Student Catalog - TONI&GUY Hairdressing Academy

 
Student Catalog - TONI&GUY Hairdressing Academy
Student Catalog
2201 UPTOWN LOOP RD. NE, ALBUQUERQUE, NM 87110 | 505.842.8616 | ABQ.TONIGUY.EDU
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Consumer           Catalog, Volume 12 © 2021
information        2201 Uptown Loop Rd NE, Suite F
                   Albuquerque, New Mexico 87110
                   505.842.8616

                   This catalog is published to inform prospective students about tuition, admissions
                   requirements, and policies. It is current and accurate as of the date shown on the front
                   cover. The school reserves the right to make changes to the catalog; therefore it is for
                   information purposes only. Students are expected to read and comprehend the
                   information in this catalog before class begins.

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Table of Contents

  TONI&GUY Hairdressing Academy .................................................................... 5
    Licensed ..........................................................................................................5
    Accreditation ....................................................................................................5
    Mission ............................................................................................................5
    Goal ...............................................................................................................5
    Commitment....................................................................................................5
    Faculty ............................................................................................................5
    Campus Facility ...............................................................................................5
  Career Opportunities ....................................................................................... 6
    What you can do? ............................................................................................6
    What to Consider .............................................................................................7
  Course Offerings ............................................................................................. 8
  Course Schedules ..................................................... Error! Bookmark not defined.
  Courses/Schedule Changes .............................................................................. 9
  Admissions ..................................................................................................... 9
    Requirements ...................................................................................................9
    Federal Title IV Funds Eligibility ..........................................................................9
    Enrollment Process .........................................................................................12
  Transfer and Re-entry Students ........................................................................ 13
    Transfer and Re-Entry .....................................................................................13
  Financial Obligation ...................................................................................... 15
    Fees ..............................................................................................................15
    Scholarships /Fee Waiver ................................................................................15
  Financing Options ......................................................................................... 16
    Extra Instructional charges ..............................................................................16
    Financial Aid..................................................................................................16
  Withdrawal/Refund Policy ............................................................................... 18
    Refund Policy .................................................................................................18
    Course/Program Cancellation .........................................................................18
    Cooling off period ..........................................................................................18
    How to Withdraw ...........................................................................................18
    Return from LOA ............................................................................................18
    Return to Title IV .............................................................................................19
  Student Services ............................................................................................. 21
    Housing ........................................................................................................21
    Student with Disabilities ..................................................................................21
    Drug Abuse Prevention ...................................................................................21
    OSHA ...........................................................................................................22
    Employment Assistance ...................................................................................22
    Handicap Policy .............................................................................................22
    Evaluations and Academic Advising .................................................................22
    Licensure Requirements...................................................................................22

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Safety Requirements of the Profession ..............................................................22
 How to Vote ...................................................................................................23
 Student Conduct Policy ...................................................................................24
 Grievance Policy ............................................................................................26
 Disciplinary Policies ........................................................................................26
 Disciplinary Appeals .......................................................................................27
 Privacy and Access Policy ................................................................................27
Course Calendar ........................................................................................... 29
Course Curriculum......................................................................................... 30
 Grading Procedures .......................................................................................30
 Instructional Methods......................................................................................30
 Units of Instruction & Hours .............................................................................30
 Reference Material .........................................................................................30
 Cosmetology Program Outline ........................................................................31
 Hairstyling Program Outline ............................................................................32
 Barbering Program Outline .............................................................................33
 Esthetician Program Outline ............................................................................35
 Make-Up Artistry Program Outline ...................................................................36
 Instructor Program Outline ..............................................................................37
 Attendance Policy ...........................................................................................38
 Extra instructional charges...............................................................................39
 Leave of Absence ...........................................................................................39
 Return from Leave of Absence .........................................................................39
 Satisfactory Academic Progress Policy...............................................................40
 Graduation Requirements ...............................................................................43
 Dress-Code and Professional Image ................................................................43
 Infection Control ............................................................................................44
 Learning Participation Guidelines ....................................................................44
 Reproduction of Copyrighted Works .................................................................45
 Sexual Misconduct Policy .................................................................................46
Agreement .................................................................................................... 48

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TONI&GUY Hairdressing Academy
Licensed             TONI&GUY Hairdressing Academy is licensed and authorized to operate as a
                     Cosmetology school by the New Mexico Board of Barbers and Cosmetologists, PO
                     Box 25101, Santa Fe, New Mexico 87504, 505-476-4690 and the New Mexico
                     Higher Education Department.

                     The campus is owned by Urban Academy, LLC, stockholder; Joe LiRosi.

Accreditation        National Accrediting Commission of Career Arts and Sciences
                     3015 Colvin Street, Alexandria, VA 22314
                     703-600-7600
                     naccas@naccas.org.

State                New Mexico Higher Education Department, Private Postsecondary Schools Division
Authorization        2044 Galisteo Street, Suite 4
                     Santa Fe, NM 87505
                     505-476-8400

Mission              “To be a great learning center inspiring creativity and innovation in the beauty industry
                     while preparing graduates for employment. Also, to align ourselves with education
                     companies who, like us, share the highest level of integrity and professionalism and
                     most importantly; have a great time doing it"

Goal                 Our goal is to provide a well-rounded education inspiring future professionals to grow
                     and learn industry techniques and products while guiding & nurturing students through
                     the dynamic process of becoming a licensed professional and successful employment.

Commitment           It is our commitment to provide an ethical managerial and instructional staff, as well as
                     continue to maintain the highest industry standards. We are also committed to
                     promoting goodwill between our school and the community.

