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YUKON BEAUTY COLLEGE

221 W. MAIN STREET

YUKON, OKLAHOMA 73099

405-354-3172-FAX 405-350-0395

PUBLISHED JANUARY 2020


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CONTENTS


ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS

ENROLLMENT

GENERAL FACILITY AND EQUIPMENT

SCHOOL OBJECTIVE

GRADING POLICY

ATTENDANCE

GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS

PLACEMENT

ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICERS AND FACULTY

GUIDANCE/ADVISING

NON-DISCRIMINATION

EXPENDABLE SUPPLIES

FINANCIAL AID

LICENSING REQUIREMENTS

LICENSED & ACCREDITED

OPPORTUNITIES

PROFESSIONAL DRESS CODE

PROBATION

REFUND POLICY

RULES AND REGULATIONS

SCHOOL CALENDAR

STUDENT RIGHTS

TRANSFERS

TUITION - SUPPLEMENT A

VETERANS

INSTRUCTORS - SUPPLEMENT B

GRADUATION, PLACEMENT, LICENSURE  SUPPLEMENT C

 

CODE OF ETHICS


THE SCHOOL IS DEDICATED TO MAINTAINING HONEST, ETHICAL, AND FAIR RELATIONSHIPS WITH STAFF, STUDENT, PATRONS, STATE BOARDS AND OTHER SCHOOLS. WE USE PROFESSIONALLY APPROVED TEACHING TECHNIQUES, TRAINING AIDS AND PURCHASE HIGH GRADE EQUIPMENT AND SUPPLIES FOR STUDENT USE. WE PARTICIPATE IN EDUCATIONAL SEMINARS, CONFERENCES AND MEETINGS IN ORDER TO CONSTANTLY UPGRADE THE QUALITY TRAINING OF OUR STUDENTS AND PATRON SERVICE. THE SCHOOL IS STUDENT ORIENTED WITH THE GOAL OF PRODUCING THE HIGHEST CALIBER OF PROFESSIONAL COSMETOLOGISTS.


OWNER

MARY WHITBY

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

MISSION STATEMENT

OUR MISSION IS TO PREPARE GRADUATES FOR A CAREER IN ALL COSMETOLOGY PROGRAMS.. WE ARE DEDICATED TO STUDENTS SUCCESS BY CULTIVATING PROFESSIONALS THROUGH INNOVATIVE PERSONALIZED POST SECONDARY EDUCATION INSIDE A CREATIVE ENVIRONMENT THAT PREPARES GRADUATES WITH BUSINESS SKILLS AND FINANCIAL RESPONSIBILITY.

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                                                                                                                            SCHOOL OBJECTIVES


THE SCHOOL IS DEDICATED TO CONSCIENTIOUS, SCIENTIFIC EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS BASED ON PROVEN TECHNIQUES AND SOUND BUSINESS PRINCIPLES. THE CURRICULUMS,, ASSOCIATED INSTRUCTION AND ACTIVITIES PROVIDE STUDENTS WITH A SOLID FOUNDATION IN THE MULTI-FACETED FIELD OF COSMETOLOGY SO THEY MAY BECOME A CREDIT TO THE PROFESSION. THIS OBJECTIVE IS APPLICABLE TO EACH CURRICULUM.. WE REALIZE OUR OBLIGATION TO OUR STUDENTS, ALUMNI AND COMMUNITY AND CONSTANTLY SEEK MORE EFFECTIVE WAYS TO MEET THESE COMMITMENTS.


ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS


THE SCHOOL ADMITS AS REGULAR STUDENTS THOSE OF EITHER SEX WHO HAVE:

  1. HIGH SCHOOL DIPLOMA OR GENERAL EDUCATION DIPLOMA (GEDor) 
  2. OVER THE AGE OF 16.
  3. MUST DEMONSTRATE THE ABILITY TO SPEAK ENGLISH
  4. MUST ATTEND ORIENTATION CLASS PRIOR TO STARTING THE COURSE.
  5. THE SCHOOL DOES NOT ACCEPT ATB STUDENTS.
  6. THE INSTRUCTOR COURSE REQUIRES A OKLAHOMA BASIC COSMETOLOGY LICENSE, FACIAL\ESTHETICS, OR MANICURING.
  7. STUDENTS WHO WITHDRAW FROM CLASS IN GOOD STANDING CAN RE-ENTER AT ANY TIME WITHOUT LOSS OF CREDIT.

 


GENERAL FACILITIES AND EQUIPMENT


THE SCHOOL IS LOCATED ENTIRELY ON THE GROUND FLOOR. A TOTAL OF 5000 SQUARE FEET OF SPACE IS USED FOR CLASSROOMS, OFFICE, DISPENSARY, CLINIC AND RECEPTION AREA. THERE ARE TWO PUBLIC RESTROOMS. THE ENTIRE BUILDING IS AIR-CONDITIONED AND HEATED, AS WELL AS HAVING EXHAUST FANS TO DRAW THE STALE AIR OR CHEMICAL SMELLS, HAIR SPRAY AND FUMES TO THE OUTSIDE. FLOOR SPACE AND EQUIPMENT MEET ALL THE REQUIREMENTS OF THE OKLAHOMA STATE BOARD OF COSMETOLOGY. THE OFFICE IS USED AS A REGISTRAR’S OFFICE.

 


ENROLLMENT


YOU MAY ENROLL IN SCHOOL AT ANY TIME. CLASSES FOR EACH COURSE START MONTHLY. NO STUDENT IS ALLOWED ON THE CLINIC FLOOR UNTIL COMPLETION OF THE REQUIRED CLOCK HOURS MANDATED FOR THE COURSE THEY ARE ENROLLED IN, BY OKLAHOMA STATE BOARD OF COSMETOLOGY.

 


TRANSFERS


STUDENTS WISHING TO TRANSFER FROM ANOTHER SCHOOL MUST OBTAIN A WRITTEN RELEASE FROM THE SCHOOL PREVIOUSLY ATTENDED  AND ARE SUBJECT TO ADMINISTRATIVE APPROVAL. THE SCHOOL ACCEPTS PRIOR HOURS TRANSFERRED BY THE STATE BOARD OF COSMETOLOGY. STUDENTS MUST PASS A PRACTICAL SKILLS ASSESSMENT TEST. THE TUITION COST WILL BE PRORATED FOR THE CREDITED HOURS. NO ACTION IS TAKEN TO SOLICIT THE TRANSFER OF STUDENTS ALREADY ATTENDING ANOTHER SCHOOL OR TO SOLICIT THE ENROLLMENT OF PERSONS ALREADY REGISTERED WITH OTHER SCHOOLS.

 


ATTENDANCE


FULL TIME IS CONSIDERED TO BE AT LEAST 35 HOURS PER WEEK WITH A 30 MINUTE LUNCH PERIOD. THEORY IS FROM 9:00AM TO 10:00AM: AN ORGANIZED CLASS SCHEDULE WHICH VARIES FROM WEEK TO WEEK AND IS POSTED EACH MONDAY MORNING. IN THE EVENT OF UNEXPECTED TARDINESS OR ABSENCE, THE SCHOOL SHOULD BE NOTIFIED 30 MINUTES BEFORE CLASS STARTS. SCHOOL HOURS ARE 9:00 TO 4:30 MONDAY THROUGH FRIDAY. A TIME CARD WITH INDIVIDUAL STUDENT NAMES IS USED FOR GENERAL ATTENDANCE RECORDS. ATTENDANCE RECORDS ARE MAINTAINED IN A PERMANENT FILE BY THE SCHOOL AND ANY OTHER RECORDS THAT MAY BE PROMULGATED BY THE STATE BOARD OF COSMETOLOGY WILL BE MAINTAINED.STUDENTS WHO DO NOT CLOCK IN BY 9:00 OCLOCK WILL BE CONSIDERED AS TARDY AND MAY NOT ENTER THE CLASSROOM. THERE ARE NO EXCUSED ABSENCES.  STUDENTS MUST ADHERE TO THE SATISFACTORY PROGRESS POLICY WITH A MINIMUM OF 70% ATTENDANCE TO COMPLETE THE COURE IN THE MAXIMUM TIME FRAME.  VETERANS MUST ATTEND 85% OF ALL SCHEDULED HOURS. STUDENTS CAN MAKE UP A TEST WITHIN 3 DAYS.

STUDENTS MUST ADHERE TO THE RULES AND REGULATIONS OF CONDUCT SET FORTH BY THE SCHOOL RUES AND RULES SET FORTH BY THE OKLAHOMA STATE BOARD OF COSMETOLOGY.  STUDENT S WHO DO NOT FOLLOW THESE RULWS MAY BE TERMINATED.


GRADING POLICY


THE FOLLOWING FACTORS WILL BE MEASURED TO DETERMINE ACADEMIC PROGRESS:

THEORY WORK: (TEST, GRADES, HOME WORK, ETC.)

PRACTICAL WORK (SCHEDULED PROJECTS, CLINIC, ETC.)


STUDENTS ARE GRADED ACCORDING TO THE FOLLOWING SCALE:

90-100 A EXCELLENT      

80-89 B GOOD

70-79 C SATISFACTORY

60-69 D UNSATISFACTORY

BELOW 60 F FAILING

STUDENTS MEETING THE MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS FOR ACADEMICS AND ATTENDANCE AT EVALUATION ARE CONSIDERED TO BE MAKING SATISFACTORY PROGRESS UNTIL THE END OF THE NET SCHEDULED EVALU ATION.  A STUDENT WHO IS ON WARNNG FOR A PERIOD IS STILL CONSIDERED TO BE MAKING SATISFACTORY PROGRESS.  A STUDENT ON TERMINATION PENDING (FEDERAL TITLE IV SUSPENSION) FOR A PERIOD IS NOT CONSIDERED TO BE MAKING SATISFACTORY PROGRESS.

 

GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS

WE GRANT A CERTIFICATE TO GRADUATING STUDENTS. STUDENTS WILL THEN BE ELIGIBLE FOR THE STATE BOARD EXAMINATION UPON COMPLETION OF THE PROGRAMS NUMBER OF CLOCK HOURS (BASIC-1500, MANICURING-600, FACIAL/ESTHETICIAN-600, INSTRUCTOR-1000) AND THE FOLLOWING MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS: A PROFESSIONAL LICENSE MAY THEN BE OBTAINTED BY PASSING A RELATED OKLA. STATE BOARD EXAMINATION


All required theory and practical tests completed with a grade of at least 70% on each.


All required final exams both written and practical with a grade of at least 70% on each.


All financial obligations to the school must be satisfied.

 


PLACEMENT


THE SCHOOL OFFERS EMPLOYMENT ASSISTANCE FOR ALL GRADUATES, AS LONG AS THE GRADUATE IS IN THE BEAUTY PROFESSION. THE SCHOOL WILL ASSIST HIM/HER IN OBTAINING EMPLOYMENT. THERE IS NO GUARANTEE OF EMPLOYMENT EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED BY GRADUATION. EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES ARE PLACED ON THE BULLETIN BOARD.

 


NON-DISCRIMINATION

 

IN COMPLIANCE WITH FEDERAL, STATE AND LOCAL GOVERNMENT REQUIRMENTS, THE SCHOOL DOES NOT DISCRIMINATE AGAINST QUALIFIED INDIVIDUALS WITH DISABILITIES.  THE SCHOOL WILL PROVIDE REASONABLE ACCOMMODATIONS FO THE KNOWN DISABILITIES OF A QUALIFIED STUDENT APPLICANT, CLIENT OR EMPLOYEE EXCEPT WHEN THE ACCOMMODATION IMPOSES UNDUE HARDSHIP ON THE SCHOOL,  FELLOW STUDENT OR EMPLOYEE.   THE SCHOOL FOLLOWS THE REQUIREMENTS ESTABLISHED BY THE AMERICANS WITH DISABILITIES ACT.  THE SCHOOL DOES NOT DISCRIMINATE ON THE BASIS OF DISABILITY,AGE, SEX, RACE, COLOR, RELIGION, N OF OUR EDUCATIONALORIGIN, ETHINIC ORIGIN, FINANCIAL OR SOCIAL STATUS, HANDICAPPED OR SEXUAL ORIENTATION IN THE ADMINI PROGRAMS, SCHOOL ADMINISTERED PROGRAMS, OR EMPLOYMENT PRACTICES.


LICENSING REQUIREMENTS


GRADUATES MUST PASS THE STATE BOARD EXAMINATION TO RECEIVE A LICENSE TO PRACTICE COSMETOLOGY IN OKLAHOMA. THESE EXAMINATIONS ARE GIVEN IN OKLAHOMA CITY AS SCHEDULED BY THE STATE BOARD OF COSMETOLOGY. THE REGISTRATION FORM IS COMPLETED BY THE SCHOOL, CERTIFYING GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS ARE COMPLETED. THE STUDENT IS RESPONSIBLE FOR ALL COSTS RELATED TO TAKING THE STATE BOARD EXAM.

GRADUATION PLACEMENT LICENSURE 

                                                               OSMETOLOGY      ESTHETICICS    MANICURIST     INSTRUCTOR

GRADUATION RATE                     68.42                  53                     100                0                     0                                

PLAEMENT                                  6154                  85.7                     33               0                       0

LICENSURE                                 83.33               100                         60               0                      0            

EXPENDABLE SUPPLIES


THE SCHOOL FURNISHES ALL EXPENDABLE SUPPLIES TO THE STUDENT, EXCEPT FOR PERSONAL USE. STUDENTS ARE CHARGED FOR PERSONAL EXPENDABLE SUPPLIES AT A REDUCED RATE.

 


GUIDANCE/ ADVISING


THE SCHOOL GIVES THE STUDENT PERSONALIZED, FRIENDLY VOCATIONAL GUIDANCE, HELP WITH ACHIEVEMENT GOALS, APTITUDE EVALUATIONS, ASSISTANCE IN FINANCIAL ARRANGEMENTS, ASSISTANCE IN SCHEDULING TRAINING HOURS AND ASSISTANCE IN APPROVED GOVERNMENT PROGRAMS.

GUIDANCE IS ALSO GIVEN WHEN STUDENTS DO NOT ATTEND SCHOOL ON A REGULAR BASIS, HAVE EXCESSIVE TARDINESS AND DO NOT MAINTAIN SATISFACTORY PROGRESS IN ATTENDANCE/ACADEMICS.

 


STUDENT RIGHT


THIS SCHOOL GUARANTEES THE STUDENT THE RIGHT TO GAIN ACCESS TO THEIR CUMULATIVE RECORDS, BY APPOINTMENT AND UNDER THE SUPERVISION OF AN INSTRUCTOR OR ADMINISTRATOR. INFORMATION FROM THE STUDENTS RECORD WILL NOT BE RELEASE TO ANYONE OTHER THAN THE STUDENT OR THE PARENTS OR GUARDIANSOF DEPENDENT MINORS UNDER THE AGE OF EIGHTEEN (18), UNLESS THE STUDENT GIVES PERMISSION IN WRITING.(EACH TIME) BEFORE RELEASING ANY INFORMATION TO A THIRD PARTY REQUEST OTHER THAN A REQUEST BY OUR ACCREDITING AGENCY, UNLESS OTHERWISE REQUIRED BY LAW.

STUDENTS WILL BE GIVEN ONE FREE GRADE TRANSCRIPT REQUESTED WITHING 2 YEARS OF GRADUATION, BEYOND THAT TIME A $15.00 FEE WILL BE REQUIRED. THE SCHOOL DOES NOT PUBLISH A STUDENT DIRECTORY.

