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THE BARBER SCHOOL CATALOG 2012 - 2013

“OUR FUTURE IS IN OUR HANDS” 1309 JACKSON AVENUE MEMPHIS, TN 38107 901-726(HAIR) 4247 901-726-4663-FAX www.thebarberschool.edu Pub.10/03) (Rev. 12/11)


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ABOUT THE ACADEMY: Introduction/Ownership/Governing Body/Licensing & Staff School’s Mission Statement, Goals and Code of Ethics Training Facilities

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SCHOOL ENTRANCE INFORMATION: Who can apply & what you need to know. Trial Period 4 Admission Requirements & Enrollment 4 Transfer Students-Other Institutions and Transferability of credit 5 School Outcomes Assessment - 2010 6 Student Right-To-Know 6 Calendar of Holidays - 2012 6 Class Start Dates – 2012 7 Payments 7 Disabled Students 7 ACADEMIC INFORMATION & PROGRAMS OF STUDY: 1500 Hour Barber Program Description 1500 Hour Barber Program Educational Objectives 1500 Hour Barber Program Requirements/Units of Instruction 1500 Hour Barber Program Tuition Fees and Charges (Kit, Books, etc.) Weekly Class Schedule For Barber Program Extra Expenses Graduation Requirements Grading System Student Locker Internal Complaint & Grievance Process Policy

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FINANCIAL AID INFORMATION: Cost of Attendance Budgets Consumer Information*Financial Aid for Students *Eligibility - Verification Process - Financial Need *Pell Grants *Federal Loan Program *Refunds Due to Title IV Programs Financial Aid Student Withdrawal Policy-Return of Title IV Funds

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CAREER PLANNING: Careers in –Barbering *Nature of the Work, Working Conditions, Physical & Safety Requirements

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SCHOOL POLICIES: School Closure Due to Emergency Policy Emergency Response & Evacuation Procedure Policy Weapons on Campus Policy Hate Crime Reporting Policy Student Conduct Policy FERPA (Student’s Rights & Privacy Act) Safeguarding Customer Info Policy & Red Flags Rule Copyright Infringement Policy Vaccination Policy Voter Registration Grounds for Student Dismissal VA Attendance & Standards of Academic Progress Policy Attendance Policy General Sampling School Rules Drug and Alcohol Abuse Policy

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CANCELLATION AND REFUND POLICY: Institutional Withdrawal, Cancellation and Refund Policy

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SATISFACTORY PROGRESS POLICY: Satisfactory Progress Policy *Evaluation Periods *Attendance Progress Evaluation *Maximum Time Frame *Academic Progress Evaluation *Determination of Progress Status *Warning *Probation *Re-establishment of Satisfactory Progress *Appeal Process *Leave of Absence *Incompleteness/Repetition or Non-credit Remedial Courses *Withdrawal/Re-Entry *Transfer Hours CAMPUS CRIME & SECURITY REPORT

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About The School: INTRODUCTION/ SCHOOL HISTORY/ OWNERSHIP/ GOVERNING BODY Memphis Institute of Barbering, Inc. D/B/A The Barber School was founded in February, 2000, by Torrus Brooks. In August 2004, the school moved to its new building now located at 1309 Jackson Ave. Memphis, TN. Memphis Institute of Barbering, Inc. is a TN based corporation formed in 2000, and has legal ownership of The Barber School. Mr. Torrus Brooks is still the President of the corporation. ACCREDITATION & LICENSING The Barber School is accredited with the National Accrediting Commission of Cosmetology Arts & Sciences NACCAS), 4401 Ford Avenue, Suite 1300, Alexandria, VA 22302, 703/600-7600; Licensed by the State of Tennessee Board of Barbers, 500 James Robertson Parkway, 1st Floor Nashville, Tennessee 37243-1147, 615/741-2294; Licensed locally by the City of Memphis and the County of Shelby, for Occupational Licenses. STAFF & ADMINISTRATION Mr. Torrus Brooks, Chief Executive Administrator, a Graduate of Christian Brothers University, 9, years administrative experience in the Barber School industry. Licensed Instructor, Licensed Master Barber for 15 years. Mrs. Jamila Perkins, Financial Aid Director, Licensed Tennessee Master Barber for 5 yrs. Mrs. Angela Nolen, Education Director, 20 yrs. Mr. Fred Ross, Admissions Director, Licensed Tennessee Master Barber for 16 yrs. Mr. Michael Clear, Public Relations Specialist Mrs. Natalie Cunningham, Counselor/ Default Retention Manager Mr Bryant Craig, Financial Aid Counselor, a Graduate of University of Tennessee Martin. Mr. Brandon Craig, Instructor, Licensed Tennessee Barber and instructing background.

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The Barber School Catalog Mrs. Ethel Sigler, Licensed Instructor, Licensed Master Barber for 30yrs. Mr. Alex Bohannon, Licensed Instructor, Licensed Tennessee Barber and Instructing background. Mrs. Shirley Dobbins, Training Instructor, Instructing background for over 20yrs. Mr. Joseph Jenkins, Licensed Instructor, Licensed Tennessee Barber and Instructing background for over 20yrs Mr. Prongue Griffin, Licensed Instructor, Licensed Tennessee Barber and Instructing Background. Mr. Ronald Danner, Licensed Instructor, Licensed Tennessee Barber and Instructing Background. Mrs. Azle Jones, Training Instructor Mrs. Frances Williams, Receptionist

MISSION STATEMENT

It is our mission to help people improve their lives through education. SCHOOL GOALS It is our aim to: 1) Produce skilled and knowledgeable professionals who will be prepared with the necessary fundamentals to enter the beauty industry, or field of massage and be gainfully employed 2) Create the best learning environment available by emphasizing short term progress, individualized attention, progressive teaching methods and relevant equipment of “hands-on� education. 3) Assist each student in achieving his or her own professional aspirations by helping to match these aspirations with existing personal, technological and economic conditions. 4) Assist graduates to become employed in the technical areas for which they have been prepared. 5) Respond to the requests of business, industry and other agencies for specific training needs and education programs and to evaluate and revise programs when appropriate. 6) Produce a reasonable profit, which will insure growth and improvement in the students, staff, facilities and equipment. 2


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SCHOOL CODE OF ETHICS To maintain a high level of effective education by constantly seeking to improve our techniques and our instructors techniques through training seminars. To abide by the rules and regulations of the United States Department of Education, the State of Tennessee Barber Board and all licensing Boards. To always maintain good relationships with patrons and to extend to them due respect. To advertise truthfully and honestly at all times. To always represent ourselves to prospective students and current students in a truthful and honest manner avoiding false and misleading statements. And above all, to produce students who will be an asset to this, our most respected and revered profession. TRAINING FACILITIES The Barber School is centrally located in Northern part of Memphis, Tennessee, Shelby County, beautifully landscaped with ample parking for students, staff and clients. It is near city bus line routes, restaurants and shopping areas. The school is located just 5 miles north of Graceland, home of the late Elvis Presley, and is approximately 2 miles east of downtown, which contains the legendary Beale Street, the National Civil Rights Museum, the Pyramid Arena, FedEx Forum, the Orpheum Theatre and several other areas attractions. This completely computerized facility is approximately 8,700 square feet, consisting of the following: clinic area containing 70 workstations, shampoo bowls, sinks, and hair dryers. The facility also houses 3 classrooms with audio/video equipment and practice area, lockers, waiting area, reception/retail center, 4 rest rooms [handicap equipped], washing machine, dryer, administrative office, admissions office, financial aid office, teachers lounge, student lounge, and several storage cabinets. For more information please visit our website at www.thebarberschool.edu.

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School Entrance Information: Who can apply & what you need to know.

