Our next Massage Therapy Diploma Program will begin on May 22nd, 2023 for both full-time and part-time day classes. Our next part-time evening program will begin in February of 2024. We are currently enrolling students for both periods.
During the application process, we support students in assessing their ability to make the personal and financial commitment to this new career and lifestyle. Our expectations of our students are that they will bring their deepest presence and commitment to learning and personal growth. The nature of our program requires that they be willing to work responsibly with us in creating a cooperative, dynamic learning environment.
All applicants shall:
Be at least 18 years old and have a high school diploma or G.E.D.
Be able to make the commitments necessary to complete all course requirements, both in-class and out-of-class
Be willing and able to uphold the ethical standards of the school and of the massage therapy profession
Have the means to uphold their financial agreements
Provide one personal and one professional reference
Write an essay, answering the seven questions listed on the application
Attend an interview
Read and sign the enrollment contract
For detailed policies, students should refer to the student manual and enrollment contract.
Once you have decided which program to attend, fill out the attached application form and send the necessary information to our admissions department. Upon receipt of your application, we will review it and then schedule an interview with you. If you are accepted, you will complete the enrollment process by signing the enrollment contract and paying the $500 tuition deposit. You are on your way to becoming a massage and bodywork therapist!
Admission to the Massage Therapy Diploma Program is entirely at the discretion of the school. Class size is limited to 18 students in order to maximize the quality of training, personal attention, and support for each student's growth and development.
Western North Carolina School of Massage offers flexible class schedules to meet any lifestyle. We offer Full-time, Part-time, Day, and Evening classes.
Full-time Day Program: Monday - Friday 9am - 2:30pm (Graduate in six months)
Part -time Day Program: Monday, Tuesday & Wednesday 9am-2:30pm for the first Semester and Thursday & Friday 9am-2:30pm for the second semester (Graduate in one year)
Full-time Evening Program: Monday - Friday 5pm - 10:30pm (Graduate in six months)
Part-time Evening Program: Monday, Tuesday & Wednesday 5pm-10:30pm for the first Semester and Thursday & Friday 5pm-10:30pm for the second semester (Graduate in one year)
Flex Schedule: Call for details
TUITION & FEES
Substantial early registration discounts apply for all programs.
600-Hour Massage Therapy Diploma Program Tuition $8,000.00
A $300 discount is offered to those students who pay the full tuition 30 days before the first day of class.
Tuition includes the following supplies:
Four textbooks, a workbook, a student handbook, a set of twin-sized massage linens, a lotion bottle, and a holster, valued at $425.
Tuition Deposit (if not paid in full) $500.00
Massage Table (average cost) $500.00
Clinical Uniform $45.00
Student Liability Insurance $45.00
Parking Pass (optional) $33/mo
WNCSOM provides Oakworks massage tables for your hands-on practice time in class and linens for your clinical course, however, we encourage you to purchase a massage table to practice any techniques at home and linens for your hands-on practice time in class. We are an Oakworks distributor and offer student discount prices.
IN-HOUSE PAYMENT PLAN
WNCSOM offers an affordable payment plan for those who qualify. Once you pay the initial tuition deposit of $500, along with the cost of the Textbooks and supplies ($425), the balance of $7,075 can be paid over a
period of 27 months at a low 8.5% interest rate, with an affordable $289 per month payment.
If you would like to request a catalog or schedule an on-site visit please contact our Admissions Department at firstname.lastname@example.org or fill out the contact request form below: