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About Hack Reactor

Hack Reactor by Galvanize is the leading educator for rapid career transformation, offering software engineering bootcamps designed so that anyone with motivation can succeed, regardless of education, experience, or background. Since 2012, its software engineering bootcamps have created an environment for gaining the in-demand software engineering and other foundational skills needed to propel your career. When you participate in any Hack Reactor bootcamp, you join a diverse, engaged network of fellow students, instructors, staff, and alumni, including 8,000+ graduates at 2,250 companies.

Hack Reactor by Galvanize bootcamps are challenging, life-changing, and designed to fit a student’s schedule and skill level. Bootcamps include a 19-Week Software Engineering Immersive with JavaScript and Python, designed for beginners, as well as a 12-Week Software Engineering Immersive and a 36-Week Part-Time Software Engineering Immersive, designed for those with intermediate coding skills.

Applicants to the 12-week and 36-week Software Engineering Immersives need to pass a Technical Admissions Assessment (TAA), which tests for intermediate coding competency. There is a free, self-paced bootcamp prep course that can be accessed to learn the fundamentals of JavaScript. Those applying for the 19-week program do not need to pass the TAA or take any prep courses. Applicants to all programs need to pass an aptitude test, a brief typing test, and an admissions interview.

In addition to its software engineering programs, Hack Reactor provides a large network of professional peers, 1:1 coaching, mock interviews, job training, and more. All students graduate as autonomous, full-stack software engineers, fully capable of tackling unique problems and building complex applications on the job.

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Hack Reactor Application Process and Interviews

You can submit your application on the bootcamp website and view options for structured or self-paced prep courses. You will first complete a Non-Technical Skills assessment, then complete a coding challenge and a technical admissions assessment before you are accepted. These tests will gauge your knowledge of JavaScript concepts. You can take the technical assessment up to three times.

If you’re successful in these steps of the Hack Reactor application process, you’ll receive an acceptance notice within two days and a Student Enrollment Agreement that is valid for seven days. You’ll need to pay a deposit to secure your spot, then you can begin the pre-course curriculum to enhance your skills in JavaScript, HTML, CSS, and other programming languages.

How do you prepare for the Hack Reactor interview process? According to a majority of Hack Reactor reviews, the admissions process at Hack Reactor is an experience. Further, reviewers reported that the Hack Reactor interview process didn't take long to complete before receiving a decision.

How do you prepare for the Hack Reactor interview process? According to a majority of user reviews, the admissions process at Hack Reactor is a experience. Further, reviewers reported that the Hack Reactor interview process didn't take long to complete before receiving a decision.

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I liked how Hack Reactor well-prepared self-study material for students planning to take their boot camps. The non-Technical and Technical Assessments are both well-structured.
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The self-study material is great and well-prepared.
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I wish I could have more information about the form of Non-technical assessments beforehand, like a sample test.

Hack Reactor Reviews

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According to more than one Hack Reactor review, this bootcamp is worth it if you are prepared for a challenge. It received 4.8 out of five stars from 340 Hack Reactor reviews on Career Karma. Current students and graduates commend the curriculum, instructors, and career development assistance in their Hack Reactor bootcamp review.

In a web development bootcamp review, Joseph Balaoing states, "I learned a lot about web development, and Hack Reactor is definitely worth the money." He also comments on the friendly and supportive staff members.

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Highly recommend if you are up for challenge

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Jessica Yu graduated Hack Reactor
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Hack Reactor was one of the best decisions I have made. It is very challenging, and I went in with almost zero experience. I enjoyed every minute of it. It is the speedy path to switch careers and learn to code, and you are expected to figure things out by yourself most of the time. Luckily, you have a support system to help you when you are stuck.
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The curriculum is the chef's kiss. As long as you follow the curriculum and make sure you don't fall behind, you will be amazed at how much you can learn within a short period.
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This program is not for everyone. It is a high-stress environment, and things move so fast you don't have time to fall behind. If you expect them to teach algorithms, so you are interview ready, they are not it. They only teach algorithms...

