Start Your New Career in Less Than 11 Months!

“It’s your road, and yours alone. Others may walk it with you, but no one can walk it for you.” ~Rumi

One of the few massage schools that attained the rigorous COMTA Accreditation 

Offering the prestigious Certification in Neuromuscular Therapy

Competitive finance plans and VA and MyCAA plans

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Competitive payment plans to include a 0% option

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Spring AM

  • Starts: 4/16/2024
  • Meets: 8am – 12:30pm Tuesday & Thursday

Summer PM

  • Starts: 7/23/2024
  • Meets: 5:30pm – 10pm Tuesday & Thursday

Fall AM

  • Starts: 10/15/2024
  • Meets: 8am – 12:30pm Tuesday & Thursday

Winter PM

  • Starts: 1/16/2024
  • Meets: 5:30pm – 10pm Tuesday & Thursday

Tuition

  • Advanced Neuromuscular Massage Therapy (750 hours): $14,000 includes massage table and textbooks

Tuition Prepayment Discount

Prepay by cash or check and receive a 7% discount.  Prepay by credit card and receive a 3.5% discount.  In the event a refund needs to be applied, the refund is based on the full program price. May not be combined with the Early Enrollment Discount.

Early Enrollment Discount

Early enrollment discount is the choice of:

  • $300 off or
  • 2% off interest on one of CIMT’s finance plans.

The Early Enrollment Discount applies to each student who completes enrollment (including deposit if applicable) one month prior to the class start date. The Early Enrollment Discount may not be combined with the Tuition Pre-Payment Discount. 

Fees

  • Application fee (Non-refundable): $75
  • Parking Pass: $35
  • Lotions, linens, apparel (estimate): $350-550

In-House Finance Plan

The Colorado Institute of Massage Therapy has an in-house finance plan (click here) that will allow you to choose your monthly tuition payment. Our finance plan allows the student to arrange monthly payments. Make your dreams a reality today!

*Transcripts will be released directly to the Federation of State Massage Therapy Boards and to the Department of Regulatory Agencies upon payment of the transcript fee and subject to the loan being current and education fees paid.  The transcript fee is $15 for each time a transcript is sent.  If a transcript is needed for a job application, to transfer to another postsecondary institution, or other covered exemption, the student must submit a notarized copy of the Transcript Exemption Request form, along with the required attachments.   Upon receipt of the completed form and payment of the transcript fee, the transcript and/or certification will be provided in accordance with state statute.  Unless covered by an exemption, transcripts and certificates will be released to graduates one tuition and any financial obligation for tuition is paid in full.  Click here for the Transcript Exemption Request Form.

Policy on Probation/Withdrawal Due to Delinquent on Financial Obligations 

A student will be put on financial probation and not allowed to attend class if they are 45 or more days late in payments on their financial obligation to the Colorado Institute of Massage Therapy (CIMT, Inc).  A student will not be allowed to begin the last class in the program until all fees are paid and the student is current on their financial obligations to CIMT, Inc.. Students that are more than 120 days in arrears and owe at least $150 may be referred to a collection agency.

Insufficient Funds Fee and Late Fee

For checks written with insufficient funds, there will be a check return fee of $20, and the student may be asked to pay with a money order or cash in the future.  A fee of $25 is applicable when the student’s tuition payment is not received within the 15-day grace period.

Complaints

Complaints should be directed first to the Accounting Manager, then to the Director.  If the complaint cannot be resolved at the school level, a complaint may be filed with the Colorado Student Loan Ombudsperson and the Administrator at the addresses below:

Colorado Department of Law, Consumer Protection Section Consumer Credit Unit, SLS Ralph L Carr Colorado Judicial Center, 1300 Broadway, 6th Floor, Denver, CO 80203, CSLSA@coag.gov, Consumer Complaints and Licensing

Colorado Attorney General’s Student Loan Ombudsperson by email at studentloans@coag.gov, by filing a complaint at www.coag.gov/studentloans, or by calling (720) 508-6975.

VA Benefits

The Colorado Institute of Massage Therapy accepts the Montgomery GI Bill®, Post 911 GI Bill® and Military Spouse Career Advancement Account (MyCAA) programs.  GI Bill® is a registered trademark of the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA).  More information about education benefits offered by VA is available at the official U.S. government website at www.benefits.va.gov/gibill.  VA students put a $170 deposit for cost of books and supplies at the time of signing the enrollment agreement.  The balance of $695 for the cost of the table and other books and supplies are due 30 days after the start of classes.

