Digital Workshop Center Trade School

Payment Plans

Provided by Climb Credit

If you have questions on payment plan options and which one is right for you, contact us to schedule a student advising appointment today or call 970-980-8091.

Payment Options

Affordable payment plan and loan options available

0% Interest Financing

Provided by Climb Credit

Pay flat amount per month

  • Interest Rate: 0%
  • Payments begin on the first day of class
  • $100 Registration fee
  • 12 even payments (actual cost varies per program)

Faster Repayment

Provided by Climb Credit

Pay average of $219 to $249 per month

  • Interest Rates 7.99% to 17.99% (Max APR 26%)
  • Payments begin on the first day of class
  • $100 Registration fee
  • 30 monthly average payments of $219 to $249 (actual cost varies per program)

    Pay Later

    Provided by Climb Credit

    Pay $0 tuition for 8 months

    • Interest Rates: 7.99% to 17.99% (Max APR 26%)
    • No payment for 8 months.  23 months principal & interest after
    • $100 Registration fee
    • 8 monthly payments of $0
    • 23 monthly payments after (actual cost varies per program)

    Most Flexible

    Provided by Climb Credit

    Pay less to start; flat amount after

    • Interest Rates 7.99% to 17.99% (Max APR 26%)
    • Payments begin on the first day of class
    • $100 Registration fee
    • 8 monthly payments at lower cost
    • 22 monthly payments after (actual cost varies per program)

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    Why Digital Workshop Center?

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    career counseling and mentoring included

    Always Live & Online | Hands-On | Affordable | Small Class Sizes | Expert Instructors

    *program statistics compiled from DWC employment and wage report (2020-2023)

    Questions on Payment Plans or Financial Aid?