Bonnie Joseph Academy of Cosmetology and Barbering by kjarFd



 164 South Main St.
Heber City, UT 84032

 School Catalog
 Revised May 30, 2012

All courses are taught in English

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        Mission Statement:
    Bonnie Joseph Academy’s highest priority
is training and educating students to become
skilled licensed professionals in cosmetology,
barbering, nails, and esthetics. We will also
teach the management and business skills
needed in the competitive economic market to
be successful.
    We are committed to provide a professional,
uplifting environment with enthusiastic and
qualified instructors, along with exceptional
guest artists, and speakers. We teach from the
latest training materials and technology.
Our students will have the confidence and
skills to find employment in the fields for
which he or she trained.

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                                                    About Us

          Bonnie Joseph Academy of Cosmetology and Barbering, is a private school locally owned and operated.
Nephi and Tammy Trunnell are the corporate stockholders.
          Nephi graduated from Wasatch High School and went on to college at UVSC and Utah State University and
owns a construction company, Nephi Trunnell Homes. He served a mission for the LDS church in Japan and is
fluent in Japanese and Spanish.
          Tammy graduated from Pleasant Grove High School then attended Von Curtis Academy where she was on
the design team, and graduated with honors taking second place in a hair cutting competition. While at Von Curtis
Academy, Tammy set a goal to one day open her own hair academy. She loves to serve and work with people and
decided she would enjoy teaching others to have the same opportunities as she has been given. After graduating
from Von Curtis, Tammy received her Nursing degree at UVSC as an LPN. She has worked in many different kinds
of salons to educate herself in what was available. These salons ranged from Hair Cuts Plus in the University Mall to
Scissors in Provo and Park City. Her favorite was renting a booth at Prime Design in Pleasant Grove. Tammy loved
doing hair and went on to get her instructor’s license.
          Together Nephi and Tammy have nine children. The Trunnells value their family as one of their greatest
assets. They are committed to putting family’s first and creating a family friendly environment at the school. They
welcome families from the community to come and enjoy the services offered at Bonnie Joseph Academy.

                                                  About Staff
        Here at Bonnie Joseph Academy our students are given one-on-one training and the opportunity for a lot of
hands on experience.

Staff & Faculty
Tamera Trunnell                     Director (Cosmetology/ Barber) Instructor
Tiesha Trunnell                     Instructor (Masters Esthetics and Cosmetology, Nails)
Rebecca Anderton                    Instructor (Cosmetology/Barber) Mtr Esth Teachers Aid
Nichole Buchanan                    Instructor (Cosmetology/Barber)
Pam Jenkins                         Bookkeeping / Receptionist / Teachers aid
Tammy Curtis                        Administration/ Receptionist
Janet Stapely                       (Cosmetology/ Barber)

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Admission Requirements
Bonnie Joseph Academy of Cosmetology and Barbering requires the prospective students provide:

       1.         High school diploma/GED*; or
       2.         State issued credential for secondary school completion if home schooled; or
       3.         Pass an ATB test or industry approved test; or
       4.         Satisfactorily complete 225 clock hours in a program of 600 hrs or more; or
       5.         Has a training agreement with outside entity. Meeting their admissions requirements.
       6.         Provide a form of government issued ID (i.e., driver’s license, birth certificate, passport, etc.)
        * Students currently attending High School may provide a transcript indicating student has excelled
 Transfer Students
          In order to transfer into the academy, prospective students must meet admission requirements;
pass a written and practical test; and provide proof of hours received from previous institution. At that time,
Bonnie Joseph Academy will determine how many hours, if any, will be accepted.
          For students who graduate from any program at Bonnie Joseph Academy and enroll in any other
program within 1 year of graduation, all policies and procedures from previous enrollment are valid for the
new program. (Students will receive any policies that have been revised since their last enrollment, if
applicable) Credit hours will be offered to student for up to 3 years for a new program. After 3 years, they
will have to test for level of credit.
          If a student wants to transfer out of the Academy, tuition must be paid in full to receive any kind of
transcript information. If the student was awarded a scholarship, this will be forfeited.

Non-Discrimination Policy
Bonnie Joseph Academy of Cosmetology and Barbering does not discriminate on the basis of sex, race,
age, color, ethnic origin, or religion, nor do we allow our students to do so.

Courses of Study
□        Cosmetology/Barbering (2000 hours)                  □      Basic Esthetics (600 hours)
□        Barbering (1000 hours)                              □      Master Esthetics (1200 hours)
□        Nails (300 hours)
Depending on the course of study completed, once licensed the choices for employment in the beauty
industry include – but are not limited to:
Salons:                                                                       Plastic Surgeons Office
Owner                                    Communications:                      Freelance
Make-up Artist                           Beauty Editor                        Manufacturing & Distribution:
Manager                                  Freelance Writer                     Field Manager
Manicurist                               Advertising Promotion Writer         Sales Consultant
Esthetician                                                                   District Manager
                                         Types of Salons:                     Educator
Education:                               Spas                                 Manufacturer’s
Instructor                               Resorts                              Representative
State Board Inspector                    Medispa
Beauty School                            Pedispa                              Retail Sales:
Director/Owner                           Cruise Ships                         Sales Consultant
Educational Director for                 Dermatologists Office                Cosmetic Buyer
Manufacturer                             Health Club                          Manager
                                         Chiropractic Office                  Director of Sales

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         Assistant Buyer

Start Dates
Courses start continuously throughout the year. Classes start every 4 weeks for nails and every 8 weeks for all other
programs. See Academy director for current years start dates.

The school observes the same holidays as the Wasatch School District
New Year                      Pioneer Day
Martin Luther King Day        Fall Break
President’s Day               The week of the Christmas Holiday through New Year’s
Spring Break                  Thanksgiving Holiday
July 4 th

School Facilities
The school is located in downtown Heber City, UT. There is plenty of parking on the street or behind the school for students and
patrons alike. There is a reception area at the entrance of the facility, a clinic floor that consists of 12 stations; 5 nail stations; 3
pedicure stations; 4 shampoo bowls, 3 dryers; and two facial beds. There are two restrooms, classroom space that doubles as a break
area, and administrative office.

Grading Policy
Grading scale: 100%-90%=A, 89%-80%=B, 79%-75%=C, 74% any lower is not passing and will need evaluation to continue.
Grading will be based on theory testing and practical testing. Clinic work completed goes towards services completed and not
generally weighted into the overall GPA.

Graduation Requirements
In order to graduate from the Bonnie Joseph Academy of Cosmetology and Barbering and receive a diploma, the student must
complete contracted hours (See course description for specific hours), complete all clinical requirements, complete theory tests and
practical assessments with a passing grade (75% or higher), and have arrangements made to pay tuition and fees in full. The student
will be given a graduation survey and an exit interview, and the school will help the student prepare and register for the State Board

Job Placement
Although the school cannot guarantee employment, we assist all students who seek help in finding job placement. Through
class instruction students will learn about professionalism, résumé development, interview preparation, and job search
skills. In addition, we take students on field trips to area salons so that they can network and we also bring in salon owners
and they can tell students what they look for in their employees.

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Refund Policy:
1.      An applicant not accepted for enrollment will be entitled to a refund of all monies, except for the non-refundable application fee of $50.00.
2.      If a student, or his/her parent or guardian (of a student under the age of 18) cancels his/her enrollment and demands his/her money back
        in writing within three business days of signing the enrollment contract, all monies collected by the school will be refunded, except for the
        non-refundable application fee of $50.00. The cancellation date will be determined by the postmark on the written notification or the date
        said information is delivered to the School Director/Owner in person regardless of whether or not the student has actually started training.
3.      If a student cancels his/her enrollment after the three business days of signing the enrollment contract, but prior to entering classes, he/she
        shall be entitled to a refund of all monies paid to the school for tuition and books and kits, less the Registration fee.
4.      For students that enroll and begin classes, the following schedule of funds is authorized if student has paid tuition in full or the amount due
        from student balance is figured as:
                   Percentage of Course Completed                      Amount School Retains                     Amount School Refunds
                   .01% - 4.9%                                                     20%                                     80%
                   5.0% - 9.9%                                                     30%                                     70%
                   10.0% - 14.9%                                                   40%                                     60%
                   15.0% - 24.9%                                                   45%                                     55%
                   25.0% - 49.9%                                                   70%                                     30%
                   50.0% - and over                                                100%                                    0%
        Enrollment time is defined as the time elapsed between the actual starting date and the date of the student’s last day of physical
        attendance in the school. Any money due shall be refunded within 45 days of formal cancellation by the student or formal termination of the
        school, which shall occur no more than 30 days from the last day of physical attendance, or in case of a leave of absence, the earlier of the
        date that the student informs the school that he or she will not be returning, or the documented date of return
5.      The extra cost of items to the student, such as instructional supplies or equipment, services charged, books and kits are non-refundable.
6.      All refunds will be made with in 45 days. All money owed from the student is due within 45 days unless other arrangements/payments
        plans have been made.
7.      In case of illness or disabling accident, death in the immediate family, or other circumstances beyond the control of the student, the school
        will make a settlement, which is reasonable and fair to both.
8.      The school’s collection procedures shall reflect good taste, sound and ethical business practices. The NACCAS name will not be used in
        collection efforts.
9.      Students who terminate will be charged a $150.00 termination fee.
10.      If the school closes permanently and ceases to offer instruction after students have enrolled, or if a course is canceled after students have
        enrolled and instruction has begun the student shall be entitled to a Pro rated refund of tuition.
11.     If a course is canceled subsequent to a student’s enrollment, the school shall at its option
        A.         Provide a full refund of all money paid.
        B.         Provide for completion of the course.
12.     Students who withdraw or are terminated will lose scholarship monies and discounts, refunds will be calculated on the full tuition rate.

