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When filling out your FAFSA at https://studentaid.gov/ you will find us under J. Michael Harrold Beauty Academy. The Terre Haute school code is 009515. The Avon school code is E40497.

J. Michael Harrold Beauty Academy, Inc. understands that returning to school might feel like a huge undertaking – especially when you need to find a way to pay for it. That’s why we offer financial aid options for students who qualify. All students are strongly urged to apply for Federal Student Financial Aid. This section is designed to help better understand the Financial Aid and to assist in applying for them.

Gathering the Documents Needed to Apply

The FAFSA asks for information about you (your name, date of birth, address, etc.) and about your financial situation. Depending on your circumstances (for instance, whether you’re a U.S. citizen or what tax form you used), you might need the following information or documents as you fill out the FAFSA:

  • Your Social Security number (it’s important that you enter it correctly on the FAFSA!)
  • Your parents’ Social Security numbers and Date of Birth, if you are a dependent student
  • Your driver’s license number, if you have one
  • Your Alien Registration number if you are not a U.S. citizen
  • Federal tax information* or tax returns including IRS W-2 information, for you (and your spouse, if you are married), and for your parents if you are a dependent student: (If you are married, put husband’s name 1st to be able to retrieve information from the IRS data retrieval tool)
    • IRS 1040, 1040A, 1040EZ
    • Foreign tax return and/or
    • Tax return for Puerto Rico, Guam, American Samoa, the U.S. Virgin Islands, the Marshall Islands, the Federated States of Micronesia, or Palau
  • Records of your untaxed income, such as child support received, interest income, and veterans non-education benefits, for you, and for your parents if you are a dependent student
  • Information on cash; savings and checking account balances; investments, including stocks and bonds and real estate but not including the home in which you live; and business and farm assets for you, and for your parents if you are a dependent student

Keep these records! You may need them again. Do not mail your records to us.

*You may be able to have your tax information imported automatically from the IRS into your FAFSA. Learn more about reporting tax information on your FAFSA.

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COSMETOLOGY PROGRAM OUTLINE
COSMETOLOGY (1500 Clock Hours) DESCRIPTION:
The cosmetology consists of all aspects of the beauty culture. You will learn haircutting and styling, manicures, pedicures, facials, make-up and chemical services. With a gradual progression from mannequins to clients, the program builds both confidence and technical ability. The
Cosmetology Program is designed to train the student by instilling a sense of professionalism in each student. It will prepare them to enter the field of Cosmetology as an entry level designer. Students will have the tools necessary to expand into the area of salon owner/manager. This program is measured in clock hours, where the
student receives one clock hour for every clock hour in class.

COSMETOLOGY OBJECTIVES: Upon completion of the Program requirements, determined graduates will be able to project an attitude of poise, professionalism and self-confidence; will have learned how to communicate effectively and interact appropriately with colleagues, supervisors and clients. They will understand the need to
deliver worthy service in an employment environment. They will have the ability to perform the skills necessary to practice cosmetology as a professional and to apply their academic learning and technical information to assure good judgments, decisions and procedures. To ensure continued career success, the graduate will continue to learn new and current information related to skills, trends, and methods for career development in cosmetology and related fields.


REFERENCES: Students follow Milady’s Standard: Cosmetology. A comprehensive library of references, books, texts, DVD’s, audio/video tapes and web-based materials are available to support the program of study and supplement the students’ training. Students should avail themselves of the opportunity to use these extensive
materials.


TEACHING AND LEARNING METHODS: The clock hour education is provided through a sequential set of learning steps that address specific tasks necessary for state board preparation, graduation and job entry level skills. Student Salon equipment, implements, and products are comparable to those used in the industry. Each student will
receive instruction that relates to the performance of useful, creative, and productive career oriented activities. The Programs are presented through comprehensive lesson plans that reflect effective educational methods. Subjects are presented by means of interactive lecture, demonstration, cooperative learning, labs, student salon activities, and
student participation. Audio-visual aids, guest speakers, field trips, projects, activities, and other related learning methods are used in the program.