 


PROFESSIONAL DRESS CODE POLICY


IT IS A REQUIREMENT OF THE OKLAHOMA STATE BOARD OF COSMETOLOGY THAT ALL STUDENTS MEET THE DRESS CODE POLICY WHILE ATTENDING SCHOOL. WE HAVE SELECTED ATTIRE THAT IS COMFORTABLE AND AFFORDABLE. DETAILS ARE PROVIDED AT ORIENTATION.

 


VETERANS


THIS SCHOOLS ATTENDANCE AND REFUND POLICIES ARE IN COMPLIANCE WITH THE REQUIREMENTS OF THE NATIONAL ACCREDITING COMMISSION OF CAREER ARTS AND SCIENCES AND THE DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION, THE STANDARD SHALL BE THE SAME FOR VETERANS.

STUDENTTS ENROLLED USING VETERANS ADMINISTRATION (VA) BENEFITS MUST ATTEND A MINIMUM OF 85% OF THE SCHEDULED COURSE HOURS.  tHE VA STUDENTS ATTENDANCE WILL BE REVIEWED AT THE BEGINNING OF EVRY CALENDAR MONTH. STUDENTS FAILING TO ATTEND THE REQUIRED 85% WILL BE PUT ON PROBATION FOR THE NEXT CALENDAR MONTH.  VA WILL BE TERMNATED IF THE VA STUDENT DOES NOT MEET THE 85% MINIMUM AT THE END OF THE PROBATIONARY PERIOD.  BENEFITS CAN BE REINSTATED AT THE END OF ANY MONTH IN WHICH THE VA STUDENT'S ATTENDANCE IS 85% OR HIGHER.

 


FINANCIAL AID


OUR FINANCIAL AID PROGRAM IS DESIGNED TO MAKE IT POSSIBLE FOR YOU TO ATTEND SCHOOL. WE ARE ACCREDITED BY THE NATIONAL ACCREDITING COMMISSION OF CAREER ARTS AND SCIENCES, ALLOWING US TO PARTICIPATE IN THE DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION’S TITLE IV FUNDING PROGRAM’S WHICH PROVIDES FUNDS TO ASSIST YOU WITH YOUR EDUCATIONAL EXPENSES. REMEMBER YOU DO NOT HAVE TO BE DISADVANTAGED TO GET FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE. SOME OF THE PROGRAMS AVAILABLE IF YOU QUALIFY ARE:


PELL GRANTS – Awards made by the Federal government based on individual student needs.

STAFFORD LOANS – (Guaranteed Student Loans) Loans based on individual needs which you repay after completing your training.

WORKFORCE – State operated programs

BUREAU OF INDIAN AFFAIRS – Provides some financial assistance to students who are at least ¼ Indian.

VETERANS ADMINISTRATION – Provides assistance through a variety of programs for eligible veterans and their dependents. Contact the nearest veteran’s office. We will be happy to provide application forms and assistance with these programs.

 

NEW STUDENTS ORIENTATION CLASS

THE INFORMATIVE AND REQUIRED TRAINING CLASS IS SCHEDULES FOR THE FRIDAY PRIOR TO THE ESTABLISHED START DATE OF EACH COURSE FROM  1:30 TO 4:00PM.  A MEMBER OF THE ADMISSION STAFF WILL NOTIFY YOU WHEN YOU ARE SCHEDULED FOR THE NEW STUDENT ORIENTATION CLASS.  IF YOU  ARE UNABLE TO ATTEND THE NEW STUDENT ORIENTATION TRAINING, PLEASE CONTACT THE ADMISSIONS STAFF MEMBER TO MAKE OTHER ARRANGEMENTS PRIOR TO THE START OF THE COURSE.

 

 


SCHOOL CALENDAR


CLASS START DATES:


CLASSES BEGIN THE SECOND MONDAY OF EACH MONTH.


THE SCHOOL WILL BE CLOSED THE FOLLOWING HOLIDAYS:


NEW YEARS DAY JANUARY 1

INDEPENDENCE DAY JULY 4th

THANKSGIVING THURSDAY AND FRIDAY

CHRISTMAS HOLIDAY DECEMBER 21THRU JANUARY 3RD

MEMORIAL DAY MAY

LABOR DAY SEPTEMBER

FALL BREAK, OCTOBER 19-23

SPRING BREAK, MARCH 16-20

STUDENTS WILL BE NOTIFIED BY THE TELEVISION MEDIA OF SCHOOL CLOSING DUE TO WEATHER.

 


OKLAHOMA STATE BOARD OF COSMETOLOGY CURRICULUM FOR PRIVATE BEAUTY SCHOOLS

 


