School of Massage
& Holistic Health

Find yourself at Solidago.

Programs & Tuition

Now Enrolling for January 2005!

Solidago faculty are ready to assist you in the enrollment process. We encourage you to schedule a tour and interview today. Please call (978) 834-3111 for more information or to make an appointment to visit Solidago.

Mothers & Others Day Program
Begins January 2005

Our popular “Mothers and Others” Program is a full-time day program which meets Monday, Wednesday, and Friday from 9:30 AM to 2:30 PM and runs for approximately 12 months. This schedule will allow you to go to school while still getting home in time for your children’s after-school activities or your evening work shift. Students will need to set aside approximately 32 hours per week for school related activities. This program is currently approved by the Massachusetts Division of Employment Training for Section 30.   Back to top

Nights Only Program
Begins in 2005; exact start still to be determined

The nineteen-month “Nights Only” Program meets two nights per week from 6:30-10:00pm. This can be a wonderful opportunity for those with both job and family commitments. One night each week is spent on academics, the other on bodywork. On the average, students will need to set aside 15 hours a week for school related activities.     Back to top

Nights & Weekends Program
Begins January 2005

The nineteen-month “Nights & Weekends” Program meets Tuesday evenings from 6:30-10pm and every other Sunday from 9:30am-5:30pm. On the average, you will have to set aside approximately 60 hours per month, or an average of 15 hours per week for school related activities.    Back to top

Monthly 3-Day Intensive Program
Begins in 2006; exact start still to be determined

The two-year “Monthly 3-Day Intensive” Program meets one weekend a month (Friday, Saturday, and Sunday). This program includes all clinic practicum requirements. On the average, you will have to set aside approximately 60 hours per month for school related activities. This schedule is great for students who live further away and cannot manage to commute to our school on a weekly basis.   Back to top

Tuitions & Costs

Tuition for 675 hour program: Other Costs:
Tuition: $7,150 Sheets, oil, study supplies: $100-$200
Application Fee: $50 Massage table: $300-$800
Enrollment Fee: $150 6 Professional Massages: $300-$420
Student Liability Insurance: $50 National Exam (current price): $225
Books/Materials: $600 Physical Exam/Immunizations: $15-150
Total: $8,000 Total Other Costs: (Estimated) $1,500

Total Estimated for 675-hour Program is $9,500

Payment Plans
Payment is accepted by check, money order, and credit card (Mastercard, Visa, or Discover.) No cash payments are accepted for tuition. The non-refundable application fee of $50 is due with your application. The enrollment fee and the student liability insurance fee, totaling $150, is due upon enrollment.

1. Payment in Full
Students making payments in full at least one week prior to the first day of class will receive a 5% discount on the tuition in the amount of $357.

2. Deposit plus Installment Payments
Students making an initial deposit of $2,500 or more at least one week prior to the first class will receive a 3% discount on the amount of the deposit.

3. Monthly Installment Plan
The amount of tuition and books can be divided by the number of months in the program. The final monthly payment is due one month prior to completion of the program. Payments can be started as early as five months before the program start date. The first monthly installment can be received no later than one week prior to the first class.

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