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Scholarship and Grant Awards

DeVry University's Keller Graduate School of Management offers financial help to students in the U.S. and Canada in the form of scholarships and grants you don't have to pay back.*

Applicants may apply for graduate school scholarships during the graduate admissions process. Students must have applied and satisfied all scholarship criteria by January 2, 2017 (or earlier if total allocation is reached prior to this date) to be awarded for the January 2017 session.

Explore the awards listed below to find the one that's right for you:

*In the 2016-2017 award year (7/1/16 to 6/30/17), DeVry will make $53 million available for scholarships, grants and institutional aid to new and continuing students who meet merit and need-based qualifications.  

Be Recognized for Your Strong Track Record

An Award That Rewards Your Accomplishments*

We know it’s no small feat to prepare for graduate school and all the possibilities it can bring. Now that you’re ready to invest in the next phase of your education journey, you can look to Keller Graduate School of Management to recognize your strong academic track record and to support your commitment to professional growth.

The Dennis Keller Scholarship is the award program created for students with a history of successful academic performance as they complete their master’s degree or certificate. Graduate students with an incoming undergraduate or graduate cumulative grade point average (CGPA) of 2.8 or above as conferred by a Keller-recognized institution are eligible for this award. Readmit students must also have a Keller CGPA of 3.0 or higher.

The scholarship continues to reward you as you move through your program at Keller, up to $800 per semester for six semesters or up to $4,800 lifetime tuition savings.*
 

* In the 2016-2017 award year (7/1/16 to 6/30/17), DeVry will make $53 million available for scholarships, grants and institutional aid to new and continuing students who meet merit and need-based qualifications. Must meet enrollment-based criteria, subject to approval, use requirements, program level and availability of funds. This scholarship cannot be used in combination with any other offer or award or group-specific tuition rate. Applicants residing or attending a location in Georgia are subject to additional approval

Dennis Keller Scholarship Award Amounts

Qualifying students enrolling in a graduate certificate or master’s degree program are eligible to receive an award ranging from $400 to $800 per semester up to a $4800 maximum lifetime award cap. The tiered award amounts are based on their incoming CGPA from a Keller-recognized institution.

Dennis Keller Scholarship Eligibility

Enrollment Status

Grade Point Average

Continuous Enrollment

Readmit Students

Restrictions

Enrollment Status
  • Students must have applied for admission to Keller Graduate School of Management, met Keller entrance requirements and be enrolled in a graduate certificate or master’s degree program or at Keller
  • Qualifying new and readmit students enrolling in at least one course per session at Keller are eligible – including international students studying on an F1 visaYou must have applied and satisfied all scholarship criteria by January 2, 2017 (or earlier if total allocation is reached prior to this date) to be awarded for the January 2017 session
Grade Point Average
  • You must enroll with an incoming CGPA of 2.8 to be eligible as a new student
  • Readmit students must also have a Keller CGPA of 3.0 or higher
  • To maintain scholarship eligibility, you must retain a minimum CGPA of 3.0. If your CPGA is found to fall below 3.0 you will lose your scholarship award
  • Official college transcript from recognized institution is required to confirm CGPA for eligibility
     
Continuous Enrollment
  • To qualify for scholarship funds, students must maintain continuous enrollment on a session basis
  • The scholarship period begins at the start of the student's enrollment and continues for six consecutive sessions
  • Students must enroll in at least one course per session in four of the six sessions in their scholarship period
     
Readmit Students
  • If you are readmitted to Keller after missing six or more consecutive sessions, you may be eligible for the Dennis Keller Scholarship if:
    • You are not a previous award recipient of another Keller scholarship
    • You have not reached the lifetime cap for the award amount
    • You have a Keller CPGA of at least 3.0
  • Readmit students who were previous recipients of other scholarship awards will be evaluated according to the guidelines and restrictions of their previous scholarships, and are not eligible for this award
     
Restrictions
  • Award will expire for scholarship recipients who do not enroll/attend a class within two terms of their award acceptance. Students must reapply for any available award offerings at the time of their enrollment to qualify in the future
  • This scholarship cannot be used in combination with one of our other group-specific tuition rates, including alumni, military or employer-partner group tuition rates
     

Veteran's Appreciation Grant

Extending our appreciation for military service, Keller Graduate School of Management offers a Veteran's Appreciation Grant to help offset the costs of higher education and make college accessible for hardworking, talented students who have served in the U.S. Armed Forces.

Initial eligibility:
Open to new students who are veterans of the U.S. Armed Forces (Army, Navy, Air Force, Marine Corps, Coast Guard, their respective reserve forces, Army National Guard, and Air National Guard) and can provide a copy of one of the following items:

  • DD214 Certificate of Release or Discharge from Active Duty (Service 2 or Member 4 copy)
  • NGB22 National Guard Report of Separation or Record of Service (Service 2 or Member 4 copy)

Award amount: Master’s Degree lifetime award up to $4,500 ($500 per semester)

Note: Current members of the U.S. Armed Forces (those serving on active duty, guard, reserve, and their spouses) who qualify for the Military Tuition rate and veterans who received a dishonorable discharge are not eligible for this grant.

Yellow Ribbon Program Participant

The Yellow Ribbon GI Education Enhancement Program (Yellow Ribbon Program) is a provision of the Post-9/11 Veterans Educational Assistance Act of 2008, also known as the Post-9/11 GI Bill® or Chapter 33. The Yellow Ribbon Program allows DeVry University to enter into a voluntary agreement with the Department of Veterans Affairs to contribute funds to our veterans' unmet tuition and fee charges when their tuition and fees charges exceed the maximum amount payable under Chapter 33. The program allows DeVry University to contribute an amount up to 50 percent of veterans' unmet costs; the Department of Veterans Affairs will match the amount. For additional information visit our Military Tuition page or contact your Keller Graduate School of Management Student Central Office.
 
GI Bill® is a registered trademark of the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA). More information about education benefits offered by the VA is available at the official U.S. government website: www.benefits.va.gov/gibill.

International Students

New international students studying in the U.S. on an approved F-1 student visa are eligible for the Dennis Keller Scholarship.

Interested in scholarship information for undergraduate degree programs?  Visit our DeVry University's scholarship page for more information.

Alumni Tuition Savings

DeVry University and Keller Graduate School of Management alumni are not eligible for the Dennis Keller Scholarship; however they may be eligible for the Alumni 20% Tuition Savings Benefit.

Visit the Alumni Association Benefits page to learn more.

General Scholarship and Grant Policies

  • Recipients are responsible for all other educational expenses.
  • Only degree-seeking students eligible for scholarship or grant funds unless specified within the specific award criteria
  • 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
  • Requires Standard placement in Math and English on DeVry administered placement test or placement equivalency satisfied by transfer credit
  • Only degree-seeking students eligible for scholarship or grant funds unless specified within the specific award criteria
  • Only degree-seeking students eligible for scholarship or grant funds unless specified within the specific award criteria.
  • 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.
  • Requires Standard placement in Math and English on DeVry administered placement test or placement equivalency satisfied by transfer credit.
  • Only degree-seeking students eligible for scholarship or grant funds unless specified within the specific award criteria.
  • Alumni of DeVry University or its Keller Graduate School of Management are not eligible for scholarships unless specified within specified award criteria.
  • Scholarship or grant applications must be received by Jan 2, 2017 in order to be eligible. Award recipients who do not start in their intended term specified on admissions application are subject to use requirement allowing recipient 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 session basis. Students will have a scholarship period that will begin at the start of the student's enrollment and continue for six consecutive sessions. Students must enroll in at least one course per session in four of the six sessions in their scholarship period.
  • 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.