SUBJECT: COSMETOLOGY 1500 CLOCK HOURS

THEORY 150

MANICURING, PEDICURING (INCLUDING SCULPTURED, NAIL TIPS & OTHER ARTIFICIAL NAIL APPLICATIONS , MASSAGE TECHNIQUES 90

FACIALS (MASSAGE AND MAKEUP) 30

SCALP TREATMENT (MASSAGE) 30

SHAMPOOING, CONDITIONING AND RINSES 60

HAIRSTYLING, INCLUDED FINGERWAVING, DRESSING OF WIGS THERMAL AND BLOW DRYING 390

HAIR COLOR TINTS, BLEACHES AND OTHER COLOR TREATMENTS 120

HAIR CUTTING, HAIR SHAPING WITH SHEARS (SCISSORS) THINNING SHEARS, RAZOR, CLIPPERS, INCLUDING BEARD TRIMMING 180

LASH AND BROW DYING AND ARCHING 30

PERSONALITY AND SHOP MANAGEMENT, UNASSIGNED HOURS FOR REVIEW, EXAMINATION, ETC 180

HAIR RESTRUCTURING, PERMANENT WAVING, CHEMICAL HAIR RELAXING 240

TOTAL HOURS 1500

FULL TIME 35 HOURS PER WEEK 50 WEEKS 9:00AM TO 4:30PM Monday thru Friday


OBJECTIVE: TO PREPARE THE STUDENT IN THE BASIC SKILLS FOR LICENSURE AND PRACTICE OF COSMETOLOGY AS PRESCRIBED BY OKLAHOMA STATE LAW. THE ABOVE IS TO BE COMPLETED IN APPROXIMATELY FORTY FOUR WEEKS.

SUBJECT: MANICURIST COURSE 600 CLOCK HOURS

BACTERIOLOGY, STERILIZATION AND SANITATION 40

NAIL STRUCTURE, COMPOSITION, DISORDERS AND DISEASES 60

MANICURING AND PEDICURING (INCLUDES RELATED WAXING OR OTHER NON-PERMANENT HAIR REMOVAL) MASSAGE 160

ARTIFICIAL NAILS 160

NAIL ART 60

SALON DEVELOPMENT (INCLUDES BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION) 80

AND LAW, INSURANCE, PROFESSIONAL ETHICS, RECORD KEEPING: BUSINESS TELEPHONE TECHNIQUE, SALESMANSHIP, DISPLAYS AND ADVERTISING, HYGIENE AND PUBLIC HEALTH 40

TOTAL HOURS 600

FULL TIME 35 HOURS PER WEEK FOR 20 WEEKS 9:00AM TO 4:30PM Monday thru Friday


OBJECTIVE: TO PREPARE THE STUDENT IN THE BASIC SKILLS FOR LICENSURE AND PRACTICE AS A MANICURIST AS PRESCRIBED BY OKLAHOMA STATE LAW. THE ABOVE IS TO BE COMPLETED IN APPROXIMATELY EIGHTEEN WEEKS.

SUBJECT: INSTRUCTOR 1000 CLOCK HOURS

ORIENTATION AND REVIEW OF THE COSMETOLOGY CURRICULUM 60

INTRODUCTION TO TEACHING 120

COURSE OUTLINING AND DEVELOPMENT:

LESSONS PLANNING, TEACHING TECHNIQUES, TEACHING AIDS, DEVELOPING

ADMINISTERING AND GRADING EXAMINATIONS 330

LAW, BEAUTY SCHOOL MANAGEMENT AN RECORD KEEPING 90

TEACHING ASSISTANT IN THE CLASSROOM AND CLINIC 150

PRACTICE TEACHING IN CLASSROOM AND CLINIC 250

TOTAL HOURS 1000

FULL TIME 35 HOURS PER WEEK FOR 29 WEEKS 9:00AM TO 4:30PM


OBJECTIVE: TO PREPARE LICENSED COSMETOLOGIST FOR LICENSURE AND EMPLOYMENT AS INSTRUCTORS OF COSMETOLOGY AS PRESCRIBED BY OKLAHOMA STATE LAW. STUDENT MUST HAVE COMPLETED BASIC COSMETOLOGY AND HAVE A HIGH SCHOOL DIPLOMA OR GENERAL EDUCATION DIPLOMA (GED). THE ABOVE IS TO BE COMPLETED IN APPROXIMATELY TWENTY NINE WEEKS.

SUBJECT ESTHETICIAN COURSE 600 CLOCK HOURS

BACTERIOLOGY, STERILIZATION, SANITATION AND SAFETY 80

SCIENCES: HISTOLOGY, DERMATOLOGY AND PHYSIOLOGY OF THE SKIN (INCLUDES STRUCTURE AND FUNCTION OF THE SKIN AND GLANDS, COLOR AND MORPHOLOGY) 180

FACIALS,( INCLUDES DRAPING AND MASSAGE 200

CLEANING AND TONING, CHEMISTRY AND LIGHT THERAPY AND MAKEUP NON-PERMANENT HAIR REMOVAL:(INCLUDES METHODS, PROCEDURES AND ARCHING, WAXING 40

SALON DEVELOPMENT: (INCLUDES BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION AND LAW 60

INSURANCE, PROFESSIONAL ETHICS, RECORD KEEPING, BUSINESS TELEPHONE TECHNIQUES, SALESMANSHIP, DISPLAYS AND ADVERTISING, HYGIENE AND PUBLIC HEALTH) COSMETOLOGY LAW, RULES AND REGULATIONS 40

TOTAL HOURS 600

FULL TIME 35 HOURS PER WEEK FOR 20 WEEKS 9:00AM TO 4:30PM Monday thru Friday


OBJECTIVE: TO PREPARE THE STUDENT IN THE BASIC SKILLS FOR LICENSURE AND PRACTICE AS A FACIAL SPECIALIST AS PRESCRIBED BY OKLAHOMA STATE LAW. TO BE COMPLETED IN APPROXIMATELY EIGHTEEN WEEKS.

