Tuition Drop for Massage Students




The Pacific College of Oriental Medicine’s Chicago campus is now enrolling for fall classes with a new schedule, new format and new price. Students will have the opportunity to become a massage therapist in 12 months or less, attending class only two days a week. Tuition has been reduced from $14,270 to $9,990 for the massage certificate, including textbooks.

      The only regionally accredited massage school in Chicago, Pacific teaches both Eastern and Western clinical massage modalities, preparing pupils to be a well-rounded therapist. Financial aid is available for qualified students.

Location; 65 E. Wacker Pl., 21st Flr., Chicago. For more information, call 888-729-4811, email Admissions-Chi@PacificCollege.edu or visit PacificCollege.edu.

 

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The Pacific College of Oriental Medicine’s Chicago campus is now enrolling for fall classes with a new schedule, new format and new price.