Policy for discounts and Scholarships
    1.      Must fill out application. Signed by both student and director.
    2.       Maintain an 85% attendance rate, without any no-shows, for each evaluation period.
    3.      Tuition: All tuition payments must be current. If a student falls more than one month behind, they will also lose
            their scholarship, for the evaluation period they are behind.
    4.      Maintain a cumulative academic average of 85%. Theory is graded on written assignments, quizzes, and tests.
            Practical is graded on specific criteria converted to a grade.
    5.      Compliance to Code of Conduct, Dress Code, and Academy Rules as outlined in the school catalog.
    6.      Scholarships will fund every evaluation period.
    7.       Funds available for the working scholarship come from 40% of the student’s revenue in the clinic.
    8.      If a student is to drop out of their program or transfer to another school, the scholarship monies and or
            discounts are forfeited and the student is responsible to pay back according to the current tuition schedule.
    9.      Refunds will be calculated on the full tuition rate.

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Privacy Policies
To protect the privacy of students and families, federal law sets certain conditions on the disclosure of personally identifiable
information from school records. Bonnie Joseph Academy abides by all relevant statutes and regulations. In addition,
students or a parent or guardian of minor students, may review or inspect their records with reasonable notice. In order to
view the records, an appointment must be made with an administrator. Generally, schools must have written permission
from the parent or eligible student in order to release any information from the student’s educational record. However, the
Family Education Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) allows the school to disclose those records, without consent, to the
following parties or under the following conditions (34 CFR Section 99.31):
       School Officials with legitimate educational interest
       Other schools to which the student is transferring
       Specified Officials for audit and evaluation purposes
       Appropriate parties in connection with financial aid to the student
       Organizations conducting certain studies for or on behalf of the school
       Accrediting organizations
       To comply with a judicial order or lawfully issued subpoena
       Appropriate officials in cases of health and safety emergencies
       State and local authorities, within a juvenile justice system, pursuant to applicable Utah law
Schools may also disclose, without consent, “directory information” such as student’s name, address and phone number of
student, date and place of birth, honors and awards and dates of attendance. However, the school must tell parents and
students of the information that is designated as directory information and provide a reasonable amount of time to allow the
parent of the student to request that the school not disclose that information about them. The school must notify parents
and eligible students annually of their rights under FERPA. The actual means of notification (special letter, student
handbook, or newspaper article) is left to the discretion of the school. The school may disclose information to a collection
agency in the event that it needs to collect on that student’s unpaid debt.

There are no housing facilities offered.

Students will be advised of academic and attendance progress at specified benchmarks throughout the course (see
SATISFACTORY PROGRESS POLICY). Should the student have a problem or concern that is more serious, phone
numbers from outside professional referral agencies are available.
Licensing and Accreditation*

The Utah Division of Occupational                          NACCAS (Bonnie Joseph Academy is seeking accreditation from NACCAS)*
& Professional Licensing                                   4401 Ford Ave., Suite 1300
160 East, 300 South, POB 45805                             Alexandria, VA 22302
Salt Lake City, UT 84145                                   703-600-7600

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Tardy Policy
If a student arrives more than 30 minutes late from scheduled theory or clinical start time, he or she may not be allowed to
clock in until theory/clinical appointment time concludes. Students are still required to attend the theory class/clinical
practice. Excessive amount of tardiness may result in disciplinary action and the student is at risk for not meeting the
contracted graduation date.

Excused vs. Unexcused Absences
An excused absence is considered death the immediate family, jury duty, medical procedure/emergency/sick child/personal
illness (with verification), transportation malfunction (with verification), or inclement weather (with phone call). Any other
reason is considered unexcused/no show and subject to fees as previously stated. If a student does not come back from
the allotted hour lunch time, this is considered a tardy, unless special, documented permission has been granted.

Make Up Work Policy
If a student has missed a test or other coursework, individual arrangements must be made with the instructor to make up all
class work. All students will have the opportunity to retake any test up to three times and pick their highest score.

In the event that the Student does not comply with the rules of the Academy, breeches this contract in any way and/or does
not keep up with their agreement of tuition payment, is absent for 30 consecutive days without being on a leave of absence,
the student will be terminated from enrollment and be subjected to the refund policy requirements (see page 6). There is a
termination fee of $150.00.