 

 

OPPORTUNITIES FOR COSMETOLOGISTS, MANICURIST, ESTHETICIAN & INSTRUCTORS


HAIR STYLIST WIG STYLIST

MAKEUP ARTIST SALON SUPERVISOR

MANICURIST \ NAIL TECHNICIAN SCULPTURE NAIL ARTIST

VOCATIONAL TEACHER PRODUCT REPRESENTATIVE

SCHOOL OWNER COLOR TECHNICIAN

HAIR REPLACEMENT TECHNICIAN PERMANENT WAVE TECHNICIAN


COSMETOLOGY IS A CAREER THAT WILL BRING HAPPINESS AND INDEPENDENCE.


INSTITUTIONAL REFUND POLICY


For applicants who cancel enrollment or students who withdraw from enrollment a fair and equitable settlement will apply. Applicants not accepted by the school shall be refunded all monies paid to the school. The following policy will apply to all terminations for any reason, by either party, including student decision, course or program cancellation, or school closure.

Any monies due the applicant or student shall be refunded within 45 days of the official cancellation or withdrawal. Official cancellation or withdrawal shall occur on the earlier of the dates that:


1. Applicant not accepted by the school. The applicant shall be entitled to a refund of all monies paid.

2. A student, (or in case of a student under the legal age, his/her parent or guardian ) cancels the enrollment in writing within three business days of signing the enrollment agreement, all monies collected by the school will be refunded even if the student has begun classes.

3. If a student cancels the enrollment after (3) business days past the signing of his agreement but prior to starting classes, a refund of all monies paid to the school less the registration fee of $100.00 will be made.

4.  The studentnotifies the institution of his/her withdrawal in writing. 

5. A student on an approved leave of absence notifies the school that he or she will not be returning. The date of withdrawal will be the last date of attendance of the student.

6. A student is expelled by the school. (Unofficial withdrawals will be determined by the institution by monitoring attendance every thirty days).7.In type(2,3,4 and  5) Official cancellations or withdrawals, the cancellation will be determined by the postmark on written notification or the date said notification is delivered to the school administrator or owner in person, or the last date of attendance.Students who enroll and begin classes but withdraw prior to course completion (after three business days of signing the contract) the following schedule of tuition earned by the school applies. All refunds are based on scheduled hours.Students who enroll, but are later found ineligible, as prescribed by the school catalog and within the requirements of the Oklahoma State Board of Cosmetology and subsequently rejected by the school shall receive a full refund of all monies paid.


PERCENTAGE OF SCHEDULED TIME TOTAL TUITION SCHOOL SHALL

ENROLLEDTO TO TOTAL COURSE RECEIVE OR RETAIN

0.01% TO 04.9% 20 % RECEIVED OR RETAINED

5% TO 9.9% 30 % RECEIVED OR RETAINED

10% TO 14.9% 40 % RECEIVED OR RETAINED

15% TO 24% 45 % RECEIVED OR RETAINED

25% TO 49.9% 70 % RECEIVED OR RETAINED

50% AND OVER 100 % RECEIVED OR RTAINED

All refunds will be calculated based on the students last day of attendance. Any monies due the student who withdraws shall be refunded within 45 days of the determination that a student ha withdrawn, whether officially or unofficially. In case of disabling illness or injury, death of the student’s immediate family or other documented mitigating circumstances, a reasonable and fair refund settlement will be made. If permanently closed or no longer offering instruction after the student has enrolled, the school will provide a pro rata refund of tuition to the student or provide course comion through a pre-arranged teach out agreement with another institution. If the course is cancelled after the student has enrolled and instruction has begun, the school shall provide a pro rata refund for all students transferring to another school based on the hours accepted by the receiving school or provide completion of the course or participate in a Teach Out Agreement or provide a full refund of all monies paid.


8. The cost of extra items to the student, such as instructional supplies or equipment, service charge, instructional fees, deposits rental or other charges, shall not be considered in adjustment computations provided charges are itemized separately upon enrollment. These items become the property of the student when issued and are non-refundable except as stated above. If the student terminates or cancels, the school will not be responsible for items left at the school for more than 30 days.Students who withdraw prior to completion of the course must re-enter under the current tuition price. A re-entry fee of$ 50.00 will be charged and will be added to the tuition balance. If the student does not return from a leave of absence, the last date of attendance will be used as a termination date.Students who do not complete the course within the allotted time shall be charged $10.00 per hour beyond the expiration of the contract. First time financial aid students who do not complete the course will be entitled to a pro-rata refund of tuition.

9. Enrollment time is defined as the scheduled time elapsed between the actual starting date and the date of the students last date of physical attendance in school as recorded in the school attendance records. In the case of disabling illness or injury, death in the student’s immediate family or other documented mitigating circumstances, a reasonable and fair settlement will be made. If the institution is permanently closed and no longer offering instruction after a student has enrolled. The student shall be entitled to a pro-rata refund of tuition. A list of all students who were enrolled at the time of the closure including the amount of each pro rata refund will be submitted to the institutions accrediting agency. If a course is canceled subsequent to a student’s enrollment, the school shall provide a full refund of all monies paid, or provide completion of the course at a later time.

10. Students who withdraw or terminate prior to course completion are charged a cancellation or administrative fee of $100.00. The refund applies to tuition and fees charged in the enrollment agreement. Other miscellaneous charges the student may have incurred at the institution (EG: extra kit materials, books, products, unreturned school property, etc.) will be calculated separately at the time of withdrawal. All fees are identified in the catalog and in this enrollment agreement.

