I thought DeVry was kind of like ITT. I haven't attended either, but I do know a bit about colleges. Schools like these aren't really colleges or universities. They're career schools, basically. They teach you what you need to know about a given career, and help you get the skills to get an entry-level job in that field. It's a quick way to get into your field, but the quickest way isn't usually the best.
It's my understanding that most hiring managers would much rather see you went to a State university rather than one of these career schools. It shows that you've had an interest in your career choice for at least 4 years as opposed to 1 or 1.5, it shows that you actually know more than the job you're doing (IT is a perfect example. It's a lot more than just knowing about computers.), and that you didn't just take the easy road.
Also, it just looks better on paper, and that's what most HR departments care about. You could be great at the job you're applying for, but most decent jobs won't look at you without a real degree. Devry might get you where you want to go, but you're better off going to a community college for the first 2 years, and then going the rest of the way at a state university.