At Coder Foundry, we know that a lot of thought goes into the decision to attend bootcamp. We understand that everything from where you'll live, to what you'll study and how you'll pay for it is at the top of your Pros and Cons list. Knowing that, we've partnered with Climb Financial to make that last bullet point a little easier for you.
For the last decade, Climb has been helping students achieve their professional goals by offering low-hassle, affordable loans for institutions offering higher education. We partnered with Climb in the latter half of 2014 and have since offered financing to countless students who might have otherwise had no way to attend coding bootcamp. In our experience working directly with them (and observing them work with our students), they are a great bunch of folks that have a desire to truly make a difference in the lives of students, offering great benefits with their loans to ensure that students have every chance to succeed.
Climb loans have fixed interest rates, starting at 5% and averaging 9% with low monthly payments that start three months AFTER you graduate your program (you just pay interest in the meantime). Climb's algorithm for approval takes more into account than just your credit score, factoring in your education, other debts and more to make an informed decision about you as a borrower. You can pre-pay on your loan at any time with zero penalties (with great discounts given to borrowers who set up automatic payments from their bank accounts!) and you typically have terms of three years to get it totally paid off, so there's no need to rush!
Are you interested in attending Coder Foundry and receiving a loan for tuition? No problem! After you've applied and been accepted into Coder Foundry's program, let our team know that you're interested in applying for financing. We will send you a unique link to apply for a loan with Climb, and in most cases, you will receive a same day decision with information on interest rates and detailed payment plans. How much easier could it get?!