Great program if you are looking to be challenged

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Justin T graduated Hack Reactor
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Created 2 months ago
I've been working full-time for about 10 years before attending Hack Reactor, so I took it as seriously as a job. If you are looking for a challenge, this program is for you; you'll want to be as prepared as possible for the job search after all. It can be difficult if you are not passionate about programming, so make sure that you actually want to be a software engineer if you are considering attending. I've discussed my experience with a few friends that attended other boot camps and they...
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Great curriculum Awesome pair programming experience Supportive staff and community Extremely challenging (if that's what you are looking for) Career services
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Long hours Extremely challenging

Thank you Barrysanchez @ Hackermail. com

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Mark Sprint graduated Hack Reactor
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Created 3 months ago
I was able to hire Barry Sanchez for a two day project of remote phone hack and Facebook content removal. They were really helpful and calm during these 48 hours. I was given a web interface where I monitored the device. I highly recommend them for any hacking services. Thank you again Hacker reactor
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The customer service was the best I ever got from any hacker group. They were organized and in a timely manner. They always called to make sure I was updated.
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I wish they were able to revert DUI on a license. They were partially expensive which made me only pay for two days

Great Experience

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Himmat Khalsa graduated Hack Reactor
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I went to Hack Reactor with 0 coding experience beforehand. I appreciated the steps that were required to prepare for the course (Premium Prep and Precourse) so that I could see how I liked coding and the Hack Reactor culture before starting. Aside from great lecture content and lecturers, they facilitated a great atmosphere of kindness, positivity and helpfulness. I made some great connections with cohort mates and faculty that I'm sure I will be in touch with for the rest of my life!
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- Course content - Sprints - Group projects - Faculty personableness - Career services
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- Lots of staff turnover (junior faculty getting jobs in the field!) - Long hours (be prepared!) - Had to be out of touch with family and friends

Efficient path to be job-ready

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I got a job offer with a total package of 200k+ and I just started working as a Software Engineer 2 weeks ago. So I feel I am qualified to share my HR experience now. Some people would argue all the contents the HR provided is free online. That is true and that was my question at the very beginning. After going through HR, I felt the money is well-justified for the following reasons. First, there are simply too many resources to choose from. HR creates an efficient path that has been verified...
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- Guide you how to become a software engineer, rather than only teach you how to code - Curriculum has been proven to be efficient in finding a tech job by many students - Program leaders are diligent in making sure everyone has a friendly...
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- Non-traditional teaching-learning style: for those who is looking for a teacher to teach and tell you everything, HR might not the right place. - Lots of time commitment. Class schedule is from 9am to 8pm. But do expect extra time.

Great choice to upgrade your skills

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Jacob Hawkins graduated Hack Reactor
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I attempted the program with some coding experience prior. This was paramount to my success. As this bootcamp will take what you know and stretch you. It instills great self teaching elements. But the typical instruction you get at public school or college is NOT present here. I would advise this course to anyone who has previous coding experience as this option will get you the following: help you collaborate with others, learn technologies you may procrastinate on, and begin networking with...
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Community, Pressure Situations, Time-Management, No Hand Holding, Self-Advocacy needed, Focus on the fundamentals which build into the complex, mini-history of the progression of web development. After graduating, I can watch a youtube...
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Will test how much you enjoy coding. If you don't enjoy learning and doing Leetcode/Codewars programming, then I would recommend you learn elsewhere. But if you do, this place will get your skills to the next level.

