The Software Guild offers scholarships such as the Women in Tech Award and the Veterans Who Code Award. Read more about eligibility and the terms and conditions that apply on our Tuition & Financing page.

Women in Tech Award ($2,000):
The $2,000 award is available to female enrollees. Female students qualify based on self-identification.

Veterans Who Code Award ($2,000):
The $2,000 award is available to eligible military personnel in the following groups: reservists, veterans, and/or active-duty service members. To qualify for the award, students must present proof of eligibility defined as military original statement of service or certificate of release or discharge.

Terms and conditions
Scholarship recipients must successfully complete the admissions process and be admitted into the fully online, Minneapolis or Louisville coding bootcamp program and begin the course prior to December 31, 2018 to be granted award funds. The grant will be evenly distributed across two session payments whereby $1,000 is awarded at the beginning of each session to directly reduce the cost of tuition for that session. Students must remain in good standing, as defined by The Software Guild, and successfully complete all requirements of Session One before being awarded grant for Session Two. Scholarships may not be combined.

Contact an enrollment counselor for more information.

GI Bill®:
The Software Guild is approved by the Kentucky Approving Agency for Veterans education to offer VA Educational benefits to eligible students in approved programs. To learn how your GI Bill® can help fund your coding education, contact an enrollment counselor.

GI Bill® is a registered trademark of the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA). More information about education benefits offered by VA is available at the official U.S. government Web site at