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Payment Methods & Financial Aid

Payment Methods

Digital Workshop Center accepts payment by credit card, debit card, or check. 100% of payment needs to be received at least seven (7) business days before the start of your class to guarantee your seat.

If you have pre-paid, paid your balance due as part of a certification program, or handled payment off-line (invoice or check), you do not need to take any additional steps at this time. For financial aid or payment plan information, visit our website or contact our administrative offices.

For residents of Utah, view additional Payment information here.

 

Financial Aid

Financial aid at DWC has been designed to alleviate some of the burden of getting started with your training.

Options for financial aid include a $0 Upfront Cost ISA Program, the DWC monthly payment plan, Workforce Innovation and Opportunity (WIOA) grants to those who qualify, funding from Division of Vocational Rehabilitation (DVR), Veterans Education benefits via the GI Bill® and Post 09/11 Bill® funding, or other special discounts.

Ignite ISA Program

Pay as you succeed. The Ignite Income Share Agreement (ISA) Program is an innovative approach to education funding that includes $0 upfront costs to enroll.

Trade School and Vocational Training programs that allow you to finish your certificate with real-world skills and no student loans.

Eligible for Certificate Programs including: Digital Marketing, Advanced Graphic Design, Project Management, Data Science or Frontend Web Development. Contact us to learn more and apply.

Payment Plans

DWC offers a 12 or 18 month no interest, no monthly fee financing payment plan for class or program packages greater than $500. All stand-alone classes, Certificate Programs and Bootcamps are eligible.

A one-time setup fee of $75 and first payment are due before registration may begin. Minimum payments must be made each month. Some restrictions may apply.
For more information on payment plan eligibility, contact the DWC administrative offices.

WIOA Grant Funding

WIOA is designed for those individuals who are unemployed or dislocated workers to help get back to work with skills-based training.

DWC certification programs, online bootcamps, and stand-alone classes approved by the Department of Private Occupational Schools are eligible to be paid for by the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA, formerly WIA) in Colorado and Wyoming. WIOA funds are managed by the County in which you reside.

For qualified WIOA students, payments are accepted in one of three ways: 1) pre-paid or invoiced per class basis with a WIOA payment voucher, 2) DWC payment plan or 3) up to 50% of total program cost or $3000, whichever is greater (certain restrictions may apply). You must speak to a WIOA counselor to determine which payment method is accepted by your County office.

DVR Grant Funding

If you have a recognized disability in Colorado, you may be eligible for technology skills training services from your Vocational Rehabilitation office. We have worked with students with a wide variety of disabilities, and we can coordinate with your VR office to provide an assessment or custom training plan.
Check with your local DVR office for specific questions pertaining to their process for career readiness and technology training.

Veteran Education Benefits

Are you a Veteran interested in using your education benefits to launch a new career? Veterans Education & Training at Digital Workshop Center includes high demand fields such as web design, graphic design, digital marketing, business administration, or video editing & production.

Placement Assistance

DWC is a non-accredited, private vocational training center. We are here to help students with all of their computer training needs and provide skills training on a wide variety of subjects. None of our classes are equivalent to college credits or approved by any accredited institution. We make no guarantee, expressed or implied, of future employment in any industry nor provide career counseling or placement assistance of any kind. Current law prohibits any school from guaranteeing job placement as an inducement to enroll students.