Trial Period The Barber School offers an opportunity for students to attend the Master Barber program for 300 hours without being charged tuition – unless and until that student wishes to continue the program beyond the initial trial period (300 hours). The Trial Period allows a student the chance to participate in the program before making a financial commitment of full-time or parttime enrollment. The Trial Period also gives, The Barber School an opportunity to assess students and determine candidates eligible for admissions. If a student continues the program beyond the trial period, he or she would become responsible for program charges, including charges that were incurred during the trial period. At this point, eligible students would be able to receive federal student aid. The charges incurred during the trial period counts toward the overall program cost. Therefore, a student could receive financial aid for the trial period, once enrolled as a regular student. However, a student who chooses not to continue past the trial period end date would not be responsible for any institutional charges and would not be eligible to receive federal student aid. Students can drop out at any time, during the trial period, by contacting the Admissions Office. Students are not eligible for Title IV program funds unless and until the institution admits the student as a regular student after the trial period. The Barber School will provide loaner books and all other materials needed during the trial period. During the Trial period, all regular school policies, rules and regulations apply. During, Trial period students are expected to maintain a satisfactory attendance of 90%. The Barber School charges, an enrollment fee ($100), for students to participate. ADMISSIONS & ENROLLMENT REQUIREMENTS - Title IV and Non-Title IV Applicants must be beyond the age of compulsory education (16) and be a High School graduate or have the equivalency (G.E.D.) or have a home-study certificate or transcript from a homestudy program that is equivalent to high school level and is recognized by the student’s home state. Proof of education is required BEFORE start of class. A copy of high school diploma, GED Certificate, or official transcript (high school, college or GED) showing graduation date is acceptable. The Barber School accepts only “standard”, verifiable, high school diplomas and does not accept “exceptional” “option 1” “option 2” etc. Anyone with a high school diploma 4


The Barber School Catalog other than “standard”, will not be admitted. Furthermore, any high school diploma that The Barber School deems questionable or from a * “Diploma Mill”, will be subject to the Admission Department policy on “Determining the Validity of a High School Diploma”. The Admissions Director and school President will make the final decision after taking into account the results of the search. Should they find the diploma to be invalid, then the student will not be admitted. Prior to acceptance, all applicants are required to have a school visitation and a personal interview with a school representative. During the interview, the school program and individual motivation will be discussed. Students who are accepted for training will be required to submit $100 enrollment fee, proof of education, and proof of age may be documented by various means including, but not limited to, birth certificate, drivers license, government issued identification, birth registration, passport, etc at time of completing the required contract and paperwork. Entering students with previous training, and who have proper documentation from an accredited school, (official transcripts or proof of active state license) will be subject to the Transfer Student section of this catalog. The Barber School registers on any day and classes start, the third Monday of the months except December. See the “Class Starting Dates” section of this catalog for the next class. The Barber School’s admission, training, and graduation policies preclude discrimination on the basis of race, creed, color, religion, sex, age, financial status, or ethnic origin. The Barber School does not recruit students already attending or admitted to another school offering similar programs of study. *Definition of “Diploma Mill”: a term that refers to any entity that offers, for a fee, degrees, diplomas, or certificates, that may be used to represent to the general public that the individual possessing such a degree, diploma, or certificate has completed a program of education or training; and requires such individual to complete little or no education or coursework to obtain such degree, diploma, or certificate; and lacks accreditation by an accrediting agency or association that is recognized as an accrediting agency. TRANSFER STUDENTS (Transfer of Hours) From Other Institutions Transfer students will be enrolled for the full contracted hours of the program. Students will receive credit for previous training from an accredited barber school with proper documentation of hours, services and tests, and after being evaluated in both theoretical and practical abilities by a designated school official. The contracted program will then be modified proportionately and the contracted hours and educational costs adjusted on the student’s tuition/account card. The acceptance of any and/or all of the transferring hours and services is at the discretion of The Barber School. Transferability of clock hours & services

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The Barber School Catalog The Barber School to another institution is at the discretion of the accepting institution, and it is the students’ responsibility to confirm whether or not their clock hours & services earned here at The Barber School will be accepted by another institution of the student’s choice. ACADEMY OUTCOMES ASSESSMENT - 2010 Pursuant to N.A.C.C.A.S. Standard I, an institution must assess the achievements of its programs and students on the basis of pass rates on examinations for licensure (70% min.), placement rates for those who took the licensing exam (60%min.) and program completion rates (50% min.). This institution is proud to announce that it exceeds the required benchmarks set by NACCAS with the following rates: The average percentage of program completers scheduled to complete in the calendar year 2010 and who completed by the 2011 Annual Reporting period was 74%. The average percentage of those who took the exam in 2010 for licensure, and passed, was 97%, and the percentage of those who were placed in jobs related to the field was 65%. (2011 calendar year rates are not available until Nov. 30, 2012).

STUDENT RIGHT-TO-KNOW ACT The Amendments of 1998 (U.S. Department of Ed/Federal Regulations) require that Student Right-To-Know disclosures of completion rates and transfer-out rates, be made by July 1 of each year to current students, prospective students and the public. The rate is based on a snap shot look at a body of students from 9/01-8/31 each previous year, calculating completion and transfer out rates. However, The Barber School does not track Transfer-out Rates. A copy of this institutions report is available upon request. The current completion rate for 9/1/08-8/31/09 is 50%. (The 2009-2010 rates will be available after 7/1/2011.) CALENDAR OF HOLIDAYS FOR 2012-2013 SCHOOL YEAR The Barber School is open Monday through Thursday and Saturday (make-up day). We are closed on Friday and All Sundays, and the following breaks and legal holidays: Martin Luther King, Jr. Day-----------------------------------------------------01/16 Memorial Day---------------------------------------------------------------------05/28 Summer break---------------------------------------------------------------------07/04-7/10 Labor Day-------------------------------------------------------------------------09/03 Thanksgiving Day--------------------------- -----------------------------------11/22 Winter Break--------------------------------------------------------------------12/24-1/01/13

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The Barber School Catalog CLASS START DATES YEAR 2012 (Ending Dates are calculated for 100% Attendance. Contact the Admissions Dept. for Full time and Part time ending dates for each program listed below. )

CLASS START DATES 1/16/12 2/20/12 3/19/12 4/16/12 5/21/12 6/18/12 9/03/12 10/1/12 11/05/12 12/03/12

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7/11/13 8/22/13 9/19/13 10/17/13 11/21/13 12/21/13 3/11/14 4/08/14 5/13/14 6/07/14

PAYMENTS Tuition and fees are due and payable in full the first day of classes; however, other arrangements can be made to accommodate the student with the approval of the Administrator of the school. Students with monthly/weekly payments may be charged a $25.00 late fee for each past due payment not made by the next billing cycle. Payment in full is required prior to graduation or other financial arrangements must be made. Any student not completing the prescribed program within the contracted time, other than extenuating circumstances, may be charged additional tuition at the per hour rate stated on their contract, times the remaining hours to be completed. DISABLED STUDENTS There are special facilities for students with a disability at this school. We will make every effort to accommodate students with specific disabilities.

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SCHOOL INFORMATION & PROGRAM OF STUDY: MASTER BARBER PROGRAM Clock Hour Description: A measure of time; 60 minutes in length. The number of clock hours required of a student is based on state requirements.

EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES, REQUIREMENTS &COSTS Program Description: The following program breakdown gives a brief description of each level within the program. 5 Levels (1500 hours total- 47 Weeks in total length) BAR 101 Basic Skills: (minimum 9.4 weeks/300 hours) Orientation of the field of Barbering using Theoretical and Practical in a classroom setting, working on manikins. BAR 102 Intermediate Skills: (minimum 9.4 weeks/300 hours) A continuation of Basic Skills, and expanding concepts of Barbering using Theoretical and Practical in classroom setting, working on manikins and live models. (Prerequisites: BAR 101). BAR 103 Jr. Skills: (minimum 9.4 weeks/300 hours) Continuation of Theoretical and Practical skills in school lab salon setting working with clients and perfecting of skills and knowledge required for workplace (Prerequisites BAR 101 and BAR 102) BAR 104 Advanced Jr. Skills: (minimum 9.4 weeks/300 hours) Continuation of Theoretical and Practical skills in school lab salon setting working with clients and perfecting of skills and knowledge required for workplace (Prerequisites BAR 101, BAR 102 and BAR 103) BAR 105 Senior Skills: (minimum 9.4 weeks/300 hours) Preparation for State Board Licensure Examination. Theoretical knowledge and practical skills will be perfected to employment competency level. (Prerequisites: BAR 101, BAR 102, BAR 103 and BAR 104) 1500 HOUR BARBER PROGRAM EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES The objective of the Barber Program is to train students in the basic skills needed to meet the level of competence for the examination required by the State Board of Barbering. After a Barber student passes the examination he/she receives a license and is available for employment in Tennessee in this industry. A Barber provides personal services to his/her clientele relating to good grooming. These services are: hair cutting, shampooing and rinses, hair arranging (styling), hair coloring, chemical waving and relaxing, shaving, manicuring, facials, scalp and hair treatments and hairpieces. A Barber must develop an attractive appearance, pleasant 8


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Tennessee Law History of Barbering Professional Image Sanitation & Sterilization Hair Shaping/Cutting Shampooing & Rinses Skin, scalp, and hair Hair Arranging (blow dry)/Styling (curling iron) Shaving, mustache/beard design Hair Coloring Chemical Waving & Chemical Relaxing/Straightening Facials and Make Up Manicures Tools and implements Electricity and light Anatomy and physiology Hairpieces Preparation for seeking Employment Salon Business & Management State Board Licensing Preparatory Theory/practical TOTAL HOURS (1500)

THEORY HOURS

PRACTICAL CLINIC HRS

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1500 HOUR BARBER PROGRAM STUDENT BOOKS (Go to www.milady.com to order the new version of books) • • • • •

Milady Standard Textbook of Professional Barber-Styling(ISBN:1-4354-9715-5)($109.95) Milady State Exam Review for Professional Barber-Styling(ISBN: 1-4354-9712-0)($36.95) Milady Professional Barber-Styling Workbook(ISBN:1-4354-9713-9)($52.95) Milady Professional Barbering student CD(ISBN: 1-4354-9709-0)($50.95) Tennessee Barber Law Book 9


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1500 HOUR BARBER PROGRAM STUDENT KIT 2-Taper Comb 1-Tint Brush 1-Blow Dryer 1-Tint/Coloring Bottle 12-Butterfly Clips 1- Trimmers 1-Pair Snipers 1-Cuticle Pusher 1-Nail Brush 1-School smock 6-Speed-O-Guides 15-Pack Rollers (White, Grey) 1-Bottle of Clear Nail Polish 1-Rattail Comb 1-Box of End Papers 1-Pair of Tweezers 1-Jar of Vanishing Cream 1-Bottle Cuticle Oil 1-Color Wheel

2-All purpose Comb 1-Mannequin Stand 1-Vent-Type Brush 1-Trigger Spray Bottle 1-Clippers 1-Straight Razor w/ Blades 2-Orangewood Sticks 1-Finger/manicure Bowl 1-Clipper Brush 1- Kit Bag 1-Clipper Oil 1-Blending shears 1-Nail Polish Remover 1-Bottle of Witch Hazel 1- Wahl Balder Clippers 1-Shampoo Cape 1- Bottle Oil Sheen 1- Clipper Disinfectant 1-Sanitizing Jar

