Full Stack Web Development Tuition Price Increase - Effective 2020

Aug 27, 2019
John Wark

Originally published July 29, 2019.

After much consideration, we are increasing the tuition for the Full Stack Web Development Bootcamp effective with the January 2020 class, Cohort 38. Regular tuition is increasing by $600, from $11,900 to $12,500. Opportunity Tuition will increase by $600 as well; however, the up-front deposit for an Opportunity Tuition student remains unchanged at $1,500. The Opportunity Scholarship increases by $100 to $2,500, and the deferred tuition repayment amount increases by $500 from $8,000 to $8,500. 

The increase applies to both the full-time and part-time versions of the Web Development Bootcamp starting with the January full-time (Cohort 38) and the mid-February part-time cohort (E11) classes. 

This price increase is driven entirely by increasing costs, mainly staff salaries. In particular, software developer salaries in Nashville have escalated quite a bit over the last couple of years. In order to keep our senior instructors’ incomes within touch of the rest of the local market, we need to slightly increase the cost of this program. 

The good news is that our Full-stack Web Development Bootcamp remains one of the least costly programs in the entire country - and it’s a full six months long for the full-time course and twelve months long for the part-time version compared to generally shorter programs. 

As we grow, we remain committed to offering access to tech careers for motivated adults, irrespective of economic circumstances, through high-quality learning experiences led by accomplished professionals.

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