What to Expect

devCodeCamp delivers a proven curriculum to get people the required skills to be a professional software engineer without any upfront costs.

You can enjoy a modern learning experience while being trained to make an impact in the growing tech industry.

Students do not pay anything until they get a job making at least $40,000 per year.

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How Tuition Works

devCodeCamp provides your software education at no tuition cost upfront. In return, once you are employed making a minimum of $40,000 per year, you then pay 15% of your salary for three years.

The maximum tuition you could pay is capped at $30,000.

No job means no requirement to pay back your tuition.

Optionally, you can pay the $17,800 tuition up-front, or you can secure a loan through our lending partners.

Outcomes Report

  • 82.4%

    2016 & 2017 Combined Graduation Rate

  • 92.2%

    2016 & 2017 Combined Job Placement Rate

  • $52,500

    2016 & 2017 Median Starting Salary

  • AGL

    devCodeCamp has invested in and engaged a third-party audit firm, AGL Group of Atlanta Georgia to review our student outcomes for the years 2016 and 2017. For your convenience, we have averaged the two years results. To review either 2016 or 2017 individually just click on that report. AGL Group is also an approved outcomes auditor for CIRR.org. devCodeCamp is not associated with CIRR.org

Our Mission

devCodeCamp has aligned itself with your success. We prosper only when our students do.

We’re revolutionizing the way someone goes about learning software engineering; in months instead of years, in project-based learning instead of theory, and now investing in talented candidates.

Software development is one of the most in-demand jobs in the country, and we are here to fill the Midwest talent gap.

We strive to invest in people with untapped talent that may not have the ability to pay our tuition upfront, extending the talent funnel of available candidates for hiring companies.

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