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Welcome . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .    2
Cosmetology Curriculum . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .               4
Cosmetology Tuition . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .              5
Massage Program Curriculum . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                     7
Massage Program Tuition . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                9
Skin Aesthetic Program Curriculum . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                   10
Skin Aesthetic Program Tuition . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                11
Nail Technology Program Curriculum . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                      12
Nail Technology Program Tuition . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                   12
School Policies and Enrollment Procedures . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                       13
Student Services and Financial Aid . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                  16
Rules and Regulations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .           17
Enrollment Application . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .            19




Josef’s School of Hair Design and Josef’s West Academy are licensed by the North Dakota State Board of
Cosmetology, PO Box 2177, Bismarck, ND 58502, 701.224.9800. Josef’s School of Hair Design is accredited
by the National Accrediting Commission of Cosmetology Arts & Sciences, 4401 Ford Avenue, Suite 1300,
Alexandria, Virginia 22302, 703.600.7600; National Certification for Therapeutic Massage & Bodywork, 8201
Greensboro Drive South, McLean, VA 22102, 800.296.0610, 701.328.2678. It is approved for training of
students receiving financial assistance from various states or federal agencies, such as the Veterans
Administration, Bureau of Indian Affairs, Vocational Rehabilitation and the Job Training Partnership Act of
North Dakota and Minnesota.




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                                           Mr. Joseph Olivieri founded our school in 1960.

His passion and dedication to our students is currently carried on by his son, Mario Olivieri.

Dear Prospective Student,

We welcome you with open arms to our family at Josef’s School of Hair Design. The Josef’s tradition spans
almost 50 years and includes many of the leaders of our industry. We have always served our students with one
objective – to provide the best educational experience possible to prepare you for a successful career in this
wonderful and amazing profession of beauty.

We have one grand opportunity in the business of beauty, and that is the ability to change lives by raising the
self esteem of our customers, making them proud of who they are. By bringing out the best in their appearance,
we bring out the best in them.

We carry out this mission of teaching future professionals with pride, knowing we can provide them with a life-
long career of doing something they love. There is not a day that goes by that we don’t go to the salon and love
what we do, whether it is working with students at Josef’s or with professional stylists at Olivieri’s Salons. We
are very fortunate to be able to work with the best.

Welcome to the greatest profession we know.

Sincerely,


Mario Olivieri                                               Joseph Olivieri
Mario Olivieri                                               Joseph M. Olivieri
Owner                                                         Founder
Josef’s School of Hair Design
Fargo, Grand Forks and
Josef’s West Academy



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                                                 FARGO, NORTH DAKOTA
                                                Josef’s School of Hair Design
                                        627 NP Avenue, Fargo, ND 58102, 701.235.0011
Staff
Joseph Olivieri, Founder/Instructor, Headquarter Administration
Mario Olivieri, President/Instructor, Headquarter Administration
Kathy Colvin, Director of Operations, Headquarter Administration
Emily Halvorson, Financial Aid Director, Headquarter Administration
Carol Fugere, Accreditation Specialist/Instructor/, Headquarter Administration
Heather Ostrowski, Admissions

Josef’s is located at 627 NP Avenue in downtown Fargo, and is owned by Josef’s School of Hair Design, Inc. This school is located at
the heart of historic downtown Fargo. It has been an educational hub for over 50 years. Founded by Joseph Olivieri in 1949, the school
is the center for learning about the ever changing world of hair design, fashion and spa services. Josef’s is comprised of two main
floors totaling 6,500 square feet. The second floor is where theory, basic training and advanced classes are held. The main floor is the
educational clinic, where students will perform services on the school’s diverse clientele. Josef’s uses many visual aids to assist the
students and has a complete and updated library. The downtown campus is situated close to many apartments, restaurants and
shopping locations. This location allows easy living for out of town or commuting students.

                                                      Josef’s West Academy
                                      4501 15th Ave. SW, Fargo, ND 58103, 701.478.6292
                                                NACCAS Accreditation Pending
Staff
Carol Fugere, Director
Emily Halvorson, Financial Aid Director
Heather Ostrowski, Admissions

Josef’s West Academy is located at 4501 15th Avenue SW in Fargo, and is owned by Josef’s School of Hair Design, Inc. The school
occupies a building with approximately 3200 square feet. Facilities include classrooms, clinic and reception area. Josef’s uses many
visual aids to assist the students and has a complete and updated library. It is conveniently located next to West Acres Mall.

The Fargo-Moorhead metro area has a population of 184,857. The Red River runs through the metro area, and it is just 40 minutes
from the Lakes area. Fargo-Moorhead is fortunate enough to have North Dakota State University, Minnesota State University
Moorhead and Concordia College. The universities sponsor many community events, including sports, musicals, symphonies, theatre
and educational classes. Other metro area events include: The Red River Valley Fair, Winter Festival and many concerts, shows and
sporting events at the Fargodome.

                                           GRAND FORKS, NORTH DAKOTA
                     Josef’s School of Hair Design, 2011 S. Washington Street, Grand Forks, ND 58201
                                                       701.772.2728
Staff
Robbie Kovar, Director
Heather Ostrowski, Admissions
Emily Halvorson, Financial Aid Director

Josef’s is located at 2011 S. Washington in Grand Forks and is owned by Josef’s School of Hair Design, Inc. The school occupies a
building with approximately 11,000 square feet. Facilities include classrooms, clinic and reception area. The clinic floor has modern
individual stations with a salon-like atmosphere. Josef’s uses many visual aids to assist the students and has a complete and updated
library.

Grand Forks has a population of 52,000. Grand Forks-East Grand Forks have much to offer – spacious parks, great fishing, cross-
country skiing, canoeing, shopping at Columbia Mall, and many arts and theater events. We are also home to the University of North
Dakota, Alerus Center, Ralph Englestad Arena and the North Dakota Museum of Art.



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                  Your Future Starts Here – Josef’s Mission
Welcome to Josef’s School of Hair Design, Inc., a leader in the Cosmetology profession for 50 years. It is our
institution’s mission to provide a quality education to prepare our graduates for careers in cosmetology arts and
sciences, skin aesthetics and/or in the field of massage. Mr. Joseph and his staff have made a commitment to
this profession in the hopes that we can help you fulfill your dreams. Josef’s graduates have been very
successful and we would like you to join our winning team.

                   COSMETOLOGY ~ 1800 Hours                  ~ Available at all locations
                                   Classes are offered throughout the year:
                 2010 – January 12, March 16, May 11, July 13, September 14 and November 16

                                             Course Curriculum

                              The first 360 hours are dedicated to basic training.
    The student is then promoted to the “clinic floor,” where hands-on practice and experience are acquired.