Academy Rules
       1.    School begins at 9:00am and ends at 5:30pm Tuesday – Friday and for an 8 hr block on Saturday from 9:00am – 5:00pm with an hour
             lunch break. Saturdays will be a 4 hour block for part-time. Students should arrive on time for their session.
       2.    Students are to adhere to the dress code and code of conduct.
       3.    Student kits are to be paid in full before the first day of school. Students may purchase their own tools separately, but must have all
             tools they need to perform all tasks.
       4.    Leave of Absence will be granted for a minimum of 2 weeks to a maximum of 180 days. A pre-approved contract addendum must be
             signed prior to leave, at which time the contract end date will be extended based on the length of the leave. Student kits will remain
             with the school during a leave of absence.
       5.    Each student shall be allowed one Contract Addendum per program without a charge; all other contract addendums shall incur a fee of
             100.00 each.
       6.    It is mandatory to call in if you will be absent for any reason. If a Student does not call in, it is considered a no show and will be charged
             a fee of 56.00 a day.
       7.    Additional tuition will be charged if you go over your expected graduation date at the rate of $10.00 per hour needed.
       8.    Stealing from the school or any other student is prohibited and punishable by law. If a student is caught stealing they will be suspended
             from our school.
       9.    Hours and transcripts will not be released to take the state board exam for licensing until all tuition is paid in full and all graduation
             requirements are made.
       10.   Students will not be working on clients without an instructor available to assist and teach.
       11.   Grading Scale: 100%-90% = A, 89%-80% = B, 79%-75% = C, 74% and lower is not passing. All students will have the opportunity to
             retake any test up to three times and pick their highest score. Clinic grades are pass/fail. Grades will be available for the student to
             access regularly.
       12.   Students are responsible for using their time wisely, and getting their assignments signed off and graded. “Return and Report”: If it is
             not recorded, it never happened!
       13.   Bonnie Joseph Academy reserves the right to amend all rules, or add to, at any time to keep in compliance with the current
             accreditation standards and will notify students of the needed changes. Students will be held to the new standards after they are
       14.   If the School changes owners or management all contracts will still be in full force and effective.
       15.   All formal written communications/documents will be kept in the student’s file in a locked cabinet. Students may request permission to
             view their personal files, but only with an administrator present.

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Approximate times for course completion are as follows:
    Course                             Hours per week                 Number of Weeks                   Approximate # of Months
    Nails                              36-40 hours                    10 weeks                          2 months
                                       15-20 hours                    17 weeks                          4 months
    Barbering                          40 hours                       27 weeks                          6 months
                                       30 hours                       33 weeks                          8 months
                                       20 hours                       56 weeks                          13 months
    Basic Esthetics                    40 hours                       17 weeks                          4 months
                                       30 hours                       26 weeks                          6 months
                                       20 hours                       35 weeks                          8 months
    Master Esthetics                   40 hours                       35 weeks                          8 months
                                       30 hours                       43 weeks                          10 months
                                       20 hours                       56 weeks                          13 months
    Cosmetology/Barbering              36-40 hours                    56 weeks                          13 months
                                       30 hours                       70 weeks                          18 months
                                       20 hours                       112 weeks                         26 months

Code of Conduct Instructors may start the week with a word of prayer or time for meditation if they desire.
        Follow the Non-Discrimination Policy on not discriminating on the basis of sex, age, race, color, religion, or ethnic origin.
        Respect everyone’s right to worship as they choose. We will offer motivational or inspiring thoughts periodically.
        Treat all clients with kindness and respect at all times.
        No using profanity. We expect clean language, uprightness and dignity at all times.
        Treat all fellow students with respect at all times.
        Strive not to gossip.
        Show loyalty to the school and staff. Any complaints need to be handled through the proper line of authority with a written
         grievance form, not by slander against the school, staff or students.

         If any of the above codes are violated, that person may be subject to disciplinary actions.

Dress Code: Dress for Success!!!!

        Dress professionally (i.e. no jogging suits, or                          No tank tops, belly shirts, or bare shoulders
         sweats)                                                                  No low neck lines
        Wear smock on the floor at all times                                     No shorts or skirts above your knees
        No open toe shoes                                                        No levis that have holes in them or are
        Wear shoes that are comfortable and have good                             excessively worn
         support                                                                  No Printed T shirts
        No pants or skirts that sit too low on the hips                          No body piercing (ears are ok)
        No bare bellies or backs

If you are in violation of the dress code, Instructors or staff members may clock you out to go home and change.

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Tuition - Full time student (35-40 hrs / week)
If a student drops the program for any reason the kit remain as the schools property. Students’ hours will not be released to
take the state board exam for licensing until all tuition is paid in full or a revised contract is signed with a new financial
Cosmetology/Barbering Course:              Tuition           $12,000.00           Basic Esthetics:   Tuition                $6,000.00
                                          Kit & Supplies     $ 1,000.00                              Kit & Supplies         $ 500.00
                                          Application Fee    $    50.00                              Application Fee         $ 50.00
                                          Total              $13,050.00                              Total                  $6,550.00

Barber Course:                            Tuition            $ 8,000.00         Master Esthetics     Tuition                $ 12,000.00
                                          Kit & Supplies     $ 700.00           (including basic)    Kit & Supplies         $ 800.00
                                          Application Fee    $ 50.00                                 Application Fee        $    50.00
                                          Total              $ 8,750.00                              Total                  $ 12,850.00

