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. Turing’s Financial Aid Services team provides students and their families personalized attention as they prepare to finance their education. Turing also offers institutional scholarships. The Financial Aid Coordinator is available to answer any questions that you may have regarding tuition. Note: All tuition and fees are subject to change.
Each of Turing’s 7-month programs are $25,000, which includes a new laptop. At the time of enrollment, each student is required to pay a $1,200 deposit which holds their spot in the cohort and triggers our system to send them their laptop.Tuition must be paid in full 30 days prior to your Mod 1 start date.
*Deposit waivers are available for GI Bill eligible veteran students with some restrictions. Please reach out to the Financial Aid Services team at firstname.lastname@example.org for questions about and application for deposit waivers.
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