The Holberton School is a standalone building located in the Arts District of Tulsa, OK. The building was designed with exposed brick, representing the historical architecture of Tulsa.
This software engineer and developer school is approximately 9000 square feet and boasts 6 Peer Learning rooms, 2 meeting rooms, a conference room, a resource center, an event space, a kitchen, a lounge, a separate rest area, a bike rack, and locker area.
All common areas such as the lobby, restrooms, cantina, lounge/rest areas, locker room, and campus grounds are accessible, clean, well- lighted, safe, and suitably furnished to meet the purpose of the area.
The location is easily accessible through public transportation (bus stop is a 2-minute walk for Line 110 and 201 – 0.08 miles). Students have access to a parking lot located a block away from the school, as well as access to shared bikes and scooters.
Downtown Tulsa, OK Campus
Holberton Global Network
Holberton Tulsa launched in January of 2020 and is part of a global network of software engineering schools on five continents. Holberton Tulsa is dedicated to meeting the educational needs of a developing and expanding society in a highly advanced technological community. Students benefit from access to a global network of peers as they pursue their career as a software engineer!
Holberton School seeks to admit students who possess a high school diploma or its equivalent and have demonstrated the capacity or potential that indicates a reasonable probability of success in completing the program offered at the School. To accomplish this, Holberton evaluates all applicants and makes admissions decisions on an individual basis following the admission policies set forth in this catalog.
Almost all of the application process is automated to reduce as much unconscious bias as possible. Students are encouraged to apply for admission as soon as possible for a specific start date. Students must complete the entire admissions process on or before the first day of class for all programs. Students who fail to complete the admissions process four days prior to the first day of class may be required to reschedule to another start date.
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Who is Holberton?
Frances Elizabeth “Betty” Snyder Holberton (1917-2001) was one of the six programmers of the ENIAC, which was the first programmable, general-purpose electronic digital computer, created in 1943 by the US Army.
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