Utah Massage Therapy - Utah Valley is a for-profit college located in Lindon, Utah in the Salt Lake City Area. It is a small institution with an enrollment of 67 undergraduate students. Utah Massage Therapy - Utah Valley acceptance rate is 100%. The only major offered is Massage Therapy and Bodywork. Utah Massage Therapy - Utah Valley alumni go on to earn a starting salary of $20,300.
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Very wide range of ethnicities, political views, sexual preferences, and economic standings. There was some religious diversity but it's Utah Valley so half the class is LDS. Which is awesome!
It has great material but teacher's aren't fully invested. you learn more about them than the class and when you are learning the material it is all at once and you test the same class period, no time to study or absorb anything at all, and I took advanced courses in High School, I promise I'm not slow! It's rough.
There are some extra classes offered but it is during the lunch period which is short enough to begin with. Basically they make you choose between getting the knowledge you are paying for or eating so you don't pass out while giving a massage.