ACHS Approved to Participate in Title IV Federal Student Aid Programs

    Written by: Tanja Kaneshiro /
    Oct 9, 2012 12:59:00 PM

    ACHSLogoGreat news ... ACHS has been approved by the US Department of Education to offer Title IV federal financial aid to qualified students in ACHS’s online Associate of Applied Science in Complementary Alternative Medicine degree program. This includes Pell Grants, the American Opportunity Credit, the Lifetime Learning Credit and eligibility for student loan deferment, which are all available to qualifying enrolled students.

    “Being able to offer Title IV federal financial aid to our students is an important achievement for ACHS. The availability of the additional grant will enable students who were not able to otherwise enroll at ACHS to apply for admission and build the skills they need to begin or advance their careers in holistic health by studying complementary alternative medicine (CAM),” says Dorene Petersen, ACHS President.

    ACHS’s fully online, accredited Associate of Applied Science in Complementary Alternative Medicine degree program provides a comprehensive holistic health certification including training in holistic nutrition, aromatherapy, herbal medicine and other holistic health modalities.

    If you have any questions, feel free to post below or reach out to our Admissions team at 800-487-8839 or


    Authored by Tanja Kaneshiro

    Tanja joined ACHS in 2012 with an enthusiasm for holistic health and essential oils. She brings an extensive, varied skill set to the college including administration, client relations, sales, and project management. In her free time, you can find Tanja creating DIY art and collage projects, scouring estate sales for treasures, or enjoying brunch with her husband and friends. Her two cats and many dog friends keep her entertained. She looks forward to volunteering and exploring all that this fabulous city of Portland has to offer.

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