GRADING PROCEDURES: The qualitative element used to determine academic progress is a reasonable system of grades as determined by assigned academic learning. Academic learning (Theory) is evaluated after each unit of study. Practical assignments are evaluated as completed and counted towards program completion only when rated
as a satisfactory or better. (The computer system will reflect completion of the practical assignments as a 100% rating). If the performance does not meet satisfactory requirements, it is not counted and the performance must be
repeated. Comprehensive practical skills evaluations are given after each assigned Phase Class (e.g. Haircutting, Hairstyling, Textured Services, and Color). There are more advanced class comprehensive practical skills evaluations (e.g. Updo, Basic Braiding and Advance Braids). There are numerous comprehensive practical skills
evaluations during the program of study. Comprehensive practical skills are evaluated according to text procedures and set forth in comprehensive practical skills evaluation criteria adopted by the school. Students must maintain a written grade average of 75% and pass a FINAL written and comprehensive practical skills evaluation prior to
graduation. Students must make up failed or missed tests and incomplete assignments. According to the Indiana Professional Licensing Agency 820 IAC 4-4-8 SCHOOL EXAMINATIONS, all examination shall be passed with at least seventy-five percent (75%).
Theory and comprehensive practical skills evaluations will be graded on a scale from 0 to 100%. To be making satisfactory progress, a student must maintain a minimum overall grade point average of 75% (based on
accumulated theory & comprehensive practical skills examinations). Grading Scale for Written and Comprehensive Practical Skills Evaluations

ACADEMIC PROGRESS EVALUATION work is as follows:

93-100 Excellent
85-92 Very Good
75-84 Satisfactory

74% or below Unsatisfactory
COMETOLOGY ONLY: The SECOND CRITERION to the ACADEMIC PROGRESS EVALUATION is the LABORATORY WORK (PROJECT COMPLETION RATE) Students are assigned a minimum number of practical experiences. The number of performances is equal to the clock hours outlined by the State Board of Cosmetology Examiners. It is to be the minimum requirement only. This is found in your Official Student Progress
report Book from the State of Indiana Board of Cosmetology Examiners. Practical assignments are evaluated as completed and counted toward program completion only when rated as satisfactory or better. (Due to our computer program not able to reflect the % of the number of projects completed at a given number of clock hours, we attach the
Progress Status Chart to every SAP evaluation). If the performance does not meet satisfactory requirements, it is not counted and the performance must be repeated. Laboratory work will be graded by pass or fail. A criterion of each project is posted on bulletin boards and found on back of Student Salon Tickets.
The Progress Status Chart reflects the number of projects in each category that should be completed at specific completed clock hours of training. In order for a student to be making satisfactory progress, a student must maintain a minimum percentage of 75%.
The Progress Status chart grid sheet determines each student’s project completion rate.

Under the grid chart there are 16 categories/columns. Each represent a type of project the student must complete as part of their training. For example, haircuts, manicures, pedicures, etc. (Mnq: = mannequins) – The number of categories the student has
fulfilled with the minimum required completed projects will determine the %.
On the left side of grid there are rows representing the students respective clock hours starting at 500 and increasing every 100 until graduation. When the student connects their current clock hours with the projects they are working on, a number of completions is in that box.

We require that a student’s projects be a consideration in the determination of maintaining satisfactory progress.
The determination is based on required completed project in each category. A minimum of 75% is required.
The number of categories the student has fulfilled with the minimum required completed projects will determine %.
DIRECTIONS FOR GRID:
1. Go to student’s total clock hours on sheet.
2. Place an x by the # of clock hours that is closest to student’s total clock hours.
3. Place the # of projects completed in the progress book on the sheet above the # in each category.
4. Then place an x below the # in each category equal to or above requirements.
5. Add the number of X’s then circle the correct # on percentage scale.

UNIT OF INSTRUCTION: The Cosmetology of study consists of 1500 clock hours. Each of the subjects listed below will be covered in theory and/or practical work. Our curriculum integration embraces not just the interweaving of academics (e.g., theory and demonstration) but also the practical skills (e.g., sanitation and actual
practice) to create a solid connection between the two areas. It is much more effective in relation to each other than to be taught separately. Our procedural approach enables the student to acquire both the knowledge and professional skills to be successful in their career path.


