PRYOR BEAUTY COLLEGE – CATALOG

PRYOR BEAUTY COLLEGE Developing Cosmetology Professionals with Determination and a will to Succeed. Pryor Beauty College has earned an excellent reputation since opening its doors in 1978. Pryor Beauty College is owned and operated by Freda Poe and Debbie Ailey. The school is conveniently located in the heart of downtown business district. Pryor Beauty College is licensed by the Oklahoma State Board of Cosmetology. Pryor Beauty College offers the community a well trained staff that can assist you in instruction, enrollment, and placement. Pryor Beauty College is located in one-story building with 3,500 square feet and can accommodate 120 students. The facility consists of 1 major clinic area, 38 workstations, 1 large classroom, 1 Demonstration and Mannequin area, Breakroom area, 2 restroom facilities, a library, and an administrative and counseling office. Students will graduate with current techniques in the multifaceted field of Cosmetology. Financial assistance may be available for those who qualify. Pryor Beauty College does not discriminate on the basis of sex, age, religion, race, color or ethnic origin.

National Accrediting Commission of Cosmetology Arts and Sciences 4401 Ford Avenue, Suite 1300 Alexandria, VA 22302 (703) 600-7600 Fax (703) 379-2200 Oklahoma State Board of Cosmetology 2401 NW 23rd, Suite 84, Shepherd Mall Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73107 (405) 521-2441 Fax (405) 528-8310 Office of the State Accrediting Agency of the State of Oklahoma Veterans Memorial Building 2311 N. Central P.O. Box 53067 Oklahoma City, OK 73152 (405) 521-3807 Fax: (405) 522-4551

TABLE OF CONTENTS ADMINISTRATIVE STAFF, MISSION STATEMENT, SCHOOL CALENDAR, ADMISSION POLICY………………………………………………………….……………………………..….2 – 5 TRANSER STUDENT, TUITION……………………………………………………………………6 SATISFACTORY PROGRESS POLICY…………………………………………………………..7-8 APPEALS PROCESS, LOA, MAKE-UP POLICY…………………………………………………..8 GRADING POLICY, STUDENT RIGHTS, GRAD REQUIREMENTS, LICENSING REQUIREMENTS……………………………………………………………………………………9 CANCELLATION – SETTLEMENT POLICY – UNIFORMS………………………………………9 RECORD OF ATTENDANCE, ATTENDANCE POLICY, EXCUSED ABSENCE & TARDY POLICY………………………………………………………………………………….10 RETURN TO TITLE IV………………………………………………………………………….11-12 CURRICULUM FOR PRIVATE SCHOOL……………………………………………..……13,14,15 STUDENT SERVICES, RE-ENROLLMENT PROCEDURE, SETTING GOALS, AND PLACEMENT……………………………………………………………………………………….16 SCHOOL RULES……………………………………………………………………………………17 CODE OF ETHICS………………………………………………………………………………….18 OPPORTUNITIES FOR COSMETOLOGISTS………………………………………………….…19

ADMINISTRATIVE STAFF Debbie Ailey Administrator/Instructor/Owner Freda Poe Financial Aid & Enrollment/Owner Helen Ford Enrollment Freda Hibbs Instructor Carrie Rizley Instructor Megan Tarcewell Instructor MISSION STATEMENT Pryor Beauty College is dedicated to providing each student with a well-coordinated educational program. Students will gain invaluable experience while attending school. Students will graduate Pryor Beauty College with the latest techniques in the multifaceted field of cosmetology. Pryor Beauty College is dedicated to Developing Cosmetology Professionals with Determination and a Will to Succeed. SCHOOL CALENDAR Pryor Beauty College will be closed on the following days: New Years Day January 1 Independence Day July 4 Thanksgiving Day Last Thursday of November Christmas Day December 25 Students will be notified by television media of school closing due to inclement weather. Students may start class Monday of each week. ADMISSION POLICY Have a High School diploma or High School transcript showing a graduation date. Have a recognized equivalent of a High School Diploma such as a home schooled certificate by the state where the student resided during home school or a General Education Diploma (GED) We do not accept the Ability to Benefit criteria Are not currently enrolled at a primary or secondary institution Has a correct social security number. In order to determine eligibility for Title IV funds, student must: Comply with our Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP) policy included in the student catalog. Not be in default on a loan made under any Title IV, HEA loam program Must not have obtained loan amounts that exceed annual or aggregate loan limits made under any Title IV, HEA loan program Not have property to a judgment lien for debt owed to the U.S. Is not liable for a grant from the Federal Perkins loan overpayment Be enrolled at least half time to receive assistance from the Direct Loan program. (The Pell Grant program does not require half time enrollment, but the student’s enrollment status does affect the amount of Pell a student may receive).

Conviction for possession or sale of illegal drugs The college is not required to confirm this unless there is evidence of conflicting information. A conviction that was reversed, set aside or removed from the student’s record does not count, nor does not received when the student was a juvenile, unless he or she was tried as an adult. The chart below illustrates the period of ineligibility for FSA funds, depending on whether the conviction was for sale or possession and whether the student had previous offenses. (A conviction for the sale of drugs includes convictions for conspiring to sell drugs.) If the student was convicted of both possessing and selling illegal drugs, and the periods of ineligibility are different, the student will be ineligible for the longer period. A student regains eligibility the day after the period of ineligibility ends or when he or she successfully completes a qualified drug rehabilitation program. Further drug convictions will make him or her ineligible again. When a student regains eligibility during the award year the college may award Pell for the current payment period Standards for a qualified drug rehabilitation program: A qualified drug rehabilitation program must include at least 2 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 a federally or state-licensed hospital, health clinic or medical doctor Incarcerated Applicants: An applicant is considered to be incarcerated if he or she is serving a criminal sentence in A federal, state or local penitentiary, prison, jail, reformatory, work farm or similar Correctional institution (whether it is operated by the government or a contractor). An applicant is not considered to be incarcerated if he or she is in a half-way house or home detention or is sentenced to serve only weekends. Incarcerated applicants will not be admitted to Pryor Beauty College. Applicants who have been convicted of a felony, but are not currently incarcerated can potentially be admitted after a review by the college. They may receive a license by the state of Oklahoma. Possession of illegal drugs Sale of illegal drugs 1st offense 1 year from date of conviction 2 years from date of conviction 2nd offense 2 years from date of conviction Indefinite period 3rd offense Indefinite period 6 Selective Services Registration: To be eligible to receive Title IV, HEA program funds, a male student who is subject to Registration with the Selective Services must register with Selective Service (a male Student does not have to register with the Selective Service if the student is below the age of 18 or was born before January 1, 1960). Citizenship and residency requirements: Except as provided in paragraphs (b) and (c) of section 668 of Title 34-Education, to be eligible to receive Title IV, HEA program assistance, a student must: Be a citizen or national of the United States or Provide evidence from the US Immigration and Naturalization Service that he or she is a permanent resident of the US or Be in the US for other than a temporary purpose with the intention of becoming a citizen or permanent resident or Be a citizen of the Federated States or Micronesia, Republic of the Marshall Islands, or the Republic of Palau. (These students are eligible under FWS, FSEOG, and Pell programs. These students must be enrolled as a regular student in an eligible program in order to Participate in Title IV. An applicant must complete the entire admissions process as outlined in our catalog. To receive federal aid the applicant must meet the criteria outlined in this policy. TRANSFER STUDENT Students transferring to another cosmetology school may request a written release from Pryor Beauty College. The student will be charged $10.00 for the transfer. Pryor Beauty College accepts all students that are registered with the State Board of Cosmetology. All hours are accepted. TUITION Course Enrollment Equipment Lab Tuition Total Fee & Supplies Fee Tuition Basic Cosmetology: $100.00 $600.00 $2,400.00 $6,200.00 $9,300.00 Manicurist:…………..$100.00 $350.00 $500.00 $4,100.00 $5,050.00 Instructors:…………..$100.00 $325.00 $0.00 $5,075.00 $5,500.00 Other Fees: Transfer Fee: $10.00 Convenient terms are arranged for students who wish to make monthly payments. The Cosmetology course takes a total of 12 months or 50 weeks to complete. Students who are in school more than 13 months or 54 weeks will be charged $5.00 per hour until course is completed. The Manicurist course takes a total of 5 months or 20 weeks to complete. Students who are in school more than 6 months or 24 weeks will be charged $5.25 per hour until course is completed. The Instructor course takes a total of 8-1/3 months or 33- 1/3 weeks to complete. Students who are in school more than 9-1/3 months or 37-1/3 weeks will be charged $3.90 per hour until course is complete 7 PRYOR BEAUTY COLLEGE SATISFACTORY PROGRESS POLICY Satisfactory Progress in attendance and academic work is a requirement for all students. All students must maintain the required academic progress. ATTENDANCE PROGRESS FULL -TIME MAXIMUM TIME: The maximum time a student has to complete this course, excluding any leave time, is 150% of the established program completion schedule. ATTENDANCE: Full-time students, must attend at least 67% of all scheduled class time per month in order to be considered making satisfactory progress and to complete the course within the maximum time frame and 85% of all scheduled hours for veterans. NOTE: A student not completing the course in minimum time will be charged $5.00 Basic, and Instructor $3.90, and Manicurist $5.25 per hour of additional instruction needed to complete the course. PART-TIME MAXIMUM TIME: The maximum time a student has to complete this course, excluding any leave time, is 150% of the established program completion schedule. ATTENDANCE: Part-time students must attend at least 67% of all scheduled class time per month in order to be considered making satisfactory progress and to complete the course within the maximum time frame and 85% of all scheduled hours for veterans. NOTE: A student not completing the course in minimum time will be charged $5.00 Basic,and Instructor $3.90 and Manicurist $5.25 per hour of additional instruction needed to complete the course. ACADEMIC PROGRESS The following factors will be a measure to determine academic progress. Actual Hours Course Length Satisfactory Reports at Basic Cosmetology 1500 hrs. 450, 900, 1250, 1500 hrs. Instructor 1000 hrs. 500, 1000 hrs. Manicurist 600hrs 300, 600 hrs Theory Work (test grades, homework, etc.) Practical Work Laboratory Work Theory Work will be graded according to the following scale: 95 A Excellent 85 B Good 75 C Satisfactory Practical and Laboratory Work will be graded as follows: 95 A Excellent 85 B Good 75 C Satisfactory STUDENTS MUST MAINTAIN A 75% AVERAGE IN THEORY AND PRACTICAL/CLINIC WORK IN ORDER TO BE CONSIDERED MAKING SATISFACTORY PROGRESS. 8 DETERMINATION OF PROGRESS Evaluations of progress will be conducted as shown in Academic Progress SATISFACTORY: Students with a minimum of 75% in theory work and 75% in practical/clinic work, and at least 67% of hours for full time or part-time, and 85% of hours for full-time or part-time veterans. Students meeting minimum requirements at evaluation will be considered making satisfactory progress until the next scheduled evaluation. In order for a student to be considered making satisfactory progress as of course midpoint. The student must meet both attendance and academic minimum requirements on at least one evaluation by the midpoint of the course. Students failing to meet minimum progress requirements will be placed on probation for one month with the opportunity to meet requirements for the next evaluation period. During probation, students are considered to be making satisfactory progress and financial aid funds will be dispersed to eligible students. At the end of the probationary period, the student’s progress will be re-evaluated. If the student is meeting minimum requirements, they will be determined as making satisfactory progress. If the student fails to meet minimum requirements, the student will be terminated from the school APPEAL PROCESS Students who are terminated after failing to achieve minimum requirements may appeal this determination. The student must submit a written appeal to the Director along with any supporting documentation, reasons why the decision to terminate should be reversed, and a request for a re-evaluation of progress. This appeal must be received by the Director within five (5) business days of termination. Should a student fail to appeal this decision, the decision to terminate will stand. An appeal hearing will take place within five (5) days of receipt of the written appeal. This hearing will be attended by the student, parents/guardian (if the student is a dependent minor), the student’s instructor, and the Director. A decision on the student’s appeal will be made within three (3) business days by the Director and will be communicated to the student in writing. This decision will be final. Should a student prevail upon their appeal and be determined making satisfactory progress, the student will be automatically re-entered in the course and financial aid funds will be reinstated to eligible students. LEAVE OF ABSENCE A student returning from a leave of absence or other official interruption of training must return to school in the same satisfactory progress status as prior to their departure. WITHDRAWALS/COURSE INCOMPLETE Any student who withdraws from their contracted course or fails to complete their training will have notice placed in their student file as to progress at point of withdrawal. Incomplete grades will convert to a FFailure if work is not completed within the scheduled time and will impact their GPA. REPETITION A student making satisfactory progress at the point of withdrawal may apply for re-enrollment in the school and will be considered to be making satisfactory progress at the point of re-entry. TRANSFER The college will count the transfer hours that apply towards the student current program in determining satisfactory academic progress. A student that transfers into another program will be considered a transfer student into the new program. Should a student prevail upon their appeal and be determined making satisfactory progress, the student will be automatically re-entered in the course and financial aid funds will be reinstated to eligible students. F-Failure if work is not completed within the scheduled time and will impact their GPA.

CANCELLATION – SETTLEMENT POLICY An applicant rejected by the school shall be entitled to a refund for all monies. If a student (or in case of a student is under legal age, his parents or guardian) cancels enrollment and demands money back in writ- ing or in person within 3 business days of the signed enrollment agreement or contract, all monies col- lected by Pryor Beauty College shall be refunded if an initial payment has been made. The cancellation date will be determined by the postmark on written notification, or the date said information is delivered to the school administrator or owner in person. This policy applies regardless of whether or not the student has actually started. If a student cancels enrollment 3 days after the signed contract, but prior to classes, the student shall be entitled to a refund or all monies paid to the school, minus registration fee of $100.00 for all courses. For student who enrolls in and begins classes, the following schedule of refunds is authorized: Percentage of Time to Amount of Tuition School Total Time of Course Shall Retain or Receive 0.01 to 4.9% 20% Retained or Received 5.0 to 9.9% 30% Retained or Received 10.0 to 14.9% 40% Retained or Received 15.0 to 24.9% 45% Retained or Received 25.0 to 49.9% 70% Retained or Received 50.0% or More 100% Retained or Received REFUND POLICY FOR VETERANS The school has and maintains a refund policy for veterans and other eligible persons enrolled under the provisions of Title 38 that provides a refund for the unused portion of tuition in the event the Title 38 student fails to enter the course or withdraws or is discontinued there from at any time prior to completion. Such policy provides that the amount charged to the Title 38 student for tuition for a portion of the course shall not exceed the approximate portion of the total charges for tuition that the length of the completed portion of the course bears to its total length. An amount not in excess of ten dollars for an established registration fee is not subject to refund. ATTENDANCE POLICY FOR VETERANS IS 85% OF ALL SCHEDULED CLASSES. EXPENDABLE SUPPLIES Pryor Beauty College furnishes all expendable supplies to the student, excluding supplies for personal use. Students are charged for the use of personal expendable supplies at a reduced rate. UNIFORMS Students must look professional. Black smock, hose or socks, and closed toe, low-heeled rubber soled shoes are permitted. Shirts must be tucked in. No sweat shirts, knit material, or sleeveless tops will be allowed. LICENSING REQUIREMENTS All graduates are required to pass the Oklahoma State Board of Cosmetology exam to receive a license to practice in the state of Oklahoma. The exams are administered in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma as scheduled by the Oklahoma State Board of Cosmetology. The registration form is completed by the school certifying the graduation requirements are complete. The graduate is responsible for all costs related to the licensing requirements. In case of student illness or disabling accident, death in the immediate family or other medical circumstances beyond the control of the student, Pryor Beauty College will make a set- tlement which is reasonable to both, if authorized documents are presented by the student or are in the students file and payment arrangements have been made by the student with the administration office prior to the collection proceedings being initiated. Completion of transcription will not exceed $10.00. If a course is canceled subsequent to a student enrollment, the school shall provide a full refund or all monies paid. If the school is permanently closed and no longer offering instruction after a student has enrolled, the student shall be entitled to a refund of tuition. Pryor Beauty College collection policy requires that arrangements be made for payment of accounts. 10 RECORD OF ATTENDANCE A time sheet with the student’s name is used for general attendance records. Attendance records are kept in a permanent file by the school. Any records promulgated by the Oklahoma State Board of Cosmetology will also be kept by the school. ATTENDANCE POLICY 1. Students are expected to attend school Tuesday-Saturday, 9:00-4:00 p.m. Students are allowed a 1-hour lunch period. 2. Students are expected to check in by 8:59 a.m. and be in class before 9:00 a.m. 3. Students are expected to notify the school personnel before roll call in the event of expected tardiness or being absent. 4. Students who miss 2 unexcused academic class periods (9:00-10:00 a.m.) in 1 week will be suspended 1 day as decided by school personnel. 5. If 5 calendar days are missed in 1 month, the student will be suspended from school 3 consecutive days as decided by the school personnel. 6. Students absent from school on Thursday or Friday, the day before or after a holiday, will be suspended for 3 consecutive days as decided by the school personnel. Half days missed will follow the same policy. 7. Students who know in advance that they will need to be absent from school must work out some type of arrangement prior to being absent. 8. The cosmetology course takes a total of 12 months or 50 weeks to complete. Students who are in school more than 13 months or 54 weeks will be charged $5.00 per hour until course is completed. The Manicurist course takes a total of 5 months or 20 weeks to complete. Students who are in school more than 6 months or 24 weeks will be charged $5.25 per hour until course is completed. The Instructor course takes a total of 8-1/3 months or 33-1/3 weeks to complete. Students who are in school more than 9-1/3 months or 37-1/3 weeks will be charged $3.90 per hour until course is completed. EXCUSED ABSENCE The only excused absence is for medical reasons, jury duty, military duty, and death in immediate family. TARDY POLICY Any student who is habitually tardy will be placed on probation and could be suspended from school as decided by the school personnel. At 9:05 a.m. a student is tardy and may not return to class until 10:00 a.m. STUDENT RIGHTS Pryor Beauty College guarantees the rights of the students to have access to their records. The school will provide proper supervision and interpretation of records. Information about a student is released only by written instruction from the student or parent or guardian of a minor student. Students are informed of all calls or requests for information. Students or parents or guardians of a minor student must provide a signed release if they want information released to third parties. The school provides and permits access to students and other school records as required for an accreditation process initiated by the institution or by the National Accrediting Commission of Cosmetology Arts and Sciences, or in response to a directive of the Commission or other government agencies. GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS Completion of the course, the required clock hours are earned, and a final exam with a grade of no less than 75% will earn the student a diploma. The graduate will then be eligible to register with the Oklahoma State Board of Cosmetology to take the state exam for a license to practice in the state of Oklahoma.

RETURN TO TITLE IV The Office of Financial Aid calculates the return of Title IV funds using federal formulas, in writing to complete recovery of Title IV funds to specific program funds, notifies the student of his or her obligation to repay funds if applicable tracks the repayment and refers overpayments to ED. It also offers the student any earned post-withdrawal disbursement and follow procedures and policies pertaining to this indicated in the award notification part of the manual. The date of Pryor Beauty College determination that a student withdrew is identified through faculty input, student’s failure to return from an approved leave of absence, student’s verbal or written notification to any office. In the event of any unofficial withdrawals, Return to Title IV refund must be done within 45 days from the date of determination of such withdrawal. The date of determination must occur within two weeks from the last day of attendance. All students are notified through Pryor Beauty College orientation about the withdrawal process and the student’s rights and responsibilities including how a student reports the intent to withdraw and how the student begins the withdrawal process. WITHDRAWAL DATE The office monitors attendance of all enrolled students. It will contact student via email, phone call and letter. If no response is received within the following week, the school will assume the student has unofficially withdrawn. The office will determine the withdrawal date which would be no later than two weeks from the last day of attendance. However, if the student responds, the official withdrawal date will be the date on which the student notifies the school via any mean of communication. A student who wishes to withdraw from school for compelling personal reasons should notify the college in writing stating the reasons for withdrawal and whether or not the student intends to return at a later date to pursue a program of study. For all clock hours programs attendance roster is mandatory. All documentations for a withdrawn student will be kept on student’s file in the office of financial aid. Pryor Beauty College grants Leave of Absence (LOA) as per regulation of Higher Education Reconciliation Act (HERA) 2006. Students who requires a leave of absence from the program must do so in writing and be approved by the Director prior to leave of program. If a student does not return from his/her LOA, the office will notify the Office of Financial Aid. The school will assume the student has unofficially withdrawn on the following day of the date of return from his or her LOA. This begins the withdrawal process. The office of Financial Aid will complete the Return to Title IV process as per regulations as described in the manual. FORMULA CALCULATION Pryor Beauty College Financial Aid Office is required by federal statute to recalculate federal financial aid eligibility for students who withdraw, drop out, are dismissed, or take a leave of absence prior to completing 60% of a payment period or term. The federal Title IV financial aid programs must be recalculated in these situations. If a student leaves the college prior to completing 60% of a payment period or term, the financial aid office recalculates eligibility for Title IV funds. Recalculation is based on the percentage of earned aid using the following Federal Return of Title IV funds formula: Percentage of aid earned = the number of scheduled hours in the payment period completed up to the student’s last date of attendance as per the school’s attendance records, divided by the total clock hours in the payment period. If this percentage is greater than 60%, the student earns 100% of the disbursed Title IV funds or aid that could have been disbursed. If this percentage is less than 60%, then the percentage earned is equal to the calculated value. Funds are returned to the appropriate federal program based on the percent of Percentage of aid earned = the number of scheduled hours in the payment period completed unearned aid using the following formula: Aid to be returned = (100% minus the percent earned) multiplied by the amount of aid disbursed toward institutional charges. If a student earned less aid than was disbursed, the institution would be required to return a portion of the funds and the student may be required to return a portion of the funds. All Title IV funds that the institution must return will be made no later than 45 calendar days after the date the school determines that the student withdrew.

When Title IV funds are returned, the student may owe a balance to the institution. If a student earned more aid than was disbursed to him/her, the institution must send written notification to the student (or parent for PLUS loan funds) to offer a post-withdrawal disbursement for any amount not credited to the student’s account no later than 30 calendar days after the date that the school determines that the student withdrew . The institution is required to make a post-withdrawal disbursement within 45 days of the student’s date of determination that they withdrew for grants and 180 days of the student’s date of determination that they withdrew for loans. Refunds are allocated in the following order: Unsubsidized Federal Stafford Loan Subsidized Federal Stafford Loan Federal Parent (PLUS) Loan Federal Pell Grant Federal Supplemental Opportunity Grant Other Title IV assistance State Tuition Assistance Grants (if applicable) Private and institutional aid The student The following is a step-by-step process that is followed in all Return to Title IV funds calculations Step 1: Determine the percentage of aid earned by calculating the percentage of the scheduled hours that the student completed. Step 2: Determine the amount of earned aid by applying the percentage to the total Title IV aid that was or could have been disbursed. Step 3: Determine the amount of unearned aid by subtracting earned aid from disbursed aid or determine the amount of a post-withdrawal disbursement by subtracting disbursed aid from earned aid. Step 4: If unearned funds must be returned, determine the schools and the student’s shares; or if a post-withdrawal disbursement is due, determine the sources from which it will be funded. Step 5: If unearned funds must be returned, allocate unearned aid to programs from which student was funded; or if a post-withdrawal disbursement is due, send student applicable notification. Step 6: Return the institution’s share and any funds repaid by the student or refer the student to ED; or make the postwithdrawal disbursement. The department of Education provides return of Title IV funds worksheets in Volume 2, Chapter 6 of the FSA Handbook. It has also developed software that automates the calculation. This software can be downloaded via http:// www.sfadownload.ed.gov/ReturnT4Funds.htm. These are used to calculate all R2T4 calculations. A copy of the worksheet in the event of manual calculation and a computer printout in the event of automated calculation is placed in student’s file for records. The office of financial aid performs all R2T4 calculations as it has all Title IV award and institutional charges information which are required in the calculations. POST WITHDRAWAL DISBURSEMENTS In the event a student is eligible for a post-withdrawal disbursement based on student’s budget, awarded financial aid and Title IV funds and R2T4 calculations, a post-withdrawal disbursement must be made only after the following conditions are met. Student and parents were in most cases verbally notified of the availability of post-withdrawal disbursements by the Office of Financial Aid within one week from the date of R2T4 calculation was performed. Student and parents in most cases verbally notified the Office of Financial Aid within a reasonable time indicating their acceptance of available post-withdrawal disbursement amounts. The reasonable time refers to allowing sufficient time to school to process a post-withdrawal disbursement within the deadlines set by the Department of Education. Student has outstanding institutional charges that are due and wants to pay off those charges by applying his/her postwithdrawal disbursement. Student/Parents completed all necessary paperwork related to such post-withdrawal disbursement within a reasonable time.

