Financial Aid Options_

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Your Tuition Investment Options_

We know tuition payment is top of mind for students coming into Codeup. You’re more than welcome to read about our Financial Aid options now, but you must be accepted into Codeup before applying for grants, loans, and/or scholarships. Once accepted, you will work one-on-one with our Financial Aid & Enrollment Manager to discuss the best options to make Codeup possible for you. Here are some options:

Grants_

Codeup works with grant partners who, like us, are passionate about supporting career transitions and workforce development. This is a great option to explore if you identify with some of the requirements these organizations seek. Learn more about each one below.

Project Quest: Quality employment through skills training

Project Quest

Project Quest is a workforce development program focusing on individuals with a history of underemployment or unemployment. Email itrecruitment@questsa.org to explore your eligibility (all applicants encouraged).

Workforce Solutions Alamo

Workforce Solutions Alamo

Workforce Solutions Alamo governs the regional workforce system, with grants for youth (under 25) and individuals with a history of underemployment or unemployment.

Examples

The vast majority of our students (88%) received some form of financial aid, but everyone pays for Codeup differently. Here are some anonymous examples:

Vets With GI Bill® Benefits

Female Career Starter Under 25

Underemployed Career Transitioner

LGBT Unemployed College Student

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