Tuition & Fees
MTTI is committed to providing educational excellence at the most affordable price possible. As an accredited school, we offer federal financial aid for those who qualify. Our tuition is competitively and transparently priced with no hidden fees. Below is a breakdown of exactly what your tuition covers and what other expenses you can expect during the completion of the Program.
MTTI Tuition and Fees for 750-Hour January, April, July and September Programs
An initial $100.00 non-refundable deposit is required to secure your position in the program (click here to pay your deposit online). NM gross receipts tax of $773.06 (8.3125%) is added to above fees for Total Tuition cost of $10,073.06.
The $100 non-refundable deposit is applied toward your tuition. The deposit also transfers to a new program start date if your plans change.
Included in Tuition:
- All required textbooks and manuals (8) for the 750-Hour Program.
- One gallon of lotion, a small refillable bottle, and a holster for clinic use.
- Student Membership to AMTA, which includes liability insurance.
- Application Fee for NM State Massage Therapist License ($75) and Fee for NM Temporary Massage License ($25).
- Administrative help in applying for state licensure and the Licensing Exam (MBLEx).
- Administrative supplies required for the Clinical Residency Internship & Externship Class to include appointment card forms and client information forms, Administrative help in scheduling massages.
- Linens and equipment for NMSU Externship Class.
- Access to school library, videos, and classrooms when not in use.
- Use of school massage tables, chairs and equipment for classroom & course use.
Other expenditures required of students (not included in Tuition total):
- Linens (minimum of 4 sets of the following:) small bath towel, thin hand towel, washcloth, twin-sheet set (solid, no prints/patterns, white or light, 100% cotton or 60% cotton blend).
- 2 standard pillows, 1 body pillow, extra pillowcases for all pillows, 2 twin size blankets (solid color, no prints/patterns)
- Solid color scrubs and name tag. (dress code)
- Unscented laundry detergent for linens.
- 27” or larger rolling suitcase.
- Personal care kit, including nail clippers, nail file, nail brush, hand sanitizer, mouthwash, breath mints, deodorant, and hairbrush or comb.
- Fees associated with make up exams or instruction.
- Cost of CPR/First Aid certification: $50.
- City of Las Cruces Business Licence: $35.
- MBLEx (Massage Bodywork Licensing Exam) Application Fee: $195 each time you take. NM State License Fee $125.
“I enjoyed my experience at the Massage Therapy Training Institute. It was educational in more ways than I expected. I learned a lot about myself and what I am capable of doing. As expected, the class was challenging and very informative but it, and the program overall, was not impossible to complete. The staff and faculty there were always extremely helpful and friendly. They ensured that my environment always felt safe and comfortable while I was there both attending the class and performing my Internship in the clinic. Attending MTTI was one of the best decisions of my life.”Jonathan Butler
Program Payment Options
If you are interested in either Grants or Loans, call and ask for an appointment with MTTI’s Financial Aid Advisor and bring your income documents including W-2 and 1040 tax forms. Available funding (grants and/or Loans) are:
- Federal Funding Programs (Title IV): Pell Grants, Stafford Loans and Parent PLUS loans;
- NM State Department of Labor (DOL) Grants through the Workforce Investment Act (WIA);
- NM State Division of Vocational Rehabilitation (DVR);
- Veterans Administration (VA);
- NM Council for the Blind.
MTTI Net Price Calculator
Click here to use the net-price calculator, which allows prospective students to get detailed estimates of their out-of-pocket costs as well as their eligibility for financial aid.
This calculator is a tool intended only to provide an estimate. Please note that the estimate includes all costs associated with attending school (including transportation, room and board, etc.) and is not the cost of attendance or the actual determination of financial aid awarded.