How Much Does Hackbright Academy Cost and How Can I Pay for It?
We believe you’re worth investing in, and so do a lot of others. Many of our students pay their tuition ($12,900 for the Software Engineering Course) out of pocket. For those who need extra help, you can apply for a scholarship or look into the financing options below.
These are lenders that are well known in the bootcamp industry and who are familiar with Hackbright and our students, but you can use any financing option you’re able to find. (Federal loans are not available). Applicants will not receive special consideration for the source of their funding. We want you to do what works best for you.
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SOFTWARE ENGINEERING PROGRAM
About Third-Party Loans
A private loan is issued to the student and is a non-federal, educational loan that may require a co-signer. These loans vary in terms, conditions, eligibility requirements, additional fees, and typically have variable or fixed interest rates based on credit scores.
Before applying for any loan, you should evaluate the criteria to determine if it’s right for you. The lenders above were selected because they provide finance options for Strayer University’s Hackbright students. To determine which lenders and loans to list, we request information periodically and select lenders who meet our criteria. Loan options that don’t adhere to our criteria are removed, and new options that meet our criteria are added. Multiple lenders will be presented at all times.
If you’re interested in a loan that’s not listed, contact the lender directly to determine the application process.
Our Commitment to You
Please know that we maintain professional relationships with all lenders and will not display financing options in exchange for payment or benefits—including compensation to serve on any lender board of directors or advisory boards; accepting gifts including trips, meals, and entertainment; allowing lenders to staff our institution’s financial aid office; allowing lenders to place our institution’s name or logo on their products; and owning lenders’ stock (for those college officials who make loan decisions for our institution).