Daytona College, formerly Daytona Institute of Massage Therapy, is located in Ormond Beach, Florida. The College offers professional education and specialized training in the Massage Therapy and Skin Care fields. Daytona's massage programs teach holistic approaches and coursework includes clinical practice which prepares students for certification in Therapeutic Massage and Bodywork. Daytona College is accredited by the Accrediting Commission of Career Schools and Colleges of Technology (ACCSCT), which designated the College a School of Distinction in 2005.
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Daytona College provides training for professional employment and an education that prepares students for entry into a new career. Towards that end, the school offers the following programs:
The application process begins with a phone call to the school or by contacting the school online. From that point on, the process is simple: the applicant is contacted by the school and guided through the rest of the admissions process. Details on tuition and financial aid will also be provided after initial contact is made.
Daytona offers a caring, personalized learning environment in which the talents of its students will fully develop. Faculty members are seasoned professionals with real-world experience, who assist graduates in making the most of their training as they apply for entry-level positions in the field for which they have been trained. Instructors teach a caring, holistic approach with a focus on well-being.
Student enrollment varies yearly, but ranges between about 25 and 60 students. Females comprise about 85% of the student population.
Students at Daytona College commute to the campus, which is located in the city of Ormond Beach on Florida's Atlantic Coast. The city is situated only 5 miles northwest of Daytona Beach and affords easy access to many Florida cities. The campus has adequate onsite facilities for clinic practice as well as instruction.
Source: Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System (IPEDS) 2016-17, National Center for Education Statistics, http://nces.ed.gov/ipeds/
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