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CompTIA Tech Career Academy Admissions
Are We A Good Fit
Our goal is not only to train you, but to see you land—and succeed in—an IT job. You don’t need any prior tech experience to enroll. However, we have found successful students are:
- At least 18 years old
- A high school graduate (or GED holder)
- A U.S. citizen (or authorized to work in the U.S.)
- Highly motivated
- Able to demonstrate learning, communication and problem-solving skills
- Able to use a computer to navigate in the Windows environment
We will guide you through a 5-step process as we determine whether you and CompTIA Tech are a good fit:
Start by filling out a simple online application.
Take a few short assessments to help us get to know you. Learn if you qualify to move on in the process.
Meet with an advisor in a video chat to discuss your interest in CompTIA Tech.
Receive our admissions decision within two weeks after your interview.
If you are seeking financial assistance, provide us with some additional information.
For much less than the cost of a college degree, CompTIA Tech can provide the training you need to land and succeed in a great IT job. What you pay will vary depending on whether you receive financial assistance, but in keeping with our mission, we strive to keep our costs down. As a not-for-profit, our focus is not on making money—it’s on your success. And our tuition rates reflect that commitment.
Some CompTIA Tech students will need help paying tuition. Financial assistance —up to the full tuition amount—is available in many locations through our generous donor organizations. Since 2012, all eligible students to our IT-Ready Technical Support program have qualified for grants to significantly reduce their tuition expenses. Students also can access low-interest-rate CompTIA Loans to pay their tuition after their training. Explore your financial assistance options by clicking the button below.
Get Your Questions AnsweredAttend one
of our information sessions to get your specific questions answered. While talking to one of career services managers, you'll get an overview of our training program, hear about what types of jobs you can land after graduation, and learn how to apply
for admission and what types of grants are available for tuition support.