How to Apply
Applying to Midland’s Code Academy has never been easier with our free online application! To get started, students have the option of following our application instructions step by step.Application Instructions
Scholarships are automatically considered at the time of application, and the details of your award will be included in your letter of acceptance. To position yourself as competitively as possible for a scholarship, apply early with your strongest application submission.
Immersive Summer 2022
Start Date: June 20th
Application Deadline: June 1st
Hybrid Summer 2022
Start Date: July 18th
Application Deadline: July 1st
Our focus is on making you a career-ready developer, meaning no previous coding or programming experience is required to join the Code Academy. We’ll start off with the foundations, and prepare you to be a junior developer in 12 weeks.
1. Attend Coding 101
To be accepted into the Code Academy, you will need to complete a Coding 101 workshop. You can complete the workshop in-person at one of our upcoming events, or online, if available. Access to the online modules can be granted through your advisor, after beginning the application process.
This workshop will take approximately 3 hours when in-person and establish some fundamental skills that allow all Code Academy students to begin at a similar level.
2. Plan to Use Technology.
You can learn to code on any laptop, and we want you to use a device that you’re comfortable with. If you don’t have a laptop today, we’ll provide a new MacBook Air to you upon your enrollment in the Code Academy. If you already have a laptop you would prefer to use, additional scholarship support will be available in place of this device.
Scholarships & Technology Support
Students who complete an application to start in the Midland University Code Academy may qualify for a $1,000 Early Bird Scholarship and upon starting the program will receive a free MacBook Air.
See terms and conditions for both offer details.
Once you’ve been accepted into the Code Academy and have decided to get started, you’ll need to work closely with your advisor to finalize all the logistics of joining our program.
We will require a $250 deposit to secure your seat in the course. This deposit will apply to your total balance at Midland and will trigger your enrollment in class. You can pay your deposit online or by check.
We will also work with you to finalize your payment or loans plan, scholarships, and confirm your laptop for your first class.
Omaha’s only full-time, immersive program will give you the technical skills you need to compete for junior-level developer positions. You’ll learn both front-end design and server-side code with training in databases, basic UX/UI, and Agile project management..Learn More
To help guide potential applicants, we’ve created an index of all of the frequently asked questions that would give applicants a better idea of the admissions process.
To view and accept your financial aid award you will need to visit Warrior Central and do the following:
- Click on “My Financial Aid,” then click on “Award Letter.”
- Click on the box under “accept/reject” to accept the award. To accept a lesser loan amount, reach out to financial aid directly at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Click on “Accept all awards.”
Students can keep track of their application progress by logging into their application portal to see their status at any given time. From there, students can see what documents they still need to turn in and they can also see what they have already submitted as well.
Please note: The submission of required documents and payment of the enrollment deposit are the main things that can hold up a student’s admission into a program.
Students who are enrolled in one of Midland’s Graduate and Professional Studies programs should:
Pay their bill or set up a payment plan.
Then, contact their advisor to make sure they have a program of study in place.
Once a program of study is in place, the students advisor will automatically continue to register them for classes based on their program of study.
Any student who would like to know what their curriculum path looks, please contact your advisor.