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D & S School of Cosmetology llc. 4180 Elizebeth lake rd Waterford, MI 48328 us
Clinic Hours are Tues-Fri 10:30am -1:30pm; Sat 9:30am - 2:00pm
Cosmetology is the cosmetic treatment of the skin, hair and nails. The art of cosmetology is the actual performance of the many beauty cultural practices. To derive the utmost benefit from cosmetology; practical performance, demonstrations and practice are employed in conjunction with the study of theory. We consider this course our Master Course, as it includes all phases of the beauty industry: hair cutting, coloring, design, multicultural techniques, basic skin care, facials and make-up, manicuring and pedicuring. The program is measured by clock hours. 1500 clock hours are required to complete the program. This usually takes a full-time student 12 months to complete.
The schools goal/objective for this course is to provide basic training to men and women who desire to enter the world of Cosmetology. Teaching and to effectively prepare these men and women for their State Board examination for an instructor license as well as prepare them for an entry level position in cosmetology teaching or job related field.
This course prepares licensed cosmetologists to become effectively trained Cosmetology Instructors. It provides well planned basic materials to train competent individuals to teach in schools of Cosmetology. Also, preparing the licensed Cosmetologist to meet the State Board requirement for examination for the Instructor License as well as educational and industry requirements to teach Cosmetology.
The Instructor Course is presented as the art and practice of teaching to help the individual identify resources to stimulate individuals learning, through processes by which teaching can be made effective and inspirational. Instruction in public speaking, audio visual aids, Board of Cosmetology Rules and Regulations, teaching methods, lesson planning and testing/grading are emphasized.
Financial Aid is available to those who qualify, for the Cosmetology program only. Please use the Use the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA®) form to apply for financial aid.
Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA®)
SCHOOL CODE / (OPE-ID): 042709-00
Cosmetology Course of Study 1500 Hours of Instruction
Tuition Fee $14,000
Registration Fee $200
Books & Kit $800
Instructor Course of Study 600 Hours of Instruction
Tuition Fee $3,500
Registration Fee $150
For cash paying students, the tuition and all fees are due and payable in full. However, at the school’s option, for those students that choose to make installment payments a student may pay a deposit upon enrollment (including registration fee and the costs of book and kits), then the tuition costs would be divided up into equal monthly payments of the number of months that the student is contracted for, until the balance is paid in full (prior to graduation or contract ending date; whichever date is first).
If the student must attend beyond the contracted ending date in order to complete the course, he/she must pay a charge equal to; pro-rata hourly the original tuition fee for each hour needed to complete the course. (This charge is defined as extra instructional charges.)
D&S School of Cosmetology reserves the right to change tuition and fees, make subject changes when necessary and make substitutions in Equipment and Supplies without prior notice. Any changes in tuition and fees for enrollment, kit equipment, books and supplies will not affect students with prior arrangements.
Monthly payments are due in accord with the individual’s Enrollment Agreement/Contract. If a scheduled payment is not made within twenty-five (25) days after it is due the unpaid balance shall immediately become payable immediately or the student will be dropped from classes.
Additional fees may apply if they become applicable; Re-enrollment Fee $150.00: Termination/Early Withdrawal and/or Transfer Out Fee $150.00: Change of Course schedule (hours of attendance); A student may change scheduled course hours within the enrollment period without additional charges, (all administrative work must be completed prior to the schedule course change and if applicable the admissions officer must be notified, for it to be effective) All tuition, fees, and over-contract charges must be paid in full prior to the student’s graduation date or the student must have made arrangements with the administrative office for payments. Students requesting a transcript of hours will be charged a non-refundable fee of $2.00 for each transcript requested. Transcripts will be provided, at no cost, to other institutions, agencies, etc., upon request, if the student has made provisions for the school to release information to a third party.
Each student is required to purchase notebook(s), pens, pencil, and marker, lock(s) for locker and any other necessary kit items. Students are required to purchase and wear the required school uniform.
The student will file an application for student registration or re-registration with the State of Michigan – Board of Cosmetology upon enrollment/re-enrollment. The application must accompany a fee of $15.00 (non-refundable check or money order made payable to the State of Michigan – Cosmetology). The student will file an application for Michigan Examination for licensing by PSI Exams upon successful completion of the graduation requirements. The application must accompany a fee of $144 (non-refundable Cashier’s Check, Company Check, Money Order, MasterCard or Visa made payable to PSI Exams. This fee is for examination only. Upon passing the examination the student will be required to file a separate licensure application and fee payable to the State of Michigan – Cosmetology Board for his/her license to be processed.