Hair Sculpting (Cutting)
Includes techniques and implements used in razoring, scissors, clippering sculpting, analysis of facial, features, hair characteristics, and client consultation. State Required Projects = 250 Clock Hours = 275


Sanitation, Sterilization, & Safety Procedures/Requirements
Because the Cosmetology field requires us to be in constant contact with the public, it is necessary to practice consistent infection control procedures. This includes methods of sanitation & sterilization of equipment and safety
procedures. Required Dispensaries = 5 (in combination with desk duties) Clock Hours = 40
State Laws & Regulations(Statutes and Rules). Includes rules and regulations pertaining to health, safety, sanitation, professional conduct, and licensing and examination requirements. Clock Hours = 10

Salesmanship, Includes selling to the client, prospecting for clients. State Required Projects = 25 Salesmanship Clock Hours = 10

Management, Includes sales techniques, how to seek & obtain employment, payroll deductions, preparation of employment applications, extensive business management, communication skills, laws, and regulations governing salon operations. Required Desk Duties = 5 (in combination with the dispensary) Clock Hours = 10


Manicuring, Includes consultation, table set up, manicure procedures, structure of the hands and nails, nail diseases, and disorders. Manicure State Required Projects = 25 Clock Hours = 30


Pedicuring
Includes consultation, table set up, pedicure procedures, feet diseases and disorders.
Pedicure State Required Projects = 15 Clock Hours = 20

Hair Removal
Includes consultation, preparation of client, brow arching and waxing procedures of the Eyebrow, Upper Lip and Chin area. Hair Removal State Required Projects = 30 Clock Hours = 15 Anatomy & Physiology. Includes study of the body systems, muscles and nerves of the head, face, and hands.
Clock Hours = 5


Skin (Histology) Includes divisions of skin, functions of skin, nourishment of skin, glands of skin, and lesions of skin. Clock Hours = 5

Hair (Trichology)
Includes functions of hair, types of hair, parts of hair, hair growth composition, analyzing hair, and hair disorders and diseases. Clock Hours = 5

Electricity
Includes safety devices, basic terminology, and electro-therapy. Clock Hours = 5
Chemistry (no prerequisites needed) Includes basic science, chemistry in cosmetics and shampoos. Clock Hours = 10.


Shampooing, Includes cleansing of scalp and hair, use of hair products, scalp examination and manipulations, draping, and diseases and disorders of the scalp. Clock Hours = 35

Scalp Treatment
Includes cleansing of scalp and hair, use of hair products, scalp examination and manipulations, draping, and diseases and disorders of the scalp. State Required Projects = 25 Clock Hours = 20

Facials and Makeup
Includes preparation of client, skin care products, facial procedure, skin conditions, diseases and disorders, facial shapes, features, and makeup application.
State Required Projects = 30 Facials, 15 Make-up Applications Clock Hours = 65


Hair coloring Includes study of law and theory of color, levels and series of hair color, mixing and application for temporary, semi-permanent, permanent colors, bleaching and lightening, dimensional coloring techniques, chemistry, and product information.
State Required Projects = Temporary; Semi-permanent; deposit only/demi-permanent, permanent
Clock Hours = 190


Texture Services, Includes hair and scalp analysis, hair characteristics, consultation, sectioning and wrapping, process of perming, chemistry, permanent wave product information, and products and procedures use to permanently rearrange the basic structure of curly hair to a straight form and vice versa. Demonstration of conventional, double row, etc. wrapping. State Required Projects = 100 Clock Hours = 320


Hairstyling

Includes wet and thermal sets, hair waving, hair pressing, hair braiding and finger wave.
State Required Projects Hairstyling = 400 Finger waves = 20 Clock Hours = 280


Discretionary Clock Hours: These clock hours of training are used to supplement the basic program with classes and practical work at the discretion of school management. Clock Hours = 150. All manicures, pedicures, facials, make-up, and scalp treatments must be done on live models. The above clock hour requirements must be met by each student in each category in order for the earned clock hours to be accepted by the applicable regulatory agency. The generous portion of discretionary clock hours will be applied as needed in the curriculum related areas or if the student desires to specialize in a specific area.

