Get the degree that’s pandemic-proof
College students nationwide have been forced to navigate the personal and economic challenges created by COVID-19. At Make School, you’ll never have to question your return on investment. After a year filled with uncertainty on a global scale, we want to be very clear about what you can expect for Fall 2021 at Make School.
Real-World Education Whatever Our Reality
Now you can experience Make School and earn your degree wherever you choose to live.
Join Us On-Campus With Confidence
Make School is actively preparing to resume on-site classes in fall 2021 with solid COVID-19 precautions in place.
Should the situation change, we will always put your safety first. We have shown that we can adapt quickly and deliver on our student-first mission regardless of circumstances. We are ready to provide the same rigorous project-based curriculum whether Online or On-Campus.
Land a Dream Job or We’ll Pay Your Loans
One more thing. While many colleges nationwide are raising their tuition to make up for losses caused by COVID-19, Make School is not.
Support Beyond the Classroom
Putting our students first isn’t limited to our curriculum. We understand that college is a time to gain valuable life experience that will serve you well in the workplace and out in the world. That’s why we continue to be dedicated to creating a nurturing environment for our students both On-Campus and Online.
To help you stay on track with your coursework and career goals.
E-COUNSELING FROM BETTERHELP
Online access to mental health professionals paid for by Make School.
Student life will continue through extracurriculars, clubs, and community events, whether virtual or on-campus.
No Application Fee Test-Optional Unofficial Transcripts Accepted
Our admissions process has always been a coaching opportunity where we cultivate your love of computer science while assessing if you will thrive at Make School. This remains unchanged for Fall 2021.
What has changed are a few policies that are designed to make the process easier in light of COVID-19: