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Admissions

Enrollment is open to career minded people who hope to enter the hairstyling field. The basic requirements for enrollment are:

ADMISSION POLICY

Entrance is open to career-minded people who, in the opinion of the school staff, would be able to obtain and utilize the skills taught for employment. Candidates are screened and tested to determine their capabilities, career potential and desire to complete the course and work in the field.

The school admits, as regular students, persons with a High School Diploma, GED Certificate, or official high school graduation transcripts. Foreign diplomas must be translated and certified to be equivalent to a USA diploma.

Our efforts are directed toward training and providing knowledgeable and well prepared entry level Barber Stylists for all types of hair styling shops.

OBJECTIVES

To prepare students for employment as entry level professional hairstylists, having studied, practiced and demonstrated enough services to be reasonably skillful in haircutting, styling, blow drying, perming, coloring, straightening, shampooing, facials, braids, up-dos, and hair and scalp treatments (non-medical), to prepare students for the Hawaii State Board Barber Examination, having practiced and demonstrated the requirements of the Board and to instill continuous learning to prepare students for basic shop management having practiced and demonstrated management responsibilities. The school does not offer secondary courses with other objectives.

TUITION COST

1500 HOUR BARBER STYLING COURSE

Course
$ 14, 213
12
  • Registration Fee - $25.00
  • Tution - $12, 573.00 @ 8.382 per hour
  • Kit - $975.53
  • State Tax - $639.59 (4.712%)
  • Total - $14, 213.12

INSTALLMENT PAYMENT SCHEDULE

(For those who do not use financial aid)
$ 14, 213
12
  • Registration Fee - $25.00
  • First Day of School - $1, 404.12
  • 8 Monthly Payments of - $1, 598.00
  • Finance Charge - None
  • Total - $14, 213.12
Almost anyone can afford to attend school! Inquire about federal grants and loans for tuition assistance. TO INQUIRE ABOUT FEDERAL GRANTS AND LOANS CALL (808) 533-6596. FINANCIAL AID IS AVAILABLE FOR THOSE WHO QUALIFY.

* Additional Fees
State (DCCA) Fees:
Temporary Work Permit and License
Application -$45.00
Exam Fee – $90.00

  • Prices are subject to change
  • See Refund Policy
  • Prices Effective September 2012

Almost anyone can afford to attend school! Inquire about federal grants and loans for tuition assistance. TO INQUIRE ABOUT FEDERAL GRANTS AND LOANS CALL (808) 533-6596. FINANCIAL AID IS AVAILABLE FOR THOSE WHO QUALIFY.

REGISTRATION FEE AND REFUND POLICY

No money will be accepted from student until it is determined that all entry requisites have been met. The registration fee and all money paid by an applicant will be refunded if requested within (3) days of signing an agreement. For veterans only, $15.00 of the registration fee will be prorated by hours attended over total program hours. An enrollee may interrupt or terminate training by completing the proper form or submitting a written statement to the school’s admission office. The tool kit, once issued, is not subject to refund.

An applicant requesting termination of training shall be charged on an exact prorate of the portion of the course completed . The exact prorating shall be determined of the ratio of the number of hours of instruction completed by the students to the total number of instruction hours in the course. When termination occurs due to prolonged illness, death in the family, or other special cases beyond the control of the student, the school will adjust the refund policy to be fair and equitable to both parties. The student’s last day of attendance shall be deemed the last date of termination. Tuition refunds will be paid within 30 days of termination.

CANCELLATIONS

Applicants should inform the school if they cannot begin training on their scheduled training starting date. An applicant not requesting cancellation by his scheduled starting date will be considered a student only if he begins training. A class could be cancelled for acts of nature, full enrollment or insufficient enrollment.

If this occurs, a student may receive a full refund or apply all money paid to the next starting class. All money paid by applicant will be refunded within three days of the visit to the school.

COMPLIANCE WITH STATE RULES AND REGULATIONS

The Honolulu Barber School Ltd., dba Hawaii Institute of Hair Design, will comply with the licensing regulations promulgated by the Hawaii State Department of Education. The school will maintain permanent records covering the work accomplished by each student so that compliance with applicable standards of instruction and the approved training program can be readily determined. All Board of Health and Barber regulations will be complied with. The school has signed a Statement of Assurance agreeing to take necessary measures to comply with Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964. We are an Equal Opportunity School and do not discriminate on race, color, national origin, age, sex, sexual preference, or gender identity.

APPROVED FOR VETERAN TRAINING

The Hawaii Institute of Hair Design is approved for Veteran training under the GI Bill® for the 1500-hour Barber Styling Program. The school assumes that responsibility for supervising each veteran and evaluating his/her accomplishments. If the progress or conduct of any veteran-trainee is not satisfactory and there is doubt as to the desirability of his/her continuance as a trainee, or if his/her attendance does not conform to the program minimum standards, the school will terminate the veteran’s training immediately. The last date of actual attendance will be reported to the Veterans Administration on the date of termination. Refer to www.gibill.va.gov for questions on veteran’s training and policies. “GI Bill®” is a registered trademark of the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA). More information about educational benefits offered by VA is available at the official U.S. government website at www.benefits.va.gov/gibill.

Any individual who provides a certificate of eligibility for entitlement to educational assistance under Chapter 31, Vocational Rehabilitation and Employment, or Chapter 33, Post-9/11 GI Bill® benefits, shall be permitted to attend or participate in the course of education during the period beginning on the date on which the individual provides the certificate of eligibility, provided that the individual submits the certificate of eligibility no later than the first day of the Course, submits a written request to use such entitlement, provides additional information necessary to the proper certification of enrollment by the School, such as all documents required of all students to qualify for enrollment, and ending on the earlier of the date on which payment from VA is made to the School or 90 days after the date the institution certified tuition and fees following receipt of the certificate of eligibility. The individual shall be responsible for payment to the School any amount owed to the School for any education/fees/tools not covered by the VA education benefit disbursement. The School does not require that any covered individual borrow additional funds to meet his/her financial obligations to the institution due to the delayed disbursement funding from VA under chapter 31 or 33. The School will not impose any penalty, late fees, deny access to classes, library, or any institutional facilities because of delayed VA payment.

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