I too went to Devry thinking that I would get a better future by having one of those High-Tech degrees. Boy! was I in for a surprise. When I just enrolled, The guy who recruited me said that they have a lifetime job placement so I was really eager to finish my degree and get a job in my field.
Graduation came along and Devry has done nothing to help me out finding a job position. Now they have this ridiculous web-site for alumni where you can go apply for jobs and I don't think they update this website very often, you see the same crappy jobs over and over. My bachelor's degree cost me around $45,000 with interest I'll end up paying close to $90,000. Devry will tell you that their graduates are in demand but from my experience this is not true.
I know people that graduated with me and some are waiting tables, others are working for Home Depot and one went to the Army so he can pay the student loans. My advise to those who are thinking to go to Devry is Talk to graduates from that school to see how are they doing. If you really want to enroll in one of Devry's programs then go for an associate degree and try to get as many of the general courses/classes from a community college. Then see if you can get a job so you can work on your career experience.
Believe me when I tell you that Companies care more about your level of experiece than your level of education. By the way, if you are going for a bachelors in accounting or business administration then you're just wasting your money, Devry is mostly know to employers as a technical school. You'will save a lot of money if you go to a state university for the same degree.
The only people that are doing pretty good are people that had a job in their field prior their Devry enrollment and are being supported by their Company. But for those of us who want an opportunity and got ourselves in debt(big time) the battle is going to be a very very though one, because you are on your own and the competition is fierce. A Devry could careless whether you have a job or not.