Our goal is to get to know you and your background better through your application to the Midland Code Academy.
To begin, simply complete the steps in the order found below:
- Fill out the online application.
You will begin by creating an account and verifying it via email. The online application will ask for your contact information, details about your employment and academic history. Once you have submitted this information, you will be asked to upload the materials described below.
Code Academy students should complete the non-degree application.
- Submit your application documents.
Once your account has been created and application submitted, you will be asked to upload two documents, a Personal Statement and Resume. Both are described in further detail below. Transcripts are not required.
- Schedule your interview.
You’ll meet one-on-one with your admissions advisor and the director of the program to be sure this is a good fit for you and your goals. Interviews can be scheduled around your availability, and generally takes place at Midland University Omaha.
- Complete your Coding 101 preparatory work.
In preparation for an intensive study of code, all applicants will be required to complete a Coding 101 workshop. This can be completed in-person at one of our upcoming events or online via Zoom.
We are now accepting applications for our 2021 cohorts.
To complete the application process, students will need to submit the following supporting documents:
Your personal statement helps us get to know you and understand why you are interested in furthering your education at Midland. It should address the topics below in no more than two pages.
- Describe your educational and career path to date. How will enrolling in the Code Academy either accelerate or change that path?
- Describe one time you have failed at something. What did you learn from that experience?
- How might other Midland students benefit from your background, experiences and values?
Your one to two page resume should highlight your employment and educational background. The employment section should include locations, titles and dates. The education section should also include dates of attendance and any degrees received. No transcripts will be required.