Tuition and Fee Schedule

COURSES

Clock Hrs.

Hourly Rate

Tuition

Registration Fee*

STRF Fee*

Equipment*

Total Charges

Weeks

Cosmetology

1600

$8.00

$12,800.00

$100.00

$0.00

$1,250.00

$14,150.00

40-64

Barbering

1500

$8.00

$12,000.00

$100.00

$0.00

$1,250.00

$13,350.00

38-60

Esthetician

600

$8.00

$4,800.00

$100.00

$0.00

$750.00

$5,650.00

15-24

Manicuring

400

$8.00

$3,200.00

$100.00

$0.00

$1,250.00

$4,550.00

10-15

Barber Crossover

200

$8.00

$1,600.00

$100.00

$0.00

$300.00

$2,000.00

5-8

Teacher Training (Cosmetology)

600

$8.00

$4,800.00

$100.00

$0.00

$300.00

$5,200.00

15-24

* Non- Refundable

THE SCHOOL RESERVES THE RIGHT TO CHANGE THE TUITION, FEES OR MAKE CHANGES, WHEN DEEMED NECESSARY, WITHOUT PRIOR NOTICE. SUCH CHANGES WILL NOT AFFECT ATTENDING STUDENTS

Institutional charges for tuition and equipment are posted to the student tuition account by payment period. However, registration fee will be assessed and posted in the students tuition account within the first payment period.

METHOD OF PAYMENT

Most of our students apply for financial aid. During our interview of prospective students, we compute a needs analysis based on the amount of income or resources compared to the cost of education, room and board, and traveling expenses. If the student qualified, we help the individual prepare the appropriate Financial Aid application.

For those students who wish to pay their own way through school, the financial officer will develop a personalized payment program for each individual. All tuition and fees are payable in advance unless other arrangements have been made prior to commencement of classes. For those students who are not receiving financial aid, payment schedules (weekly, monthly, and quarterly) are available. Payments are accepted by cash, check, money order, or credit card.

For students on monthly payment plans, the payments are due on the first day of the month and will be considered late after the 10th. Payments are accepted by cash, check, money order, or credit card. There will be a service charge of $25.00 for any returned checks. Students who do not make payment arrangements or fail to make their scheduled payments, may be subject to any one or all of the following: suspension, termination, and/or student’s account turned over to collections.

The student is responsible for all contracted tuition, registration, equipment, kit, and overtime charges.

Books, Kits, and Accessories: Cost of all other additional books/kits/accessories, not provided in the Student Kit shall be the responsibility of the student. Once used, kits are not returnable or refundable due to sanitary considerations. Above kits prices include applicable sales tax.

All institutional charges must be paid in full before credits may be released. Unpaid credits will be retained by the institution until payment in full is complete. Payments are accepted by cash, check, money order, credit card, or Title IV funds.

STATE BOARD COST OF EXAMINATION

$9.00 Pre-Application Fee paid to Board of Barbering and Cosmetology in addition to Board of Barbering and Cosmetology Examination Fee of $125.00 for Cosmetology; $110.00 for Manicuring ; $115.00 for Esthetician; $125.00 for Barbering.

EXTRA INSTRUCTION (OVERTIME) CHARGES

Students are expected to complete their training on/by the On Time Graduation date as specified on their Enrollment Agreement. If a student exceeds the time frame outlined on their enrollment agreement, an extra instruction charge will be made for the balance of the hours required for the completion of course. Rate per hour are as follows: Cosmetology $8.00, Manicuring $8.00, Esthetician $8.00, Barbering and Barber Crossover Course $8.00, Teacher Training (Cosmetology) $8.00. Extra Instruction (Overtime) Charges are on a cash pay basis, and are not eligible for Title IV Financial Aid.

TRANSFER STUDENTS

Transfer students will be charged $8.00 per clock hour of remaining hours, plus the registration fee of $100.00. Note: We do not normally accept transfer students who have completed ½ or more of the course hours at another school, however, upon approval of the School Director, exceptions may be made on an individual evaluation basis.

EQUIPMENT/BOOKS

Students will be provided with a detailed list of the required textbooks and kit contents. Cost of all other additional books/kits/accessories, not provided in the Student Kit shall be the responsibility of the student. Located in the library are book, magazines, pamphlets, videos, and cd’s, which are available to the student while attending the school. If you need to check out materials to view at home, please contact an instructor.

CONTINUOUS/SPECIALIZED TRAINING POLICY

All students are allowed, at no charge, one (8) hour day of State Board training after they have completed their required clock hours in their enrolled course, and having graduated from this school. The 8 hours of training must be completed in 1 day. This is to be taken during the timeframe after their graduation, and before their original scheduled test date. Student must make an appointment for this additional training, and must come in dressed in school uniform. Any additional State Board Training (for former students) AFTER this timeframe will be charged at $10.00/hr with a minimum of 8 hours. The 8 hours must in completed in one day. Cash payment is to be paid prior to each session. Student must make an appointment for this additional training, and must come in dressed in school uniform. Specialized training and brush up courses are charged on a per lesson or special course basis. Contact the Administrator for details. These courses and lessons are considered to be AVOCATION Programs. Tuition for specialized courses subjects is calculated at the time of enrollment. Acceptance of students for the State Board Continuous/Specialized training program will be at the discretion of the school administration.

SCHOLARSHIP STATEMENT

Our school does not award any institutional scholarships incentives.

ADMISSIONS and FINANCIAL AID INFORMATION AND HOURS

ADMISSIONS: Applicants for Admissions may secure information on Mon.- Fri. between 8:30 a.m.- 5:00 p.m.

Person to contact: Ms. Nilza Price, Mr. Lee Jones (760) 772-5950 or (951) 769-0675

FINANCIAL AID: Applicants or students may secure Financial Aid information Mon.– Fri. between 8:30 a.m.-5:00 p.m.

Person to contact: Ms. Denise Harker - Financial Aid Officer (760) 772-5950 or (951) 769-0675

PLACEMENT ASSISTANCE: Available Mon. – Fri. between: 8:30 a.m. through 5:00 p.m.

Person to contact: Ms. Nilza Price , Mr. Lee Jones (760) 772-5950 or (951) 769-0675

DRUG ABUSE POLICY

The school strictly enforces a zero tolerance drug and alcohol policy on campus, and fully supports Drug-Free Schools and Communities Act of the United States Congress. In cooperation with other agencies and organizations, the school provides educational materials on the dangers of substance use and abuse. Advising and counseling is provided when deemed necessary as well as to those who request assistance. The School makes the following information available to its students, staff and instructors. Additionally, any student or staff member can also contact the following agency for more information, counseling, or assistance: Betty Ford Clinic 39000 Bob Hope Drive, Rancho Mirage, CA 93270 1-800-854-9151

OUR TRAINING PROGRAMS

CAMPUS LOCATIONS

La Quinta Campus - Main Campus

79450 Highway 111
La Quinta, CA 92253
Tel: (760) 772-5950
Fax: (760) 772-1295

Hemet Campus- Branch Location

3643 W. Florida Ave.
Hemet, CA 92545
Tel: (951) 769-0675
Fax: (951) 769-0803

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