Everyone’s life situation is different, so at CyberWarrior Academy we work hard to give you a series of options for paying our tuition. 


$23,500 USD

Veterans and transitioning service members can leverage their GI Bill Benefits to attend the program for zero out of pocket cost.


Simply, we never want tuition to be a barrier to a rewarding career in cybersecurity.

FAFSA, Pell Grants & Guaranteed Student Loans

Through our partnership with the Boston-based Benjamin Franklin Institute of Technology, students can apply through the FAFSA for Pell Grants and Guaranteed Student Loans. Though FAFSA awards will never fully cover the bootcamp tuition, it can provide a low-cost start to covering a student tuition.  Grant and loan awards typically will range from $6,500 to $17,000.

Post 9/11 GI Bill Benefits

Through our partnership with the Boston-based Benjamin Franklin Institute of Technology, students who served in the military and qualify for the Post 9/11 GI Bill can cover their entire tuition through this benefit. Qualifying students must obtain their Certificate of Eligibility from the VA and still have a minimum of six and a half (6 ½) months of benefits remaining.

VR&E Benefits (Veterans Voc-Rehab)

Through our partnership with the Boston-based Benjamin Franklin Institute of Technology, students who are considered disabled by the Veterans Administration can pay for some and perhaps all of our bootcamp tuition through this benefit.

Veterans looking to utilize this benefit need to work directly with their VA Counselor to demonstrate how the CyberWarrior Academy bootcamp, certifications and overall training can enhance their career pathway options. Our team will work closely with veterans and communicate the program on their behalf to their VA Counselor.

VRRAP (Veteran Rapid Retraining Assistance Program)

Through our partnership with the Boston-based Benjamin Franklin Institute of Technology, veterans who lost their job directly due to the Covid-19 pandemic can qualify to have their entire bootcamp tuition paid for through this program.  Funding for the program is not permanent and can run out, so prospective students who are under this veteran category are encouraged to act quickly to secure this benefit.

Ascent Non-Traditional

CyberWarrior Academy has partnered with the lending firm Ascent to help students secure low-cost loans with rates based on a student’s risk factor.  The lending program can cover the entire cost of your tuition while also allowing you to borrow up to an additional $10,000 living allowance stipend, giving you the opportunity to focus on your training with less worry about paying bills.

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Income Share Agreements (ISA)

CyberWarrior Academy has partnered with the firm Leif, one of the largest Income Share Agreement firms in the country, to give students the chance to pay for their tuition, risk free.  Under this program, students can have their entire tuition paid for by a 3rd party investor and only be obligated to pay back the investment after they are earning $50,000/year.  Students have no obligation to share their income if they earn less than $50,000.

For more information, visit our Leif page and try out our calculator to see what your income share would be based on a sliding scale of salaries.


Whether any of the tuition payment options works for you as a stand-alone method of payment or whether you want to try to combine options to pay for your bootcamp tuition, we are here to help.  To learn more about tuition options or to talk with a tuition counselor, please send us an email at You can also call us at 339-3384498 or 339-338-4493. We are here to help you navigate tuition payment options and bring you one step closer to a lucrative and rewarding career in cybersecurity.

Note: CyberWarrior Academy is eager to train any student from outside of the United States who is interested in our training program to become a cybersecurity professional. While we encourage international students to apply for admission, unfortunately, our lending partner only accepts student loan applications from United States citizens or those holding a U.S. Green Card, enabling the person to work in the U.S. However, if you can self-finance the tuition or have access to an international lender, we encourage you to still apply for our program.