OKLAHOMA STATE BOARD OF COSMETOLOGY CURRICULUM FOR PRIVATE BEAUTY SCHOOLS Subject: Basic Cosmetology – 1500 Clock Hours Theory ……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………… 150 Manicuring and pedicuring, including sculpturing nails, tips and other artificial nail application procedures and care ……………………………………………………………………………………………………… 100 Facials and make-up ………………………………………………………………………………………………………….. 25 Scalp treatments ……………………………………………………………………………………………………………….. 15 Shampooing, conditioning and rinses …………………………………………………………………………………. 100 Hair styling, finger waving and dressing or wigs, including thermal and blow drying ……………….. 350 Hair coloring, tints, bleaching and other color treatments ……………………………………………………… 135 Hair cutting, shaping and thinning, razors, clippers, and beard trimming …………………………………. 200 Eye lashes, brow dying and arching …………………………………………………………………………………….. 25 Personality, shop management, unassigned hours for review, examinations, etc. ……………………… 175 Hair reconstructing, permanent waving and chemical hair relaxing ………………………………………… 225 Total Hours: …………………………………………………………………………………………………………………. 1500 Objective: To prepare the student in the basic skills for licensure and practice of cosmetology as prescribed by Oklahoma State Law. Diploma will be awarded upon completion of this course. 14 OKLAHOMA STATE BOARD OF COSMETOLOGY CURRICULUM FOR PRIVATE BEAUTY SCHOOLS Subject: Instructor – 1000 Clock Hours Orientation and review of cosmetology curriculum ………………………………………………………………. 150 Introduction to teaching ………………………………………………………………………………………………………60 Course outline and development, including lesson planning, teaching techniques, teaching aids, and developing, administering and grading examinations ………………………………………………………….. 230 Law, beauty school management and record keeping ………………………………………………………………50 Teaching and assisting in the classroom and clinic ……………………………………………………………….. 250 Practice teaching in the classroom ……………………………………………………………………………………… 260 Total Hours: …………………………………………………………………………………………………………………. 1000 Objective: To prepare licensed cosmetologists for licensure and as instructors of cosmetology as prescribed by Oklahoma State Law. Diploma will be awarded upon completion of this course. 15 OKLAHOMA STATE BOARD OF COSMETOLOGY CURRICULUM FOR PRIVATE BEAUTY SCHOOLS Subject: Manicurist – 600 Clock Hours Bacteriology sterilization and sanitation…………………………………………………………….. 40 Nail sculpture, composition disorders and diseases…………………………………………………. 60 Manicuring and Pedicuring………………………………………………………………………… 160 Artificial Nails………………………………………………………………………………………………………………… 160 Nail Art ….……………………………………………………………………………………………60

Salon development (business administration and law; insurance; professional ethics; record keeping; business telephone techniques; salesmanship; displays and advertising; hygiene and public health) 80 Cosmetology Law, rules and regulations 40 Total Hours: 600 Objective: To prepare the student in the basic skills for licensure and practice as a manicurist as prescribed by Oklahoma State Law. Diploma will be awarded upon completion of this course.

STUDENT SERVICES Counseling, group tutoring sessions, private tutoring sessions, referral to available service help organizations or substance abuse counseling RE-ENROLLMENT PROCEDURE Upon request for re-enrollment a check will be made to see if student is enrolled in any other school and a check about status. A check of any hours accrued at another school and a call to the State Board for the number of hours. All hours logged with the State Board will be accepted. A student who re-enrolls re- ceives the same status they withdrew with. SETTING GOALS These are some of your educational objectives! What you choose to do with your vast education will be up to you and your goals in life. As a cosmetologist you could qualify for most any of these positions. As a manicurist, your choices relate directly to the hands and feet, as a facialist, your career moves are very versatile. As an instructor, teaching, supervising, and possibly owning your own school, are only a few of the many choices in the Cosmetology field. If you love working with people and are willing to devote the time and energy necessary for real success, then this is the field for you! Knowledge combined with determination, devotion, and energy will make your dreams come true! PLACEMENT Pryor Beauty College offers placement assistance for graduates. The graduate is responsible for providing the school personnel office with current information as long as placement assistance is necessary. There is no guarantee of employment provided by this service.