11. If a TITLE IV financial aid recipient withdraws prior to course completion, a calculation for Return of TITLE IV funds will be completed and applicable returns by the school shall be paid, as applicable, first to unsubsidized Federal Stafford Student Loan Program; second to Subsidized Federal Stafford Loan Program; third to Federal Pell Grant Programs; fourth to other Federal, State, private, or institutional student financial assistance programs; and last to the student. After all applicable returns to TITLE IV aid have been made, this refund policy will apply to determine the amount earned by the school and owed by the student. If the student has received personal payments of TITLE IV aid, he/she may be required to refund the aid to the applicable program.

 

LICENSED AND ACCREDITED BY:


YUKON BEAUTY COLLEGE IS LICENSED BY THE OKLAHOMA STATE BOARD OF COSMETOLOGY 2401 NW 23RD SUIte 84 ok LAHOMA CITY, OKLAHOMA 73107 405-521-2441


YUKON BEAUTY COLLEGE IS ACCREDITED BY THE NATIONAL ACCREDITING COMMISSION OF CAREER ARTS AND SCIENCES  3015 COLVIN STREET ALEXANDRIA VA 22314. 703-600-7600

 

ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICERS AND FACULTY

FINANCIAL AID ADMINISTRATOR

TTITLE IX COORDINATOR

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FOR MORE INFORMATION ABOUT OUR GRADUATION RATES, THE MEDIAN DEBT OF STUDENTS WHO COMPLETED THIER PROGRAMS. AND OTHER IIMPORTANT INFORMATION, PLEASE VIIT OUR WENSITE AT:

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RULES AND REGULATIONS


STANDARD APPROVED TEXT BOOKS AND EQUIPMENT MAYBE PURCHASED THROUGH THE SCHOOL OFFICE. NO BORROWNG OF SUCH MATERIALS WILL BE TOLERATED.


1. STUDENTS WILL BE HELD RESPONSIBLE FOR THEIR OWN EQUIPMENT ANDPERSONAL PROPERTY.

2. STUDENTS MUST ATTEND CLASSES REGULARLY AND PURSUE THE INSTRUCTION

AND PRACTICAL WORK DILIGENTLY.

3. A LATE STUDENT MUST FIRST REPORT TO THE OFFICE BEFORE ATTENDING CLASS.

4. ABSENCE FROM CLASS WITHOUT PERMISSION WILL NOT BE PERMITTED.

5. ABSENCE DUE TO SICKNESS MUST BE PROVEN BY A DOCTORS CERTIFICATE..

6. SILENCE IS TO BE OBSERVED IN THE CLASSROOM, UNNECESSARY NOISE OR

CONVERSATION WILL NOT BE PERMITTED.

7. STUDENTS MUST OBSERVE ALL RULES OF PERSONAL HYGIENE, SANITATION

STERILIZATION AND CONDUCT WHILE IN SCHOOL

8. CELL PHONES MAY BE USED IN THE BREAK ROOM ONLY, NOT ON THE CLINIC FLOOR.

CALLS MUST BE MADE BEFORE CLASS, LUNCH BREAKS OR AFTER CLASS

9. STUDENTS ARE NOT PERMITTED TO GOSSIP OR CAUSE DISCORD AND MUST ADHERE

TO THE STANDARD OF CONDUCT POLICY.

10. IN ADDITION TO THE ABOVE, STUDENTS ARE REQUIRED TO ADHERE TO THE RULES

AND REGULATIONS PROMULGATED BY THE OKLAHOMA STATE BOARD OF

COSMETOLOGY.

11. RE-ENTRY AFTER DISMISSAL REQUIRES SPECIAL PERMISSION OF THE BOARD.

12. AT THE DISCRETION OF THE DIRECTORS THESE RULES MAY BE CHANGED AND

SUBSEQUENTLY POSTED ON THE BULLETIN BOARD

13. STUDENTS WHO CONSISTANTLY DO NOT ADHERE TO THE RULES AND REGULATIONS

MAY BE TERMINATED.


REVISED

07/01/2018


SUPPLEMENT (A)


TOTAL TUITION AND CLOCK HOURS FOR EACH COURSE OFFERED


COSMETOLOGY - 1500 HOURS FORTY FOUR WEEKS

TOTAL TUITION AND FEES              $15,350.00

TUITION $13875.00

KIT AND BOOKS $1,225.00

APPLICATION FEE $100.00

LAB FEES $150.00 

DOWN PAYMENT OF $1500.00 BALANCE PAYABLE IN MONTHLY PAYMENTS.


MANICURING - 600 HOURS - EIGHTEEN WEEKS

TOTAL TUITION AND FEES $6600.00

 

TUITION $5550.00

BOOKS & KIT $800.00

APPLICATION FEE $100.00

LAB FEES $150.00

DOWN PAYMENT OF $1000.00. BALANCE PAID IN MONTHLY PAYMENTS.


INSTRUCTOR - 1000 HOURS – TWENTY NINE WEEKS

TOTAL TUITION AND FEES  $9925.00

 TUITION $9250.00

BOOKS & SUPPLIES $575.00

APPLICATION FEE $100.00

DOWN PAYMENT OF $1000.00. BALANCE PAID IN MONTHLY PAYMENTS.