1-Mannequin 1- Pick 1-Curling Iron 6-Duckbill Clips 1-Perm/Tint Bowl 1- Regular Shears 2-Emery Board 1-Metal File 1-Chair Cloth (black) 1-Cape Clip 1-Hand Mirror 1- Pack of Spatulas 2- Barber Combs 1-Jar of Cleaning Cream 1-Thinning Shears 1--Sanek Box 1-Apron 1-Timer 1-Duster

* Clinic Floor Styling Aids are not a part of the kit. However, they can be purchased at the School Retail Center or checked out from the Dispensary. ** Changes or substitutions to the published Student Kit may occur without prior notice, and may affect pricing. Students needing left-handed shears will be charged an additional cost. 1500 HOUR BARBER PROGRAM TUITION (Full & 3/4 time) Tuition --------------------------------------------------------------------------------$ 14,625.00 Registration/Enrollment Fee ----------------------------------------------------- $ 100.00 TOTAL ----------------------------------------------------------------- $ 14,725.00 BOOKS, KITS AND OTHER FEES Books/Tools Kit----------------------------------------------------------------------- $250.00 Tool kit---------------------------------------------------------------------------------- $950.00 Discontinuance/Termination Fe---------------------------------------------------- $100.00 NOTE: This is a separate account and is not included in the example of charges listed above in this catalog. The fees for books, uniforms, supply & product fees and the student’s kit are nonrefundable after attendance has begun. Students are not required to purchase their kit & books

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The Barber School Catalog from the school bookstore. They should see the admission office for a suppliers list of where to obtain all the necessary supplies & books that are itemized on the previous pages of this catalog. 1500 HOUR BARBER PROGRAM CLASS SCHEDULE Full-Time (Days): 32 hrs /wk (47 wks) 3/4–Time (Nights): 20hrs /wk (75wks)

Monday –Thursday 8:00am-5:00pm, with 1 hour lunch break and 2 fifteen minute breaks Tuesday-Thursday 5:00pm-9:00pm with 1 fifteen minute break Saturday 8:00am – 5:00pm, with 1 hour lunch break and 2 fifteen minute breaks

A student’s time is spent in theoretical, as well as practical work. The goal is to establish thorough and complete knowledge, as well as good professional habits. The program consists of demonstrations, lectures, examinations and practical application. The scheduling at the beginning of the program is primarily classroom work. The latter portion continued theory and the actual application of all phases on live models and mannequins, under the supervision of the instructor. EXTRA EXPENSES Items of extra expense to the student such as housing, board, instructional supplies or equipment, tools, student activities, laboratory fees, service charges, rentals, deposits and all other extra charges need not be considered in the tuition refund computations, provided they are separately identified in the enrollment agreement, catalog and in other published data furnished the student before enrollment. When items of major expenses are separately identified for this purpose, the school also states its policy for reasonable settlement of such charges in the event of an early termination. 1500 HOURS GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS The following must be completed before graduation for all programs: a) b) c) d) e)

Completion of required clock hours Completion of all MODULE requirements. All financial obligations Copy of Social Security Card 2 passport size pictures.

(LICENSING AND EXAM FEES ARE A SEPARATE COST FROM ANY OTHER FEES LISTED IN THIS CATALOG.) Upon the successful completion of the 1500 clock hour Barber Program, the student receives a completion form. To receive a Barber license, the student must submit an application through this 11