SCHOOL RULES 1. All instruction will come from the instructor. One student is not to advise another in any phase of his/her training. 2. Students must not leave the school at any time without first notifying the school personnel and checking out. 3. Students may not check in and out for each other. 4. Students are assigned weekly duties. Students will perform all duties specified by school personnel. 5. Students must comply with all instruction, direction, and responsibilities at all times. 6. The lunch period is for 1 hour. Students must check in and out. Lunch time is from 11:30-1:00 pm. 7. Gum chewing, eating, etc., is permitted only in the break room. 8. Students must keep work stations and other areas clean and sanitary at all times. 9. School phones are for business purposes only. Personal calls should be limited. Messages will be taken for incoming calls. 10. Students may visit with each other in the break room and not in the presence of patrons. 11. Students may not take anything from the school without permission from the school personnel. 12. Personal items must be kept in your locker. The school is not responsible for stolen items. 13. Students must have hair neatly styled and make-up on before class. 14. Students are allowed one permanent wave or tint free of charge while in school. 15. Students will pay student prices for products used on their hair. Services must be paid for the same day. 16. Absolutely no PROFANE or VULGAR language at any time. 17. Students’ children will be allowed in school for services only. Any family member will be expected to pay full prices for any services. 18. Personal items will be kept for 6 weeks after the student has left school. After that period they will be disposed of. 19. Professional ethics shall be practiced at all times. 20. The use of illegal drugs or alcohol before or during school hours is strictly prohibited. Students found in violation of this rule will be terminated immediately. 21. Smoking is allowed in designated area only.

CODE OF ETHICS

1. This school has as its principal objective the training of qualified cosmetologists to render the best possible service to patrons. 2. This school strives continuously to improve its operations in order to keep abreast with the everchanging developments and new techniques in cosmetology. 3. This school observes all rules and regulations issued by the State Board of Cosmetology and Health Department. 4. This school encourages its instructors to keep abreast of the latest teaching methods in cosmetology in the way of reading educational books and attending teachers’ refresher or advanced courses, workshops, and instructor’s seminars. 5. This school takes part in educational conferences and regional meetings in order to advance the cosmetology profession. 6. This school makes use of acceptable teaching techniques and training aids (such as textbooks, workbooks, films, and other audio-visual aids) in order to provide the best possible training for its students. 7. This school purchases only high grade standard equipment, cosmetics, and supplies to be used for the instruction of its students. 8. This school maintains honest and fair relationships with its staff, students, patrons, state board and other schools. 9. This school advertises truthfully, and makes honest representation to its students. 10. This school refrains from any criticism, which reflects unfavorably on other schools and the cosme- tology profession.

OPPORTUNITIES FOR COSMETOLOGISTS Basic Cosmetologist Hair Stylist Self-Employed Cosmetologist Wig Stylist Owner or Manager of Salon Chain Manicurist Artificial Nail Specialist Skin Specialist Retail Makeup Department Stores Facialist Manufacturer Representative Salon Owner Beauty Products Salesperson Color Analyst Permanent Wave Technician Nail Salon Owner Wig Salon Owner Salon Supervisor Salon Manager Platform Artist Chromotologist Styles Director Wig Specialist Make-up Beauty School Owner Pedicurist Instructor for Manufacturer Demonstrator of Beauty Products Manufacturer of Diversified Beauty Products Manager or Owner of Beauty Supply Store Sales Manager for Beauty Products Manicurist Manicurist Artificial Nail Specialist Nail Salon Owner Styles Director Sales Manager for Beauty Products Pedicurist Instructor for Manufacturer Manufacturer of Diversified Beauty Products Instructor Instructor and all of the above