Admissions

Accessible Education for All

Foundry College provides a future-proof education for all students who complete admission requirements—regardless of test scores or previous grades.

Apply Online to Attend Foundry College

Our online programs help students to gain versatile capabilities that employers need along with foundational skills for business management jobs — offering a clear path to sustainable, rewarding employment.

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The Foundry College programs are designed for working adults, and can be completed on a part-time schedule. Apply today, and graduate with in-demand, future-proof skills and knowledge that employers want and need.

How to Apply

Our admissions process consists of four simple steps, is completely free, and does not require standardized test scores. Submit the Online Application on our website, so we can track and manage your admissions steps. Once submitted, you'll be emailed with information for how to complete the admissions steps outlined below.

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STEP ONE

Personality Profile

Share more about yourself through a questionnaire that measures five broad categories of personality traits.

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STEP THREE

Complete Assessment

Complete a free online assessment to show us how you think and approach problems.

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STEP TWO

Share Goals

Help us understand your personal and professional goals so we can provide you with effective support during the program.

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STEP FOUR

Identity Verification

Upload a photo with a U.S. government-issued photo ID to protect your identity.

Questions about the application process? Review our Admissions FAQ or Request more information.

Graduate with the Skills Employers Need

Foundry College students will master future-proof skills and knowledge and prepare to excel in a job that will not easily be displaced by automation. Our program is designed for working adults, with live online classes offered in the evenings, no required class preparation or homework, and an approach that embraces techniques from the science of learning to help students build expertise and apply new skills and knowledge in context.