Tuition & Financial Aid

Accessible Education for Working Adults

Foundry College’s tuition and financial aid programs are structured to make high-quality education available to working adults of all backgrounds.

Attend Foundry College for Free

Tuition will be waived for students who are admitted to our Winter 2020 cohort (starting in January 2020). Students who apply and are accepted into our Winter 2020 cohort will have the opportunity to complete the full two-year degree program at no cost. Space is limited, so we encourage interested students to apply as soon as possible.

Applications are due by no later than December 2, 2019.

High-Value Skills at an Affordable Price

$1,000 per course
x 12 courses

= $12,000 Associate Degree in Business Management

Every course at Foundry College is designed to help students build the skills they need to succeed as the labor market changes.

Our active learning approach, combined with our commitment to containing coursework in the classroom, means that every minute students spend in class is valuable and impactful.

Each course is priced at $1,000. The entire two-year associate degree program at Foundry College costs only $12,000 — there are no additional fees, books, or other required materials to purchase.

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Financial Aid

Once Foundry College has received accreditation, Foundry students will qualify for need-based grants and loans from a variety of public and private sources. Foundry will work with students to identify the financial aid options best suited to their individual needs. Visit our Frequently Asked Questions page for more information.

Student Success & Refund Guarantee

At Foundry College, we believe that receiving a degree should signify true mastery of the material. Students in our programs are evaluated based on mastery—“mastering” a course means deeply understanding the content, and “in progress” means trying again until capability improves. We offer extensive academic and personal support to ensure that every student is positioned to succeed. However, if it becomes clear within the first four weeks of a course that a student will not be successful in the program, we will refund* their tuition.

*minus the deposit.

Start Today for a Better Job Tomorrow