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VOTER REGISTRATION– Students are encouraged to register and vote in state and federal elections. Voter Registration and Election Date information for the State of Indiana can be found at www.in.gov/sos by calling 1.800.252.VOTE (8683). Voter registration for federal elections can be found at https://www.usa.gov/register-to-vote or by calling 1-844-USA-GOV1.
Students considering enrollment in the massage therapy programs should click here to review the Massage Therapy Act and the rules of the department. All students should thoroughly review the Massage Therapy School Enrollment Procedures before making the decision to enroll.
CARES ACT HEERF DISCLOSURES
View HEERF STUDENT FUND DISCLOSURES. (Published 10/30/20 for Period Ending Sep 30, 2020)
View HEERF INSTITUTIONAL FUND DISCLOSURES. (Published 10/30/20 for Period Ending Sep 30, 2020)
View HEERF STUDENT FUND DISCLOSURES. (Published 1/30/21 for Period Ending Dec 31, 2020)
View HEERF INSTITUTIONAL FUND DISCLOSURES. (Published 1/30/21 for Period Ending Dec 31, 2020)
View HEERF STUDENT FUND DISCLOSURES. (Published 4/2/21 for Period Ending Mar 31, 2021)
View HEERF INSTITUTIONAL FUND DISCLOSURES. (Published 4/2/21 for Period Ending Mar 31, 2021))
View HEERF II STUDENT FUND DISCLOSURES (CRRSAA). (Published 7/1/21 for Period Ending Jun 30, 2021)
Annual Rates for COMTA from 2021
Graduation Rate: 98%
Placement Rate: 92%
Licensure Rate: 85%
Standard Occupation Codes
Massage Therapy – (SOC – 319011, CIP – 51.3501)
Biel, Andrew, Trail Guide to the Body, Sixth Edition, 2019 (Books of Discovery) ISBN: 978-09987850-6-6, $51.07
Archer, Pat & Nelson, Lisa, Applied Anatomy & Physiology for Manual Therapists, Second Edition, 2019 (Books of Discovery) ISBN: 978-1-60547-655-1, $62.36
Werner, Ruth, A Massage Therapist’s Guide to Pathology, Sixth Edition, 2020 (Books of Discovery) ISBN: 978-1-4963108-2-8, $63.16
In compliance with the Higher Education Opportunity Act (HEOA) post-secondary customers can find valuable information in pricing, previous editions and alternate formats by visiting http://www.booksofdiscovery.com/highered and searching by ISBN#, author, title or keyword for material in your areas of interest. The school does not currently offer a textbook rental program or the ability to purchase used textbooks nor does it offer a textbook buyback program or an alternative content delivery program.
Indiana Academy of Massage’s goal is to provide the highest quality education through accountable mentoring. We are committed to being role models of a wellness lifestyle, offering the best educational environment achievable, and helping each student reach their personal and professional potential. Indiana Academy of Massage offers a 625-hr Massage Therapy Certification program. We provide focused, individualized learning experiences in a small group setting to allow each student to reach their personal & professional potential. Our students are supported by experienced instructors and mentors that offer guidance on every step of your journey to becoming a Massage Therapist.
For more information about any of these disclosures, please contact us at 317-343-0886