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Tuition and Fees
|Cosmetology/Barber Tuition (2,000 hours)||$13,500|
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These amounts include all courses needed to complete school requirements for your State License. The cost of the State exams, as well as your licensing fees, are your responsibility and will be paid directly from you to the appropriate agency.
Students may find additional consumer information about American Beauty Academy at http://nces.ed.gov/ipeds
More consumer information, as well as comparisons with other schools may be made at http://nces.ed.gov/collegenavigator
U.S. Department of Labor’s Standard Occupational Classification codes of the occupations that our program prepares students to enter:
- 39-5011 Barbers
- 39-5012 Hairdressers, Hairstylists, and Cosmetologists
- 39-5091 Makeup Artists, Theatrical and Performance
- 39-5092 Manicurists and Pedicurists
- 39-5093 Shampooers
- 39-5094 Skincare Specialists
You can find the occupational profiles by entering the SOC code in the U.S. Department of Labor’s web site by clicking here: http://www.onetonline.org/find/
Our most recent Annual Report states that we have 83.8% placement rate, 86.2% completion rate, 96.6% pass fail rate.
American Beauty Academy charges $13,500 for tuition, $1,250 for student tools and textbooks, and $50 for the application fee.
Students may estimate the cost of their attendance by using the Net Price Calculator.
The median loan debt incurred by students who completed our program is $11,138 for Title IV loans and $10,250 for private education and other loans.
Code of Conduct for Education Loans:
American Beauty Academy prohibits a conflict of interest with the responsibilities of any of its employees with respect to private education loans. The following activities are prohibited:
- Revenue sharing arrangements with any lender;
- Receiving gifts from a lender, guarantor or loan servicer;
- Contracting arrangement providing financial benefit from any lender or affiliate of a lender;
- Directing borrowers to particular lenders or refusing or delaying loan certifications;
- Offers of funds for private loans;
- Call center or financial aid office staffing assistance; and Advisory board compensation