Nails:                                     Tuition           $ 2,000.00          Cosmetology/Barbering      Tuition        $18,000.00
                                           Kit & Supplies    $ 500.00         (Including Masters Esthetics) Kit & Supplies $ 1,500.00
                                           Application Fee   $ 50.00                                        Application fee $    50.00
                                           Total             $ 2,550.00                                     Total          $ 19,550.00
Tuition - Part time student (16-35 hrs / week)
Cosmetology/Barbering Course:               Tuition          $15,000.00          Basic Esthetics:    Tuition                $6,500.00
                                           Kit & Supplies    $ 1,000.00                              Kit & Supplies         $ 500.00
                                           Application Fee   $    50.00                              Application Fee        $ 50.00
                                           Total             $16,050.00                                         Total       $7,050.00

Barber Course:                            Tuition            $ 9,000.00         Master Esthetics     Tuition                $ 13,000.00
                                          Kit & Supplies     $ 700.00           (including basic)    Kit & Supplies         $ 800.00
                                          Application Fee    $ 50.00                                 Application Fee        $ 50.00
                                          Total              $ 9,750.00                              Total                  $ 13,850.00

Nails:                                    Tuition            $ 2,500.00   Cosmetology/Barbering          Tuition            $ 21,500.00
                                          Kit & Supplies     $ 500.00      (including Masters Esthetics) Kit & Supplies     $ 1500.00
                                          Application Fee    $ 50.00                                      Application fee    $     50.00
                                          Total              $ 3,050.00                                    Total             $ 23,050.00

Terms of Payments:
Student kits are to be paid in full before the first day of school. A down payment of 50% of the kit will be required with the
Enrollment contract and the other 50% must be paid before a student can start any classes. The school offers monthly
        payment plans, outside financing or scholarships for tuition. See Director for details.

Extra Institutional charges: If a student does not pay these fees, the graduation verification will be held. After 45days past due the
Institution may send them on the further collection procedures.
      a.       Extra tuition is assessed for part-time students. (See tuition schedule in catalog page 9)
      b.       Late payment fee 10.00 per month.
      c.       Interest on in house student financing 10-20%
      d.       Processing fee for in house lending 10.00 a month
      e.        One addendum to the contract is allowed without charge, and additional fee of $100.00 is charged per each addendum thereafter.
      f.       No-show without a legitimate notification: $28.00 for 4 hours or $56.00 for a full day
      g.       Re-enrollment Fee: $150.00 due before restart date.
      h.       If a student does not graduate in the time allotted, additional tuition will be charged at a minimum of $10.00 per hour until graduation
               requirements are met.
      i.       Students are allowed to receive tips, however if a student falls behind on tuition payments or has outstanding fees, the
               school may garnish the tips received and apply them to the students outstanding balance.
      j.       If student is unprepared without tools for use, kits are available for use with a rental/purchase fee (see separate schedule)
      k.       Termination fee of 150.00 will be charge if the student withdrawals from a program or the institution withdrawals them.
      l.       Shows and outside education field trips are optional and may be used to make up hours but are to be paid by the student
               per event

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Satisfactory Academic Progress Policy
1.      Overview
        Enrolled students are required to achieve and maintain satisfactory progress in attendance and academics. Satisfactory
        progress standards apply to all students regardless of whether they participate in financial aid programs. Students must
        maintain satisfactory progress to be eligible for funding from Title IV financial aid programs (the school is not yet eligible
        for Title IV funds).
2.      Minimum Satisfactory Progress Levels for Attendance
        The minimum attendance level for enrolled students is 70% of the total scheduled attendance hours. The minimum
        attendance level is calculated by dividing the cumulative actual hours by the cumulative scheduled hours recorded
        during the student’s enrollment (e.g. 575 actual hours/600 scheduled hours = 96% attendance).
3.      Maximum Timeframe for Course Completion
        The maximum timeframe for course completion is 150% of the published length of the program.
4.      Minimum Satisfactory Progress Levels for Academics
        Students are expected to maintain average score of at least 75% on practical and theory testing.
        Grading scale: 100%-90%=A, 89%-80%=B, 79%-75%=C, 74% any lower is not passing and will need evaluation to
        continue. Grading will be based on theory testing and practical testing. Clinic work completed goes towards services
        completed and not generally weighted into the overall GPA
5.      Measurement and Reporting Periods
        Each student’s cumulative attendance and academic performance is measured at the following offered scheduled hours:
        Course                                                Evaluation Period
        Master Esthetics, Barbering, Basic Esthetics          Every 2 months:
        Cosmetology/Barbering                                 Every 3 months / quarterly
        Nails                                                 Monthly

