Full policies and disclosures as related to the Panama City Campus.
Our mission is to educate, train and prepare students to successfully pass the State Board of Cosmetology Examination and to excel in the field of Cosmetology and to find gainful employment.
The institutions in their admission, instruction and graduation policies practice non-discrimination on the basis of race, color, creed, religion, sex age, financial status or ethnic origin. The Elite School of Cosmetology does not recruit students already attending other cosmetology institutions.
The following are the requirements of the State of Ohio and Elite School of Cosmetology.
Submit a FREE Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA):
Code of Conduct for Student Loans
The Elite School currently participates in the Federal Direct Loan Program as the only source of student loan funding. The Elite School is not affiliated with any bank in any way.
The Elite School's officers, employees, and agents do not receive compensation, gifts, or other rewards from any lending agency for any reason, including consulting or advising any lender or financial institution.
We maintain a placement service, which is available to graduating students and past graduates. We do not guarantee employment. Area salon owners and managers contact the school and leave information about job opportunities currently available. A placement service form is filled out and placed on a student bulletin board. If possible, we arrange for salon owners and managers to speak to the senior class when they are looking for new employees.
We offer a wide range of services that will help you achieve personal and professional growth and academic success. Individual advising sessions are available to assist you with academic, personal, professional and career related concerns. Students have access to advising from member's of the school's staff, including referral to professional assistance when necessary.
The following documents detail the school's policies on drug addiction and campus security.
Panama City Campus Drug and Security Document
Gainful Employment Consumer Disclosures
Per United States Department of Education a recognized occupation is defined by Occupational Information Network O*Net SOC Code established by the Department of Labor and available online at http://online.onetcenter.org/.For information on Managing Cosmetology Gainful Employment, click here
Occupations available after the Cosmetology Program (SOC Code 39-5012.00) are: Hairdressers, Hairstylists, and Cosmetologists.
Cosmetology Program Costs
Registration Fee: $100.00
Book Costs: $500.00
Ontime graduation rate for the program is 50%.
Job placement for graduates is 90%.
Median loan debt for students are as follows: