Getting Started

Once you have applied for admission to Turing, your next step is to determine how you will finance your education. Attending Turing is an investment in yourself. Our alumni earn a median salary of $75,000 in their first job after Turing.

We know that tuition and living expenses for 7 months seems like a lot, which is why we are dedicated to working with you once you have been accepted and before you start with us to figure out a budget and financial plan that works for you.

Tuition

How much does Turing cost?

Tuition for the 7-month program is $20,000 which includes a new laptop.

Payment Options

Tuition is due 30 days prior to your Mod 1 start date.

There are several ways to pay:

  1. Full payment upfront with check or cash.
  2. We are proud to accept the GI Bill®* from veterans or their family members. Eligibility requirements vary, please visit vets.gov or email veteran@turing.edu to learn more.
  3. We have lending partners who offer special status and rates for Turing students. You can finance your time here for both tuition and cost of living with a loan through Sallie Mae Career Training Loan, Ascent or Climb.

*GI Bill® is a registered trademark of the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA). More information about education benefits offered by VA is available at the official U.S. government Web site at https://www.benefits.va.gov/gibill.

Additional Support

What else can assist my funding?

Turing awards two $4,000 diversity scholarships each cohort to individuals who have been historically underrepresented in the tech industry. Once you enroll, you will receive application information a few weeks before your start date.

Grants are available for qualified students. Contact your county’s workforce center for more information.

Vocational Rehab is available for individuals with disabilities. Contact a Division of Vocational Rehab Office in your area to determine eligibility.