I'll never forget the experiance

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angie r graduated Hack Reactor
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Created 6 months ago
I wanted to go to hack reactor as soon as I failed the entrance test to enroll in their program. I had applied to other programs before, and after their tests they would only tell me I failed. They wouldn't give me any feedback - but hack reactor did. Hack reactor told me I almost passed - and they offered me tutoring before the next entrance exam. I met up with someone through zoom who helped me practice until the next test (at NO cost) - and I passed.  I started going to the NYC campus. Due...
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Very Supportive
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Lack of TTD, Data Structures, Lack of community due to massive number of students

Unforgettable experience, top-quality program

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Created 7 months ago
Quit my previous full-time job needing a career change. At the advice of a few friends, Hack Reactor became the top choice. Six months after graduating, I still talk about my end-to-end experience with my new colleagues and family. Most importantly, Hack Reactor gave me the tools and training needed to create for myself a fulfilling career. In short, worth every minute and penny to the determined and motivated.
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- Staff who encourages you with patience and wisdom, from my Enrolment Advisor, Cohort Lead, Technical Mentors, and other Resident staff, I have never felt alone in my journey of learning and discovery. - Curriculum that is up-to-date with...
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- High-pace, demanding program that requires your full attention

Best Decision I've Ever Made

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Sam Pool graduated Hack Reactor
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I want to start by saying that I went into Hack Reactor after a year's worth of full-time self-study & freelance web development projects (building simple frontend web apps for family friends' businesses and organizations). The amount of experience/familiarity I had with web development before the program was hugely beneficial and I definitely recommend some serious self-study before attempting Hack Reactor because there is an enormous amount of material you will be expected to learn in the...
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- Modern technical curriculum - graduates have high-level skills which aren't produced by all bootcamps - One of the most respected coding bootcamps - Great job search insights & resources
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- very fast paced - best to have some knowledge of web development concepts before the program - largely self-directed format (great for some, not for everyone)

HackReactor is great so far!

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Maher Damouni student at Hack Reactor
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I've received great help at every turn from prep course to pre course. Looking forward to the actual cohort!
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The curriculum is full of helpful projects, videos, and tips. The community in slack is very active as well.
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It's not in person.

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The enrollement process has been great! I had a fantastic Enrollement Advisor named Trisha Mortel who answered any of the questions I asked happily. Even through the roadblocks of getting into this rigorous program she was honest with me on what I needed to work on and was with me every step of the way up to being accepted.
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Good communication, You get out of it what you put in.
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Some intense coaches that helped very well and I learned plenty from but also could have been less intense.

Wow!!

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Manny Ledoux graduated Hack Reactor
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Created 8 months ago
My initial experience with Hack Reactor started with the admissions department. I initially had two individuals that were the point of contact for me prior to me taking the technical assessment. From what I recall their primary task was supporting me with whatever I may need to pass the entrance exam, if required. Those two individuals were friendly, professional, and communicative. Once I passed the assessment I moved on to the next step in the process - pre-course. There are some coding...
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The staff puts in a lot of work fostering a sense of community among the people in the cohort. The curriculum is always being updated and modified to make sure people are learning the most up to date useful stuff for the industry. The...
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It is very intense, and moves very quickly. It's a pro for some, and a con for others, but I figured I'd lit it here for the hesitant. very time intensive - over 60 hours a week of scheduled calendar time, but the caveat is you do learn...

Hack Reactor Courses and Curriculum

The Hack Reactor curriculum focuses on software engineering. The online programs have a comprehensive, immersive curriculum that covers computer science and JavaScript concepts. Hack Reactor’s curriculum is designed to give students job-ready skills.

Hack Reactor offers two prep courses to prepare students. These Hack Reactor bootcamp prep programs can also help you determine whether or not Hack Reactor's curriculum suits your career plans.

19-Week Software Engineering with JavaScript and Python

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Our new program was designed for those with little to no coding experience. Start your journey toward learning to code and becoming a software engineer today.
Cost:$17980
Duration:19 weeks
Cities:N/A
Format:Online
Pace:Full Time
Schedule:40+ Hours/week
Deposit:Yes, a deposit is required
Payment Options:Upfront payment is not required. Income share agreements, GI Bill, scholarship, and loans are available.
Deferred tuition:Yes
Scholarship:Yes
Refund policy:Yes, refunds are granted within the first week of the program.
Placement test:Yes
Admissions interview:No
Acceptance rate:3%
Prep course:Free and paid prep course is available in addition to required pre-work for each course.
Minimum skill level:Information not provided.

