Hair / Esthetics Program Information

Summit Salon Academy Portland Beauty school Course Overview

This 1950 clock hour course includes Hair Design and Esthetics in addition to all of the subjects listed under Hair Design and Esthetics. You also learn about Safety and Sanitation and Career Development to ensure that you will be able to make the most of your new career. The program will include both theoretical and practical applications of nail The different topics will be presented in a variety of ways to assure a well-rounded and comprehensive curriculum. Guest speakers will be brought in periodically to supplement classroom time. Before graduating all students will spend hands-on training time on our large Salon Services floor.

Traits For Success

*These qualities have been found in successful practitioners: Creativity, Customer-Service Skills, Listening Skills, Stamina, Time-Management Skills

 

Employment

*Overall employment of hairdressers is expected to grow by 14 percent and employment of skincare specialists is expected to grow 25 percent from 2010 to 2020, this is faster than the average for all occupations.

Occupations

*Graduates with this state license go on to become a Hair Stylist, Esthetician, Makeup Artist, Cosmetics & Hair Product Sales, Offices of physicians, Health and personal care stores, High-end hotels.

*Bureau of Labor Statistics, U.S. Department of Labor, Occupational Outlook Handbook, 2012-13 Edition

Student Consumer Information

Federal Student Disclosure Requirements

SOC Code – 39-5012.00
CIP Code – 12.0401
Program Costs: (Tuition, Books, and Fees)
Total Cost: $15,589.00

On-time Completion Rates
Number of students completed in 2010-2011 – 6
Number of students completed in 2010-2011 on-time – 5 (percent complete 83%)

Job Placement Rate for students Completing the Program
2009 Placement Rates (NACCAS) – 78%
2009-2010 Placement Rates (State of Oregon) – 78%

2010-2011 Median Loan Debt Incurred by Student That Completed the Program
Total Cost: $20,000.00 (this is based on our gainful employment figures)

Amendments to the U.S. Higher Education Act requires institutions participating in federally funded financial aid programs make available information about the institution to current and prospective students.