Cortiva - Chicago is a for-profit college located in Chicago, Illinois. It is a small institution with an enrollment of 153 undergraduate students. The only major offered is Massage Therapy and Bodywork. Cortiva - Chicago alumni go on to earn a starting salary of $22,500.
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I absolutely loved it at cortiva. Everything you learn is taught skillfully and nothing is left to chance. You begin hands-on work the first day and dive right into things. The textbooks and class materials are all updated. Best decision ive ever made in terms of education.
Since it's a one year program I was only able to receive half the tuition in financial aid through the government. So that is what I opted for. The student loan rates were high and going to put me out of more money then the tuition, so I only received half for financial aid and the other half I have to pay out of pocket. But that was my chose. The financial aid team was happy and helpful in finding everything out for me and letting me know all my options.
Don't Get Behind – I wish they notified me of my back payments before they got too big. Like the first month I felt I should have received a notice, not 3 months later. That's my only negative I have. Other than that school is amazing!