36-Week Software Engineering Online Immersive Part-Time

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The carefully designed pace of our part-time coding bootcamp allows for work-life balance as you train for a new career. Become a software engineer in 36 weeks; learn to code nights and weekends.
Cost:$17980
Duration:36 weeks
Cities:N/A
Format:Online
Pace:Part Time
Schedule:20 Hours/week
Deposit:Yes, a deposit is required
Payment Options:Upfront payment is not required. Income share agreements, GI Bill, scholarship, and loans are available.
Deferred tuition:Yes
Scholarship:Yes
Refund policy:Yes, refunds are granted within the first week of the program.
Placement test:Yes
Admissions interview:No
Acceptance rate:3%
Prep course:Free and paid prep course is available in addition to required pre-work for each course.
Minimum skill level:Information not provided.

Hack Reactor Job Placement Rate and Outcomes

Hack Reactor’s job placement rate is 78 percent. This means that 78 percent of students land a relevant job within 180 days after graduation. Hack Reactor career services have helped place graduates at reputable companies worldwide, such as Facebook, Walmart, Microsoft, Apple, PayPal, Google, JPMorgan Chase & Co, and Udacity.

When it comes to Hack Reactor’s outcomes, students can feel confident that they will secure a software engineering job just months after graduation. In addition, bootcamp grads reported an average compensation rate of $95,000, according to the school.

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Does Hack Reactor Offer Prep Courses?

Yes, there is a Hack Reactor prep course. The prep program prepares students for the two-part admissions assessment and the Software Engineering Immersive program. The basic prep course is offered for free in a self-paced format. In addition, The school offers a prep course specifically for veterans that is structured and follows a set schedule.

What Courses Are Offered at Hack Reactor?

There are several different Hack Reactor courses that students can choose from to learn coding skills. Students who attend this school can choose from the Software Engineering Immersive program, which lasts 12 weeks, or the part-time Software Engineering program, which lasts 36 weeks.

In addition, students can also opt for the 19-week Software Engineering with JavaScript and Python course. Though they vary in length, each of these Hack Rector courses will allow students to pursue a software engineering career path.

What Types of Programs Are Available at Hack Reactor?

There are both full-time and part-time Hack Reactor programs. All of the available programs are offered online. During a bootcamp, students will engage with lectures, live coding challenges, and partner programming exercises. The full-time bootcamp offers a rigorous program in which students attend class from 9am to 8pm (PT), with several breaks for lunch and dinner.

On the other hand, the part-time software engineering program requires just 20 hours per week of class time. However, this does include a five-hour class from 9am to 2pm on Saturdays. The part-time bootcamp is meant for students who will continue working while attending classes.

Does Hack Reactor Offer Workshops?

Yes, there are Hack Reactor workshops, seminars, and events. The school offers free events for both beginners and intermediate coders. Currently, there are none scheduled for upcoming dates, but the school tells interested participants to check the website periodically for updates.

Hack Reactor Admissions Process

What Is the Hack Reactor Admission Process?

There is a separate admissions process from the immersive programs and JavaScript and Python program. The steps to apply for the Software Engineering with JavaScript and Python bootcamp include submitting an application, completing a non-technical assessment, and attending an information session. Lastly, prospective students will need to go through the Hack Reactor Admissions interview.

For the Software Engineering Immersive programs, you will start by submitting an application on the bootcamp website and completing non-technical assessments. Next, it is recommended that you enroll in an introductory-level prep course. After completing this course, you can take the technical assessment, which will decide whether or not you are admitted to the program.

How Do I Prepare for Hack Reactor?

You can prepare for a Hack Reactor bootcamp by going through the prep course that the school provides. For the Software Engineering Immersive programs, the school offers a free self-paced prep course that will give students the knowledge they need to pass the technical assessment and start the program off on the right foot.

Hack Rector says that the Software Engineering with JavaScript and Python bootcamp was designed for beginners, so there is no need to prepare any technical skills before the program begins. However, you can still prep by making sure that you are ready to take on the rigorous schedule of the 19-week bootcamp.