               Hours                                          Hours________________________
               90      Theory, Tests and Supervised Study     2  Eyebrows and Arches
               20      Demonstrations                         2  Lash and Brows
               20      Permanent Waves                        16 Manicuring
               6       Facials and Make-up                    10 Scalp Treatments
               20      Complete Finger Waves                   4 Shampooing
               10      Hair Cutting                           30 Hair Coloring and Bleaches
               90      Hairstyling                            40 Practice Hours

                               BASIC ADVANCED PRACTICAL TRAINING

               Hours                                           Hours____________________________
               285     Theory, Tests and Supervised Study        9 Facials and Make-up
                15     Demonstrations                           12 Manicuring
                10     Scalp Treatments                          6 Eyebrow Arches/Waxing
               175     Hair Cutting                             75 Hairstyling/Rollers/Pincurls/Comb
                40     Shampooing                                    Out/Finger Waves
                20     Permanent Waves                          25 Professional Ethics and Good
               147     Hairstyles, Curling Iron, Blow Comb          Grooming
                70     Hair Coloring and Rinses                28 Salesmanship
                70     Bleaches and Highlight                   28 Reception Desk and Telephone
                97     Practice Hours                           28 Dispensary
                                                                300 Advanced Training
                                                               ___________________________________
                                                              1800 Total Hours




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                                           TUITION AND PAYMENT PLAN

                                              COSMETOLOGY PROGRAM
                                                Fargo and Grand Forks
                                  And Josef’s West Academy (Part-Time Program Only)
                                                 Effective July 13, 2010

        Fees                          $100.00 (Non-refundable Application fee $50; Enrollment fee $50)
        Kit and books                $650.00 (Non-refundable)
        Tuition fee                $13,000.00
        Total                      $13,750.00
                         A down payment is required from students not receiving financial aid.
Payment Plan
*All payments must be made by the 1st of the month. A late fee of $25 will be applied after the 7th.
        Fees                           $100.00 (Non-refundable Application fee $50; Enrollment fee $50)
        Kit and books                  $650.00 (Non-refundable)
        Tuition                     $1,000.00
        Total                       $1,750.00 (Due by the first day of class)
        10 monthly payments of $1,000.00 beginning the first month after enrollment
            $1,000 x 10    =      $12,000.00
            Total                 $13,750.00

                                              COSMETOLOGY PROGRAM
                                              Josef’s West Academy, Fargo, ND
                                                    Effective July 13, 2010

      Fees                          $100.00 (Non-refundable Application fee $50; Enrollment fee $50)
      Kit and books               $1,000.00 (Non-refundable)
      Tuition fee                $17,000.00
      Total                      $18,100.00
Payment Plan
      Fees                          $100.00 (Non-refundable Application fee $50; Enrollment fee $50)
      Kit and books               $1,000.00 (Non-refundable)
      Tuition                     $1,000.00
      Total                       $2,100.00 (Due by the first day of class)
      10 monthly payments of $1,292.18 beginning the first month after enrollment
           $1,600 x 10          $16,100.00
          Total                 $18,100.00

There is a $15 fee for North Dakota Board registration and a $5 fee for locker and station key. The locker and station key
will be refunded upon the return of these items. The language of the program is English. Tuition is subject to change for
any available programs, please call for current investment.

Additional Hours: For each additional day a student is here past their contract date, there will be a $25 fee per day for
the remaining days needed to complete the hours. The additional hourly fee may be waived by the school director only
with circumstances warranting such a waiver.

Graduation
Cosmetology students must complete 1800 hours of instruction, pass their final practical exam, pass their final theory exam and pass
80% of theory tests with a grade of at least 75% is order to graduate. A diploma will be awarded upon graduation.



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Cosmetologist/Nail Technician Employment Opportunities
There are many opportunities for the cosmetologist in jobs indirectly related to the career. For example, the individual may be
employed by a retail outlet to sell cosmetics, wigs or other related merchandise. The individual may be employed as a distributor to
sell merchandise to salons (account representative), or employed by the distributor to educate salon personnel (technician).

Compensation
The compensation plan differs for each type of license and level of experience. Usually, however, the compensation plan for the
operator will be guaranteed salary for a certain period of time or a commission, whichever is greater. To increase the compensation,
the individual may have to complete more services, work more hours or increase responsibilities.

Usually there are partial or comprehensive benefit packages, such as vacation pay, sick benefits or insurance benefits. The larger chain
salons offer the greatest benefits. While it is difficult to gauge exact figures for a cash business that includes tips, the Career Outlook
states the average starting salary is approximately $20,700. The potential for earning grows with the initiative to establish a steady
clientele.

Often the stylists who become most successful are those who continue learning and building upon the basic techniques they have
learned while in school. They do this by attending beauty education shows and/or classes to learn more advanced techniques and
trends in fashion.

Licensing
A Cosmetology graduate (1800 training hours) must pass a state licensing exam in order to practice cosmetology services within
North Dakota. The exam consists of a practical test, a state law written test and a national written exam. The graduate must pass all
aspects of the state exam with at least a 75%. The graduate will be considered a professional when a license has been granted by the
state. The license must be renewed once a year. The first license issued to a Cosmetology graduate in North Dakota is the Operators
license, which enables an individual to practice all aspects of Cosmetology or specialize in one area of Cosmetology.

All students applying for a license to practice Aesthetics or Massage Therapy in the state of North Dakota must have satisfactorily
completed the required hours of instruction and received a diploma or certificate of completion from an authorized school. They must
provide evidence of high school or GED completion. They must also pass the state practical and written exams. The graduate will be
considered a professional when a license has been granted by the state.



                           HOW JOSEF’S STUDENTS ARE DOING
                  Fargo Licensing Rates: 98.08% of the graduates eligible to take the licensing exam in ND passed.
                 Fargo Placement Rates: 71.74% of the graduates obtaining a license found jobs within Cosmetology.
                       Fargo Completion Rates: 57.83% of the students starting the course went on to graduate


               Grand Forks Licensing Rates: 96.30% of the graduates eligible to take the licensing exam in ND passed.
              Grand Forks Placement Rates: 75.47% of the graduates obtaining a license found jobs within Cosmetology.
                    Grand Forks Completion Rate: 66.25% of the students starting the course went on to graduate.


