Soma Institute-The National School of Clinical Massage Therapy enrolls 223 undergrads


At Soma Institute-The National School of Clinical Massage Therapy, 64 percent of undergraduate students are nontraditional students - age 25 or older - and 71 percent are female, according to the latest disclosure from the U.S. Department of Education.

The private for-profit school in Chicago enrolled 223 students in fall 2017, all in undergraduate programs, data shows. No undergraduates were transferred from another college or university.

78 percent of undergraduates are residents of Illinois, and 7 percent are residents of other states.

The undergraduate student body is comprised mostly of students who identify as Black or African American (34 percent) and white (22 percent).

Soma Institute-The National School of Clinical Massage Therapy undergraduate enrollment
Total
Portion of Total
Undergraduate enrollment
223
Male
~65
29%
Female
~158
71%
Age 24 and under
~80
36%
Age 25 and over
~143
64%
In-state residence
~174
78%
Out of state residence
~16
7%
Asian
~4
2%
Black or African American
~76
34%
Hispanic/Latino
~36
16%
Native Hawaiian or other Pacific Islander
~2
1%
White
~49
22%
Two or more races
~11
5%
Not enrolled in distance education
223
100%

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