Our goal is to provide information and assistance to secure funding that you may be eligible to receive. This is a vital commitment on our part, and helps ensure that you achieve your educational goals. This Financial Aid site is dedicated to assisting you through the financial aid process. Irene's is also available to assist those eligible to receive veteran's educational benefits.
In addition to federal financial aid, Irene's is also eligible to receive funds from the VA Educational Funds, Michigan Works Funds, UAW, Michigan Rehabilitation Services, Oneida Nation of Wisconsin, Americorps, and Michigan Education Trust as well as private scholarships. For additional funding information or if you should have questions, please call Irene's Financial Aid Office 248-350-1400.
To provide a helping hand for prospective massage students in need of financial assistance with school, by awarding up to $2,000 tuition to attend Irene’s Myomassology Institute. Scholarship applications are now available for prospective students to submit to Irene's. For details and an application form, contact our admissions department at 248-350-1400.
The student must meet all admissions requirements for the program and be accepted for enrollment. The scholarship application must be submitted with high school diploma (or equivalent), FAFSA, two letters of recommendation, and 500-700 word essay. To determine need, the scholarship committee uses commonly accepted socio-economic criteria to calculate eligibility. The scholarship may only be used towards Irene’s Myomassology Institute tuition.Kemply Scholarship Information >
Applying for financial aid may seem like a daunting task. Don’t let it be an obstacle keeping you from receiving an education. To be considered for federal, need-based financial aid, we require you to complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). This form is available in paper or online. Paper FAFSAs are available by calling 800-4-FED-AID. If you have Internet access, we encourage you to apply online using FAFSA online at www.fafsa.gov. Applying online normally reduces processing time and help is available.
First apply for an FSA ID, which is your electronic access code. The FSA ID website is www.FSAID.gov. Parent(s) of dependent students should also apply for their own FSA ID. The FSA ID will act as your signature on the FAFSA. It will also provide you access to other personal information stored in other federal aid sites.
You should never share your FSA ID with anyone.
File your taxes prior to completing the FAFSA. With your FSA ID number you will use the IRS Data Retrieval feature through the FAFSA website to instantly download your tax information directly into the FAFSA.
Complete the FAFSA online at www.fafsa.gov
The school code for Irene's Myomassology Institute is 035883. If you have questions while completing your application, you can get free help from the Federal Student Aid Information Center at 800-4-FED-AID or call Irene's Financial Aid Office.
Click the submit button! Your FAFSA form is not complete until you click submit. Then you will receive a confirmation page. Print this page for your records.
After you have submitted your FAFSA to the federal government for processing, you and Irene's Financial Aid Office will both receive a Student Aid Report (SAR). Review the information. Follow any instructions on the SAR. Be sure Irene's school code is on the SAR. Remember, the school code for Irene's Michigan Massage School is 035883. You may find that your SAR has been selected for verification. If so, you will be receiving a letter from the Financial Aid Office requesting additional information.
When Irene's Financial Aid Office has received your SAR from the Department of Education and any requested documentation from you, the Financial Aid Office will mail you an award letter. The award letter will notify you of the types and amounts of aid that you may receive.
Remember the Financial Aid Office is here to serve you. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact us at 248-350-1400.Consumer Information >