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Prospective students and military veterans can learn more about Eleven Fifty by visiting our Frequently Asked Questions resource. You’ll find information about qualification requirements, curriculum, necessary equipment, and more. If you still have questions, use our website chat feature, fill out our contact form, or call us at 1-855-925-1150.
Yes; Eleven Fifty has several free introductory courses including coding, cybersecurity, UX/UI design, and HTML & CSS for beginners. Our intro classes are all streamed online and available to all prospective students and former service members thinking about joining a full-time course.
For Eleven Fifty grads, job opportunities are diverse: if you complete our coding bootcamp, you could become a software developer, full-stack developer, or a designer. Students who complete a cybersecurity bootcamp can pursue careers to become an information security analyst, incident response analyst, or a SOC analyst.
Along with GI Bill benefits, about 99% of Eleven Fifty students are on some form of financial assistance, ranging from $10,000 scholarships to financial aid loans. Visit our scholarship page for more information and to see if you qualify for assistance.
Eleven Fifty Academy accepts the GI Bill, which will cover your tuition and provide stipends for books and housing.
Financing options are available through Eleven Fifty to help lighten the load of tuition costs. We’ve partnered with student loan providers to make it easy for you to begin your journey into tech. If you need guidance on your options, our admissions advisors are happy to assist you.
Yes, complete beginners can apply. Entry into the immersive coding and cybersecurity programs is application-based. Typing and basic computer skills are necessary, and admissions counselors will also determine your logic and problem-solving aptitude. Some technical knowledge will give you an advantage, but it’s not necessary to be accepted into the program.
Due to COVID-19, Eleven Fifty’s full-time coding courses are all being held online. Under normal circumstances, we hold all of our full-time and part-time classes at both our Indianapolis and Fishers campuses and online.
Eleven Fifty’s coding and cybersecurity bootcamps are 12-week courses. Classes will be held online from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday to Friday.
To attend Eleven Fifty Academy’s bootcamps, students must be at least 18 years of age. However, there is not an age requirement to attend our Free Intro classes.
For our 12 week immersive program, classes are Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Be sure to get plenty of rest the night before and eat a good breakfast before arriving.
Lunch is served each day you are with us. Please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org if there are any dietary requirements or special food considerations and we’ll do our best to accommodate.
For our 24 week part-time program, classes are held onsite on Tuesday and Thursday evenings and one Saturday a month. There will be office/virtual hours available outside of class in case you are in need of help for your assignments.
Currently, we offer classes at two campuses. One campus is located in Fishers, Indiana, and the other is Downtown Indianapolis.
Our new part-time 24 week program is offered so many students can still work while attending school. Classes are offered in the evenings and on Saturdays.
If you are joining us for our longer (12/24-week, etc.) program, please refer to the cancellation policy.
Occasionally, we miss the mark and don’t have the required number of registrations needed to hold a class. If this is the case for your class, we will notify you two weeks prior to the start of class and we will issue a full refund.
Through our partnership with SkillsFund, Climb, and Meritize. Eleven Fifty Academy is pleased to offer students the opportunity to finance their course tuition. For more information, please see our finance page.
At times, we have partners who generously donate scholarships or award us grant funding. When applying to our program, your application will be evaluated for possible consideration for these funding sources.
The cost of our courses varies based on a few factors. Reasons taken into account include location, length of course, course of study, and start date.
For more information about the cost of our programs, meet with an Admissions Coach. Our team can help you understand costs, as well as cover financing and scholarship options.
We teach open-source language stacks in our courses. There are no nationally recognized certifications that guarantee you are certified as a software developer. In this industry, the work you produce and the skills you exhibit set you up for job opportunities. Employers are looking for people who can produce work and after completing your course at Eleven Fifty you will have a portfolio full of work to show potential employers.
We take great pride in creating a learning experience that is focused on you. We have standing desks, ergonomic chairs, whiteboard desktops, and employer-reviewed curriculum.
Days are typically started off with review of the previous days’ material. Later, hands-on challenges are done to further reiterate those materials. Days usually end with time to work on projects and more review.
Our instructors at Eleven Fifty Academy are a combination of full-time staff and contract experts from the field. All of our instructors have a mix of experience, certifications, and pedagogue training in their area(s) of expertise.
While no coding experience is required for our immersive learning programs, we will gauge your typing and basic computer skills as well as logic and problem-solving aptitude to make sure you have what you need to be successful in the classroom and beyond your time at Eleven Fifty Academy.
Entry into our immersive coding and cybersecurity programs is application-based. We consider your typing and basic computer skills as well as your logic and problem-solving aptitude as part of qualifications for the program.
With the acceleration of the program, spending time in the evening revisiting, reviewing, and writing code is expected. While this time can vary per student and skill level, the consensus from former students is, on average, 2 hours a night and 5-10 hours on the weekend.
We, at Eleven Fifty Academy, are focused on maximizing your learning experience while you are with us. This means there might be times where you need to do a bit of preparation. And, other times, being well-rested is the best preparation possible. For each specific class or workshop, check the course description for any prerequisites for your class.
Joining us for a 12 or 24-week immersive program? You will receive preparation work when you enroll. This preparation work is due at Orientation, which is approximately 1 week prior to the start of a class.
Based on feedback from our employer partners, these are the languages that are most in demand for entry-level coding positions. We work hard to make sure you are getting relevant skills that lead to employment. We frequently gauge the needs of the industry and adjust our courses and curriculum accordingly.
During the program, there are “gates” to help calibrate your success in the program: Gold, Blue, and Red Badges. To earn a badge, there is an assessment and grading rubric that is used to determine if the student has met the expectations. Each grading rubric measures whiteboard coding (problem-solving logic thinking), mini-projects (application skills), written assessment (knowledge), and project work presentation. The complexity of each rubric and assessment increases as you progress through the program.
For our immersive programs, preparing your laptop is one of the best ways to prepare for class. In order to arm you for success, below are our minimum requirement for your laptop. Given that you will need your laptop for class work and in the evenings for homework, you will need a laptop rather than a desktop. It is also recommended by our previous students that a mouse and mouse pad are valuable (though not required) as well.
If you have a Windows laptop, here is what you will need to be successful:
If you have a Mac computer, here is what you will need to be successful:
If you have a question or concern about your laptop, feel free to reach out to email@example.com and one of our instructional staff members will help out!
On a quarterly basis, we review our curriculum with our employer partners and advisory board. Our curriculum is crafted to align with the exact talent needed in the local tech community.
Yes! We offer part-time programs. The program is held Tuesday and Thursday evenings from 5:30 to 9:30 p.m. and 1 – 2 Saturday’s a month from 9:00 a.m. to 5 p.m. Our part-time programs last a total of 24 weeks.