Elizabeth Grady Massage Therapy is a for-profit college located in Medford, Massachusetts in the Boston Area. It is a small institution with an enrollment of 149 undergraduate students. Elizabeth Grady Massage Therapy acceptance rate is 100%. Popular majors include Esthetician and Skin Care and Massage Therapy and Bodywork. Elizabeth Grady Massage Therapy alumni go on to earn a starting salary of $22,200.
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Great Instructors – I love my instructors at Elizabeth Grady. They complement each other perfectly. They are always ready to get down to business, and greatly respect and encourage a thirst for knowledge, but are also very fun to be around. They are not only Instructors, they are real people too. I'm very glad I met them, and I hope to keep in contact with them throughout my career.
I Think It Could Be Better – I understand that being a trade school the requirements and funding from financial aid are different, but I think there may have been a tad bit more given to me in financial aid help and funding. But I can't change the rules. Others got better financial aid packages; everyone's case is different.
Trade School – Being a trade school, Elizabeth Grady is already set apart from many other schools and colleges. At Elizabeth Grady, we are a community in and of ourselves, we are our own family.