RMT Course Costs: Tuition and Fees
How much does it cost to go to massage school? That’s a question we get a lot. We know that going back to school is a significant financial commitment for you and your family. But we can help you afford the training you will need for your new career; we offer a no-interest, no-fee installment plan and our admissions advisors will help you access Student Aid in the form of both loans and grants.
For our weekly and monthly classes, tuition is $10,900 for each year, for a total of $21,800 for the whole program.
Tuition for the daily class is $14,900 for the first three terms and $9,900 for the final two terms, for a total of $24,800 for the whole program.
When you’re accepted into the program, you’ll pay a $250 deposit to hold your place in your class. This isn’t an additional cost, however, as it will be credited toward your first-year payments.
Massage Therapy Course Tuition Costs
You will have tuition, fees, and other expenses during your time at school. We have created the following documents to help you plan:
Textbooks and supplies
You’ll work from a set of required textbooks each year, and we also recommend a few optional resources.
All students will need a massage table of their own, several sets of linens, massage lotion, scrubs, and other school supplies. On your first day, your instructors will talk to you about the supplies you’ll need and what to look for when you’re shopping.
Check out the full list of textbooks and resources you’ll need here:
Student Loans and Grants
As a full-time licensed college, most of our students are eligible to apply for student loans and grants, as well as other sources of funding assistance. To learn more about provincial and federal student aid, as well as special grants available to students who travel a long distance to school, please make an appointment with our admissions team.