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Consumer Information & Disclosures
The Univeristy of Cosmetology Arts & Sciences provides adequate information in order for prospective students, prospective employees, currently enrolled students, currently employed staff and the general public to be well informed and make a sound decision when choosing our institute as the school of preference. To dowload the complete Consumer Information click on the link below:
This institution provides training in recognized programs that prepare the students to “gainful employment”. A recognized occupation is defined by a Standard Occupational Classification (SOC) code established by the Office of Management and Budget (OMB) or an Occupational Information Network O* NET-SOC code established by the Department of Labor.
Recognized Occupation codes:
Cosmetology Operator 35-5012.00 CIP Code 12.0401
Instructor 187.167-058 CIP Code 12.0413
Esthetician 39-5094.00 CIP Code 12.0409
Manicurist 39-5092.00 CIP Code 12.0410
GENERAL PRE REQUISITES FOR EMPLOYMENT IN TEXAS
Individuals graduating from our Institution and seeking employment in the state of Texas for the course chosen, must meet the following criteria:
- Meet general eligibility for Licensing: 83.20. License Requirements–Individuals http://www.license.state.tx.us/cosmet/cosmetrules.htm#8320
- Pass State Exams: 83.21. License Requirements–Examinations http://www.license.state.tx.us/cosmet/cosmetrules.htm#8321
- Hold an active license: Section 1602.251. License or Certificate Required http://www.license.state.tx.us/cosmet/cosmetlaw.htm#251
- Meet Eligibility for specific course chosen: Eligibility for Licensing: http://www.license.state.tx.us/cosmet/cosmetlaw.htm#254 http://www.license.state.tx.us/cosmet/cosmetlaw.htm#255 http://www.license.state.tx.us/cosmet/cosmetlaw.htm#256 http://www.license.state.tx.us/cosmet/cosmetlaw.htm#257
- Must seek employment in a licensed facility: Section 1602.301. Facility License Required http://www.license.state.tx.us/cosmet/cosmetlaw.htm#301
- Must comply with Employer Verification Form I-9: The Immigration Reform and Control Act of 1986 (IRCA) legally mandates that U.S. employers verify the employment eligibility status of newly-hired employees using Form I-9. http://www.uscis.gov/files/form/i-9.pdf
Factors that might prevent graduates from obtaining employment may be:
- Failure to pass State Exam(s).
- Failure to apply for a license with Texas Department of Licensing & Regulation & pay the required fee.
- Failure to hold an active license with Texas Department of Licensing & Regulation.
- Failure to seek employment at a licensed facility by Texas Department of Licensing & Regulation.
- Failure to provide employer with Employee Verfication documents as required in Form I-9.
INFORMATION ON PLACEMENT AND TYPES OF EMPLOYMENT OBTAINED BY OUR GRADUATES
We provide you information on they types of employment our graduates have obtained in the recent years. Click on any of the links below to view by campus.
INSTITUTION’S GRADUATION ANALYSIS
7/1/2O12 TO 6/30/2013
OPE ID 02285900- McAllen Campus- 5 students or 4% out of 115 students scheduled to complete within this award year, completed On-Time.
OPE ID 02285901- Harlingen Campus- 5 students or 11% out of 47 students scheduled to complete within this award year, completed On-Time.
OPE ID 02285902- La Joya Campus- 3 students or 7% out of 45 students scheduled to complete within this award year, completed On-Time.
OPE ID 02326000- Naco Perrin Campus- 8 students or 20% out of 40 students scheduled to complete within this award year, completed On-Time.
OPE ID 03011800- Jamar Campus- 1 students or 6% out of 17 students scheduled to complete within this award year, completed On-Time.
INSTITUTION’S GRADUATION ANALYSIS
7/1/2O11 TO 6/30/2012
OPE ID 02285900- McAllen Campus- 7 students or 3% out of 209 students scheduled to complete within this award year, completed On-Time.
OPE ID 02285901- Harlingen Campus- 0 students or 0% out of 50 students scheduled to complete within this award year, completed On-Time.
OPE ID 02285902- La Joya Campus- 1 student or 13% out of 8 students scheduled to complete within this award year, completed On-Time.
OPE ID 02326000- Naco Perrin Campus- 2 students or 6% out of 34 students scheduled to complete within this award year, completed On-Time.
OPE ID 03011800- Jamar Campus- 4 students or 17 % out of 23 students scheduled to complete within this award year, completed On-Time.
INSTITUTION’S GRADUATION ANALYSIS
7/1/2O10 TO 6/30/2011
OPE ID 02285900- McAllen Campus- 22 students or 8% out of 285 students scheduled to complete within this award year, completed On-Time.
