Tuition & Financing
Scholarships, Grants, and Offers
Education is significant investment. To help reduce your out of pocket costs, and increase access to our coding and design bootcamps, we offer several scholarships and tuition reduction options. See what you might qualify for.
- You Belong in Tech Scholarship ($250)
- Builder Scholarship ($250)
- Alumni Referral Grant ($250)
- Educational Partner Grant (% off varies by partner)
- Decision-Maker Incentive ($250 off tuition)
- Achievement Grant (up to 100% tuition covered)*
- Lifelong Learning Grant (up to 50% of tuition)
*Available for participating employers only.
Institutional grants or scholarships are based on established criteria as published in the Institution’s Catalog or on its website and are awarded after verification that the conditions of eligibility have been met.View Scholarships & Offers
- Software Development
- Decision-Maker Incentive
- Scholarship Award*
- Refundable Deposit
- Financing Available
- Installment Plans
Base TuitionFlex / Full-time / Part-time
Software Development Software Dev.:9,500
- Early Bird Discounts:$250 off tuition
- Scholarship Award:$250 towards tuition
- Refundable Deposit:$99 Deposit
- Financing:3-10 Year Terms
Plans:0% Interest Plan Available Avail.
* Institutional grants or scholarships are based on established criteria as published in the institution's Catalog or on it's website and are awarded after verification that the conditions of eligibility have been met.
Finance Your Education
Looking to finance your education? Third-party lenders offer affordable loan options for DigitalCrafts’ students across all financial backgrounds.
Climb Credit Financing
Climb Credit is an innovative student lending platform that provides accessible and affordable payment options for your education.
Climb will define a plan and payment options for DigitalCrafts’ students across all financial backgrounds.Apply For Financing*
*See each lender's application form for additional disclosures required by Truth in Lending Act
Our Recommended Lenders
Private education loans are credit-based consumer loans that can be used to pay any post-secondary education-related expenses, including tuition and fees, books, and transportation. Always consider your lowest-cost options first, including grants, scholarships, and all student loan eligibility. Eligibility for private loans is based on credit-worthiness and ability to repay, not on financial need. AIU and DigitalCrafts are not responsible for making loan eligibility determination for private education loans.
We are providing you with these lending options as they provide competitive loan options for our students. You do not need to select any of these lenders, and we encourage you to look around for additional financing options that may be available to you. You have the right to choose any private lender you wish, and DigitalCrafts will work with any lender a student chooses to process his or her student loan.
Private Loan Options available to our students:
|Interest Rates*||7.99% - 20.49%|
|Payment Deferral||Interest-only while in school + 3 months for full-time students|
|Repayment Terms||~3 - 5 years|
|Co-borrowers||Applying with co-borrower may improve interest rate but isn't needed for approval if 18+ with US address|
*Borrower must be a U.S. resident and at least 18 years of age. Rates will vary depending on financial standing and credit history. Rates as of 9/5/2023.
DigitalCrafts receives no fee or other consideration from these lenders for loans they make to DigitalCrafts students. DigitalCrafts believes that the loans offered by the two lenders listed above are competitive with terms offered by other private lenders; however, DigitalCrafts recommends that you investigate other available financing options before making a decision as to how you will finance your education at DigitalCrafts. DigitalCrafts accepts loans from any eligible lender you select.
Method and Criteria for Lender Selection
The lenders listed above, have indicated they will make loans to students in the DigitalCrafts program offerings. Furthermore, at least annually, we request information such as their disclosures, interest rates, origination and other fees and repayment options from our potential preferred lenders. We will also factor in the quality of the servicing that our students have received, factoring in student feedback and complaints, if any. Based on this information and we make our preferred lender list, with what we consider to be in the student’s best interests. DigitalCrafts evaluates and reviews lenders at least annually.
These lenders are not an affiliate of each other.
Code of Conduct
DigitalCrafts recognizes that ensuring the integrity of the student financial aid process is critical to providing students fair and affordable access to higher education. In furtherance of that goal, DigitalCrafts has promulgated the HEOA Code of Conduct (the “Code”) which prohibits activities which may create conflicts of interest in the student financial aid process between, on the one hand, DigitalCrafts and its campuses, and, on the other, its students and their parents. This Code is in accordance with the requirements of the federal Higher Education Opportunity Act of 2008 (“HEOA”), and incorporates all terms, definitions, exceptions and conditions set forth in the HEOA. You may view our code of conduct here
Financial Aid Opportunities Available to Students
Title IV funding can offer lower cost funding options, however, programs offered by DigitalCrafts are either not eligible for, or are not currently participating in the Federal (Title IV) financial aid programs. To review eligibility for federal student aid, please visit: https://studentaid.gov/. Please note, that the DigitalCraft programs do not currently participate in the Federal Student Aid programs.
The choice is yours
You may borrow from any lender you choose and are not required to use a lender on our preferred lender list. DigitalCrafts will accept loans from any eligible lender you select.
Prior to finalizing a private educational loan, your lender will send you a Self-Certification form upon request.
Additional Tuition Information
Yes, you can change your mind up until the start of class. If you choose to finance tuition, you can't change your mind once class begins, but you can prepay with no penalty. We always do our best to work with students, so feel free to reach out with any questions surrounding tuition or payments.
A pro-rated refund will be given up until the 50% point in class.
Financing: If you withdraw within the refund period, and you financed tuition, we'll pro-rate your refund and lower the balance of your loan accordingly. You'll still be responsible for making the associated payments for your remaining balance.
If financing through a third-party lender, you'll need to apply and accept the terms of your loan to reserve your seat in class. If paying up front, tuition is typically due 2 weeks prior to the start of class. If you use a lender other than than our partner(s), tuition is due as if you're paying up front.
We accept bank transfer (preferred), credit cards, and checks (any bounced checks will incurr a fee).
The $99 deposit reserves your seat in class and is fully refundable if you decide not to join us prior to class starting.
Scholarships can be combined with any other grants and tuition incentives; however, scholarships cannot be combined with other scholarships. Students may qualify for up to one scholarship, one alumni grant, and one enrollment incentive. The only exceptions are the Educational Partner Grant and the Lifelong Learning Grant, which cannot be combined with any other scholarship, grant, or offer.
Employers often send employees through our training programs, and in many cases we are able to provide corporate pricing that fits within your teams' budget. Please reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org with all corporate inquiries.
DigitalCrafts is not able to accept any VA benefits (including GI BIll, VET TEC, and VRRAP) or WIOA funding at this time.
While DigitalCrafts, a part of the AIU System, is part of a Title IV eligible institution offering Title IV eligible programs, DigitalCrafts has elected and designated some of its programs as not participating in Title IV federal financial aid programs. If a program is designated in this manner, it will be noted in its catalog description. This means students enrolling in these designated programs may not use Federal Student Aid to help pay for them. Instead, it offers a variety of zero interest payment options for students.