Lastly, the school offers specialized bootcamp prep courses for veteran students. These are structured courses that also prepare students for the immersive bootcamp programs. Interested applicants can register for these courses online.

How Do I Apply to Hack Reactor?

You can start the Hack Reactor application process by submitting your application on the school’s website. The coding bootcamp starts over every seven weeks. This gives you plenty of chances throughout the year if you don’t pass the admissions tests on your first try. The steps to apply to the Hack Reactor immersive programs are listed below:

  1. Apply: Select your preferred program on the school website. Then fill out an application form with your details, including your educational background, employment history, and other necessary information.
  2. Select one of the prep programs: The school offers a basic prep program that is self-paced and free of charge. The prep program prepares students for the coding challenge and technical admissions assessment.
  3. Complete a coding challenge: The coding test is a simple challenge to gauge your knowledge of JavaScript concepts. Once you succeed in the coding challenge, you will move to the next part of the assessment.
  4. Technical assessment: The technical admission assessment requires you to solve a coding problem using JavaScript fundamentals. For example, you might need to explain how to use anonymous functions or troubleshoot different function problems. You can take the technical assessment up to three times.
  5. Enrollment agreement: If you’re successful in these steps, you’ll receive an acceptance notice within two days and a Student Enrollment Agreement that is valid for seven days.
  6. Program deposit: The program deposit secures your spot at the bootcamp. After you fill out the agreement, you must pay the deposit within three days of receiving the program deposit invoice. However, you can alert the admissions team if you wish to defer your payment.
  7. Pre-course work: The pre-course curriculum is mandatory for all new cohorts. It takes 90-120 hours and enhances your skills in JavaScript, HTML, CSS, and other programming languages.
  8. Tuition payment: This is the final step of the admission process. You will select a financing option, and then you can look forward to your first day of classes.

What Hack Reactor Interview Questions Should I Expect?

Only students who apply for the Software Engineering with JavaScript and Python bootcamp will need to go through a Hack Reactor interview. The interview is non-technical, and an admissions representative might ask you interview questions about your career goals, why you are interested in software engineering, and how prepared you are for a demanding program.

What Is the Hack Reactor Acceptance Rate?

Hack Reactor’s acceptance rate is not available to the public. However, since the school does not require any coding experience, we can assume that they accept a large number of applicants. In addition, the organization offers a free prep course so that more students can prepare for the program accordingly.

How Do I Get Accepted Into Hack Reactor?

To get accepted into Hack Reactor’s immersive program, you must submit your application and pass the coding challenge and technical admission assessment. Although the courses are geared toward students with a background in computer science concepts, it also accommodates beginners.

You can enroll in the prep courses as you prepare for your interview and complete the pre-course work. This will help you show commitment to the program and prove you have the motivation to excel.

Alternatively, to get accepted into the Software Engineering with JavaScript and Python bootcamp, you just need to pass the non-technical assessments and admissions interview. To do this, you simply need to demonstrate your commitment and ability to learn.

Is Hack Reactor Hard to Get Into?

The school does not publish its acceptance rate, so it is hard to know if it is hard to get into. However, looking at the admissions process, it does not seem like it would be too challenging to get into a Hack Rector program. In addition, the prep courses help students prepare for assessments. You also have a chance to do the coding challenges up to three times.

Hack Reactor Payment Options

How Much Is Hack Reactor Tuition and Cost?

Hack Reactor tuition is $17,980 for all of the Software Engineering Immersive programs and the Software Engineering with JavaScript and Python bootcamp. To cover the bootcamp’s cost, the school provides an array of payment options for students to choose from.

How Can I Pay for Hack Reactor?

There are several Hack Reactor payment options to help students afford tuition to its programs, including loan financing, scholarships, GI Bill benefits, and a split payment option. In addition, there is a deferred tuition plan in the form of an income share agreement. You can also choose to pay upfront before the first day of classes.

Does Hack Reactor Offer Scholarships?