        Students who meet the academic and attendance requirements are considered to be making satisfactory progress until
        the next evaluation. Students must make satisfactory progress before the midpoint of the course or midpoint of the
        academic year, whichever is shorter. Only students who maintain satisfactory progress are eligible to receive Title IV
        assistance (the school is not yet eligible for Title IV funds).
6.      Failure to Maintain Satisfactory Progress Levels-Warning/Probation
        If a student fails to maintain the minimum satisfactory progress levels for attendance or academics at a required
        evaluation point, he or she may be placed on warning until the next evaluation, and then placed on probation if SAP has
        not been improved. The school retains the right to place a student directly on probation, if necessary. He or she will be
        notified in writing that they are placed on warning or probation (student may appeal in writing within 1 week), and it may
        affect their financial aid. The school will help the student develop an Academic/Attendance Redevelopment Plan that, if
        followed, will ensure that the student is able to meet the required academic progress within the maximum timeframe
        established for the student. The student will still be considered as making satisfactory progress while on warning or
        probation and is deemed eligible to receive Title IV funds (the school is not yet eligible for Title IV funds). If a student
        does not meet the minimum satisfactory progress levels at the next required evaluation point, the student’s enrollment
        and/or Financial Aid may be terminated.
7.      Appeal Procedure/Reinstatement of Aid
        Students who receive a non-satisfactory progress determination or who are terminated may appeal. The reasons for
        which a student may appeal the termination are such as the death of a relative, an injury or illness of the student, or
        other allowable special circumstances. Documentation the will be required, the student must submit regarding why they
        failed to make satisfactory academic progress at the next evaluation. This occurs at the end of the probation period by
        submitting a written appeal to the school Director within one week of receiving the termination notice. The appeal will be
        evaluated and the decision will be issued to the student within three business days of receipt of written appeal. All
        decisions are final. A student whose appeal is accepted must regain the Minimum Satisfactory Progress Levels within 30

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         days of the evaluation point. At the end of the appeal period, the student’s satisfactory progress will be re-evaluated. If
         the student meets the minimum satisfactory progress levels, financial aid will be reinstated, if applicable (the school is
         not yet eligible for Title IV funds). Students who are not able to regain the Satisfactory Progress Levels by the end of the
         Appeal Period will be terminated. The results from the appeal process will be kept in the students file.
8.       Leave of Absence
         Any student requiring a Leave of Absence (LOA) must turn in a signed written request in advance of the LOA including
         the reason for the LOA. A LOA may be granted in cases of unforeseen circumstances (death in family, accident, etc.) if
         the reason is documented and signed by the student at the first opportunity. The LOA will be granted for a minimum of
         12 weeks to a maximum of 180 days in any 12-month period. A contract addendum must be signed, at which time the
         contract end date will be extended based on the length of the leave on the LOA. A student returning from an excused
         LOA or other official interruption of training will return to the school with the same satisfactory progress they maintained
         immediately prior to the leave. All missed academics must be made up within 30 days of returning to school. Student
         kits will remain with the school during a LOA.
9.       Course Incompletes, Repetitions, and Non-Credit Remedial Courses
         Course incompletes, repetitions and non-credit remedial courses do not apply and have no effect on a student’s
         satisfactory academic progress.
10.      Re-entry
         A student who re-enters after termination or withdrawal retains his or her attendance and academic history from their
         previous enrollment. A student making satisfactory progress at the time of withdrawal or termination may apply for re-
         entry. A student not making satisfactory progress at the time of re-entry and will not be eligible for financial aid upon re-
         entry until he or she meets the minimum satisfactory progress levels at a required evaluation point. (School is not yet
         eligible for Title IV funds)
11.      Transfer hours from previous or other institutions that are accepted toward the student[‘s educational program are
         counted as both attempted and completed hours for the purpose of determining when the allowable maximum time
         frame has been exhausted. SAP evaluation periods are based on actual contracted hours at the institution.
12.      Students can access their SAP at the evaluation period in their program. (See Academy Rules #15)

Licensing Requirements
Once a student graduates the hours are certified for the student to take the test. Once a student applies to take the test, a
student can either take the written or practical test first. It is each student’s responsibility to call and make arrangements to take
the test on his or her own. The cost is $87.00 each for the theory and the practical. 2 forms of ID – one of which must be with a
picture - are required so that the signatures can be compared (i.e., SS ID, library, credit card, driver’s license, other government
issued ID). The test results are provided right away. These test results and a Verification of Graduation from the school with the
State Licensing fee and application must be turned into DOPL to receive the state license. Schedules are as follows:
      Practical and Written tests are given at Ogden, N. Salt Lake, and St. George, although St. George only does the testing
          3 times a week
      The written only test is done in Orem.
      Cosmetology – the test is done daily in Ogden and N. Salt Lake.

With regard to reciprocity, the Utah license does not transfer to other states. There is licensure by endorsement, but you will still
have to meet the requirements and/or take a test of that state to become licensed.

