Consumer Information

School code: 042735
Program Codes

COSMETOLOGY - CIP CODE: 12-0401, SOC Code: 39-5012.00

Instructor - CIP CODE: 12-0413, SOC Code: 25-1194.00

Manicure - CIP CODE: 12-0410, SOC Code: 39-5092

Natural Hair - CIP CODE: 12-0401, SOC Code: 39-5012


Text Books

COSMETOLOGY PROGRAM:
Milady’s Standard Cosmetology
Milady’s Standard Cosmetology, Theory Workbook
Milady’s Standard Cosmetology, Exam Review

INSTRUCTOR PROGRAM:
Milady’s Master Educator Student Course Book
Milady’s Master Educator Exam Review


Qualified individuals with disabilities

To comply with our local, state, and federal laws it is Winonah School of Cosmetology policy to make reasonable accommodations for known physical and mental limitations of an otherwise qualified student with a disability. Winonah School of Cosmetology may request confirmation from a doctor stating what limitations a student may have to complete the course.


Financial Assistance Information

Winonah School of Cosmetology accepts Federal Student Aid for those that qualify. To apply please complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) online at FAFSA.gov. Enter Winonah School of Cosmetology’s school code 042735, so that your FAFSA report will be sent to the school for further review.
Federal programs accepted by Winonah School of Cosmetology:
• Pell Grant
• Federal Direct Stafford Loans (Subsidized and Unsubsidized)
• Federal Direct Parent PLUS Loans for Undergraduates

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Family Educational Rights And Privacy Act (FERPA)

Winonah School of Cosmetology requires written authorization from the student, (or parents/ guardians if less than 18 years of age,) before we will release any information about the student to any agency or prospective employer. Student’s records are protected under the Privacy Act and are treated with the utmost confidentiality by all personnel. Access to these records is available to the student or parents/ guardians if less than 18 years of age by appointment under supervision of the school. Governing and accrediting agencies have the right to review records.


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Campus Crime and Safety

All public and private postsecondary institutions that participate in any of the Title IV programs must comply with the HEA (HEA refers only to the Clery Act and other safety- and security-related requirements applicable to institutions under the HEA). The Clery Act requires postsecondary institutions to report campus crime data, support victims of violence, and publicly outline the policies and procedures they have put into place to improve campus safety.



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