We’re excited to announce that Hackbright is now officially offering an Income Share Agreement (ISA) as a new financing option to new bootcamp students.
What’s The Hackbright Income Share Agreement Going To Be?
Here’s a high-level view of the Hackbright Income Share Agreement.
You don’t pay anything over the course of your time at Hackbright Academy. Upon graduation, you’ll start looking for a job. If you find employment that meets certain salary thresholds, you’ll start making payments back on your Hackbright education. Those payments will be based on a percentage of your salary. You’d be making those payments until you’ve paid off the ISA.
Remember, that a Hackbright ISA will cost more than other financing options, and it will cost more than paying for your education upfront.
But the point of an ISA isn’t to pay less. The point is to make your Hackbright education more financially accessible.
Income share agreements help prospective students finance their education even if they can’t afford to pay it upfront or qualify for other types of financing. ISAs help students invest in themselves and their education when there are no other reasonable options available.
That’s why we decided to start offering ISAs at Hackbright.
Who’s The Income Share Agreement For?
It’s important to remember that anyone can qualify for an income share agreement, but ISAs are not the right fit for everybody. Be sure to consider all the options available to you before committing to any of them.
We’re Tying Tuition to Outcomes
We’re proud of the work we do here at Hackbright.
And we’re even more proud of our grads. We love seeing them use their education to build upon their careers.
Our ISA not only makes a Hackbright education more financially accessible, but it also ties your Hackbright education to your professional goals. We’re willing to put your tuition payments on the line in exchange for an opportunity for you to meet your goals.
And if you’re ready to take the next step in your career, feel free to apply to Hackbright.
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