The Barber School Catalog school, to the Barber Board. Once the Board deems the student eligible for the exam, the student will be contacted by the Boards contracted vendor, (PSI Examination), for scheduling of exam date and time. (Cost to PSI $70.00 theory & $70.00 practical) GRADING SYSTEM The grading system at The Barber School is based on the "A", "B", "C", "D" and "F" scale. The number grading scale is as follows: A= 94-100%, B= 88-93%, C= 80-87%, D= 72-79% and F= 71% or less. The minimum passing grade for this program is "C". All academic records are confidential and permanently archived at the school. (See Satisfactory Progress Policy this catalog.) STUDENT LOCKER A locker with a combination lock is available to each student during the first week of school. No deposit is required. (Should a locker shortage occur, no more than two students will share a locker.) Each student will be required to maintain his or her locker in good repair while enrolled at The Barber School. Should damage occur, the student will receive an itemized statement of costs to repair. No graduation or licensing paperwork will be completed until any locker damage charges have been paid in full. The Barber School reserves the right to enter any student’s locker with or without the student’s permission should the school deem it necessary. Students are discouraged from sharing or trading lockers. To do so means the students run the risk of having their locker cleaned out by accident when one of the sharing/trading students drops or graduates INTERNAL COMPLAINT PROCESS POLICY Any student or staff complaint/grievance should be in writing, and will be directed to the Administrative Offices. (See Administrative Offices for detailed policy on filing and form.) The complaint/grievance will be reviewed by the Administration in a timely manner (in accordance with the detailed policy) and resolved to benefit all parties involved. If all parities are not in agreement, then a copy of the complaint should be mailed by the student or staff member to our accrediting agency: NACCAS, 4401 Ford Avenue, Suite 1300, Alexandria, VA 22302 (703-6007600).

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FINANCIAL AID INFORMATION: COST OF ATTENDANCE BUDGETS Cost of Attendance is an overall look at tuition, fees, books, kit and what it will cost a student to live, room, board, transportation, etc., while attending school. The following is the Localized COA Budget for the Standard 1500 Barbering Program. .

AWARD YEAR 2010-2011 LOCALIZED COA BUDGET (Direct and Indirect Costs) Living w/Parents 0 Dependents Status Months Tuition Fees Books/Supplies Room & Board Personal Transportation Total Budget All Others Status Months Tuition Fees Books/Supplies Room & Board Personal Transportation Total Budget

Full Time 12MONTHS $ 14,625.00 $ 100.00 $ 900.00 $ 2,424.00 $ 942.00 $ 468.00 $19,459.00

Full Time 12MONTHS $ 14,625.00 $ 100.00 $ 900.00 $ 3,792.00 $ 1,500.00 $ 1,614.00 $22,531.00

*(This is an estimated cost attendance for the academic year including all of the above components. This not the amount you owe the school)

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FINANCIAL AID FOR STUDENTS The Barber School participates in Financial Aid Programs to assist students who need money to attend school. Whether a student is eligible for assistance, and how much, is determined by the need of the particular student. Each case is different. The Federal Financial Aid Programs which the school makes available are the Pell Grant and the Direct Loan Program. The Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) is available online (www.fafsa.ed.gov). The FAFSA form must be completed first then processed online. Student will need to enter our school code (037013). Our Financial Aid office will assist every student that needs help with their applications. ELIGIBILITY In general, you are eligible for Federal Aid if you meet the following requirements: 1. You must be enrolled at least half-time. 2. You are a U.S. Citizen or an eligible non-citizen. 3. You show that you have financial need. 4. You are making satisfactory progress in your program of study (See Satisfactory Progress Statement). 5. You are not in default on a National Direct Student Loan (NDSL), F.F.E.L. or PLUS/SLS Loan. 6. You do not owe a refund on a Pell Grant and/or Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grant (SEOG). 7. You must sign a statement that you understand how Federal Student Aid funds work and that only Stafford Loans get pay back. 8. You must sign a statement of registration status on Form 3 indicating you have registered with the Selective Service, if you are required to do so. (Males only) VERIFICATION PROCESS If an applicant is selected for verification through the central processing center, Financial Aid office will advise the student about the verification process, have them sign the verification procedures documents and worksheet and then we will furnish them a copy. The original documents will be maintained in the students financial aid file. FINANCIAL NEED Federal Student Aid is awarded on the basis of financial need. Need is the difference between your cost of education and an amount you and your family are expected to contribute toward your education. A standard formula used for all applicants determines this amount, which is called the Expected Family Contribution (EFC). The information you report on your aid application is used in calculating your contribution. The amount left over after subtracting the expected contribution from your cost of education is considered your financial need. 14


