International School of Cosmetology – Toni & Guy Hairdressing Academy centers its curriculum around the philosophy that learning is best conducted in settings where students acquire hands-on experience and experimentation enhances learning. To encourage creativity, school instructors require students to mix colors by themselves without instructor assistance.
Each student spends a different amount of time in the classroom. This is determined by experience and student ability. Remaining classroom instruction time is spent performing clinical work, participating in monthly advanced courses, or studying for state licensure tests. Since people visiting a Toni & Guy Hairdressing Academy typically request color and cut treatments, students also spend a lot of time perfecting this technique. As a result of this training, graduates are able to establish a large clientele shortly after graduating.
During initial classroom instruction, students learn about the latest cuts, classic color collection, and newest trends. Students learn via live instruction, video instruction, and textbook assignments.
While working on the floor, TONI and GUY Hairdressing Academy also prepares students to pass the state licensure exam. To adequately prepare students, instructors assign practical assignments based on state board study sheets.
|General Information:||(480) 994-4222|
|Type of Institution:||2-year private academy|
|Awards Offered:||1-year certificate|
One but less than two year certificate
|Campus setting:||Midsize City|
|Number of Students:||435 (435 undergrad)|
|Ratio of students to faculty:||28 to 1|
Tuition & Fees
|Estimated Expenses for Academic Year||2008-’09||2009-’10||2010-’11||2011-’12||% change 2010-’12|
|Tuition and fees||$13,600||$14,560||$16,100||$16,100||0.00%|
|Books and Supplies||$1,800||$1,800||$2,000||$2,000||0.00%|
|Living Arrangement – Off Campus|
|Room and Board||$5,376||$5,394||$5,394||$5,556||+3.00%|
|Total Expenses||2008-’09||2009-’10||2010-’11||2011-’12||% change 2010-’12|
|In-state Off Campus||$23,728||$24,718||$26,458||$26,710||+0.95%|
|In-state with Family||$15,400||$16,360||$18,100||$18,100||0.00%|
|Full-time Beginning Undergraduate Students|
|Type of Aid||Students||Percent||Amount||Average Per Student|
|All students financial aid||147||61%|
|Grant or scholarship aid||67||28%||$203,883||$3,043|
|• Federal grants||67||28%||$203,883||$3,043|
|• Pell grants||67||28%||$203,883||$3,043|
|• Other federal grants||0||0%||$0|
|Local and state government scholarships or grants||0||0%||$0|
|Institutional scholarships or grants||0||0%||$0|
|Student loan financial aid||79||33%||$511,841||$6,479|
|• Federal student loans||79||33%||$511,841||$6,479|
|• Other student loans||0||0%||$0|
All Degrees and Programs
|Program Completions for Most Recent Year||BA/BS||MA/MS||Doctor||AA/AS||CERT|
|Total of All Programs||–||–||–||–||195|
|Personal and Culinary Services||–||–||–||–||195|
|Cosmetology, Barber/styling, and Nail Instructor||–||–||–||–||–|
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