Faculty              Our Instructors hold applicable credentials. They also comply with the industry standard
                     professional development policy. Staff and faculty members are:

                     Academy Director – Tammy Hingtgen
                     Director of Federal Aid – Mark Trejo
                     Director of Admissions & Marketing – Xavier Visage
                     Director of Education – Tammy Hingtgen
                     Cosmetology Instructors – Crystal West, Kasi Garcia, Jay Henry, Jenni Smith, Jamie Watts, Mac Cappello
                     Front Desk Coordinator – Anastasia Baca

Campus Facility      TONI&GUY Hairdressing Academy is proud of its state-of-the-art facility, which includes over 12,800sq ft
                     of air-conditioned space, 111-chair Clinic Floor, Classrooms for theory and practical training, Nail
                     Room, Skin Clinic, Student Break Room, and Multi-purpose room.

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Career Opportunities
 What you can             You are at the threshold of opportunity. By applying yourself to the industry, the
 do?                      possibilities become limitless. As you begin, you may not know whether you prefer
                          working with hair or skin however, entering the classroom with an open mind will allow
                          to fine tune your strengths.

                          The following vocations are options you may want to consider upon graduation.

                           Cosmetology                                           Instructor
                           Professional Stylist                                  Educator
                           Makeup Artist                                         Director of Education
                           Nail Technician                                       School Administrator
                           Barbering                                             Esthiology
                           Barber                                                Esthetician/Skin Care Specialist
                           Shaving Specialist                                    Makeup Artist
                           Salon Stylist                                         Salon/Spa
                           All Licenses also qualify for the following:
                           Platform Artist
                           Brand Ambassador
                           Product Representative
                           Retail Expert
                           Salon Owner or Manager
                           State Board Member/Examiner

                          Avenues in these areas of specialization could also include journalism, advertising,
                          marketing, or research and development with the right continuing education and
                          opportunities. Training is the important first step to an enjoyable, successful career in
                          one of the above areas. If you like to work with people, and have the aptitude for the
                          field, a cosmetology education may be a pathway to a secure income and a solid future.

The name of each course and/or program and the name, nature and level of occupations, identified by Standard Occupational
Classification codes (SOC) are as follows:

Cosmetologists 39-5012 - http://www.bls.gov/soc/2010/soc395012.htm Provide beauty services, such as shampooing, cutting, coloring,
and styling hair, and massaging and treating scalp. May apply makeup, dress wigs, perform hair removal, and provide nail and skin care
services. Excludes "Makeup Artists, Theatrical and Performance (39-5091), "Manicurists and Pedicurists" (39-5092), and "Skincare
Specialists" (39-5094).

Skin Care Specialist 39-5094 - http://www.bls.gov/soc/2010/soc395094.htm Provide skincare treatments to face and body to enhance
an individual's appearance. Includes electrologists and laser hair removal specialists.

Make-up Artists 39-5091 - http://www.bls.gov/soc/2010/soc395091.htm Apply makeup to performers to reflect period, setting, and
situation of their role.

Barbers 39-5011 - http://www.bls.gov/soc/2010/soc395011.htm Provide barbering services, such as cutting, trimming, shampooing,
and styling hair, trimming beards, or giving shaves.

Vocational Instructors 25-1194 - http://www.bls.gov/soc/2010/soc251194.htmTeach or instruct vocational or occupational subjects at the
postsecondary level (but at less than the baccalaureate) to students who have graduated or left high school. Includes correspondence
school instructors; industrial, commercial, and government training instructors; and adult education teachers and instructors who prepare
persons to operate industrial machinery and equipment and transportation and communications equipment. Teaching may take place in
public or private schools whose primary business is education or in a school associated with an organization whose primary business is
other than education.

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Career Considerations

What to              TONI&GUY Hairdressing Academy feels that future spa and salon professionals
Consider             interested in pursuing a career in Cosmetology, Barbering, Esthiology or a related field
                     should consider all aspects of such a decision. Persons who want to become
                     professionals in this field must:

                             •   Have finger dexterity and a sense of form & artistry
                             •   Enjoy dealing with the public and be able to follow a client's direction
                             •   Keep abreast of the latest fashions/beauty techniques
                             •   Work long hours while building a personal clientele in order to earn the
                                 desired income
                             •   Make a strong commitment to the educational process and complete the
                                 course of study
                             •   Learn the skills necessary to operate a personal business

                     In addition, future spa and salon professionals should be aware that:
                              • The work can be arduous and physically demanding because of long hours
                                  standing with hands at shoulder level or sitting over a nail technician's
                                  station or esthetician's chair.
                              • A personal investment may be required for advertising and promotions
                                  such as printing of business cards.
                              • There will be exposure to various chemicals and fumes that may cause
                                  allergic reactions or could be harmful if used incorrectly.
                              • The practice of safety and sanitation is essential for effective and successful
                                  performance within the industry.
                              • Methods of compensation vary and may include straight salary, salary plus
                                  commission, straight commission, sliding scale commission, retail
                                  commission or independent contracting (renting space and equipment
                                  from an existing salon).

Career               Overall employment of Cosmetologists, Barbers and Estheticians, is projected
Opportunities        to grow 13 percent from 2012 to 2022, about as fast as the average for all
                     occupations. Growth rates will vary by specialty.

                     Employment of barbers is projected to grow 11 percent from 2012 to 2022,
                     about as fast as the average for all occupations. The need for barbers will stem
                     primarily from an increasing population, which will lead to greater demand for
                     basic hair-care services.

                     Employment of hairdressers, hairstylists, and cosmetologists is projected to grow
                     13 percent from 2012 to 2022, about as fast as the average for all occupations.
                     Demand for hair coloring, hair straightening, and other advanced hair
                     treatments has risen in recent years, a trend that is expected to continue over
                     the coming decade.

                     From the Bureau of labor Statics 2015

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Courses & Duration
License courses                                      Hours                         Completion
                                                                                   3-days/week
        Cosmetology – haircare (cutting,
   ❑    coloring and styling), basic skincare,       1600         appx. 12 months to complete
        waxing, makeup and nailcare

        Barbering – haircare (cutting,
   ❑    coloring and styling) basic skincare,        1200         appx. 10 months to complete
        and shaving

   ❑ Hairstyling  – haircare (cutting,
     coloring and styling)
                                                     1200         appx. 9-10 months to complete

   ❑ Esthiology – advanced skincare,
     waxing and makeup
                                                     600          appx. 6 months to complete

        Instructor (for already licensed
   ❑    Professionals who want to pursue             1000         appx. 8 months to complete
        Education route)

   ❑ Barber   Cross-Over (for already
     licensed Cosmetologists)
                                                     150          appx. 6 weeks to complete

   ❑ State Board Refresher                           150          appx. 6 weeks to complete

Cosmetology/Barber/Hairdressing Schedules
               Schedule                                        Days                           Times
    ❑
                                                 Tuesday & Wednesday                 8:30am-7:00pm &
  3-day
   ❑ (31hrs/wk)
                                                 + Thursday                          8:30am-8:00pm
  *Rio Rancho students start at ABQ campus for the first 3 months of foundational education.
    ❑

Esthiology Schedules
                                                 Monday – Wednesday
                                                 (January, April, July, October)
  3-day (27hrs/wk)                                           OR                        8:30am to 6:00pm
                                                 Thursday – Saturday
                                                 (February, May, August, November)

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Courses/Schedule Changes

Students have the opportunity to change their course and/or schedule within the first 5 days
of their enrollment. The request must be made in writing. After day 5 the following fees apply:

Schedule Change: $1000
Course Change: Will follow the standard institutional refund calculation and all fees will
apply.

Admissions

 Requirements          TONI&GUY Hairdressing Academy does not discriminate in its employment, admission,
                       instruction, or graduation policies on the basis of age, race, color, ethnic origin, creed,
                       religion, sex, financial status, or area of origin or residence nor does the school actively
                       recruit students already enrolled in or attending another institution offering similar
                       programs. Currently, we do not accept the Ability to Benefit criteria.

                       The school requires that each student enrolling must:
                                    • Have GED, High school diploma or high school transcripts showing a
                                       least a completed a 10th grade. Home school students must provide a
                                       state issued diploma.
                                    • Foreign Diploma-Must have evidence that verification of a foreign
                                       student’s high school diploma has been performed by an outside
                                       agency that is qualified to translate documents into English and confirm
                                       the academic equivalence to a U.S. high school diploma
                                    • At least 16 years of Age
                                    • Driver’s license or ID
                       If applying for Federal Aid :
                                     • Copy of social security card
                                     • Completed taxes for the most recent year.

                       TONI&GUY Hairdressing Academy requires no information regarding vaccinations
                       from potential students to attend school.

                       When all documents are obtained, please contact the Admissions Office.
                       Admissions Office-505-842-8646

                       APPLICANTS FOR THE INSTRUCTOR PROGRAM MUST MEET THE ABOVE CRITERIA
                       AND:
                                • Have met all requirements for licensure as a practitioner.

Federal Title IV Funds Eligibility

                In order to determine eligibility for Title IV students must comply with the SAP Policy included
                in this Catalog.
                            • Students must be enrolled at least half time to receive assistance from the
                                Federal Student Loan Programs. Pell programs do not require half-time

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enrollment, but student enrollment status will affect the amount awarded
              Students must certify they have not defaulted on a previous Title IV loan, have
              not exceeded the annual and/or aggregate loan limits and does not have
              property subject to judgment lien for a debt owed to the United States and is
              not liable for a grant of Federal Perkins Loan overpayment.
          •   Pell awards are prorated based on attendance.
          •   TONI&GUY Hairdressing Academy does not provide Campus-based aid
              programs.

       TONI&GUY Hairdressing Academy works with Title IV Federal Student Aid Programs.
       Funding determinations are made directly through those agencies. Federal Title IV
       eligibility is as follows:

          • Student has verifiable Social Security Number
          • Be a citizen or national of the United States; or provide evidence from the U.S.
              Immigration and Naturalization Service that he or she- is a permanent resident
              of the united states; or is in the United States for other than a temporary
              purpose with the intention of becoming a citizen or permanent resident be a
              citizen of the Federated States of Micronesia, Republic of the Marshall Islands,
              or the Republic of Palau is eligible to receive funds under the FSEOG, and
              Federal Pell Grant programs.
          •   All male students age 18 and older (born after 1/1/1960) must complete
              Selective                            Service                          Registration
              Student has no previous Title IV student loan default.
          •   Student has not exceeded annual or aggregate loan limits to date.
          •   Students with a state or federal drug conviction must meet the following
              requirements to be eligible for student aid conviction for possession or sale of
              illegal drugs. A federal or state drug conviction can disqualify a student for FSA
              funds.

              The student self-certifies in applying for aid that he/she is eligible; the Academy
              will only confirm if receive conflicting information. A conviction that was
              reversed, set aside, or removed from the student’s record, received when the
              student was a juvenile, unless she/he was tried as an adult are not considered.

              All other convictions for sale (includes convictions for conspiring to sell drugs)
              and/or possession is subject to the following: The chart below illustrates the
              period of ineligibility for FSA funds. Depending on whether the conviction was
              for sale or passion and whether the student had previous offenses.