                                                                                                     Photographic Awards at Josef’s




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Ss                             Massage Therapy - 750 Hours
                                  Josef’s School of Hair Design
                                  2011 South Washington Street, Grand Forks
                                               701-772-2728

                                  Amber Gomez, Massage Therapy Instructor
                                     Vince Ames, Anatomy Instructor


Josef’s School of Hair Design is located at 2011 S. Washington Street and is owned by Josef’s School of Hair
Design, Inc. The school consists of a clinic floor, reception area with retail, and a theory classroom. The campus
uses many visual aids to assist the students and has a complete and updated library.

Classes are offered 3 times a year (2010: February 1, June 7, and October 4)

Our Massage Therapy course is 750 hours. Josef’s will teach you how to revitalize your clients through the
completion of the Massage Therapy Course. Our program includes learning not only technique, but also how to
create a healthy environment, appropriate client/therapist relationships, as well as the essentials of proper body
mechanics.

                                            Course Curriculum
The curriculum for students enrolled in the Massage Therapy program for a complete course of seven hundred
and fifty hours of training will consist of the following:

       Anatomy                                                                                    60 hours
              The study anatomy and physiology strengthens the massage therapist’s practical knowledge of
              the human body and allows them to apply the knowledge for the benefit of their clients. Two
              main approaches will be used to study anatomy. They will be a systemic anatomy, i.e. the
              muscular and circulatory system and a clinic correlation approach.
       Physiology                                                                                 60 hours
              Human physiology attempts to explain specific characteristics and mechanisms of the human
              body that make it a human being. When we describe how the organs or parts of the body
              function and how their functions relate to one another, we are speaking of physiology.
       Neurology                                                                                  30 hours
              Our intent will be to clearly present some of the important structural and functional features of
              neurology related to problems and normal functioning of the nervous system, i.e. the brain and
              spinal cord.
       Pathology                                                                                  45 hours
              This is the study of the structural and functional changes caused by disease. Pathology will cover
              the general principles and mechanisms of disease and its terminology. Specific topics include,
              but are not limited to: The role of Therapeutic Massage, Stress, Signs and Symptoms of disease
              and Pain-Spasm-Pain cycle.




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      Kinesiology                                                                                  90 hours
              Kinesiology is the scientific study of muscular movement and active and passive structures
              involved. Along with other topics, this training will cover muscle origin, insertion and action.
      Practical, Hands-on training                                                               300 hours
      First aid, hygiene and CPR                                                                   10 hours
              Due to the intimate nature of massage therapy it has become essential to include training in the
              following subjects to ensure the safety and proper hygiene in clinical work settings: First Aid,
              CPR, HIV Safety, Bacteriology
      Business practices and professional ethics                                                   60 hours
              The proper exposure to each of the topics covered in this component of the course will provide
              the student with the tools needed to establish a flourishing massage practice: ND Rules and
              Regulations, Professional image, Business plans (marketing, budgeting, record keeping,
              establishing business policies, networking, retailing and customer service)
      Related Subjects                                                                             95 hours
              Therapeutic exercise ~ Aromatherapy ~ Hydrotherapy ~ Stone Therapy ~ Pregnancy and
              Infant massage ~ Body contour wraps ~ Spa Foot treatments
__________________________________________________________________________________________
                                                                                           750 Total Hours

Massage Therapy Employment Opportunities
There are many opportunities for the Massage Therapist including but not limited to: Therapist at a Spa/Salon;
Athletic club; Chiropractic clinic; Cruise ships; Hospitals; Hotels or resorts; Physical therapy or medical clinics;
ski resorts; sports medicine clinics; high school, collegiate or professional sports teams.

Graduation Requirements
Massage Therapy students must complete 750 hours of instruction, pass their final practical exam, pass their
final theory exam and pass 80% of theory tests with a grade of at least 75% in order to graduate. A diploma will
be awarded upon graduation. In addition, at the time of graduation the student must possess a certificate or card
signifying the successful completion of reputable first aid CPR courses that were instructed by an individual
certified by a nationally- recognized organization to provide first aid and CPR instruction.

                                           Admission and Procedures
Enrollment
        1. Acquire an enrollment application and choose a start date.
        2. Complete the enrollment application and submit (or personally deliver) a $100 payment ($50.00 Non-
           refundable Application Fee and $50 Enrollment Fee)
        3. Include a copy of your birth certificate, high school diploma or transcript (diploma preferred).
        4. Upon completion, the application will be processed and a position will be reserved for you in the class

Admission
Students must be at least 17 years of age and have a birth certificate and high school diploma or GED certificate to enroll.

Josef’s School of Hair Design does not discriminate against individuals on the basis of sex, age, race, color,
religion or ethnic origin in its admission and enrollment practices. It also does not recruit students already
attending or admitted to another school offering a similar program of study.




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                                        TUITION AND PAYMENT PLAN
                                            MASSAGE PROGRAM
                                             Effective July 13, 2010

Enrollment fee                 $100.00 (Non-refundable Application fee $50 and Enrollment fee $50)
Kit and books                  $500.00 (Non-refundable)
Tuition Fee                 $11,500.00
Total                       $12,100.00

Sample Payment Plan:
Initial payment
Enrollment fee                 $100.00 (Non-refundable Application fee $50 and Enrollment fee $50)
Kit and books                  $500.00 (Non-refundable)
Tuition fee                    $500.00
Initial Payment               $1,100.00 (Due by the first day of classes)

Followed by 5 monthly payments of $2,200.00 beginning the first month after enrollment.
$2,200.00 x 5           $11,000.00
Total Payments          $12,100.00

There is a $5 fee for the locker key. The locker key fee will be refunded upon the return of the key.

The language of the program is English.

Discount on Tuition
A $1,000.00 tuition discount is available to students who attend a second program at Josef’s. In order to be
eligible, students must begin the second course within six months of their graduation date.

Refund Policy – Massage Program Only
The following policies and requirements will be used to determine refunds:
       1. When notice is received prior to, or within seven days after completion of the first day of instruction, all
          tuition and other charges must be refunded to the student with the exception of the non-refundable application
          fee of $50.00.
       2. When notice is received prior to, or within thirty days after completion of the first day of instruction, or prior
          to the completion of one-fourth of the educational services, all tuition except twenty-five percent thereof must
          be refunded to the student, with the exception of the non-refundable $50.00.
       3. When notice is received upon or after completion of one-fourth of the educational services, but prior to the
          completion of one-half of the educational services, all tuition and other charges except fifty percent thereof
          must be refunded to the student, with the exception of the non-refundable application fee of $50.00
       4. When notice is received upon or after the completion of fifty percent of the educational services, no tuition or
          other charges may be refunded to the student.
       5. If the school is permanently closed and no longer offering instruction, after a student has enrolled, the student
          shall be entitled to a refund of tuition.
       6. If a course is cancelled subsequent to a student’s enrollment, the school shall, at its option, provide a full
          refund of all monies paid, or arrange for the completion of the course.
       7. In a case of a student suffering a personal illness or disabling accident, a death in the immediate family, or
          other circumstances beyond the control of the student, the school will determine and present a settlement offer
          that is reasonable and fair to both parties.


