Overview of Tuition Options at Flatiron School
Payment Overview

Overview of Tuition Options at Flatiron School

At Flatiron School, we also back up our commitment to student success with a money-back guarantee: graduates who fulfill our career services commitment and don’t get a job within six months of their job-seeking start date are eligible for a full refund on their tuition.

The following tuition, financing and scholarships details are all applicable to our to On-Campus and Online Bootcamp Programs.

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Monthly Payments – Pay As You Go

Finance through one of our financing partners. Monthly financing payment ranges from $455/month to $533/month, depending on your campus. Requires a $1,000 non-refundable upfront deposit for On-Campus courses, a $1,500 deposit for full-time and part-time Online courses, or a $1,000 deposit for self-paced Online courses

Learn more about financing with Skills Fund and Climb.

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Pay Upfront — Lowest Cost

Pay a deposit to save your seat, then the remainder of your tuition prior to your start date.

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Flatiron School Income Share Agreement (ISA)

Make a $2,000 initial payment and make no other tuition payments until you leave the program and earn at least $3,333.34/month in gross income (equivalent to $40,000/year). You don’t make any other payments unless you are earning this minimum income.

Currently available in Atlanta, Chicago, D.C., Seattle, Denver, and Austin.

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Monthly Installments (Online Programs Only)

Pay your deposit and then set up the reminder to be charged monthly to your credit or debit card for 10 months.

Tuition varies by location, format, and discipline. Specific tuition by location and format can be found at the links below.

Monthly Payments with Financing
Financing Option Details

Monthly Payments with Financing

Monthly Payments — Pay As You Go Privately Financed Loans

Flatiron School has partnered with Skills Fund and Climb, two industry-leading accelerated learning financing companies, to give all students the option to pay for courses via monthly payments for up to 36 months.

Students can take out a loan to cover the cost of their course (minus deposit and scholarships) toward any U.S.-based Career course.

How privately financed loans work for both On-Campus and Online courses:

Step 1

Students apply for a loan. Applying is free and doesn’t impact your credit score.

Step 2

Students accept loan terms, which may vary. Schedule a Chat with an Admissions member for more information.

Step 3

Based on terms, students begin paying their loan upon the start of the program. There is no penalty for repaying a loan early.

How privately financed loans work for both On-Campus and Online courses:

Monthly Installments (Online Program Only)

Online students also have the option to pay monthly out of pocket while enrolled in their course.

Students on monthly plans pay the same amount each month for 10 months — the $500 deposit is included in the cost of your first month’s tuition. Ask an Admissions member for more details.

Scholarships
Scholarships

Scholarships

Flatiron School is committed to making our programs more accessible to students from underrepresented groups in tech and those who show a notable passion for learning to code. We consistently offer full and partial scholarships through our own grants and in partnership with other like-minded organizations to qualified students based on need, merit, and passion.

To see a full list of open scholarship opportunities, visit our scholarships page. You can always get your questions answered or discuss your scholarship eligibility by scheduling a consultative call with one of our admissions advisors here.

Deferred Tuition
Deferred Tuition

Deferred Tuition

Access Labs

We offer a deferred tuition model at the Access Labs Initiative at our Brooklyn Campus, a software engineering program powered by the innovators and educators at WeWork and Flatiron School. This program is aimed at expanding access to coding education and increasing opportunity in tech for people who can’t afford upfront tuition.

Open only to students earning less than $35,000 annually, Access Labs requires no upfront deposit or tuition payment. (See tuition details).

Flatiron School Income Share Agreement (ISA)
ISA

Flatiron School Income Share Agreement (ISA)

With the Flatiron School ISA, we invest in your success, making your career change more accessible.

The Flatiron School Income Share Agreement (ISA) aligns tuition payments with post-program income. You’ll make a $2,000 initial payment upon enrolling at Flatiron School and agree to pay 10% of your monthly gross income once you complete the program and are earning at least $3,333.34/month (equivalent to $40,000/year). Following a six-month grace period, you’ll make a maximum of up to 48 monthly payments over a maximum payment window of up to 96 months (8 years) — but only when you’re earning at least the minimum income. If you’re not earning at least the minimum income, you’re not paying.

This is us investing in your success. We’re proud of our strong job outcomes and are ready to help transform your career.

Deferred Payment Program in the UK
UK-Based Students

Deferred Payment Program in the UK

Flatiron School’s Deferred Payment Plans (DPPs) make career-change education more accessible for students in the UK. With a DPP, you pay nothing toward your tuition (beyond an initial deposit to secure your seat) until after you leave Flatiron School and are earning at least the minimum income — regardless of job type or industry. You don’t pay until you are getting paid.