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DeVry University Arizona

Survey Results (3)
Quality of Education
7.4 (B+)
Quality of Evaluations/Grading
7.7 (B+)
Credit for "Life Experience"
5.1 (C+)
Quality of Materials
7.2 (B)
Distance Learning fit your needs
7.2 (B)
Overall Experience
5.6 (C+)
Faculty Commitment
6.7 (B)
Faculty Educational Diversity
7.9 (B+)
Student-Faculty Ratio/Faculty Overload
7.4 (B+)
Responsiveness and Timeliness
5.9 (B-)
Interactivity with other students
5.1 (C+)
Student Service and Support
3.8 (C-)
Responsive to Student Feedback?
5.6 (C+)

If you want a school with decent curriculum, but sorry support, call Devry!  Understand first and foremost before calling this school, the care too much about your money and not enough about your education.  To sum it up, you must teach yourself because the teachers rarely interact with meaningful results and if you have a financial aid problem... might as well hang it up as a no go.  I transferred out largely because of the half-done “associates” in the student services and financial aid department.  However, the courses are somewhat decent, but again, prepare to push yourself to the fullest as you are pretty much all you will have. 
I took a single class from Devry years ago, which I paid for at the time.  Obviously Devry agreed that I'd paid, since they sent me my final grade, and later sent several transcripts out to other institutions.

Five years later, I discovered that Devry had turned my supposedly delinquent account over to some disreputable collections agency.  When I called Devry, they wouldn't talk to me about it because they'd turned it over.  The collections jerks weren't interested in anything, including receipts that proved I'd paid.  I finally had to get an attorney to straighten it out for me.

Of course we all know how disreputable collections companies are, and the kinds of people they routinely hire and use.  Devry turned my account over with my social security number as the account number, so I've had no choice but to put watches on my information with the credit bureaus and on my individual credit accounts.

It's impossible to tell whether they're thieves or simply incompetent; either way, these are not people you want to do business with. 

DeVry University Arizona

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