                      Possession of illegal drugs                Sale of illegal drug

   1st Offense      1 year from date of conviction         2 year from date of conviction

   2nd Offense      2 year from date of conviction                Indefinite period

   3+ Offense               Indefinite period

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If both offenses apply the student will be ineligible for the longer period

        A student regains eligibility the day after the period of ineligible ends or when he/she
        successfully completes a qualified drug rehabilitation program.
        Further drug conviction will make him/her ineligible again. A qualified drug
        rehabilitation program must include at least two unannounced drug tests and must
        satisfy at least one of the following requirements:

           • Be qualified to receive funds directly or indirectly from a federal, state, or
               local government program.
           • Be qualified to receive payment directly or indirectly from a federally or state-
               licensed insurance company
           •   Be administered or recognized by federal, state or local government agency
               or court.
           •   Be administered or recognized by federally, or state-licensed hospital, health
               clinic, or medical doctor.

Required Documents
All documents required for applying for Federal Aid must be submitted on or before the
orientation day. If additional documents are required by the Department of Education via
the Financial Aid Manager, they must be submitted within 24 hours of request. If documents
are not provided within 24 hours, student may not start or return to school until they come
into compliance.

The student will be notified by either Financial Manager or Admission Manager if additional
documents are required. Student must correct application errors over the website or by
contacting the Federal Aid office.

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Enrollment            To be considered for admissions each applicant must complete the following:
Process

             Action
                     ❑   $100.00 enrollment fee (personal checks or Credit Cards are NOT
                         accepted)
                     ❑   Enrollment Application that includes:
                               • Completed pre-interview form. (Included)
                               • Completed Financial Payment form. (Included)
                     ❑   One full page letter of intent expressing your desire to enter the industry.
                     ❑   Copy of your high school diploma/GED or high school transcripts
                     ❑   Copy of driver’s license
                     ❑   Sign and submit the last page of the student catalog located at
                         Abq.toniguy.edu

             If applying for Federal Aid we also need to bring the following.

                     ❑    Copy of social security card
                     ❑    Copy your current taxes
                     ❑    Copy of parents’ current taxes if you are under age 24 – Dependent status
                     ❑    Copy of the Entrance counseling confirmation page (www.studentloan.gov)
                     ❑    Copy of the Master Promissory Note confirmation page
                          (www.studentloan.gov)
                          (See how to apply for Financial Aid and the above required documents in
                     this packet)

             After Accepted

                     ❑   Money order for $25 made out to NM Board of Barbers and Cosmetology
                         or NMBBC paid on or before the first day of orientation.
                     ❑   Two Passport size photos for Permit provided on or before the first day of
                         orientation (not needed for Make-up students)

             Note: Significant reading, writing and studying will occur during the educational
             experience. You must have a sufficient understanding of the English language in
             order to successfully complete the program.

             Outcome Rates
              Year       Licensing   Placement      Completion

              2016       95.5%       61.5%          62.9%
              2017       96%         60%            70%
              2018       94.8%       63.2           68.5

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Transfer and Re-entry Students

Transfer and        TONI&GUY Hairdressing Academy does accept transfer students from other schools
Re-Entry            and those from other TONI&GUY Hairdressing Academy. Future professionals
                    transferring may be assessed based on clock hours completed and skills assessed in an
                    academic evaluation. The evaluation will consist of practical and written demonstration.

                    Transferring students may be required to satisfactorily complete all of TONI&GUYs
                    Hairdressing Academy’s phases of training based on outcome of practical
                    demonstrations.

                    TONI&GUY Hairdressing Academy may recognize credit for all or part of the
                    applicant’s previous training or work experience provided it is recognized by the New
                    Mexico Board of Barbers and Cosmetologists. Students must be aware that all hours
                    attempted / completed will be applied to the Title IV quantitative requirements of 125%
                    attempted.

                    Transfer students must comply with the class level assigned as a result of the scholastic
                    evaluation. In addition, all such students must meet all regular entrance requirements.
                    If approved for enrollment, tuition will be charge at full rate for the course of study at
                    the time of enrollment plus registration and processing fee.

                    Future professionals who have had prior training outside the State of New Mexico must
                    furnish proof of the number of hours of training and obtain approval from the New
                    Mexico Board of Barbers and Cosmetologists.

                    It is the school’s policy not to recruit students already attending or admitted to another
                    school offering a similar program of study.

                    Transfer of credits to clock hours programs
                    Continuity of the program is essential to the development of the student’s knowledge of
                    the subject and its applications to the profession. Therefore, TONI&GUY does not
                    accept clock hour transfers unless it is deemed appropriate by the School’s Director that
                    the hours are consistent with the School’s course objectives, course by course.

                    The School Director will evaluate an official copy of the prior transcript for any possible
                    transfer of clock hours. In addition to compatibility of prior courses, accreditation and
                    other pertinent factors are taken into consideration. The School will accept up to a
                    maximum of 25 percent of the required contact hours for graduation only if student
                    transfers from another Toni& Guy Hairdressing Academy.

                    Students must be aware that all hours attempted / completed will be applied to the Title
                    IV quantitative requirements of 150% attempted.

                    Transfer of clock hours to credit hours
                    Students who wish to continue their education at other schools must not assume that
                    their clock hours will be accepted by the receiving institution. It is the student’s
                    responsibility to research the requirements of that selected school.

                    Students must be aware that all hours attempted / completed will be applied to the Title
                    IV quantitative requirements of 150% attempted.

