Consumer Information for the Massage Therapy Program
Various agencies require Stautzenberger College to disclose both aggregate (across all campuses) and local (Brecksville campus only) data on program performance. As these agencies may require the use of different formulas, calculations for a particular area may vary.
Federal Disclosure Data*
Placement Rate: 81.3%
The Placement Rate for students enrolled in the Massage Therapy Diploma Program is 81.3% across all campuses for the 2011-2012 academic year.
Median Loan Debt
The median Title IV loan debt for Stautzenberger College students (across all campuses) for the Massage Therapy Diploma Program is $16,500 for the 2011-2012 academic year.(The median private and institutional loan debt for this program is $0.) This figure represents all funds borrowed by students in this program during that academic year, including monies to support these students during their time as students. It is not limited to the cost of tuition and fees for this program.
On-time Completion Rate: 75%
Within the Massage Therapy Diploma Program across all campuses, 75% have graduated within the 12 months allotted to complete the program by a student attending full-time. Students attending part-time will generally take longer to complete the program.
The following information is derived from data submitted to the Accrediting Council for Independent Colleges and Schools in the College’s 2011-2012 Campus Assessment Report (CAR). This data represents an aggregate picture of the performance of this program across all Stautzenberger College campuses.
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Placement Rate: N/A
Certification Examination Passage Rate: N/A
*Derived from data submitted to the Accrediting Council for Independent Colleges and Schools (ACICS) in the College’s 2010-2011 Campus Assessment Report
This program is designed to prepare the student to take the Ohio State Licensure Exam for Massage Therapists, and to work in positions with such titles as massage therapist, licensed massage therapist, registered massage therapist, certified massage therapist, licensed massage practitioner, certified massage practitioner, or ethical massage practitioner (SOC Code 31-9011).
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National Certification Board of Therapeutic Massage and Bodywork (NCBTMB)
The National Certification Board of Therapeutic Massage and Bodywork has awarded Stautzenberger College, Brecksville as an Assigned School. Thus allowing student who choose this option to become nationally certified. NCBTMB works with educational institutions to ensure that the schools’ programs reflect national standards of excellence.
The National Certification Board of Therapeutic Massage and Bodywork is an independent, private, nonprofit organization established to set high standards of ethical and professional practice through a recognized, credible credentialing program. NCBTMB certifies massage therapists and bodyworkers on behalf of the profession, and for the benefit of consumers, employers and practitioners. Currently, there are nearly 90,000 nationally certified practitioners – and NCBTMB examinations are used/recognized in statute or rule by 38 states, plus the District of Columbia. www.ncbtmb.org
Summary of Estimated Massage Therapy Diploma Program Costs (Academic Year 2012-2013)
Stautzenberger College, Brecksville is approved by the State Board of Career Colleges and Schools to offer Associate Degrees in Broadcast Captioning, Business and Entrepreneurial Management, Court Reporting, Medical Assisting, Paralegal Studies, Personal Fitness Trainer, and Veterinary Technician.The College is also approved by the State Board of Career Colleges and Schools to offer a Diploma's in Massage Therapy, Medical Assisting and Personal Fitness Trainer.
OH REG# 05-03-1754T
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