Alexandria School of Scientific Therapeutics (ASSTI)

809 S Harrison St, Alexandria, IN 46001

ASSTI Description

Students in East Central Indiana looking to begin a career in massage therapy do not have to look any further than the Alexandria School of Scientific Therapeutics in Alexandria, Indiana, one of the oldest institutions in the state offering massage therapy and alternative medicine academics.

Alexandria’s 600-hour massage therapy training program is all-inclusive, featuring academics in therapeutic massage’s scientific background, advanced techniques like infant and sports massages and the business and ethical side of the profession.

At Alexandria, you will learn a wide variety of therapeutic massages instead of only the basics, which will set you apart from others in the job pool.

Once you graduate, you will have the opportunity to continue your studies by enrolling in Alexandria’s continuing education courses. Topics range from advanced deep muscle therapy to equine, feline and canine massages.

To provide plenty of opportunities for hands-on training, the school requires all students to complete clinical rotations in Alexandria’s student clinic. No two patients are the same, so your diverse experiences will grant you plenty of real-world work experience.

If get started on your training, you can apply online via Alexandria’s admissions website. To be considered eligible for enrollment, you must hold a high school diploma or GED, demonstrate good character and submit two letters of recommendation.

To support its student body cover the cost of tuition, the Alexandria School offers financial aid through federal Pell grants and direct loans to qualifying students.

Quick Facts about Alexandria School of Scientific Therapeutics

Region

Midwest

Setting

Small Town Setting

Type

Private/For Profit

Affiliation

Not applicable

Size

Small (Under 2,000 Students)

Website

www.assti.com

On-Campus Housing Available

Yes

Tuition

$7,236

Enrollment

58

Licenses, Accreditations, and Memberships

Accreditations ?
Accreditation refers to the practice of being reviewed by an independent, non-profit accrediting agency that specializes in educational quality.

  • OMTA, or Commission on Massage Therapy Accreditation

ASSTI Students

Total Students
58

Full-Time vs. Part-Time Students

Full-Time
67%
Part-Time
33%

Ethnic Diversity

Latino
2%
African American
2%
Caucasian
88%
American Indian or Alaska native
4%
Asian
2%
Unknown and Other
2%

International Students

International
0%
Domestic
100%

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