ESTHETICIAN - COURSE - 600 HOURS – EIGHTEEN WEEKS

TOTAL TUITION AND FEES $6600.00

TUITION $5550.00

BOOKS & KIT $800.00

APPLICATION FEE $100.00

LAB FEES $150.00

DOWN PAYMENT OF $1000.00 BALANCE PAID IN MONTHLY PAYMENTS.


FORMS OF PAYMENT: CASH, MONEY ORDER, CHECK, TITLE IV, LOANS.


STUDENT PAYMENT VIA THE FOLLOWING  METHODS, CASH, CHECK OR MONEY ORDER THROUGH THE SCHOOL OFFICE.

EXTRA INSTRUCTIONALCHARGES   THE COURSE HAS BEEN SCHEDULED FOR COMPLETION WITHIN THE ALLOTED TIME FRAME.  A GRACE PERIOD OF APPROXIMATELY 10 PERCENT HAS BEEN ADDED TO CALCULATED COMPLETION DATE FOR THE PROGRAM.  ONCE ALL ALLOWABLE ABSENCES HAVE BEEN EXHAUSTED ANY ADDITIONAL TRAINING WILL BE BILLED AT THE HOURLY TUITION RATE OF $10.00 DOLLARS PER HOUR FOR THE COURSE.STUDENTS WHO DO NOT COMPLETE THE COURSE WILL BE CHARGES $100.00 WITHDRAWAL FEE.

INSTITUTION DOES NOT GUARANTEE EMPLOYMENT

ALTHOUGH THE SCHOOL ACTIVELY PARTICIPATES IN PLACEMENT, EMPLOYMENT IN NO WAY IS GUARANTEED.  STUDENTS MUST ACTIVELY SEEK EMPLOYMENT USING INFORMATION PROVIED IN THEIR TRAINING AND ALL INFORMATION PROVIDED BY THE SCHOOL FOLLOWING GRADUATION.

NOTE: THE ABOVE BASIC TUITION IS QUOTED PER CLOCK HOUR TO BE COMPLETED CONSECUTIVELY. ANY HOURS OF UNEXCUSED ABSENCE MAY BE MADE UP AT THE STUDENTS EXPENSE AT THE RATE OF $10.00 PER HOUR.

* The Oklahoma State Board of Cosmetology will grant 500 hours credit to a student who has worked the past two (2) years as a cosmetologist. The affidavit forms for proof of experience can be found at http://www.ok.gov/cosmo/Forms and are to be completed by the cosmetologist and the salon owner or if the student is a salon owner, by their banker or accountant.

 

SUPPLEMENT (B)


INSTRUCTORS NAMES:

DERYL BEAVER

CHERI FENDER

MARY WHITBY 

LINDA COTTRELL

MARLA MILLER

 

 SUPPLEMENT C

 

VETERANS ADDENDUM

ATTENDANCE

Attendance will be reviewed at the beginning of every month.  VA students failing to attend the required 85% will be put of VA probation for the next calendar month.  VA benefits will be terminated if the student does not meet the 85% minimum attendance requirement at the end of the probationary period.  Benefits can be reinstated at the end of any month in which the VA student's attendance is 85% or higher. 

ACADEMIC

Students are expected to progress consistant with their ability and to maintain an average of 70%.  Any student not maintaining an average of 70 % will be put on probation for 30 days, during which time every effort will be made to help the student meet the minimum grade requirements.  If satisfactory progress cannot be achieved after this period the student will be advised to terminate and may not re-enter.  A student may be put on probation for other than failing grades.  Continued abuse of school rules and regulations, conduct or attendance may result in the student being suspended for 30 days.  Re-enrollment will be at the discretion of the school administration. 

LEAVE OF ABSENCE

VA bebefits will be terminated while the student is on a LOA. 

PROGRESS CHECKS AND VA REPORTING POLICY’S

For VA students, academic progress will be reviewed at the beginning of every calendar month. VA students who do not maintain satisfactory academic progress will be placed on academic probation for 30 days and the VA will be notified of this action.   While on academic probation every effort will be made to help the student meet the minimum grade requirements. VA educational benefits will be terminated

If the student does not meet minimum academic progress standards at the end of the probationary period.

PRIOR CREDIT EVALUATIONS(MILITARY & CIVILIAN

Due to the nature of the training at this school, it is unlikely that any previous educational training will be granted, However, the school will evaluate and grant all previous education and training of all VA beneficiaries and will clearly indicate if appropriate credit has been granted after the evaluation. Both previous education and training transcripts from previous attended schools and veteran military transcripts (JST’S, CCAF transcripts, VMET’S, etc.) must be provided for evaluation within 30 days of the program enrollment. The school will maintain a written record of all previous education and training that clearly indicates that appropriate credit has been evaluated and granted. VA students certifications will be terminated if these documents are not provided within 30 days of enrollment.

REFUND POLICY

For VA students, the school has and maintains a refund policy under provisions of Title 38, that provides a refund of the unused portion of tuition, in the event the Title 38 student fails to enter the course, withdraws or is discontinued at any time prior to completion. Such policy provides that the amount charged to the Title 38 student for tuition for a portion of the course shall not exceed the approximate pro-rata portion of the total charges for tuition that the length of the completed portion of the course bears to its total length. An amount not in excess of $10.00 for an established registration fee is not subject to refun