School’s most recent completion rate: 58%
School’s most recent licensure rate: 100%
School’s most recent placement rate: 57%

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                                          Courses Offered

Pre-Clinical 200 hrs.                                    Esthetics 250 hrs.
 History of cosmetology/barbering                         Temporary removal of superfluous hair by waxing
 Personal, client and salon safety                        Treatment of the skin
 Aseptic techniques and sanitary procedures               Packs and masks
 Sterilization methods and procedures                     Aroma therapy
 Health risks to the cosmetologist/barber                 Application of makeup including; application of false
                                                              eyelashes; arching of the eyebrows; tinting of the
Business Management 50 hrs.                                   eyelashes and eyebrows
 Regulatory agencies and tax laws                         Medical devices
 Business and salon management                            Basic facials
 Developing a clientele                                   Skin treatments; manual
 Professional image                                       Massage of the face and neck
 Professional ethics                                      Chemistry for Cosmetics
 Professional associations
 Public relations                                       Nails 250 hours
 Advertising                                              natural nail manicures and pedicures
 Legal issues                                             artificial nail techniques including; wraps, nail tips, gel
 Malpractice liability                                       nails, sculptured acrylic nails, and nail art
 Tax laws                                                 pedicures and massaging the lower leg and foot
                                                           chemistry for nail technology
General Sciences 200 hrs.
 Human immune system                                     Hair Design 800 hrs
 Diseases and disorders of the skin, nail, hair, and      Properties of the hair skin and scalp
   scalp                                                   Hair styling
 Bacteriology                                             Wet and thermal styling
 Sanitation                                               Permanent waving
 Sterilization                                            Hair coloring
 Decontamination                                          Chemical hair relaxing
 Infection control                                        Thermal hair straightening
 Tools and equipment for cosmetology, barbering; high     Hair cutting, sheers
   frequency or galvanic current and heat lamps            Shaving
 Anatomy                                                  Wigs and artificial hair
 Basic science of cosmetology/barbering of the skin,      Draping
   hair and scalp                                          Clipper variations
 Physiology of the human body; including skin & nails     Razor cutting for men
 Electricity and light therapy                            Mustache and beard design
 Chemistry for the cosmetologist/barber                   Hair extensions
                                                           Utah examination review for cosmetologist, barb
                                                         Elective topics 50 hrs
                                                          Elective topics such as nutrition and exercise,
                                                             reflexology, etc.
                                                          Cardio pulmonary resuscitation (CPR)
                                                          First Aid

                                                         Utah examination review for cosmetologist, barber – 200

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Pre-Clinical 100 hrs.                                    Basic Science of Barbering 75 hrs.
 History of Barbering                                    Electricity and light therapy
 Personal, client and salon safety                       Limited chemical exfoliation including pre-exfoliation
 Aseptic techniques and sanitary procedures                 consultation, post-exfoliation treatments; and chemical
 Sterilization methods and procedures                       reactions
 Health risks to the barber                              Chemistry for the barber

Business Management 25 hrs.                              Practical/Clinical Application 600 hours
 Regulatory agencies and tax laws                        Analysis of the skin hair and scalp
 Business and salon management                           Hair styling
 Developing a clientele                                  Wet and thermal styling
 Professional image                                      Hair cutting, shears
 Professional ethics                                     Shaving
 Professional associations                               Wigs and artificial hair
 Public relations                                        Draping
 Advertising                                             Clipper variations
 Legal issues                                            Razor cutting for men
 Malpractice liability                                   Mustache and beard design
 Tax laws
                                                         Elective topics 20 hrs
General Sciences 100 hrs.                                 Elective topics such as nutrition and exercise,
 Human immune system                                        reflexology, etc.
 Diseases and disorders of the skin, nail, hair, and     Cardio pulmonary resuscitation (CPR)
   scalp                                                  First Aid
 Bacteriology
 Sanitation                                             Utah examination review for barbers – 80 hrs
 Sterilization
 Decontamination
 Infection control
 Tools and equipment for barbering; high frequency or
   galvanic current and heat lamps
 Anatomy
 Physiology of the human body; including skin & nails

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Pre-Clinical 60 hrs.                                      Skin Science and Histology 40 hrs
 Overview of the curriculum                               Science of basic esthetics
 History of Esthetics                                     Analysis of the skin
 Personal, client and salon safety                        Physiology of the skin
 Aseptic techniques and sanitary procedures               Facials, manual and mechanical
 Disinfection and sterilization methods and procedures
 Health risks to the basic esthetician                   Chemical Peels 40 hrs
                                                           Limited chemical exfoliation
Business Management 25 hrs.                                Pre-exfoliation consultation
 Business and salon management                            Post-exfoliation treatments
 Developing a clientele                                   Chemical reactions
 Professional image                                       Chemistry for basic esthetics
 Professional ethics
 Professional associations                               Waxing 30 hrs
 Public relations                                         Temporary removal of superfluous hair by waxing
 Advertising
 Legal issues                                            Skin Science 40 hrs
 Malpractice liability                                    Treatment of the skin
 Regulatory agencies                                      Packs and masks
 Tax laws                                                 Aromatherapy

