Lansing Community College

Learn to soothe, heal and invigorate with Massage at Lansing Community College. We offer excellent hands-on experiences and will train you in relaxation massage, clinical and sports massage, human anatomy and physiology, business management, and specialty techniques. Lansing Community College's Massage program is accredited by the Commission on Massage Therapy Accreditation.

The Massage Therapy Program at LCC

The cost for the program will be announced in April 2024. This cost includes all tuition, course fees, application fees, textbooks, supplies, etc. Financial aid may be available to help with program costs. LCC's Financial Aid office can help navigate this. The Financial Aid office also has information about other state and federal tuition aid programs including Michigan Reconnect, a program that pays for tuition for people 21 years and older without a degree. Additionally, LCC offers a variety of awards and scholarships for students. Finally, financial aid opportunities are also available through some massage organizations including American Massage Therapy Association Student Scholarship and Imagine American Foundation.

The daytime massage program is a three-semester commitment and begins every August. Daytime students begin the program in fall semesters and complete the program at the end of the following spring semester. Daytime massage classes typically meet 4-5 days per week from 10:10am to 2:00pm. The Massage Clinic meets from 10:00am until 2:30pm. There are scheduled weekend chair and sports massage events in spring and summer semesters.

The evening massage program is also a three-semester commitment and begins every January. Students start the program in January and complete the program in December. Classes typically meet 3-4 evenings per week from 5:40pm to 9:30pm. The Massage Clinic meets from 5:40pm until 10:00pm. There are scheduled weekend chair and sports massage events in the summer and fall semesters.

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Steps to Apply

You must be an LCC student to be eligible for these courses. With limited seats available each semester, enrollment is on a first-come-first-serve basis.

Steps to Apply
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Accreditation

Commission on Massage Therapy Accreditation
Affiliated School member of the American Massage Therapy Association (AMTA)


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Contact Academic Advising for an appointment to answer your individual questions.

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For detailed information about the program layout, prerequisites, cost, and more, check out the Advising Guide.

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Health and Human Services Division Office

HHS Building, 108
517-483-1410
517-483-1508 fax

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