We are a new, private post-secondary school licensed and accredited in Arizona.
According to current rules, we cannot receive FAFSA money or Title IV Funding for at least 2 years from the time of accreditation. SO, in the meantime, I want to help you find a way to pay for your tuition at ASMMW.
Here are some options:
· Upfront, all at once.
You can use a credit card with a low percentage rate, or use your HELOC, ask your parents, take out a loan, etc, and don’t have any debt when you graduate.
· Use the school’s payment plan. Make a deposit upfront and then make payments each month until graduation, and don’t have any debt when you graduate.
Apply for a Scholarship:
· $5000 Bob King Scholarship. https://www.amtamassage.org/scholarships/American Massage Therapy Association You can submit online or download the PDF and email it to Meagan Hessler, Account Executive at: email@example.com
Local massage chain scholarship/tuition reimbursement plans:
Hand and Stone: Tuition Reimbursement programs differ by location, but if you meet the minimum requirements, at least the first year’s worth of payments of $125/month or less will be covered. Often times spas will pay more and/or pay for as long as employment minimums are met. Contact: Maureen Brent, Director of Recruitment Operations, 917-626-8049, firstname.lastname@example.org www.handandstonecareers.com
Elements: Reach out to individual Elements store locations that you would like to work at, and the prospective owner will work out terms for some sort of financial aid. Eac location differs in what they offer.
**More options will be added as I research! -Tammy