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Withdrawn, Withdrawn Failing, Transfer of Credits
     If a student withdraws prior to the mid-point in a course, the student receives a “W” and
     the GPA is not affected. If a student withdraws after the mid-point, the student receives
     a “WF” and receives zero points for the course. This is included in the GPA. Transfer
     of credit courses does not affect the GPA.

     Re-Entering
     Former students of TONI&GUY Hairdressing Academy who wish to re-enter, must
     request approval from the school administration. The request will be reviewed and a
     decision made within 30 days of the request. Students who re-enter within thirty (30)
     days of the original official withdrawal date will be charged for hours remaining. The
     settlement calculation for the former enrollment will be adjusted to reflect charges for
     scheduled hours attended. Students will be responsible for any balance owed for the
     former enrollment.

     Students who re-enter more than 30 days after the original exit date may be evaluated
     scholastically in the same manner as a transfer student to determine class level
     assignment. Full tuition rates current at the time of re-entry will apply. Arrangement
     for satisfactory payment of any applicable balance owed under the previous
     enrollment(s) must be made prior to re-entry. Students who withdraw from enrollment
     two times may not be considered for re-enrollment. Contract periods and attendance
     percentages will be calculated based on hours remaining in the re-entry contract.

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Financial Obligation

Fees (subject to change without notice) -- Fees do not include tax

A $100 Registration Fee is due with submission of Enrollment Application for all programs:

 License course                           Student Kit                     Tuition             Total
                                                                                              Tax Excluded

    Cosmetology                           $2,500                          $15,500             $18,000

    Barbering                             $3,000                          $12,000             $15,000

    Hairstyling                           $2,000                          $12,000             $14,000

    Esthiology                            $1,500                          $7,700              $9,200
                                          $1,000 TG Alumni or                                 $11,000/
    Instructor                                                            $10,000
                                          $2,500 Non-TG                                       $12,500
    Barber
        r Cross-Over                      $1,000                          $2,000              $3,000

    Refresher                             $500                            $2,000              $2,500

  Scholarships

An automatic scholarship will be added to all contracts varying by program. The scholarship will be awarded
post-graduation if all curriculum requirements are met including 80% or above on your test and quizzes and a
90% monthly attendance.

Cosmetology $2,500
Barbering   $1,500
Esthiology  $1,000

 Scholarships /Fee   All and any scholarships will be applied only if the student completes the program in its entirety,
 Waiver              completed all graduation requirements, maintains a 90% attendance average monthly and has
                     paid all and any balances due.

                     If student does not complete the program or any other requirements, all scholarships offered
                     will be considered null and void.

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Financing Options

 ❑ Financial Aid – visit www.studentaid.gov (not available for certification or workshop courses)
 ❑ VA Benefits-visit www.benefits.va.gov/gibill/
 ❑   TONI&GUY Financing
       • 0% interest Payments-starts first month of class (must be paid off before completion of course)
              • Includes Tuition, Student Kit, and Tax --- excludes $100 Enrollment fee
              • Down payment must be made prior to beginning enrollment
                                                                  Monthly Payments
                          Down Payment          # of Additional                                   Total
        Course                                                       Due first Tuesday
                          Before class starts     Payments                                 (Including Tax @7.88%)
                                                                       of the month
  Cosmetology               $2,158.37                 8           $2,158.37              $19,425.38
  Barbering                 $2,011.23                 7           $2,011.23              $16,089.88
  Esthiology                $1,986.47                 4           $1,986.47              $9,932.38

  Credit union
          Check with local credit unions for personal loans
             • Mountain America Credit Union Student Loan Program

  Credit Card
             • 5% fee – additional

 Extra Instructional     Each course had been scheduled for completion within an allotted time frame (see Class
 charges                 Calendar section for more information). If a student exceeds the amount of days after
                         contract end date, the student must pay $10 an hour after the contract end date. See
                         Attendance policy for example

 Financial Aid           Federal student aid is available to qualified students. Those that qualify may be awarded a
                         Pell grant, Direct subsidized and/or Unsubsidized Stafford loans, and/or Direct Parent Plus
                         loans. In order to be considered for aid, a student most complete a FASFA (Free Application
                         for Federal Student Aid), which is available at www.fafsa.ed.gov. The amount of financial
                         aid that a student may be awarded is based on a student’s EFC (Expected Family
                         Contribution), which is determined by his or her FAFSA application.

                         All students using Title IV loans are required to complete Entrance Counseling, which can
                         be completed at www.studentloans.gov. Generally, students are expected to have
                         completed Entrance Counseling prior to Orientation. No student is eligible to receive Title
                         IV loans funds until Entrance Counseling is complete.

                         All students using Title IV loans are required to sign a master promissory note (MPN). An
                         MPN can be signed online at www.studentloans.gov. Any student planning to receive funds
                         from a Parent Plus loan must also have a Parent MPN on file. A parent MPN may be signed
                         at the aforementioned link. Paper MPNs are available upon request.

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Students are also required to complete Exit Counseling prior to his or her Title IV aid file
        being released for graduation; students should complete this requirement by visiting
        www.studentloans.gov. Students that withdraw from the school are also required to
        complete Exit Counseling.

        The financial aid office is available to assist in the collection of verification documents, the
        completion of Entrance and Exit Counseling, as well as the signing of a Master Promissory
        Note.

        Some students enrolled at the school may be eligible to receive living expenses through the
        receipt of Title IV funding. Students eligible to receive living expenses are eligible because
        they have more award money available to them than tuition, supplies, fees, taxes, and any
        other charges that may be due to the school. Title IV disbursements are released as a student
        progresses satisfactorily through his/her program; living expenses are released as a result
        of these funds being in excess of amounts owed to the school. In almost all circumstances,
        living expense funds come from loan funds and must be paid back.

