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Gainful Employment Program Disclosure:

School's Classification Program Code (CIP) 31-9011.00

The following information is contained in a download version of the school's catalog and found on this website at the following link: http://www.nhita.com/nhita-2019-web-v8.pdf

Tuition and supplies: Page 10
Financial Aid types: Page 10
Transfer of credits: Page 12
FERPA policy: Page 12 (The school abides by the Family Education Rights & Privacy Act more information at www.ed.gov)

The school adheres to strict copyright infringement regulations as described in the Financial Aid Administrator's handbook Chapter 6, page 2-107. Students are advised the school does not tolerate copyright infringement.

The median debt amount of Title IV debt for students who have graduated from NHITA is $5,600.00

The completion rate for students completing the program from January to December, 2018 was 100%, the graduation rate was 100%.

The average placement rate for students who graduated between January and December 2017 was 85%.

The school pass rate on the MBLEX licensing exam, now used by the majority of states, provided by the Federation of State Massage Therapy Boards (FSMTMB) for 2017-2018 was 100%. The previous year of 2016 -2017 was 97%.

The NHITA school pass rate on the National Certification Board for Therapeutic Massage for the following years was: 2015: 89%, 2014: 100%, 2013: 100%, 2012: 94%, 2011: 100%, 2010: 100%.

The school's pass rates are typically about 30% above the national average.

Campus Security & The Clery Act

The school has no crime statistics to report over the past ten years as there have been no crimes of any kind perpetrated on school property. However, a security report, statistically analyzed by the Department of Education, is available for review on request. The school also maintains for review The Handbook for Campus Safety and Security (2016 Edition) in compliance with The Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act (Clery Act), a federal statute. Also available for review on request is a Campus Violence Prevention Resource Guide, a proactive guide regarding campus prevention and intervention in the violence against women.