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Overview of Program
This program trains students 
to perform skin analysis, facials, waxing, and body treatments including relaxation massage, and use of electrical machines. We cover make-up application and salon management, including retail sales, inventory control, and employee maintenance. We also focus on Ohio State Board of Cosmetology rules and regulations, public health and safety, and sanitation. Students are prepared to take the state board exam for their Esthetician License upon completion of the program. All of our students receive OSHA certification and CPR training. Career opportunities include working in a salon, spas, dermatologist, cosmetic surgeons’ offices, skincare clinics, resorts, and cruise ships. 

Program Information
Tuition - $7,050.00*
Hours - 600 hours

Program Start Date - November 6, 2023 - September 30, 2024 (estimated)
Days/Times of Program - M,T,W / 4:00 pm - 9:00 pm
*Books and license fees are not included in tuition.

This is a Career Development (CD) program that is approved by the Commission of the Council on Occupational Education. (COE)

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Graduation, Completion, and Placement Rates*
Graduate Rate = 93% 
Total Completion Rate = 93%
Graduate Placement Rate = 92%
Industry Credential Passage Rate = 100%
*Based on the Council on Occupational Education Annual Report 2022 for Reporting Period 01/01/2021-12/31/2021. The placement rate is based on those completers who are employed in a field related to their job training program.  Actual number of students who are employed after graduation may be higher.
CPR Trained
COS State Board 
SOC Code: 39-5094 
Occupations Associated with Training: https://www.onetonline.org/link/summary/39-5094.00

Program Resources

  • Offer students education and training for the purpose of job entry and job advancement.
  • Include placement assistance and employability skills training.
  • Provide opportunities for trade certifications and credentials in a variety of skilled areas.
  • Allow students to apply for Federal Financial Aid, such as Federal Pell Grants and Direct Stafford Loans (Subsidized and Unsubsidized). Information on total estimated expenses for one year including tuition & fees, books, course materials, supplies & equipment, transportation expenses, living expenses and miscellaneous/personal expenses can be found here: Cost of Attendance.

1st Step of Enrollment Process

The first step of the enrollment process for our Career Development Programs is to attend an information session.  These sessions may be virtual or in-person.  Click below to see the important documents that will be reviewed during the session. 

Funding Options

School Code for FAFSA: 026038



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