The quick answer to this question is no. While DeVry has agreed to $100 million penalty imposed by the FTC unfortunately this amount is a drop in the bucket relative to the total sum of student loan debt that DeVry students owe. Currently DeVry students have $8.3 billion outstanding in student loan debt. Therefore the $100 million that the FTC is extracting is a small drop in the bucket relative to the total amount of student loan money actually owed to DeVry. If you attended DeVry and wish to learn about suing the school to clear out any student loan debt still owed please call her law firm in Chicago Illinois at 312-332-4200

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