Invest in yourself.

Pay yourself first: commit to 12 hours a week and win.

College on-demand costs up to 50% less than traditional college. Earn a degree for no more than $6,300 per year. Plus, PelotonU helps you cut student debt with scholarships and grants — and more than 40% of our students earn a degree for free. 

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Simple college costs, no hidden fees.

College on-demand is an extremely cost-effective way to earn a degree. Learning online means you study from anywhere — and every minute you invest goes towards completing your degree requirements.

There are no textbooks, no meal plans, and no housing extras to worry about. The tuition cost is $6,300 per year, period. The typical PelotonU student completes a degree while paying less than one year of tuition out of pocket. 

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Try it out for 6 weeks at zero cost to you — seriously.

PelotonU gives you the chance to try college before you ever pay tuition. This helps make sure you are ready to go for your degree and the timing is right.

During the first 6 weeks, you’ll have the chance to brush up on academic skills, put study plans in place, and gain real experience with college coursework — all at no cost to you. 

Let us help you get grants and scholarships.

College on-demand offers affordable tuition with the same financial aid eligibility as traditional college. We know the ins and outs of scholarship and grant programs that can cut your costs.

With financial aid, scholarships, and grants, the typical PelotonU student earns a degree with just $5,121 in student loans as compared to the national average of $30k. More than 40% of our students earn their degree for free.

Unlock your earning power + cut down on student debt.

Employers value the confidence and skills our students gain from college on-demand. You can see it in real-world outcomes: high graduation rates, less debt, and higher salaries.

Where you do you want to go next?

College on-demand can get you there with credits that can transfer to traditional universities, saving an average of $20,000 within the first two years.