        Students Selected for Verification
        Certain students who have completed a FAFSA may be selected for verification; all students
        selected for verification are required to submit relevant (and requested) income and/or tax
        information to the Financial Aid Office in order to be Title IV eligible. Students selected for
        Verification will generally be given notice of this prior to a student’s first day of class (also
        known as “Orientation.”) If a student’s FAFSA is found to be selected for Verification post-
        Orientation, the Financial Aid Office will provide the student with written notification within
        two business days of being aware of the selection; such notification will outline directions
        and required documentation needed to complete the verification process. Upon the student
        receiving this notification from the Financial Aid Office the student will have five business
        days to submit the required documentation needed to satisfy verification. If the required
        documentation is not received within this time frame, possible delay or forfeit of federal aid
        may occur.

        If there are differences between the information listed on your FAFSA and your verification
        documents, the Financial Aid Office will make corrections to your FAFSA for you. If your
        EFC (Expected Family Contribution; used to determine your Federal aid package) changes
        as a result of these corrections, the Financial Aid Office will notify you via written notification,
        in the form of an updated Award Letter; This notification will occur within one to two months
        of you starting class.

        In the event of a student’s award package changing due to Verification and an overpayment
        occurs, the school will return any funds that are due back to the Department of Education
        on                          the                     student’s                      behalf.

        Students may contact the financial aid office in person or by phone at 505-842-8485
        regarding questions about verification, Entrance and Exit Counseling, Master Promissory
        Notes, and other general inquiries regarding student financial aid. Students may make
        appointments to meet with a representative from the financial aid office for longer inquiries.

        For additional Information please call the financial aid office at 505-842-8485

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Withdrawal/Refund Policy
Refund Policy         For students who enroll and begin classes, but withdraw or are terminated prior to course
                      completion (after three business days), the following schedule of tuition earned by the school
                      applies. Refunds are calculated based on scheduled hours not actual hours.

                                    Scheduled Time Enrolled (hours)               Percentage owed to School (tuition)
                                     0.01% to 10%                                  10%
                                     10% to 25%                                    50%
                                     25% to 49.9%                                  75%
                                     50% and over                                  100%

                          •   Application fee of $100 is non-refundable
                          •   Applicants not accepted by the school shall be refunded all monies paid to the school.
                          •   A student or legal guardian cancels the contract and demands his/her money back in
                              writing, within three business days of signing the enrollment agreement regardless of
                              whether the student has actually started training. All monies collected by school are
                              refunded except a nonrefundable application fee.
                          •   Students who withdraw or terminate prior to course completion will be charged a
                              separate cancellation fee of $150.00.
                          •   All extra costs, such as books, equipment, graduation fees, etc. which are not included
                              in the tuition price are stated in the contract and any non-refundable items are
                              identified. Such costs may be deducted from the contracted program cost prior to
                              applying the tuition adjustment calculation.
                          •   Any monies due the applicant or student shall be refunded within 45 days of formal
                              cancellation or withdrawal date.

Course/Program        If a course and/or program is canceled subsequent to a student’s enrollment, and before
Cancellation          instruction in the course and/or program has begun, the school will provide a full refund of all
                      monies paid

                      If a school cancels a course and/or program and ceases to offer instruction after students have
                      enrolled and instruction has begun, the school will participate in a Teach-Out Agreement.

                      If a school closes permanently and ceases to offer instruction after students have enrolled, and
                      instruction has begun, the school must make arrangements for students. The school will
                      participate in a Teach-Out Agreement.

Cooling off           If student cancels the contract after three business days of signing, but prior to entering classes,
period                a student is entitled to a refund of all monies paid to the school less an application fee, if
                      applicable.

How to Withdraw       To obtain an applicable refund, a withdrawing student must contact the administration office in
                      writing, attend an exit interview, and complete all required exit paperwork. The formal
                      cancellation date will be determined by the postmark on written notification; the date said
                      notification is delivered to the school in person, or 14 days after the last day of attendance or the
                      scheduled return date from an approved Leave of Absence.

Return from LOA       A student on an approved leave of absence notifies the school that he or she will not be returning.
                      The date of withdrawal determination shall be the earlier of the scheduled date of return from
                      the leave of absence or the date the student notifies the institution that the student will not be
                      returning.

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Return     This policy applies to all recipients of Federal Title IV Financial Aid Funds and is in addition to the Refund
to Title   Policy as student that are no longer attending the Institution may still owe funds to the school to cover
IV         unpaid tuition. Additionally, the school may attempt to collect any funds from a student that the school
           was required to return.

           The calculated amount is referred to as "Return of Title IV Funds" (R2T4) and does not dictate the
           institutional refund policy. The calculation of Title IV funds earned by the student has no relationship to the
           student’s tuition. All students subject to this policy are determined according to the following definitions
           and procedures, as prescribed by regulation.

           The school has 45 days from the date the school determines the students withdrew to return all unearned
           funds for which it is responsible. The school will notify the student via a written notice of the amount of
           funds that must be returned. The school will advise the student and/or parent that they have 14 calendar
           days from the date the school sent the notification to accept a post-withdrawal disbursement. If a
           response is not received from the student and/or parent within the permitted time frame or the student
           declines the funds, the school will return any earned funds that the school is holding to the Title IV
           programs. All post-withdrawal disbursement must occur within 90 days of the date the student withdrew.