ESTHETIC (700 Clock Hours) DESCRIPTION: Esthetics students receive training in the art and science of the care and beautification of skin. The primary purpose of the esthetician is to train the student in the basic manipulative skills, safety judgments, proper work habits, and desirable attitudes necessary to achieve competency in job entry-level skills and obtain licensure and gainful employment in the field of esthetics or related career
avenue. The program of study includes instruction in chemistry of skin care, anatomy and physiology of the arm, chest, back, and face, conditions and disorders of skin, bacteriology, disinfection, sterilization and sanitation. Facials, waxing & tweezing, make up, and skin analysis, machinery are incorporated by means of theory and
practical application on both mannequins and live models. Also included in the program of study are salon planning, management, salesmanship and retailing. Ninety clock hours of classroom instruction are required before students receive practical, hands-on opportunities to apply skills. Instructional Philosophy: By developing each student
mentally, professionally, and personally each student will leave this class not only with a great knowledge of this field but become a more rounded employee, colleague and over all person. It will prepare them to enter the field of Esthetics as an entry level skin care specialist and will have the tools necessary to expand into the area of salon owner/manager. This program is measured in clock hours, where the student receives one clock hour for every clock hour in class
.

ESTHETIC OBJECTIVES:
The Academy provides education in all phases of esthetics and upon completion of our esthetics program, the student shall demonstrate the ability to pass the State Board Exam and enter a salon or spa with skills needed to successfully service the public. The Esthetician program is designed:
To Develop: Personality skills as well as mechanical skills, marketing and sales skills to become successful.
To Employ: Basic first aid measures, safety precautions, sanitation and sterilization.
To Perform: Facial, Body Scrubs, and Make-up application.
To Practice: Hygiene, good grooming, professional ethics, personality development and good salesmanship
REFERENCES: Students follow Milady’s Standard: Cosmetology. A comprehensive library of references, books, texts, DVD’s, audio/video tapes and web-based materials are available to support the program of study and supplement the students’ training. Students should avail themselves of the opportunity to use these extensive materials.

TEACHING AND LEARNING METHODS: The clock hour education is provided through a sequential set of learning steps that address specific tasks necessary for state board preparation, graduation and job entry level skills.
Student Salon equipment, implements, and products are comparable to those used in the industry. Each student will receive instruction that relates to the performance of useful, creative, and productive career oriented activities. The programs are presented through comprehensive lesson plans that reflect effective educational methods. Subjects are
presented by means of interactive lecture, demonstration, cooperative learning, labs, student salon activities, and student participation. Audio-visual aids, guest speakers, field trips, projects, activities, and other related learning methods are used in the program.

GRADING PROCEDURES: The qualitative element used to determine academic progress is a reasonable system of grades as determined by assigned academic learning. Academic learning (Theory) is evaluated after each unit of study. Practical assignments are evaluated as completed and counted towards program completion only when rated
as a satisfactory or better. (The computer system will reflect completion of the practical assignments as a 100% rating). If the performance does not meet satisfactory requirements, it is not counted and the performance must be repeated. Comprehensive practical skills evaluations are given after each assigned Phase Class. There are more
advanced class comprehensive practical skills evaluations. There are numerous comprehensive practical skills evaluations during the program of study. Comprehensive practical skills are evaluated according to text procedures and set forth in comprehensive practical skills evaluation criteria adopted by the school. Students must maintain a
written grade average of 75% and pass a FINAL written and comprehensive practical skills evaluation prior to graduation. Students must make up failed or missed tests and incomplete assignments. According to the Indiana Professional Licensing Agency 820 IAC 4-4-8 SCHOOL EXAMINATIONS, all examination shall be passed with
at least seventy-five percent (75%). Theory and comprehensive practical skills evaluations will be graded on a scale from 0 to 100%. To be making satisfactory progress, a student must maintain a minimum overall grade point average of 75% (based on accumulated theory & comprehensive practical skills examinations)
Grading Scale for Written and Comprehensive Practical Skills Evaluations ACADEMIC PROGRESS EVALUATION work is as follows:

