Suggested application deadline: December 5
Rolling admissions means the earlier you apply, the most spots there are available. Browse the dates below and start your coding school admissions application for software development training today!
Suggested application deadline: December 5
Suggested application deadline: January 16
Suggested application deadline: March 6
This short-form questionnaire helps our team customize your interview and admissions experience.
During this 30-45 min Zoom conversation we help you plan for success starting with a goal assessment and extensive Q&A. You'll receive a link to schedule this interview after applying, and you'll be able to meet with Alchemy’s admissions team more than once.
A paid program deposit and signed agreement secure your cohort seat. You then have time to apply for scholarships (if applicable) and to explore your funding and preparation plans with our coding bootcamp admissions team as a resource.
Preparation requires 40 hours of tutorial prework online. You can also take our Developer 101 course. You'll join our prework Slack and have access to instructional support and our entire community before your cohort begins!
We’re here to help you succeed. From the minute you’re enrolled until long after graduation we’re invested in providing the tools and resources you need at every step in your new career. Over the course of our rigorous program, we work with each student to tailor a personalized career strategy and introduce you to a network of tech employers, software engineers who are alumni of the program, community partners, and opportunities.
Program Tuition: $24,000 / 25 Weeks Full-time
Find the financing plan that’s right for you
Pay tuition in full one week prior to starting the program, or choose an installment plan to pay installments throughout the program for a fee. Ask Admissions about discounts if you pay your code school tuition upfront.
Pay your tuition after you are employed with Alchemy's Impact Income Share Agreement (ISA). In partnership with Social Finance, this option was carefully designed as an intelligent solution to building your new career with less risk for individuals who are under-employed or unemployed. ISA students only make payments once they are earning $50,000 or more per year.
Work with Alchemy's partner lender Climb Credit or your own financial institution. We recommend speaking with admissions prior to applying for funding.
Many states offer retraining grants that may cover up to $5,000 or more of your tuition. Alchemy works with WorkSystems in the Portland Metro area and other states have similar programs.
If you are eligible for Vocational Rehabilitation, you may able to use it to pay for some or all your training.
Please Contact Admissions for more details about grants and governmental assistance.
Alchemy Code Lab is listed on the State of Oregon's Eligible Training Provider List (ETPL).
If you are collecting unemployment benefits, you can continue to do so during the full duration of Alchemy’s program. This option is available to residents of Oregon, Washington, Idaho, and Utah.
Notify our team during your interview to receive your Alchemy TUI Form once enrolled. Plan to submit your form 30+ days prior to your start date.
We offer several scholarships designed to create more opportunities for self-identifying women, Veterans, LGBTQ+, and individuals from racial and ethnic backgrounds that are traditionally underrepresented in tech.
Applications are open on a rolling basis. Tuition awards range from 5-70% and are based upon the degree of barrier entering the tech field and personal need. Alchemy does not turn away any qualifying applicants.
This $2,500 tuition scholarship is awarded to two women per cohort (located anywhere in the US) and is provided in partnership with Alchemy.
We'll help you create a trajectory-based goal plan to determine if Alchemy is the right training program for your needs.
During the programming bootcamp admissions process we provide:
Whether you're just beginning your decision making process, or you're ready to apply, we're here to help.
I enjoy offering tangible support for people to define their career goals along with a realistic formula to get there.
When companies talk about hiring and bringing diverse perspectives onto their teams, they want people like Alchemy’s students. People who have learned how to code and can immediately contribute to their teams, but who also bring so much lived experience from different backgrounds, varied education, and their past jobs.
Career Development Advocate
State of Oregon