Upright Education and Columbia State Community College offer a variety of resources to finance or reduce the cost of your training. In some cases, additional grant opportunities that are not listed below may be available. Our team is here to help determine what financing options are right for you. Ask your admissions advisor if there are additional resources that you may be eligible for.
A maximum of one scholarship may be used per person, per program. Some finance methods may not be available to use in combination with scholarships.
The Impact Scholarship is our commitment to diversifying the tech industry by lowering the financial barrier of entry to students affected by systemic barriers and widespread injustice. Upright Education believes that by providing this scholarship to BIPOC, LGBTQ+ and woman identifying students, we can empower the future faces of tech, in turn demanding a more diverse and inclusive industry. If you believe that you qualify for the Impact Scholarship, inform your admissions advisor at any point during the application and enrollment process.
Ignition Programs: $500
Career Bootcamps: $1,000
Participants who successfully complete a part-time Career Ignition program receive a $4,000 scholarship that can be applied towards a Career Bootcamp of the same subject. Our goal with this opportunity is for students to establish solid foundations in the part-time program in order to maximize their success in the full-time bootcamp, and ultimately be better prepared to enter a new career in technology.
Maximum award: $4,000
Loans with Ascent to finance your training. Each program allows you to receive a credit decision within minutes of applying. Visit the links below to determine your eligibility.
The income share agreement lets you attend a career bootcamp and begin paying only after you get a job that meets the minimum income requirements. When you enter into the income share agreement, you will never pay more than the cost specified in your ISA program, plus the down payment. Ask your admissions advisor about how you can enroll into an ISA program and begin your application.
Ask your admissions advisor about additional grants that may be available for you.