93-100 Excellent
85-92 Very Good

75-84 Satisfactory
74% or below Unsatisfactory

UNIT OF INSTRUCTION: The Esthetic program of study consists of 700 clock hours. Each of the subjects listed below will be covered in theory and/or practical work. Our curriculum integration embraces not just the interweaving of academics (e.g., theory and demonstration) but also the practical skills (e.g., sanitation and actual
practice) to create a solid connection between the two areas. It is much more effective in relation to each other than to be taught separately. Our procedural approach enables the student to acquire both the knowledge and professional skills to be successful in their career path.

UNIT OF INSTRUCTION FOR ESTHETICS

Subject Theory
Demo
Practice
Actual
Practice
Total
Clock
Hours
Subject Theory
Demo
Practice
Actual
Practice
Total
Clock
Hours
Chemistry of skin care 15 25 40 Hair removal (superfluous
hair)
15 55 70
Physiology and histology 30 30 60 Tweezing, waxing and
depilatories 1)Eyebrow
arching 2) Lip, chin, and
face 3) Leg 4) Body areas
1)Anatomy 2) Skin & Gland
structure & function 3) Conditions &
disorders of the skin 4) Histology of
skin, cells & tissue
Introduction to advanced spa
techniques
10 15 25
Bacteriology, disinfection,
sterilization, and sanitation
15 20 35 1)Exfoliation techniques
2)Advanced techniques
1)Personal hygiene 2) Public health
3)Sanitation, disinfection, and
sterilization 4)Methods and
procedures
Safety precautions 5 15 20
Introduction and operation to skin
care Machinery
20 30 50 1) 1)In skin care
2) 2) Machinery (electrical)
3) Facial treatments
4) Makeup
1)Types of current 2) Purpose and
effects
Professional and personality
development
20 20
Introduction to skin care 15 30 45 1)Professional ethics and
practices 2)Personality
development 3)Personal
attitude and image
1)Facial structure 2) Skin analysis
3)Patron appointments &consultation
Salesmanship, marketing,
salon management, and
retailing
25 20 45
Skin Care 35 120 155 1)Salon development
2)Insurance 3)Client records
1)Massage and cleansing procedures
2)Movements in facial massage
manipulations 3)Mask and packs
4)Message and cleansing hands and
feet 5) Extraction technique
State statutes and rules 10 10
Makeup 15 40 55 Discretionary Clock hours 70 70
1)Contouring 2)Application 3)Color
accent 4)Purpose & effects
5) Supplies & implements
6) Preparation and procedures
7)Eyelash application
Total 300 400 700

All acne treatments, makeup applications, advanced techniques; and waxing must be done on live models. At least fifty percent (50%) of the other services must be done on live models. The actual practice not described above map be on actual customers of the cosmetology school. However, students shall not work on customers of the
cosmetology school until they have completed a total of ninety (90) clock hours. Customers shall be rotated according to students’ needs for practice on live models.
The above clock hour requirements must be met by each student in each category in order for the earned clock hours to be accepted by the applicable regulatory agency. The generous portion of discretionary clock hours will be applied as needed in the curriculum related areas or if the student desires to specialize in a specific area.

GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS:

J. Michael Harrold Beauty Academy will grant a diploma of graduation and Official Transcript of Clock Hours for the applicable program when the student has successfully completed all phases of Study.

For successful completion of All Programs a student must:

  1. Have all theory and comprehensive practical skills evaluations grades of 75% or better.
  2. Successfully pass both Final State written and a final comprehensives practical skill evaluation finals with 75% or better.
  3. Complete the Indiana State Board Progress Report Book for your contracted program.
  4. Completed applicable programs clock hours of training.
  5. Complete all Exit paperwork.
  6. Meet all financial responsibilities due to the Academy.

