Paying for education can feel overwhelming and stressful. We have various ideas and resources for you to investigate to aid you in your investment of your future!
EMA accepts payment through credit card (with a 4% service fee), cash, money order, or through non-federal agencies.
Visit with your local bank (Wells Fargo or Bank of North Dakota) and ask about student loan options.
There are companies that offer tuition reimbursement with a signed contract to join their team after graduation.
Please ask Admissions for more details!
Many students have evening jobs while they are in school! The end of the school day is at 4:30pm leaving the evening and weekends with ample time to study, earn a paycheck and prepare for your future! There are no weekend class responsibilities at EMA to interfere with employment!
EMA currently does not offer federal financial aid options as we are in the process of accreditation. We encourage you to schedule a meeting with Admissions to review your needs. Also ask to visit about scholarship opportunities during your Admissions tour.
When comparing the average salary of each state, it is important to consider the average salary and the comparison of the cost of living for each state to make sure you are getting an accurate picture of costs vs income. Here is a list of massage therapist salaries by our bordering states:
(Data is from indeed.com)
The United States Bureau of Labor Statistics projects massage therapists will enjoy a job growth outlook of 22% between the years of 2018 and 2028. This job growth outlook is much faster than the national average for all occupations (at 5%). This means massage therapists should enjoy high levels of career stability and have several career opportunities available to them. (indeed.com)
There are many opportunities for careers in Massage Therapy:
Many medical professionals such as NURSES, understand the healing benefits of Massage Therapy and choose to continue their training to include a Massage Therapy license!