Scholarships, tuition cost, and payment plans
Students pay $6,000 up front for tuition. Needs-based scholarships are available to cover the $6,000 initial cost, for those who qualify.
Students who receive and accept an offer for an apprenticeship or direct-hire job with a Zip Code Wilmington corporate partner will have the remainder of their tuition forgiven if (a) the corporate partner agrees to repay the remainder of the student’s tuition after (b) the student completes 26 full weeks of employment in the direct-hire job for that corporate partner.
Students who do not receive an offer for a direct-hire job with a corporate partner, or who decline an offer from a corporate partner, are responsible for paying the remaining balance due in accordance with the Student Tuition Agreement and Promissory Note, up to a maximum balance of $6,000.
Need-based scholarships for the $6,000 upfront payment are available for a select number of students who can prove their household has earned less than 200% of the national poverty level (see the federal guidelines for details: http://familiesusa.org/product/federal-poverty-guidelines).
Need-based scholarships for the $6,000 upfront payment are available for a select number of students who can prove their household has earned less than 200% of the national poverty level (see the federal guidelines for details: http://familiesusa.org/product/federal-poverty-guidelines). Payment plans are also available.
If you are an active duty military service member, a reservist military member, a veteran, or the spouse of an active duty or reservist military service member, you may be eligible to receive a scholarship from Interdigital.
Veterans with at least one day of unexpired GI Bill entitlement at the start of the class may be eligible for tuition/housing assistance from the Department of Veterans Affairs.
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With help from our corporate partner, BlackRock, we are able to provide a limited number of bi-weekly stipends to qualified students who are living at or below 200% of the national poverty level. Students may apply for financial assistance once they've been accepted into the program. Proper documentation is required.
For additional information regarding qualifications, scholarship or tuition payment options