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                                     Skin Aesthetic Program - 600 hours
                                     Josef’s School of Hair Design                                    Dale Thompson, Instructor
                                     2011 S. Washington Street, Grand Forks, ND
                                     701-772-2728
                                     Josef’s West Academy                                         Maureen Ackerman, Instructor
                                     4501 15th Avenue SW, Fargo, ND
                                     701-478-6292

Josef’s will prepare you with a combination of theory and hands-on-training focusing on the use of skin care products and highly
specialized equipment together with personal one-on-one guidance. This course will encompass the study of principles and practice of
skin care and hair removal, the application of cosmetics, and skin disorders.

2010 Start Dates: February 1, June 7 and October 4 at both locations

                                                        Course Curriculum
The first 120 hours of the 600 hour course are dedicated to basic training. After completing the basic training portion, the student is
promoted to the “clinic floor” where hands-on-practice and experience are acquired. No school or licensed instructor may permit a
student to render clinical services until a student has completed twenty percent of the total hour of instruction required.
         Sterilization, sanitation and safety                                                                   75 hours
                    • General methods of Sterilization and Sanitation
                    • The use of Wet and Dry sanitizers
                    • OSHA Regulations
                       Due to the intimate nature of skin aesthetics, is has become essential to include training in the following subjects
                       to ensure the safety and proper hygiene in clinic work settings: HIV Safety, Bacteriology
         Body treatments, facials, hair removal and makeup                                                      340 hours
                   • Enzyme Therapy facial
                   • Chemical Peels and Microdermabrasion
                   • Age Management
                   • Specialty Masks
                   • Deep Cleansing facial
                   • Use of Electricity/Facial Machines
                   • Skin Assessments
                   • Latest in Color/Make-up Trends
                   • Body Waxing
                   • Study of Skin Disorders and Skin Cancer
         Study of law, ethics, management and salesmanship                                                      75 hours
                   • ND Rules and Regulations
                   • Professional Image
                   • Business basics: Marketing, budgeting, record keeping, establishing policies, networking, retailing, customer
                       service
         Related Subjects                                                                                       60 hours
                   • The history of skin care and cosmetics
                   • Understanding nutrition and the skin/product ingredients and analysis
                   • Cosmetic surgery
                   • Clinical skin treatments and Acne Medicines
                   • Manual lymphatic draining of the face and neck
                   • Spa foot treatments
                   • A view into the spa world/Career opportunities
                   • Body Wraps
         Unassigned                                                                                             50 hours
                                                                                                        600 Total Hours



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Skin Aesthetic Employment Opportunities
As an aesthetician, you can exercise your creative abilities in a stable career that rewards talent. Best of all, for the amount of time and
financial investment, you will find a variety of job opportunities. Graduates of Josef’s School of Hair Design, Inc. can look forward to
using their Skin Aesthetic license in a variety of exciting areas:
           • Skin Aesthetician – Skin care specialist
           • Cosmetic buyer
           • Plastic surgeon assistant
           • Dermatologist assistant
           • Mortician assistant
           • Instructor, manager, salesperson
           • Research or research assistant
           • Beauty editor
           • Make-up artist

Graduation Requirements
Aesthetic students must complete 600 hours of instruction, pass their final practical exam, pass their final theory exam and pass 80%
of theory tests with a grade of at least 75% in order to graduate. All students applying for a license to practice Aesthetics in the State
of North Dakota must have satisfactorily completed the required hours of instruction and receive a diploma or certificate of
completion from an authorized school. They must provide evidence of high school or GED completion. They must also pass the state
practical and written exams. The graduate will be considered a professional when a license has been granted by the state.

                                                    Admission and Procedures
Enrollment
              1.   Acquire an enrollment application.
              2.   Choose a starting date.
              3.   Complete the enrollment application and submit (or personally deliver) it with a $100 fee. Non-refundable $50.00
                   application fee and $50 enrollment fee)
             4.    Include a copy of your birth certificate, high school diploma or transcript (diploma preferred)
             5.    Upon completion, the application will be processed and a position will be reserved for you in the class.

Admission
Students must be at least 17 years of age and have a birth certificate and high school diploma or GED certificate to enroll.
Josef’s School of Hair Design, Inc. does not discriminate against individuals on the basis of sex, age, race, color, religion or ethnic
origin in its admissions and enrollment practices. It also does not recruit students already attending or admitted to another school
offering a similar program of study.

                                                TUITION & PAYMENT PLAN
                                               SKIN AESTHETICS PROGRAM
                                                     Effective July 13, 2010
Fees                       $100.00 (Non-refundable Application fee $50; Enrollment fee $50)
Kit and books              $475.00 (Non-refundable)
Tuition fee              $8,000.00
Total                    $8,575.00
Sample Payment Plan
Initial Payment
Fee                        $100.00 (Non-refundable Application Fee $50; Enrollment fee $50)
Kit and books              $475.00 (Non-refundable)
Tuition fee               $1,000.00
Initial Payment           $1,575.00 (Due by the first day of class)
Followed by 4 monthly payments of $1,393.75 beginning first month after enrollment:
$1,750 x 4                $7,000.00
Total Payments            $8,575.00
There is an additional $15 registration fee to the North Dakota Board and a $5 fee for locker and station key. The locker and station
key fee will be refunded upon the return of these items.



