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Deferred tuition and income share agreements (ISAs) are becoming more widely available and can be attractive to students who don’t have $20,000 in the bank. ISAs and Deferred Tuition align a school’s incentives with those of their students – essentially, a school isn't successful unless their students get jobs. Plus, deferred tuition and ISAs remove the barrier of an upfront tuition, expanding accessibility to a wider range of students. However, ISAs exist in a regulatory grey area, so students have to take extra precautions and do additional research before committing to an ISA. This guide will help you sort through the details and differentiate between the terms; plus, we’ve even helped you start your research with a list of 34 bootcamps that offer ISAs or Deferred Tuition.
Deferred tuition means students pay no upfront tuition (or very little), then start paying a set tuition amount once they graduate and find a job. You should expect to see a fixed total tuition cost that you will pay to the school in installments. Examples of deferred tuition coding bootcamps include App Academy and Rithm School.Continue Reading →