OPE ID 02285901- Harlingen Campus- 4 students or 6% out of 64 students scheduled to complete within this award year, completed On-Time.
OPE ID 02326000- Naco Perrin Campus- 5 students or 11% out of 45 students scheduled to complete within this award year, completed On-Time.
OPE ID 03011800- Jamar Campus- 2 students or 11 % out of 19 students scheduled to complete within this award year, completed On-Time.
INSTITUTION’S Institution Textbooks as of Sept 1 2013
INSTITUTION’S Cost of Attendance July 1 2013
INSTITUTION’S NET PRICE CALCULATOR FOR McAllen , Harlingen & La Joya:
INSTITUTION’S NET PRICE CALCULATOR FOR Naco Perrin:
INSTITUTION’S NET PRICE CALCULATOR FOR Jamar:
OBTAINING TITLE IV LOANS
Federal Financial Aid Programs the Financial Aid Office offers variety of financial programs to help eligible students pay costs of attending school. The money provided through these programs can be in the form of grants, loans, or combination of any of these programs.
Grants are monies given by the United States Government. They do not have to be repaid. Loans are borrowed money. They must be repaid with interest.
Further information concerning financial assistance Programs eligibility and requirements are available at the following website:
The Financial Aid Office is normally available during school hours to counsel students and prospective students. Students needing assistance with information should contact the Financial Aid Office.
Official FAFSA Website: http://www.fafsa.ed.gov/
FAFSA School Codes:
- UCAS (McAllen) – 014588
- UCAS (Harlingen) – 014588
- UCAS La Joya- 014588
- UCAS (Jamar) – 030118
- UCAS (Naco-Perrin) – 016468
FEDERAL FINANCIAL AID PROGRAMS
STATE, LOCAL, INSTITUTIONAL AID AVAILABLE
More available aid:
Texas Veterans Commission http://www.tvc.state.tx.us/about/veterans-education-guide
Dislocated Workers Program http://www.twc.state.tx.us/svcs/jtpa/dislocat.html
ENTRANCE/ EXIT LOAN COUNSELING https://www.dl.ed.gov/borrower/CounselingSessions.do?cmd=initializeContext
& Debt Managing Strategies for enrolled and prospective students & parents.
GED TESTING CENTERS IN TEXAS
Prospective Students or Currently Enrolled Students may obtain information regarding GED testing centers in your area by clicking on the link below.
Contact the School’s Financial Aid Officer during normal business hours for the latest Consumer Information :
McAllen 956.687.9444/ ext. 313 or ext. 312
La Joya 956.581.8227
San Antonio 210.654.9734 (Naco Perrin)
San Antonio 210.433.7222 (Jamar)
DEFINITION OF A FULL TIME STUDENT
The definition of a full time student is a student in attendance for 30 scheduled hours per week.
Unauthorized distribution of copyrighted material, including peer-to-peer file sharing and the unauthorized use of University of Cosmetology Arts & Sciences’s information technology systems, may result in civil and criminal liabilities and subjected to the penalties of federal copyright laws.
DRUG AND ALCOHOL ABUSE PREVENTION INFORMATION
CRIME AWARENESS AND CRIME SECURITY ACT OF 1990
REGISTERED SEX OFFENDERS BY CAMPUS
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INSTITUTION’S POLICY ON WITHDRAWAL FROM SCHOOL
IPEDS Student Diversity by Gender and Race
IPEDS Retention Rates
TEXAS VOTER REGISTRATION INFORMATION
The Institutions do not require specific vaccinations for admission into our programs. Further information and vaccination schedule may be found by visiting the link below.
EMERGENCY RESPONSE AND EVACUATION PROCEDURES
The Institution maintains practices to ensure emergency procedures are known:
- First Aid Kit is readily available for use by the faculty, staff, students and clients in case of an injury or an accident.
- Emergency Planning Guide for School is available through Executive Director.
- Emergency phone numbers are posted at the reception desk for quick easy reference.
Additional Information by County:
Hidalgo County http://www.co.hidalgo.tx.us/index.aspx?nid=89
Cameron County http://www.co.cameron.tx.us/emergency/index.htm
COLLEGE NAVIGATOR SITE http://nces.ed.gov/collegenavigator/
INSTITUTION’S REFUND POLICY
INSTITUTIONAL POLICY AND PLAN FOR IMPROVING
The Institution monitors, implements, and evaluates methods that will assist us in meeting school goals by:
- Analyzing specific areas of the school’s recruitment and admissions, faculty, student support services, curriculum, facilities and equipment.
- Identifing areas needing improvement that could specifically affect the school’s outcomes rates.
- Developing strategies that will improve the school’s outcomes rates.
- Monitoring and evaluate the plan for improvement.