Only Pay Tuition After You’re Hired

Join Rithm at no upfront cost. With our Deferred Tuition Model, you pay back your tuition once you’ve landed a job making $60,000 or more.

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How The Deferred Tuition Model Works

We're Invested in Your Success

We're focused on allowing you to learn new skills and land a job first and foremost. Start paying tuition only once you've secured a role earning at least $60,000 per year.

Tuition Payment Cap

Total tuition possible is capped at a maximum of $34,500. Alternatively, you may opt to pay a tuition of $23,000 up-front.

Payment Periods

After you’ve reached the minimum income threshold of $60,000, you’ll start paying back 17% percent of your monthly earned income over 24 months.

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Our admissions staff is available to answer your questions about how our Deferred Tuition Model can help launch your new career.

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Financing Options

We offer a variety of financial options. Learn about our other payment and financing options to find the right one for you.

Deferred Tuition Skills Fund Loan Upfront Tuition
Cost Deposit: $1,000
17% of salary
Payments over 2 years
Deposit: $1,000
Tuition: $23,000
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Deposit: $1,000
Tuition: $23,000
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Frequently Asked Questions

You will be invited to apply via email. When you receive your invitation, you can visit rithmschool.vemo.com to complete your application. The application will only take a few minutes to complete, and your account will be up and running within one week.

Yes. You may satisfy your Deferred Tuition at any time by paying the payment cap, minus any payments you’ve already made.

Yes. You will still share your income according to the terms of the agreement.

Yes! We work with Skills Fund to help students finance their tuition.

We initially offered a money back guarantee because we were new and we recognized that attending Rithm involved a bit of a leap of faith on behalf of students. Now that we have published outcomes numbers, students are much better informed when trying to decide which coding program works best for them.

You'll pay a percentage of your gross salary (before taxes).

The minimum income threshold is $60,000. If your income falls below $60,000, your payments will pause. Your payments will resume when your income increases above the threshold.

It depends. The tuition is tied to your income, so how much you pay will vary based on how much you're earning. Because the tuition is capped, the maximum you will ever pay is $34,500 or 1.5 times the tuition.

Monthly payments are calculated by applying your income share to your total monthly earned income. You will receive a monthly bill for this amount, and you can make your payments online, over the phone, or via mail.

You can take a look at an example disclosure form here, and an example agreement contract here.