Yes, the main Hack Reactor scholarship is the We Stand Together scholarship. To be eligible, you must be a Black student who has passed the non-technical entrance exam and is applying for the 19-week Software Engineering with JavaScript and Python program. Up to three scholarships are given out for each cohort. The application process is as follows:

  1. Apply for the 19-week software engineering program.
  2. Apply for the We Stand Together scholarship by going to Hack Reactor’s scholarship page.
  3. Continue the enrollment process as normal with the help of your assigned enrollment advisor.
  4. The scholarship application will be reviewed within two weeks.
  5. You will learn if you have been accepted for the scholarship one week before the start of your program.

Does Hack Reactor Have a Refund Policy?

The Hack Reactor refund policy offers a prorated refund of tuition if you drop out from a bootcamp before the cutoff date. However, the $100 deposit is not refundable. In addition, if you separate from the program after the cutoff date, you are not entitled to any refund.

Students should also know that the refund policy will change from state to state. So, you should always consult your Student Enrollment Agreement for more information about the terms and conditions that apply to you.

Does Hack Reactor Offer a Job Guarantee?

No, Hack Reactor does not offer a job guarantee. However, the bootcamp has a competitive track record of successful job placements, with 78 percent of students getting a job within six months of graduating. You can also receive job assistance from competent career coaches through the coding bootcamp.

In addition, all the programs dedicate one week to career services, where students learn about job searches and how to launch a tech career. So far, there are over 2,000 companies that hire Hack Reactor graduates.

Hack Reactor Student Outcomes

How Much Do Hack Reactor Graduates Earn?

According to its website, Hack Reactor graduates earn a median wage of $95,000 per year. According to the US Bureau of Labor Statistics, the average wage of a software developer is $110,140.

What Companies Hire Hack Reactor Graduates?

Some companies that hire Hack Reactor graduates include Facebook, Linkedin, Google, PayPal, Apple, Amazon, Capital One, Microsoft, Visa, and Accenture. In addition, companies can sign on to become hiring partners of the school. Overall, there are more than 2,500 companies around the world that have hired graduates from this bootcamp.

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Which companies hire Hack Reactor graduates?

There are graduates from Hack Reactor working at a number of tech companies. This list includes companies like Google, Facebook, Galvanize Inc

How many students does this school have?

Hack Reactor has over 4362 students and graduates as of 2022. This number will only continue to grow as more and more students take advantage of the courses offered here.

What courses are offered at Hack Reactor?

Hack Reactor offers several courses in different tech subjects, including: 12-Week Software Engineering Online Immersive, 36-Week Software Engineering Online Immersive Part-Time, 19-Week Software Engineering with JavaScript and Python.

What types of programs are available at Hack Reactor?

Hack Reactor currently has Online, Full-time and Part-time types of programs available to new students.

What financing options are offered by Hack Reactor?

This school offers a variety of different financing options, including: ISA, Upfront Payments, Loan Financing. With these payment methods, nearly anyone can attend Hack Reactor.

Where is Hack Reactor available?

Hack Reactor is an online program. Check out its student reviews to figure out if its the right program for you.

Which companies hire Hack Reactor graduates?

There are graduates from Hack Reactor working at a number of tech companies. This list includes companies like Google, Facebook, Galvanize Inc

How many students does this school have?

Hack Reactor has over 4362 students and graduates as of 2022. This number will only continue to grow as more and more students take advantage of the courses offered here.

What courses are offered at Hack Reactor?

Hack Reactor offers several courses in different tech subjects, including: 12-Week Software Engineering Online Immersive, 36-Week Software Engineering Online Immersive Part-Time, 19-Week Software Engineering with JavaScript and Python.

What types of programs are available at Hack Reactor?

Hack Reactor currently has Online, Full-time and Part-time types of programs available to new students.

What financing options are offered by Hack Reactor?

This school offers a variety of different financing options, including: ISA, Upfront Payments, Loan Financing. With these payment methods, nearly anyone can attend Hack Reactor.

Where is Hack Reactor available?

Hack Reactor is an online program. Check out its student reviews to figure out if its the right program for you.

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