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Need Help Financing Your Coding Bootcamp Experience?
A lack of funds shouldn’t be the reason why you hold off your education. Especially if that education will help you get to where you want to be in your career. Luckily, there are many ways to finance your bootcamp education.
On this page, you will learn about the most common and effective ways to pay for your DevMountain tuition. Email us at [email protected] with your questions so we can help you figure out the best financing option for you.
DevMountain Financing Partners
Our financing partners offer favorable loan options to DevMountain students. You can apply for a loan before applying to DevMountain to see if you are pre-approved. If approved, once accepted into a program your loan can be finalized. Although we've made recommendations below, it's important to mention you can use any lender or financing option available to you, and applicants will receive no special consideration for any source of funding. It's your life and we want you to do what works best for you.
Know Exactly What You'll Pay Before You Apply
One Low Rate for All
Get Approval With or Without Regular Income/Employment
Only Finance What You Need
Borrow as little as $2,000 up to your tuition max. Use Skills Fund’s loan calculator to see your rate, general APR, and monthly payments before applying. If you opt out of DevMountain Student Housing, you can finance up to $3,000 for living expenses (for select programs).
Depending on your program, you can elect to make interest-only payments while in the program, or start full repayment (interest + principal). You can also choose to make early payments without any prepayment fees.
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No Impact to Credit on Application
High Approvals, Low Payments
Add a Co-Borrower for a Better Rate
How to Apply
Complete an online application in under five minutes with no impact to your credit. You have the option to add a Co-Borrower. If you have no credit history, no problem. Climb offers financing for students with or without credit history.
What Your Financing Will Look Like
You will receive low, fixed interest rates with reduced payments during school and financing for living expenses (for select programs). Most of these loans comes with 3-5 year terms, to help make your payments affordable.
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This lender list is designed to help you begin your private-loan lender research. It is not a comprehensive list and, therefore, students are encouraged to find a lender that best suits your needs. DevMountain does not endorse any particular lender nor determine their business practices. While you can choose any lender that offers a private loan program, more information about these specific loan products can be found here.
Other Financing Ideas
Your own funds
DevMountain tuition is an excellent value. If you have savings, investing in your education is a smart move and there is no interest.
No-interest credit cards
Many DevMountain students are able to finance through attractive credit cards that offer no-interest or any charge for extended periods of time. We don’t have specific recommendations, but NerdWallet has a great list.
Friends and Family
Students have found that parents, relatives or friends will loan them the money on extremely attractive terms. It never hurts to ask. After all, they want you learn, grow, and better yourself more than anyone. WeFinance has set up a DevMountain-specific page to help you launch a crowdfunding project to finance your tuition.
There are many banks, credit unions, and other lenders that make personal loans. Personal education loans are normally granted on very favorable terms. Some careful research may find the perfect lender for you.
Some employers encourage this type of skills training and will pay for it. Ask your current manager if they are willing to finance all or part of your education.
If you have any questions, email our student accounting department at [email protected]
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