At ICoHS, students are our priority because students come first.
Students are encouraged to stop by or make an appointment with the Dean of Student Services or our Academic Coordinator. Our staff members are available to help with schedule planning, transcript evaluation, personal support, career services, participation in community events, completing MBLEx registration or CAMTC application submission or any other educational questions or concerns a student may have.
The Student Services Office is open during the following hours:
Monday – Thursday 8:30 am – 6:00 pm
Friday 8:30 am – 5:00 pm
Announcements about class registrations, meetings, transcripts, job opportunities and other information is posted in the Information Center, Office of Admission and the website. Students are responsible for reading what is posted. If ICOHS has an E-mail address on file, it may use E-mail as an additional form of official communication. ICOHS has both a private Facebook Student/Alumni group and a public Facebook page for networking purposes.
A student resources page with website bookmarks for interactive study aids, etc. is available on our website. The study of health sciences is quite demanding, and students may sometimes find themselves falling behind or feeling overwhelmed. This can be due to a variety of factors such as learning style, competing obligations, long-term absence from academics, etc. There are numerous avenues for getting academic assistance:
ICoHS organizes student activities ranging from holiday gatherings to community outreach. Attending activities is a great way for students, staff, and faculty to have fun and reach out to the community.
Massage training can be stressful, as learning to touch and be touched often brings up some powerful issues. Personal concerns (emotional, financial, etc.) may arise, which affect interactions here or leave the student feeling overwhelmed. There are a number of ways to get support and assistance:
While International College of Holistic Studies cannot guarantee job placement, ICoHS does make comprehensive professional development services available to students and graduates. Course work in career management, self-care and ethics is completed by every graduate.ICoHS also refers its graduates to employers through its extensive local, national and international contacts. ICoHS professional development services are available to all graduates, free of charge. For job listings and placement opportunities, please see the Dean of Student Services in the Administrative Office area or send an email to: [email protected]
ICoHS provides reasonable accommodations for students with disabilities or other special needs. Any person with a grievance related to discrimination, including requests for academic adjustments, auxiliary aids and services, and requests for accommodation under Title III of th “Americans with Disabilities Act” should perform the following procedures:
By Telephone: 619-450-2224
By Mail: Executive Director
1500 State Street
San Diego CA, 92101