Depending on program and modality, your tuition and costs may vary. The tables below explain the costs associated with each bootcamp and training program.

On-Site Programs

Program Track Locations Tuition Other Fees Total Cost
Java Louisville, Minneapolis $13,750 $125 registration fee $13,875
.NET/C# Louisville, Minneapolis $13,750 $125 registration fee $13,875

*Up to $750 refundable upon leaving the program after completing the sorting period.

Online Programs

Program Track Tuition Other Fees Total Cost
Java $10,000 $125 registration fee $10,125
.NET/C# $10,000 $125 registration fee $10,125

Blended Programs

Program Track Location Total Cost
.NET/C# Atlanta/UGA $12,000

Other Cost Considerations

While tuition and fees are certainly part of the cost associated with our program, other costs may be incurred. Below are just some of the financial considerations for students who choose to attend.

  • Moving costs.
  • Housing costs.
  • Cost of living in the area.
  • Computer costs.
  • Broadband internet.
  • Lower income during program period.

Financing & Financial Aid

The Software Guild offers financing and financial aid options through Skills Fund and Climb. These options can help you spread the cost of a Software Guild education out over multiple months and can even help you with living expenses for on-site programs.

Financing Options

Skills Fund Plan 36-month 60-month
On-Site Tuition Only $458.80 $313.67
On-Site Tuition and Living Expenses $624.14 $426.71
Online Tuition $400.94 $274.11

Learn more about Skills Fund financing.
Other financing options are available through Climb.

Scholarships

The Software Guild offers several different scholarships to help make your programming education more affordable. We want to ensure that learning coding and information technology skills are accessible to as many people as possible, and we’re committed to doing our part to close the software development skills gap.

Women in Tech

The Women in Tech award grants a $2,000 discount on Software Guild tuition to qualifying women.

Veterans Who Code

The Veterans Who Code award grants a $2,000 discount on Software Guild tuition to qualifying veterans or active military members.

In addition, The Software Guild offers a $2,000 discount on tuition to graduates from Software Guild partner schools.

Students are eligible for only one applicable award, and only students in Louisville or online programs qualify. Other terms and conditions may apply. Speak to an enrollment counselor for more information.


University Award Terms and Conditions

Scholarship recipients must successfully complete the admissions process and be admitted into the fully online coding bootcamp partner school program and begin the course prior to December 31, 2017 to be granted award funds. Students must also be in good standing, as defined by The Software Guild and the partner school continuing education program.

The $2,000 award will be noted as a reduction to the total course fee and will be applied to the payment required to complete course registration for the coding bootcamp program. Scholarships may not be combined.

Women in Tech and Veterans Who Code Terms and Conditions

Women in Tech:

Grant recipients must successfully complete The Software Guild admissions process and be offered a spot in the fully online or the Louisville on-ground coding bootcamp program with a cohort start date prior to December 31, 2017. Failure to begin the program prior to this date will result in forfeiture of the full grant award.

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. Student 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. Female students qualify based on self-identification. This grant opportunity may not be combined with other grant opportunities.

Veterans Who Code:

Grant recipients must successfully complete The Software Guild admissions process and be offered a spot in the fully online or the Louisville on-ground coding bootcamp program with a cohort start date prior to December 31, 2017. Failure to begin the program prior to this date will result in forfeiture of the full grant award.

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. Student 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. Military personnel in the following groups – reservists, veterans, and/or active-duty service members – are eligible and must present proof of eligibility defined as original statement of service or certificate of release or discharge. This grant opportunity may not be combined with other grant opportunities.

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Test Yourself

Not sure if software development is for you? Try our free online Introduction to Web Development course. Apprentices for beginner-level bootcamps .NET/C# and Java are required to take this course, because it helps prepare you for your time as an apprentice by teaching you the basics of Git, HTML, CSS and JavaScript. Projects you complete in this course will be discussed during the first weeks of the Java and .NET/C# cohorts.

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How to Apply

Filling out our application form is the first step on your road to becoming a junior developer or advancing to a master-level skill set. A member of our enrollment team will reach out to ask you additional questions and answer any questions you may have.

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