River Valley School of Massage

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Financial Aid

Cost

Our school offers a 600-hour course. Tuition for the 600-hour course is $10,000. This includes all required textbooks, CPR class, any field trips taken during class, and class insurance. Tuition does not include MBLEX test cost, ASBMT licensing fee or Law exam fee, or massage equipment (table, chair, etc.) and a background check.


Tuition may be paid in full or in three (3) monthly payments. Tuition received in full two weeks prior to the starting date of the course, will receive a 5% discount. The 5% discount only applies to non-financial aid students. An In-School financing plan is available with no interest. In-School financing requires a $1,000 down payment and then a $3,000 payment prior to the start of each month over the next three (3) months of enrollment for a total tuition of $10,000. River Valley School of Massage accepts all major credit cards. All students must have tuition paid in full by the completion of course in order to receive a certificate.


Student financial aid is available for those who qualify. All financial aid applicants must complete a FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) and submit all necessary supporting sources of financial assistance known and/or possibly available.

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