           Withdrawal before 60%:
           The school must perform a R2T4 calculation to determine the amount of earned aid up through the 60%
           point in each payment period and use the Department of Education’s prorate schedule to determine the
           amount of R2T4 funds the student has earned at the time of withdrawal. After the 60% point in the
           payment period or period of enrollment, a student has earned 100% of the Title IV funds he or she was
           scheduled to receive during the period. The school will still perform a R2T4 to determine the amount of
           aid that the student has earned.

           Withdrawal after 60%:
           For a student who withdraws after the 60% point-in-time, there are no unearned funds. However, the
           school will still calculate eligibility for a post-withdrawal disbursement.

           Calculating R2T4
           Title IV funds are earned in a prorated manner on a per diem clock hour basis up to the 60% point in the
           payment period. Title IV aid is viewed as 100% earned after that point in time. The School is required to
           determine the earned and unearned Title IV aid as of the date the student ceased attendance based on
           the amount of time the student was scheduled to be in attendance.

           In accordance with federal regulations, when Title IV financial aid is involved, the calculated amount of
           the R2T4 Funds" is allocated in the following order: Unsubsidized FFELP loans, Subsidized FFELP loans,
           Unsubsidized Direct Loans, Subsidized Direct Loans, Federal PLUS loans, Direct PLUS loans followed by
           Federal Pell Grants. The calculation steps are outlined in the following example:

                   1. Calculate the percentage of Title IV aid earned by the student by taking the hours scheduled to
                   complete in the payment period, divided by the total hours in the payment period (excluding
                   breaks of 5 days or more AND days the student was on an approved LOA)
                                     210 (scheduled hours) = 42% (% of payment period)
                                      500 (total hours)
                   2. Calculate the amount of Title IV aid earned by the student by multiplying the percentage of
                    Title IV aid earned times the total of the Title IV aid disbursed plus the Title IV aid that could have
                    been disbursed for the payment period.

                                  46.6 % X $2,805.00 = $1,307.13 (Amount of aid earned by student)
                   3. If this amount is greater than the total Title IV aid disbursed for the payment period, a Post-
                   Withdrawal Disbursement will be calculated; if the amount is less than the amount of Title IV aid
                   disbursed, the difference will be returned to the Department of Education.

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Post Withdrawal Disbursement
If a student has not received all of the funds that are earned, a post-withdrawal disbursement may take
place. If the post-withdrawal disbursement includes loan funds, a student’s permission will be required
before disbursement The school encourages a recipient to decline some or all of the loan funds to avoid
incurring additional debt. The school may automatically use all or a portion of the students Post-
withdrawal disbursement (including loan funds, if you accept them) for tuition and fees.

When the school is not required to return all of the excess funds, the borrower must return the remaining
amount in accordance with the terms of the promissory note.

Any amount of unearned grant funds that a student must return is called an overpayment.
The amount of a grant overpayment that you must repay is half of the grant funds you received or were
scheduled to receive. Students must make arrangements with the school or the Department of Education
to return the unearned grant funds.

Earned AID:
Title IV aid is earned in a prorated manner on a per diem basis (calendar days or clock hours) up to the
60% point in the semester. Title IV aid is viewed as 100% earned after that point in time. A copy of the
worksheet used for this calculation can be requested from the financial aid director.

In accordance with federal regulations, when Title IV financial aid is involved, the calculated amount of
the R2T4 Funds" is allocated in the following order:

    •   Unsubsidized Direct Loans
    •   Subsidized Direct Loans
    •   Federal PLUS loans
    •   Direct PLUS loans
    •   Federal Pell Grants

TONI&GUY Hairdressing Academy’s responsibilities in regard to the return of Title IV funds follow:
providing students with the information given in this policy;
    • identifying students who are affected by this policy and completing the Return of Title IV Funds
        calculation for those students;
    • Returning any Title IV funds that are due the Title IV programs.

The student's responsibilities in regard to the return of Title IV funds include:
     • Returning to the Title IV programs any funds that were disbursed to the student and which the
         student was determined to be ineligible for via the Return of Title IV Funds calculation.
     • A student may rescind his or her official notification of intent to withdraw on the Withdrawal Form
If you have questions about your Title IV program funds, you can call the Federal Student Aid Information
Center at: 1-800-4-FEDAID (1-800-433-3243) TTY users may call: 1-800-730-8913
Information is also available on Student Aid on the Web at www.studentaid.ed.gov

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Student Services
Housing             TONI&GUY Hairdressing Academy does not provide institutional housing for
                    attending students. However, if an applicant needs assistance in finding local
                    housing, the school will refer the applicant to an appropriate agency.

Student with        Students with disabilities may apply to TONI&GUY for consideration for reasonable
Disabilities        accommodations. Under regulatory requirements TONI&GUY Hairdressing Academy
                    can provide reasonable accommodations for students with disabilities including
                    intellectual disabilities. Accommodations can include additional time for test taking,
                    assistance with reading test questions, etc.

                    Student must make request in writing to the Directors Office. The student must be able
                    to provide documentation upon request to support the requested accommodation(s)
                    due to a disability or intellectual disability. Documentation can be provided from a
                    former assessment (students high school counselor), doctors or an internal assessment
                    from an institutional instructor.        Student must note that any professional
                    documentation to support your request will be at the students expense.

                    Once all supporting documentation has been received, the institution will evaluate
                    requests within 5 days. Once a determination has been made it will be presented in
                    writing as to the outcome of the students request as to whether the institution can make
                    requested accommodations. If additional services are require as a result to granting a
                    reasonable accommodation an additional fee may be assessed.

                    Student should also be aware that when they take the state examination that these
                    accommodations may not be granted by the state accrediting and licensing agency. It
                    is the student responsibility to contact them to request any testing accommodations.

