touch with anyone.
  • College Junior
  • Feb 25 2014