 

Upon completion you will receive a Diploma Certificate

LICENSE BY EXAMINATION

APPLICATION REQUIREMENTS

Final may be taken prior to meeting financial obligations, but State Board Application will not be filled out until all graduation requirements are met. All written State final exams will be taken at PSI – The exam is $48.00.

 

After successfully completing all graduation requirements which includes the balance of school being paid in full, you will be given an application for State Board Examination. All applications must be complete and accurate upon receipt to be fully processed.

 

All applications must be accompanied by the $40.00 License fee payable to the Indiana Professional Licensing Agency and mail to the attention of: State Board of Cosmetology & Barber Examiners 402 West Washington Street, Room W072 Indianapolis, IN 46204

 Telephone # (317) 234-3031 Email: pla12@pla.IN.gov

Website: https://www.in.gov/pla/

If an incomplete or incorrect examination application is received, it will be returned to the school or the applicant for completion or correction. All documentation must be in English or accompanied by a certified translation in English.

EMPLOYMENT ASSISTANCE POLICY

While the school cannot guarantee employment for graduates, assistance in finding suitable employment is provided by posting area job openings on a career opportunities bulletin board for student to review. Students also receive training in professionalism and job search skills including how to write a resume, complete an employment application, and prepare for an effective interview. The curriculum places a great deal of emphasis on how to obtain and retain employment after graduation. Graduates are encouraged to continue contact with the school and follow up with the school on current employment or employment needs. In addition, the school maintains a network of relationships with professionals and employers who provide mentoring to students while they are in school. Job referrals are made known to interested graduates as available.

Classes begin the first Tuesday of each month for Cosmetology. Classes begin on Monday for the Esthetic program.

The school reserves the right to change the starting months and dates as it becomes necessary.

BOOKS & KIT / LOCKER

The kit contains the instruments and equipment necessary to complete the program.  Students are expected to maintain the kit by replacing lost, missing, or broken items.  The kit should remain in school until graduation. The implements and products provided are to be used on school clients and/or models as assigned in order to develop required skills and speed.  A locker is furnished to each student for personal items.  Students are responsible for their personal property. Books and personal items not in use should be stored in lockers or vehicle. The school is not responsible or liable for lost or stolen items. Students will supply their own padlock for locker and kit.

DRESS CODE

Esthetics: Pastel scrubs only. The esthetics student’s fingernails must be short (clipped, filed & clean). Cosmetologist:  Professional black pants (no jeans). Capri’s or skirt (below knees) must be worn. No inappropriate writings, symbols, or pictures on Tops – no midriffs. No shirts of sheer materials are to be worn. No tank tops no cut off shirts or tops with bare midriffs, low necklines or bare backs are to be worn. Leggings must be covered with an article of clothing that is at least fingertip length.  Rubber sole closed type (no holes) shoes. A uniform smock (one is provided in the equipment student receives at beginning of training) and name badge is always to be worn. Always project a professional image representative of the cosmetology and image industry.

Harrold Beauty Academy is implementing GE rescission final rule.

Campus Crime Report

Cohort Default Rates & Retention Rates – http://nces.ed.gov/collegenavigator

Professional Licensing Agency for the State of Indiana regarding: Renewal, Licensing, Statutes & Rules, Board, Consumer Complaint Process, and Staff Info for the Board – https://www.in.gov/pla/cosmo.htm

J. Michael Harrold Beauty Academy, Inc. cohort default rates outcome rates for 2018 default rate 0%.

Current / 2019 Students Licensure rate 100%
Completion rate 54.90%
Placements rate 78.57%

 

Cosmetology – Terre Haute Statistics 

Current / 2019 Students Licensure rate 100%
Completion rate 52.27%
Placements rate 78.26%

 

Cosmetology – Avon Statistics 

No Statistics recorded yet

 

Esthetics – Avon Statistics 

Current / 2019 Students Licensure rate 100%
Completion rate 71.43%
Placements rate 80%

 

Esthetics – Terre Haute Statistics 

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