Applicants are advised to call the Institution for an appointment to discuss admission requirements and procedures. Each applicant will be interviewed individually so that the Institution may better understand the career goals of the applicant, and the applicant can better understand the programs of the Institution. As part of the admissions procedures, all applicants must follow these steps.
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The general requirements for admission to The Cosmetica Beauty and Barbering School are as follows.
Changes and Provisions.
The Cosmetica Beauty and Barbering School through appropriate action, reserves the right to change any provision or requirement at any time within the student’s term of training.
Student Financial Planning Services means that we provide the best possible assistance to students in the areas of financial planning to compliment a student’s career training. We place a high priority on providing accurate and complete information about the programs we offer, and are equally committed to assisting students through the application process.
Upon completion of the admission procedures, the student will be notified of the Institution decision regarding admission. During the interview, certain disclosures such as completion and placement rates of graduates will be made. In addition, tuition and payment plans, and the applicant’s professional and educational goals will be discussed. Once the student is provided with an Institution catalog, it is the responsibility of that student to familiarize himself/herself with all the Institution rules and comply with the contents of the catalog. The Cosmetica Beauty and Barbering School through appropriate action, reserves the right to change any provision or requirement at any time within the student’s term of training. The provisions of this publication do, however, supersede any previously state provisions either written or oral. As part of our Admissions policies, this is our policy regarding the acceptance of credits earned at other Institutions or through challenge examinations and achievement tests, admissions requirements for ability-to-benefit students: “Our Institution does not have an articulation agreement, between our Institution and any other Institution or university that provides for the transfer of credits earned in the program of instruction.”