  • Applicants must be at least 17 years of age
  • High school transcript or equivalent
  • Applicants must be in good health and physically, mentally, and emotionally capable of performing massage therapy
  • Applicants must be fully able to participate in classroom requirements
  • Applicants must possess good communication skills, competency in the occupational environment, and demonstrate a commitment to learning massage therapy.

Here’s what we need

  1. Complete and mail or turn in application
  2. Non-refundable $75 application fee
  3. Email a brief essay to info@cimt.edu (one paragraph) on why you want to come to CIMT.
  4. Official transcript or diploma from the last place you went to school

What happens after I apply?

  1. CIMT will notify you via letter whether you have been accepted into the program
  2. You decide what type of payment plan is best for you
  3. CIMT will make an enrollment agreement appointment with applicant. DEADLINE for enrollment is 4 business days prior to first day of class.
  4. At the time of the enrollment agreement a photo will be taken and the required deposit, depending upon payment plan selected) will be applied to applicants account in order to reserve their spot in the program.
  5. The applicant becomes a student!

Non discrimination policy

The Colorado Institute of Massage Therapy admits students of any color, race, ethnic origin, gender, religious background , or sexual orientation to all the rights, privileges, programs and activities made available to students at the school. CIMT does not discriminate because of color, race, ethnic origin, gender, religious background, or sexual orientation in its admissions policies, educational policies, financial programs or any other school administered programs. All students, staff and faculty must adhere to the CIMT non-discrimination policy at all times. Violations of the policy will result in immediate dismissal from the program or employment.

Disabilities

Persons with disabilities are evaluated on a case-by-case basis. In accordance with applicable federal and state law protecting qualified individuals with known disabilities, the Colorado Institute of Massage Therapy will attempt to reasonably accommodate those individuals unless doing so would create an undue hardship to CIMT. Applicants’ requests for accommodations must be provided in writing to the Admissions staff prior to acceptance in the program.

Ability to Benefit

The Colorado Institute of Massage Therapy does not follow the Ability to Benefit process and requires that students have a high school diploma or equivalent prior to admission.

Colorado Institute of Massage Therapy (CIMT) offers certain modified or flexible repayment options to Borrowers if they meet certain criteria.   The purpose of this policy is to provide Borrowers with information on the criteria for modified or flexible repayment options and ensure that these are available to all Borrowers who meet the criteria for the repayment option.

The Options and applicable Criteria are:

1.Extension of Payment Period: Criteria: The Borrower’s loan repayment must be current with all payments, fees, and other costs fully paid through the date of the application for extension.

  • A Borrower who enrolled prior to January 2024 and who has less than a seven year repayment term and finds that he/she is having difficulty meeting the monthly payment may apply to have the loan repayment period extended for up to a seven year period.
  • A Borrower who enrolled after January 2024, and who has less than a three year repayment term and finds that he/she is having difficulty meeting the monthly payment may apply to have the loan repayment period extended for up to a three year period.

2. Move Missed Payment(s) to the End of the Loan Period: A Borrower who has missed one or more loan payments, but has otherwise kept his/her loan payments current (including payment of the late charges) for a period of 12 months since the last missed payment may apply to have the missed payments added to the end of the loan period to avoid payment of the monthly late charge.  The amount of the monthly payment and any applicable interest shall remain the same.  The modification will simply allow the Borrower to extend the repayment period by the number of monthly payments that were missed.

3. VA Funding Less Than Anticipated: A Borrower receiving VA funding which does not cover as much of the tuition as anticipated at the time of the loan, is eligible for payment plan arrangements based on the particular circumstances.

Free Introduction to Massage Therapy Workshop

719.634.7347

Massage therapy is a growing and rewarding career.  If you like helping people, then massage therapy just might be the opportunity for you.  Our free introduction includes the following:

  • An introduction to our excellent educational program:  Advanced Neuromuscular Therapy (750 hours)
  • Basic massage techniques you can use right away
  • Decide if massage therapy is the right career for you
  • 2024 dates:

July 10, 6 pm-8 pm

August 5, 10 am-12 pm

September 4, 6 pm-8 pm

September 30,  10am-12 pm

November 6, 6 pm-8 pm

December 2, 10 am- 12 pm