Cortiva - King of Prussia is a for-profit college located in King of Prussia, Pennsylvania in the Philadelphia Area. It is a small institution with an enrollment of 103 undergraduate students. The Cortiva - King of Prussia acceptance rate is 100%. The only major offered is Massage Therapy and Bodywork. Cortiva - King of Prussia alumni go on to earn a starting salary of $25,900.
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Finacial Aid Office – The ladies I spoke with in the financial aid office and admissions were very nice, warm and welcoming. Gave me a lot of information about the financial aid process and the lady gave me her direct line number to call as many times as I needed to ask as many questions that I had while I filled out the fafsa form online. I know the school will be worth while the tuition I'm going to be paying off. I got the financial aid to help with a portion of the tuition. With the help of the ladies I spoke with.
Most of the students belong back on the couches, watching the programs that were interupted by a commercial to go to Cortiva. Not only do they not have the compassion or intelligence that is required of the program, they lack empathy period. My encounters with these 'students' has reassured their lack of knowledge pertaining to the human body and people skills. If you advertise during trashy tv shows, why did you not expect trashy individuals as students?