De Wolffs College of Hair Styling and Cosmetology Inc.

MISSION OF THE SCHOOL

The College has, as its principal mission, the training of qualified cosmetologists, Estheticians, Manicurist/Estheticians, Manicurist/Pedicurists, and Instructors. To prepare them to pass the State Board Examinations; render good service to patrons; to conscientiously prepare them to be an asset to their future employers; Presenting an organized approach to students and patrons by constantly endeavoring to improve the operation by encouraging staff to attend clinics, seminars, etc., to keep abreast with the ever-changing developments and techniques in all phases of industry.

LICENSED

The college is licensed and authorized to operate as a cosmetology school by the New Mexico State Board of Barbers and Cosmetologists.

ASSOCIATIONS

The College and or its faculty belong to the following organizations:
National Association of Accredited Cosmetology Schools

Albuquerque Chamber of Commerce
New Mexico Association of Student Financial Aid Administrators

ACCREDITATION

DeWolff’s College of Hairstyling and Cosmetology, inc. is accredited by the National Accrediting Commission of Cosmetology Arts And Sciences (NACCAS). NACCAS is recognized by the U.S. Department of Education as a National Accrediting Agency for Cosmetology Schools.
Accreditation means that their college has achieved and maintains standards established for cosmetology education nationwide.
In turn, this accreditation allows their students to participate in federal student Financial Aid programs.

ADMISSIONS REQUIREMENTS

DeWolffs College of Hairstyling and Cosmetology Inc. admits as regular students the following.
High school graduates
Holders of High School Graduation Equivalency Certificates (GED)

Payment Options
METODS OF PAYMENT:
OPTION I. CASH
OPTION II. DEFERRED PAYMENT PLAN
OPTION III. FINANCIAL AID PROGRAMS with BALANCES PAID BY OPTION I OR OPTION II.

ATTENDANCE POLICY FOR:

COSMETOLOGY, ESTHETICIAN, MANICURIST/PEDICURIST, COSMETOLOGY INSTRUCTOR, ESTHETICIAN/MANICURIST
Students enrolled full time in a program of 600 clock hours or more are scheduled to attend an average of 36 hours per week. All Students are expected to comply with the schedule assigned.

PROGRAM DESCRIPTIONS

COSMETLOGY

The program includes lectures, demonstrations, and hands on instruction. All three types of instruction input (visual, oral, and physical) are used throughout the program. The students are continually encouraged to prepare the physical skills they are instructed in, and to apply the theoretical knowledge they learn to solve problems presented by the clients in the College Clinic. Examples of employment opportunities are: cosmetician, platform artist, salon manager, salon owner, manufacturers representative, or traveling stylist.

ESTHETICIAN

The program includes lectures, demonstrations, and hands on instruction. All three types of instructional input (visual, oral, and physical) are used throughout the program. The students are continually encouraged to prepare the physical skills they are instructed in, and to apply the theoretical knowledge they learn to solve problems presented by the clients in the College Clinic. Examples of employment opportunities are: Esthetician, Merchandising (salons, department stores, boutiques, cosmetic buyer, Manufacturers representative, etc.).

MANICURIST/PEDICURIST

Manicuring is the artful care of the hands and nails. Pedicure is the care of the feet and toenails. The Manicurist/Pedicurist program is devoted to acquiring the knowledge needed to impart the artful care of hands, feet, nails and toenails.The program includes lecture, demonstration and hands on instruction. All three types of instructional input (visual, oral and physical) are used throughout the program. The students are continually encouraged to prepare the physical skills they are instructed in, and to apply the theoretical knowledge they learn to solve problems by the clients in the College Clinic.

ESTHETICIAN/MANICURIST

The objective of this program is as follows: At the end of the program, and before a certificate is issued, the student will be able to successfully pass the colleges final written examination with at least a 75% score and to demonstrate entry level job skills by passing the colleges final practical examinations, which involve testing in all units of the course.

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