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                                              Nail Technology - 350 Hours
                                                       Josef’s School of Hair Design
                                                        2011 S. Washington Street
                                                          Grand Forks, ND 58201
                                                               701-772-2728
                                                        Dale Thompson, Instructor
                                                                                                       Start Dates: Contact School Director

Nail Technology is one of the fastest growing and most creative, rewarding and high-paying professions in our industry today. As a
nail technician, you will use the latest technology to apply artificial nails and use your artistic ability to create original design on nails.
You will also perform manicures and pedicures using treatments from Creative Nails. Students enrolled in the Nail Technology
course must attend 350 hours of instruction in all aspects of manicuring. Our school dedicates the first 70 hours of basic training. The
student is then promoted to the clinic floor where hands-on practice and experience are acquired.
                                                  Basic Training in Nail Technology
Hours                                                                       Hours_____________________________________
         10        Theory, tests and supervised study                                     5       Nail Tips
         10        Demonstrations                                                         5       Nail Wraps
          5        Manicuring                                                             5       Acrylic nails
          5        Pedicuring                                                             5       Gel tips
          5        Creative touch                                                        15       Practice hours
                                                  Basic Advance Practical Training
Hours                                                                       Hours_____________________________________
         55        Theory, tests and supervised study                                     10      Salesmanship
         38        Manicuring                                                              5      Reception desk and telephone
         37        Pedicuring                                                              5      Dispensary
         20        Acrylics                                                               25      Practice hours
         20        Gels                                                                   25      Advanced training
         20        Creative                                                               15      Unassigned hours
          5        Professional ethics and good grooming                           _______________________________
                                                                                          350 Total hours
Graduation Requirements
To graduate, our students must complete 350 hours of instruction, pass their final practical exam and final theory tests, pass 80% of
theory tests with a grade of at least 75%. A diploma will be awarded upon graduation.

Tuition and Payment Plan ~ Josef’s Nail Technology Course does not offer financial aid due to the length of program.
Fees                            $100.00 (Non-refundable $50 Enrollment Fee; $50 Application Fee)
Kit and books                   $200.00 (Non-refundable)
Tuition fee                   $1,995.00
Total                         $2,295.00 (Payable in 2 monthly installments of $1,147.50 each)

                                                     Admission and Procedures
Enrollment
   1. Acquire an enrollment application.
   2. Choose a starting date.
   3. Complete the enrollment application and submit (or personally deliver) with a $100 fee ($50.00 non-refundable application
       fee and $50 enrollment fee),
   4. Include a copy of your birth certificate, high school diploma or transcript (diploma preferred).
   5. Upon completion, the application will be processed and a position will be reserved for you in the class.

Admission
Students must be at least 17 years of age, a high school diploma or GED certificate to enroll. Josef’s School of Hair Design does not
discriminate against individuals on the basis of sex, age, race, color, religion or ethnic origin in its admission and enrollment practices.
It also does not recruit students already attending or admitted to another school offering a similar program of study



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                                       JOSEF’S SCHOOL OF HAIR DESIGN
                                         POLICIES AND PROCEDURES
Enrollment
    1.   Acquire an enrollment application.
    2.   Choose a starting date.
    3.   Complete the enrollment application and send (or personally deliver) it with a $100 fee (non-refundable $50.00 application
         fee and $50 enrollment fee)
    4.   Include a copy of your birth certificate, high school diploma or transcript (diploma preferred).
    5.   Upon completion, the application will be processed and a position will be reserved for you in the class.

Admission
Students must be at least 17 years of age and have a high school diploma or GED certificate to enroll. Josef’s School of Hair Design
does not discriminate against individuals on the basis of sex, age, race, color, religion or ethnic origin in its admission and enrollment
practices. It also does not recruit students already attending or admitted to another school offering a similar program of study.

Transfer from other Cosmetology School
According to North Dakota state law governing Cosmetology, a student who transfers to a Cosmetology school in North Dakota from
a Cosmetology school located in another state, that student will be given credit for 2/3 of their completed hours upon approval of the
completed hours by the North Dakota State Board of Cosmetology. A student transferring from a Cosmetology school in North
Dakota will be given full credit for their completed hours upon verification of the completed hours by the North Dakota State Board of
Cosmetology.

Josef’s School of Hair Design will charge the student for the amount of remaining hours needed to reach the requirement of 1800
hours for Cosmetology licensure in North Dakota. The transferring student will also be responsible for any additional items, books or
equipment needed to fulfill the requirements of the course.

Re-entry Policy
If a student discontinues or withdraws from Josef’s School of Hair Design, he or she may return to school within the following five (5)
years and receive credit for his or her completed hours.

Re-entry and Satisfactory Progress status
If a student withdraws while he or she is making Satisfactory Progress, the student can return to the school within the five-year period
and be considered making Satisfactory Progress. If a student withdraws while he or she is on Probation or Suspension, he or she will
be readmitted within the five-year period under the same Probation or Suspension status. If a student is terminated due to
noncompliance with the Satisfactory Progress policy, re-entry to the school is at the discretion of the school director.

Attendance
All students must attend regularly scheduled classes. All absences must be approved by the school director. When tardy, the student
will report to the instructor in charge. A student will be considered tardy if he/she is five (5) minutes late or later. Credit for time will
be rounded to the quarter hour (applies to Josef’s in Grand Forks and Josef’s West Academy). Fargo location tracks actual time using
a Smart System. If tardy or absent, students are required to call the school before the scheduled school-day start time. Students who
are continually late or absent may lose the privilege of servicing request clients. Habitual tardiness or unexcused absences could result
in suspension. These policies are detailed in material given to students the first day of class.

Make-Up Work
Upon returning to school after being absent, it is the student’s responsibility to contact the instructional staff to determine what
assignments, subject areas, notes and/or tests were given during the student’s period of absence. All efforts will be made by the
instructional staff to help the student attain the current status and progress level expected.

Conduct
Alcohol or drug abuse in the school, failure to abide by the school regulations, or failure to comply with the Satisfactory Progress
policy is all grounds for termination.




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Uniforms
Students are required to furnish their own uniforms. Please check with the school director for details.

Textbooks and Equipment
Your kit of equipment and textbooks will be given to you on your first day of the program. The kit contains the instruments and books
necessary for satisfactory completion of the course. Students must replace lost or broken articles in order to conduct their work
properly.

Grading
Each student is evaluated monthly and receives a report stating academic progress and attendance. Students must maintain a 75%
grade average in theory, practical and clinic worksheets and quarterly examinations. 100-91% is considered excellent, 90-81% is very
good, 80-75% is passing, below 75% is unsatisfactory.

Rules of the School
Rules are enforced by our school director. Our belief is that a well-disciplined student will be a well-disciplined, successful
cosmetologist. Grades and attendance are monitored on a regular basis for your benefit.

Graduation
Cosmetology students must complete 1800 hours of instruction, pass their final practical exam, pass their final theory exam and pass
80% of theory tests with a grade of at least 75% is order to graduate. A diploma will be awarded upon graduation.

General License Requirements
All cosmetologists applying for a license to practice in the state of North Dakota must have satisfactorily completed the required hours
of instruction and received a diploma from a licensed North Dakota Cosmetology school. They must provide evidence of high school
or GED completion and must pass their practical and written exams.

Right to Privacy
It is the school’s policy to guarantee the right of students or parent/guardian of a dependant minor to gain access to their own files.
Students can review their files at any time with a verbal request to the school or to the school director. Josef’s also allows a
parent/guardian of a dependant minor to give written permission for the release of student-file information to a third party. The school
does not need written consent to release student-file information requested as party of a legal request or for accreditation purposes. In
all other instances the school will not release information about individual students without written permission from the student.

School Closures
Josef’s School of Hair Design is closed for the following recognized national holidays and special days: New Years Day, Memorial
Day, Fourth of July, Labor Day, Thanksgiving Day and the day after, Christmas Day and the day after. Special time off must be
approved by the school director. Unexpected closures will be announced by local media.

Additional Hours: For each additional day a student is here past their contract date, there will be a $25 fee per day for
the remaining days needed to complete the hours. The additional hourly fee may be waived by the school director only
with circumstances warranting such a waiver.




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Grounds for Termination
         1.   Alcohol and drug abuse in the school.
         2.   Failure to abide by the school regulations and school rules.
         3.   Failure to comply with the Satisfactory Progress Policy.

Refund Policy
          1. If a student (or in case of a student under legal age, his parent or guardian) cancels his/her enrollment an demands his/her
money back, in writing within (3) business days of the signing of an enrollment agreement or contract, all monies collected by the
school shall be refunded with the exception of the non-refundable application fee of $50.00. The cancellation date will be determined
by the postmark on written notification, or the date said information is delivered to the school administrator/owner in person (applies
whether or not the student has started training).
          2. If a student cancels his/her enrollment after the three (3) business days after the signing, but prior to entering classes,
he/she shall be entitled to a refund of all monies paid to the school less the $50 enrollment fee. If the school is permanently closed and
no longer is offering instruction after a student has enrolled, the student shall be entitled to a prorata tuition refund. If a course is
canceled subsequent to a student's enrollment, the school shall at its option: (1) provide a full refund of all monies paid; or (2) arrange
for the completion of the course.
          3. In case of personal illness or disabling accident, death in the immediate family, or other circumstances beyond the control
of the student, the school will determine and present a settlement offer that is reasonable and fair to both parties.
          4. The following schedule for tuition adjustments is used for all students who enroll and begin classes:
          Percentage time to total time of course                           Amount of total tuition school shall receive or retain
                    0.01 to 4.9%                                                     20% Retained or Received
                       5 to 9.9%                                                     30% Retained or Received
                      10 to 14.9%                                                    40% Retained or Received
                      15 to 24.9%                                                    45% Retained or Received
                      25 to 49.9%                                                    70% Retained or Received
                      50 and Over                                                   100% Retained or Received
          4a. The Return of Title IV Funds Policy shall be used to calculate funds returned by Josef’s to the student for all first time
students receiving Title IV funds who discontinue (see Josef’s Financial Aid Officer for more information).
          5. If a student is rejected by the school for enrollment, the applicant shall be entitled to a refund of all monies paid with the
exception of the non-refundable $50 application fee.
          6. Any monies due applicant/student shall be refunded within 45 days after cancellation or termination. 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.
Formal termination by the school shall occur no more than 30 days from the last day of physical attendance. Formal termination
determined by the school will be based on attendance and grades as stated in the satisfactory progress policy.
          7. A student on an approved leave of absence notifies the school that he/she will not be returning. The date of withdrawal
shall be the earlier than the date of expiration of the leave of absence or the date the student notifies the institution that the student will
not be returning.
          8. If a student withdraws from the course of study, the school will deduct a $100 administrative fee from the institutional
charges (tuition, fees, etc.) used to calculate a refund.

Collections Policy
Within 30 days of receiving the school’s discontinuation notice with an amount owed to the school, the student must contact the
Financial Aid Director to make payment arrangements. If a student fails to do so, the account will be turned over for collection.




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                                                    Leave of Absence Policy
Josef’s School of Hair Design may grant a leave of absence to an enrolled student in satisfactory standing with medical circumstances
considered to be beyond the student’s control. Only cosmetology, massage or aesthetics students are eligible to apply. An approved
leave of absence may be a minimum of two weeks (70 hours) and no more than two months (280 hours). The leave of absence may
not be taken intermittently.


Procedure
    a.    The student must apply for a leave of absence in advance as soon as possible, unless unforeseen circumstances prevent the
          student from doing so.
    b.    The student must submit in writing a signed request for a leave of absence to the Director of Operations, stating the reasons
          for the request, the effective date, and the return to school date.
    c.    The request must be accompanied by a letter from a certifying professional (physician, physician’s assistant or nurse
          practitioner). The letter must be on official letterhead and must include the diagnosis, the limitations it imposes on the
          student and a reasonable estimation of the recovery time. Josef’s School of Hair Design reserves the right to verify
          qualification of the certifying professional.
    d.    The Josef’s School of Hair Design Leave of Absence Review Committee (consisting of the Director of Operations, the
          Finance Director and another Josef’s official) will notify the student in writing of its decision.
    e.    The student must return to school on the determined date or will be terminated. The student may return earlier than the date
          on the request but no later. It is the student’s responsibility to keep track of their return date.
    f.    A student placed on a leave of absence is not eligible to receive student services.
    g.    The student must also contact the Finance Director unless unforeseen circumstances prevent the student from doing so. The
          student’s financial aid will be put on hold until they return to school. A leave of absence will not affect the 150 percent
          maximum completion time for Title IV financial aid funding.
    h.    If the student chooses to not continue the course, the student will be required to withdraw by following Josef’s Withdrawal
          Policy. Once withdrawal notification is given, the Title IV refund calculation will be processed according to the last day of
          attendance. It will also affect their grace period.
    i.    A student’s anticipated graduation date will be recalculated upon return from a leave of absence.


                                                     STUDENT SERVICES

Student Advising
Student advising in the areas of assistance with enrollment, financial aid, testing, evaluation and assistance in completing school
records is available.

Job Placement
Our schools maintain a job placement service which is available to our students. While we do not guarantee placement following
graduation, reasonable effort will be made to assist the student with completion of job applications or resumes.

Financial Aid – Available to those who qualify
     1.   Federal Pell Grant: This is the first step in financial aid. Before applying for a Stafford Loan, you must apply for a Pell
          Grant. The Pell Grant is government-supplied money which does not have to be repaid. The program is based on the
          student’s need and the available funds.
     2.   Federal Subsidized Stafford Loan: This loan is also need based. The maximum loan amount is $3,500 and the Federal
          Government pays the interest while the student is in school. Repayment begins six months after the student’s last day of
          attendance. The minimum payment is $50 per month with a maximum of 10 years to pay in full.
     3.   Federal Unsubsidized Stafford Loan: This provides dependant and independent students with funds to help meet their cost of
          education. The maximum amount is $6,000.
     4.   Federal PLUS loan: The PLUS loan provides parents with the funds to help meet the cost of attendance. The student must
          have an unmet need after applying for other types of financial aid.




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To Apply
    1.   Go to www.fafsa.ed.gov for your free application.
    2.   Complete the online application and include the school code for your school(s) of choice.

Josef’s School of Hair Design in its instruction, admission and graduating policies, practices no discrimination on the basis of sex,
race, creed, religion, financial status, country, or area of origin or residence.

Josef’s reserves the right to withhold transcripts from student under certain circumstances, such as defaulting on a loan.

         Our Financial Aid Director is here to help you – call her with any questions at 800.201.0012


                                          JOSEF’S SCHOOL OF HAIR DESIGN
                                             RULES AND REGULATIONS

Attitude
Your attitude is so important throughout your education and your career! Skills can be taught, rules can be written, but your attitude,
personality and self discipline in refining your skills and developing your professionalism are developed within yourself. A good
attitude and self discipline paves your path to success!

Attendance Guidelines
• Each student is responsible for punching their own time card prior to the start of the school day. Monday - 11:30 a.m. Tuesday
  through Friday – 9 a.m.
• Each student is to be ready for class at that time. Students are responsible for their own books, pens, pencils, etc. These items are
  to be brought to class each day. Students not in school by 9:05 a.m. will not be allowed to enter Theory class.
• If a student is going to be late or absent, it is the students’ responsibility to call the school prior to the start of the clinic floor
  opening. Students must speak with an instructor. Monday – before 12 p.m. Tuesday – Friday – before 9:30 a.m.
• Students who are continually tardy or truant could be faced with termination.
• A written doctor’s excuse is required for absences due to illness.
• It is the student’s responsibility to punch out before leaving the school at any time.
• Students should not leave the school except at meal breaks.
• If a student is absent the day of an exam, he/she must make it up within one week upon return. After this, a grade of zero will be
  automatically given.
• Special and emergency time off must be approved by the school director.

Theory, Basic and Advanced Class Conduct
• Be prepared for class. Students are responsible for their own notebooks, pens, pencils and any other requirements for class. If the
  student is not prepared for class, they will be asked to leave the class.
• No food or beverages are allowed in the classroom or on the clinic floor. Talking and sleeping during class will not be tolerated.
  This behavior may result in the student’s removal from the class.

Withdrawal
To officially withdraw from Josef’s School of Hair Design, the student must initiate the withdraw process either verbally, or in writing
with the School Director. The tuition refund policy will apply to withdrawn students.

Student Lounge and Scheduled Breaks
• The student lounge is for students only. Students may be in the lounge during designated lunch periods and scheduled break times
  only.
• Lunch is prescheduled for each student. The student will take his/her lunch at the scheduled time only. Breaks are 15 minutes long
  in the morning immediately after theory class and in the afternoon between 2 and 2:30 p.m. Breaks taken outside of the time must
  be cleared with an instructor.
• It is the responsibility of all students to keep the lounge area clean.




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Shop Management Duties
• All students will participate in daily cleanup.
• It is each student’s responsibility to keep their own work station and surrounding area clean and sanitized.
• Stations will be inspected daily to ensure proper sanitation.

Complaints and Staff Contacts
All complaints and concerns will be written and submitted to the director. Under no circumstances are phone calls to staff members’
homes allowed.

Clinic Floor Guidelines
 • No gum, food or beverages are allowed on the clinic floor at any time.
 • Every service that is performed on a client must be checked by an instructor prior to the client leaving.
 • It is the student’s responsibility to walk the client to the front desk after the service is completed.
 • If you need assistance with a client, you must get an instructor. Students teaching students is not allowed. THIS IS A STATE
   LAW.
 • Lock your station to protect valuables and equipment. Your station and equipment must be clean and sanitized at all times.

Front Desk and Appointment Guidelines
•    Do not change appointments without an instructor’s approval.
•    The office phone is for business. No personal phone calls are allowed for students. Messages will be taken.
•    Students will remain with their client until the service is completed and the client has paid.
•    Never leave the front desk unattended.
•    Students cannot refuse a client. Refusal to take a client will result in the student being asked to leave school for the remainder of
     the day.

Other School Policies
•    A full kit of equipment must be maintained at all times. Students are responsible for any lost or broken equipment.
•    Josef’s is not responsible for lost, stolen or damaged items.
•    Credit for work will be granted only when work is performed and completed by the student.
•    Any student found guilty of theft or cheating will be terminated.
•    It is the student’s responsibility to report their current address and phone number to the school director.
•    Tuition is paid on the first Tuesday of each month.
•    Curriculum cards and daily ledgers must be kept up to date.
•    Credit for time will be rounded to the nearest quarter hour. (Grand Forks and Josef’s West Academy only.)
•    Any display of unprofessional conduct will result in termination (examples – foul language, drugs, alcohol, theft, poor attitude,
     disrespect, etc.).

Physical Demands of Practicing Profession
An individual should be in stable mental health with the ability to cope with stress, pressure, praise and criticism that may
occasionally occur while working with people and doing more than one activity at a time. The individual must put the desires of the
client ahead of his or her personal desires.

Working Conditions
Cosmetologists are employed in some of the most beautiful and pleasant environments. The décor of most salons consists of mirrors,
music and pleasing colors.

Safety Requirements
The most dangerous aspect of a career in Cosmetology is working with the chemicals used in many of the products in the industry. If
used incorrectly, the chemicals could harm the cosmetologist and/or client. Instruction of proper procedures is provided in school and
on the product packaging to prevent any occurrence of harm. Some individuals experience allergic reactions or irritations from
product chemicals used in the industry. Precautions can be taken in many instances to prevent or lessen the severity of these
reactions/irritations.




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                         Josef’s School of Hair Design Application for Admission

Name ______________________________________________Social Security #_________________________

Address___________________________________________________________________________________

City________________________________________________State___________Zip Code _______________

Phone ___________________________________________Date of Birth____________ Age______________
Will you be applying for financial aid? _________Email Address ____________________________________
Sex: ___ Female ___ Male            Marital Status______________________ No. of Dependants ___________

Parent or Guardian__________________________________________________________________________

Schools or colleges previously attended      Dates attended and/or graduated
____________________________________________ ________________________________________
____________________________________________ ________________________________________

   Previous to or upon enrollment, applicant must provide Josef’s School of Hair Design with the following:
       1. A copy of birth certificate
       2. A copy of high school diploma or GED or item #3
       3. Educational Requirement Form (see back) signed by school principal
       4. Payment of $100 ($50 Enrollment Fee and a Non-refundable Application Fee of $50)

                        Josef’s West Academy, 4501 15th Avenue SW, Fargo, ND
For:  Cosmetology 1800 hour program
       2010 Start Date:  January 12  March 16  May 11  July 13  September 14  November 16
      Skin Aesthetic 600 hour program
       2010 Start Date:  February 1  June 7  October 4

                         Josef’s School of Hair Design, 627 NP Ave, Fargo, ND
For:  Cosmetology 1800 hour program
       2010 Start Date:  January 12  March 16  May 11  July 13  September 14  November 16


              Josef’s School of Hair Design, 2011 S. Washington Street, Grand Forks, ND
For:  Cosmetology 1800 hour program
       2010 Start Date:  January 12  March 16  May 11  July 13  September 14  November 16

     Skin Aesthetic 600 hour program  Massage Therapy 750 hour program
      2010 Start Date:  February 1  June 7  October 4

     Nail Technology 350 hour program
      2010 (Contact School Director for Start Date)  __________________________

                             Please complete the back side of this application


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Select the next statement that applies to the program you are enrolling in:

 I hereby certify that I have enrolled as a student at Josef’s School of Hair Design for the study of a 1800 hour Cosmetology course
to be completed in twelve consecutive months, unless otherwise arranged or by special permission from the Board.

 I hereby certify that I have enrolled as a student at Josef’s School of Hair Design for the study of a 600 hour Skin Aesthetic course
to be completed in four consecutive months, unless otherwise arranged or by special permission from the Board.

 I hereby certify that I have enrolled as a student at Josef’s School of Hair Design for the study of a 750 hour Massage Therapy
course to be completed in six consecutive months, unless otherwise arranged or by special permission from the Board.

 I hereby certify that I have enrolled as a student at Josef’s School of Hair Design for the study of a 350 hour Nail Technology
course to be completed in three consecutive months, unless otherwise arranged or by special permission from the Board.

Applicant ________________________________________________________________________Date___________________

                                                Josef’s School of Hair Design
                                                  Acknowledgement Form

I have received the following information from Josef’s School of Hair Design prior to my enrollment.
___ School brochure
___ Financial Aid information
___ Placement rates
___ Physical demands of practicing the profession
___ Safety requirements for the profession
___ Licensing rates
___ Compensation a successful graduate may reasonably expect

Applicant________________________________________________________ Date_____________________

  This form must be returned with the application form when applying at Josef’s School of Hair Design.

                                        North Dakota State Board of Cosmetology
                                            Educational Requirement Form

Date_________________________

This is to certify that ______________________________ of ______________________________________
                        (Student’s Name)                      (Location including State)
Completed High School/GED (circle one) on ____________________________________________________

_____________________________________________                        __________________________________________
Name of School                                                        Present Name if changed
_____________________________________________                        __________________________________________
Signature of Official                                                 Present Home Address




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                               Josef’s School of Hair Design Application for Admission
                                       PART TIME NIGHT PROGRAM ONLY

Name __________________________________Social Security#__________________

Address_________________________________________________________________

City______________________________State___________Zip Code _______________

Phone __________________________Date of Birth____________ Age______________

Will you be applying for financial aid? __Email Address__________________________

Sex: ___ Female ___ Male                  Marital Status__________ No. of Dependants ______

Parent or Guardian________________________________________________________________

Schools or colleges previously attended      Dates attended and/or graduated
____________________________________________ __________________________
____________________________________________ __________________________

    Previous to or upon enrollment, applicant must provide Josef’s School of Hair Design with the following:
           1. A copy of birth certificate
           2. A copy of high school diploma or GED or item #3
           3. Educational Requirement Form (see back) signed by school principal
           4. Payment of $100 ($50 Enrollment Fee and a Non-refundable Application Fee of $50)


                                Josef’s West Academy, 4501 15th Ave. SW, Fargo, ND

For:  Cosmetology 1800 hour NIGHT program
       2010 Start Date:  May 11  September 14


 I hereby certify that I have enrolled as a student at Josef’s School of Hair Design for the study of a 1800 hour Cosmetology course
to be completed in eighteen consecutive months, unless otherwise arranged or by special permission from the Board.
 I hereby certify that I have enrolled as a student at Josef’s School of Hair Design for the study of a 600 hour Skin Aesthetic
course to be completed in seven consecutive months, unless otherwise arranged or by special permission from the Board.

Applicant_____________________________________________________Date___________________



                                    Please complete the back side of this application




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                                       Josef’s School of Hair Design
                                         Acknowledgement Form

I have received the following information from Josef’s School of Hair Design prior to my enrollment.
___ School brochure
___ Financial Aid information
___ Placement rates
___ Physical demands of practicing the profession
___ Safety requirements for the profession
___ Licensing rates
___ Compensation a successful graduate may reasonably expect

Applicant______________________________________ Date_____________________

                 This form must be returned with the application form when applying at
                                     Josef’s School of Hair Design.




                                 North Dakota State Board of Cosmetology
                                     Educational Requirement Form

Date_________________________

This is to certify that __________________________ of __________________________
                        (Student’s Name)                (Location including State)
Completed High School/GED (circle one) on ____________________________________________________

________________________________________________________________________
Name of School                                 Present Name if changed

_____________________________________________ _________________________
Signature of Official                         Present Home Address




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Josef’s School of Hair Design   Josef’s West Academy   Josef’s School of Hair Design
627 NP Avenue                   4501 15th Ave. SW      2011 South Washington St.
Fargo, ND 58102                 Fargo, ND 58103        Grand Forks, ND 58201
701-235-0011                    701-478-6292           701-772-2728
~Cosmetology                    ~ Cosmetology          ~ Cosmetology
                                ~ Skin Aesthetics      ~ Skin Aesthetics
                                                       ~ Massage Therapy
                                                       ~ Nail Technology




                                www.jsohd.com
                                1.800.201.0012

                                                                           4/15/2010



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