How To Apply


Jennifer Loli is the Director of Admissions at NMSNT. You can schedule a tour of our facilities with Jennifer either by phone or by submitting a “web form” using the link highlighted below.

To apply at the New Mexico School of Natural Therapeutics you must be a high school graduate or have the legal equivalent. Submit a completed application form, $50 non-refundable application fee, and a personal statement explaining some of your goals associated with Massage Therapy and Natural Therapeutics training. We would also need any unofficial transcripts you may have from the most recent school/schools you have attended.

To begin the process you are encouraged to contact us through our web form. You may also download our application form (PDF) and submit it to us by fax, mail, or email.

Upon acceptance to the New Mexico School of Natural Therapeutics you will receive a letter at which point a $750 non-refundable supply fee is required. This fee goes towards your total tuition cost of $8,000 and covers the cost of textbooks, clinic internship uniform, and clinic linen service. Depending on academic history, a learning assessment may be required at an additional cost.

International Students:

Our school is approved by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security to train international students under the Student Visitor Exchange Program (SEVP). After applying and being accepted into our program, you will be sent an I-20 that you must submit to the U.S embassy in your country.

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The New Mexico School of Natural Therapeutics is incorporated in the State of New Mexico as a nonprofit corporation. The IRS has authorized federal tax-exempt status as a 501©(3) organization to NMSNT. Grants and contributions made to NMSNT are tax deductible under provisions of the IRS code. Your tax-deductible donation will help NMSNT continue to offer quality education. Thank you for your consideration and help.


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