General Sciences 40 hrs.                                  Facial Enhancement 40 hrs
 Human immune system                                      Application of makeup
 Diseases and disorders of the skin                       Application of artificial eyelashes
 Bacteriology                                             Arching of the eyebrows
 Anatomy                                                  Tinting of the eyelashes and eyebrows

Infection Control 40 hrs                                  Esthetics 80 hrs
 Sanitation                                               Medical Devices
 Sterilization                                            Basic facials
 Decontamination                                          Chemistry of cosmetics
 Infection control                                        Skin treatments, manual and mechanical
 Implements, tools and equipment for basic esthetics      Massage of the face and neck

                                                          Manicure and Pedicure 40 hrs
                                                           Natural nail manicures and pedicures

                                                          Elective topics 25 hrs
High Frequency and Light Therapy 40 hrs                    Cardio pulmonary resuscitation (CPR)
 High frequency or galvanic current                       First Aid
 Heat lamps
                                                          Utah examination review for Estheticians 60

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(600 hours from basic + these 600 hours = 1200 hours)

Pre-Clinical 60 hrs.
 History of Esthetics & Master Esthetics
 Overview of the curriculum                              Advanced Waxing 30 hrs
 Personal, client and salon safety                        Temporary removal of superfluous hair by waxing &
 Aseptic techniques and sanitary procedures                 advanced waxing
 Disinfection and sterilization methods and procedures
 Health risks to the basic esthetician

Business Management 10 hrs.
 Business and salon management                           Pedicures 20 hrs
 Developing clients                                       Advanced pedicures
 Professional image
 Professional ethics                                     Spa Treatments 300 hrs
 Professional associations                                Advanced aromatherapy
 Public relations                                         Medical Devices
 Advertising                                              Hydrotherapy
 Legal issues
                                                          The Aging Process and Its Damage to the Skin 50 hrs
 Malpractice liability
 Regulatory agencies                                     Advanced Esthetics 50 hrs
 Tax laws                                                 Advanced mechanical and electrical devices
                                                           Sanding and microdermabrasion techniques
General Sciences 20 hrs.
                                                           Galvanic or high frequency current for treatment of the
 Human immune system
 Diseases and disorders of the skin
                                                           Devices equipped with a brush to cleanse the skin
 Bacteriology
                                                           Devices that apply a mixture of steam and ozone to
 Anatomy                                                    the skin
 Sanitation                                               Devices that spray water and other liquids on the skin
 Sterilization                                            Any other mechanical devices, esthetic preparations
 Contamination                                              or procedures approved by the division in
 Infection control                                          collaboration with the board for the care and treatment
 Implements, tools and equipment for master                 of the skin
                                                          Manual Lymphatic 200 hrs
Skin Science 50 hrs                                       40 hours of training in anatomy and physiology of the
 Science of master esthetics                             lymphatic system; 70 applications of one hour each in
 Analysis of the skin                                    manual lymphatic massage of the full body; and 90 hours of
 Physiology of the skin                                  training in lymphatic massage by other means, including but
 Advanced facials, manual and mechanical                 not limited to energy, mechanical devices, suction assisted
                                                          massage with or without rollers, compression therapy with
Chemical Peels 50 hrs                                     equipment or garment therapy that will equal the 200
 Chemistry for master esthetics                          required hours for schools teaching lymphatic massage
 Advanced chemical exfoliation
 Pre-exfoliation consultation                            Elective topics 20 hrs
 Post-exfoliation treatments                              Cardio pulmonary resuscitation (CPR)
 Chemical reactions                                       First Aid

                                                          Utah examination review for Estheticians 60 hrs.

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Pre-Clinical 30 hrs.
 Personal, client and salon safety
 Aseptic techniques and sanitary procedures
 Sterilization methods and procedures
 Health risks to the nail technician

Business Management 20 hrs.
 Regulatory agencies and tax laws
 Business and salon management
 Developing a clientele
 Professional image
 Professional ethics
 Professional associations                                 Elective topics 20 hrs
 Public relations                                           Cardio pulmonary resuscitation (CPR)
 Advertising                                                First Aid
 Legal issues                                               Nutrition, exercise, reflexology, etc.
 Malpractice liability
 Tax laws                                                  Clinical/Practical 120 hrs
                                                             Natural nail manicures and pedicures
General Sciences 80 hrs.                                     Artificial nail techniques including: wraps, nail tips, gel
 Human immune system                                           nails, sculptured acrylic nails and nail art
 Diseases and disorders of the nails and skin               Pedicures and massaging the lower foot and leg
 Bacteriology
 Sanitation/Sterilization                                  Utah examination review for Estheticians 30
 Decontamination
 Infection control
 Tools and equipment for the nail technician
 Analysis of the skin
 Physiology of the human body; including skin and nails
 Limited chemical exfoliation including pre-exfoliation
   consultation, post-exfoliation treatments and chemical
 Chemistry for the nail tech
 Anatomy

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