Settlement: Devry to Refund Students $2,800 Each

About 809 students will each get back $2,800 after a $2.5 million settlement with DeVry University, New York State Attorney General Eric T. Schneiderman has announced. The Attorney General’s investigation found that DeVry lured students with ads that exaggerated graduates’ success in finding employment and contained inadequately substantiated claims about graduates’ salary success, Schneiderman said.

The Better Business Bureau, which is administering the restitution process, is expected to begin sending out checks to the students later this month.

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