Drug Abuse          The unlawful manufacture, distribution, possession or use of a controlled substance or
Prevention          the unlawful possession and use of alcohol is wrong, harmful and prohibited by the
                    TONI&GUY Hairdressing Academy or as part of any of its activities. Drug and alcohol
                    abuse prevention and counseling is available to all students and staff upon request.

                    This policy strictly prohibits the illegal use, possession, manufacture, dispensing, or
                    distribution of alcohol, drugs or controlled substances in the workplace, on its premises,
                    or as a part of all school sponsored activities. A violation of this policy is considered a
                    major offense, which may result in requirement for satisfactory participation in a drug or
                    alcohol rehabilitation program, referral for criminal prosecution, and/or immediate
                    disciplinary action up to and including termination from employment and suspension or
                    expulsion from the school. A criminal conviction is not required for sanctions to be
                    imposed upon an employee or student for violations of this policy. Violations of
                    applicable local, state and federal laws may subject a student or employee to a variety
                    of legal sanctions including but not limited to fines, incarceration, imprisonment and/or
                    community service requirements. Convictions become a part of an individual's criminal
                    record and may prohibit certain career and professional opportunities.

                    For more information please see the school’s Drug Free School Policy, which is published
                    as part of the school’s Annual Security Report, a copy of which can be obtained from the
                    school’s Director on-site or by calling (505) 842-8778, or from the school's website at
                    https://abq.toniguy.edu.

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OSHA              The United States Department of Occupational Safety and Health Administration requires schools to
                  advise students of the chemicals used in cosmetology and related training. During Orientation,
                  students will learn about the importance of safety in the workplace and how to use and follow the
                  Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS) for chemicals used in cosmetology or related training. During
                  each unit of study students are apprised of the various chemicals used and safe practices that apply.
                  In addition, a complete file containing MSDS for the chemicals used at the school is available in the
                  administration office.

Employment        TONI&GUY Hairdressing Academy does not guarantee employment upon graduation, however,
Assistance        assistance in finding suitable employment is provided by posting career opportunities from industry
                  professionals. Students also receive training on how to seek employment that includes writing a
                  resume, completing an employment application, preparing for an interview, etc.

Handicap Policy   TONI&GUY Hairdressing Academy does not discriminate in its admissions or other policies against
                  handicapped persons. The licensing requirements for courses offered at the Academy may restrict
                  some applicants. Questions regarding licensing requirements and the physical demands of the
                  industry may be answered by the campus administrator and the NM Board of Barber and
                  Cosmetology.

Evaluations and   Students are advised regarding progress and achievement on a monthly or every two months
Academic          depending on program. Advisement regarding licensing regulations, reciprocity, and continuing
Advising          education opportunities is available to students. The administration office has a list of agencies for
                  referral if a student needs assistance. Student strengths and areas needing improvement are
                  identified and plans for needed improvement are discussed.

Licensure         Cosmetology/Barbering/Esthiology
Requirements      Any person is eligible to receive a license as a Cosmetologist/Barber who submits proof that he is
                  at least 17 years of age; has an education equivalent to the completion of the second year of an
                  approved high school; has completed the required clock hours in an approved school for the
                  applicable course; has paid the required fees; and has passed the examination conducted by the
                  Board to determine his fitness to receive a license.

                  Instructor
                  Any person is eligible to receive a license as an Instructor who submits proof that he is at least 17
                  years of age; has an education equivalent to the completion of an approved four year high school;
                  has completed an instructor course of 1000 clock hours or two years of work experience; has paid
                  the required fees and has passed the examination conducted by the Board. Instructors in the State
                  of New Mexico must obtain twelve clock hours of continuing education every year for license
                  renewal. A Provisional Instructor License may be awarded to a licensee who has three years of
                  documented work experience, but such license will become void after two renewals if the licensee
                  has not taken and passed the Instructor examination and obtained a regular license.

Safety            All persons interested in the cosmetology profession should be aware that certain chemicals used in
Requirements of   nail products, permanent waving, conditionings, straightening and relaxing are hazardous to the
the Profession    health. Also, some chemicals are common to the preparation. People who feel they may have an
                  allergy to one of these chemicals should seek the proper medical advice prior to entering the
                  profession.

                  Prolonged exposure to some hair and nail chemicals may be hazardous and cause irritation, so
                  special care must be taken. Industry professionals must also be aware of sanitation procedures

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concerning the use and care of instruments, sanitation and hygiene, chemistry, basic anatomy and
              physiology, and recognition of certain skin ailments.

              Safety Requirements of the Profession (Instructor)
              Certain safety requirements must be followed for the safety of all. The instructor at a school is
              responsible for instructing students on these requirements. Health and safety guidelines must be
              followed in accordance with OSHA regulations.

How to Vote        You may register in person at:

                   Office of the County Clerk
                   1 One Civic Plz NW #6007
                   Albuquerque, NM 87102-2167
                   (505) 768-4085

                   You may request a voter registration application be mailed to your residence. These forms
                   are available at county clerk’s offices or at the Secretary of State’s Office. Pursuant to the
                   Help America Vote Act, if the voter registration application is submitted by mail and it is the
                   first time you have registered in this county or the state of New Mexico, you must submit a
                   copy of a current valid photo ID or a copy of a current utility bill, bank statement, paycheck
                   or other government document that shows your name and address in this county. Submitting
                   this identification information will allow you to avoid being required to show personal
                   identification at the polling place on Election Day.

                   You may register to vote when applying for a new or renewed driver’s license, when applying
                   for certain public assistance or services, at public libraries, colleges and universities.

                   You may register at any organize voter registration drive or with any Third-Party Voter
                   Registration Agent

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