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PELL GRANTS The student must complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). Unlike loans, grants do not have to be repaid. To determine if you are eligible, the Department of Education uses a standard formula, revised and approved every year by Congress, to evaluate the information you report when you apply for a Pell Grant. Using a formula guarantees equal treatment for all applicants. Your school will input your application and give you an award letter. Your school will then receive and credit your award to your account, until your school account is paid in full, and the student receipted accordingly. The school receives the student’s award in two payments, one at the beginning of school, and the second after one-half of the academic year. The Barber School’s academic year consists of 900 clock hours, but the student must complete all of their program clock hours (1500) to graduate from this School. How much you actually receive depends on the following factors: 1. Your student aid index number. 2. Cost of education at your school, whether you are a full-time or 3/4-time student. 3. How long you will be enrolled in the academic year.

FEDERAL LOAN PROGRAMS The program that The Barber School offers is the Direct Lending Program. This program enables students to borrow money from the U.S. Department of Education to meet their educational expenses. A student cannot borrow more than the estimated cost of attendance, less any other financial aid you may receive and your expected family contribution. To be eligible, the student’s financial need must be evaluated. Students who do not qualify for this program should speak to the Financial Aid office about alternative funding. These loans are at a higher interest rate and repayment may begin within thirty (30) days of receiving the loan. Repayment varies with each lender. To apply for a loan, you must first be accepted by the school, have processed a FAFSA, then, sign a master promissory note and entrance interview on the internet. 30 days after starting classes, the school will certify loan to the lender. Once the guarantee agency approval is obtained, the lender will electronically transfer funds to the school’s account for disbursement to the student’s tuition account. Undergraduate first year students may borrow up to $9,500.00 a year. There are no application deadlines for these programs. Repayment begins six (6) months after the student leaves school or drops below half-time attendance. The student is allowed at least ten (10) years to repay his/her loan. When students leave school, they must contact their lender to establish a repayment schedule. The amount of payment depends on how much the student has borrowed. The greater the amount borrowed, the higher the payments. If a student does not repay his/her

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The Barber School Catalog loan, they will go into default, and either the guarantee agency or the Federal Government can sue to collect. REFUNDS DUE TO TITLE IV PROGRAMS The school will determine the amount of a refund in accordance with Federal Regulation, Return of Title IV Funds. After the school has determined the amount of the refund which must be returned, the school will first return all sums to the Federal Loan Program, then the Pell Grant Programs. FINANCIAL AID STUDENT WITHDRAWAL POLICY RETURN OF TITLE IV FUNDS Students who enrolled in a program, and who received Federal Title IV assistance, are subject to a special withdrawal policy or Return of Title IV Funds when they terminate from school, as per current Federal Regulations. Federal Aid is based on a programs' payment period. When a student terminates from school, the school must determine what aid the school is entitled to retain by determining what percentage of aid the student earned. This calculation is based on; 1] in which payment period did the student terminate from school, and 2] the number of hours that were scheduled to have been completed as of the withdrawal date. Any payment period in which less than 60% of scheduled was completed, the school can only retain the exact percentage of aid earned, and must refund the remaining amount. If 60% or greater of scheduled hours was completed of a payment period, the school is entitled to retain 100% of the aid received. From time to time this federally required calculation results in the student also refunding aid money. Should that occur, the student would be notified by the school in writing. Federal Regulations require the return of Title IV funds in the following order, if applicable; Unsubsidized loans, Subsidized loans, Perkins loans, Plus loans, Pell Grants, SEOG or other Title IV, within thirty (30) days from the date of determination. In the case of a leave of absence, the refund shall not exceed thirty (30) days from the date of documented return. Under the Federal Regulations, once the Return of Title IV Funds policy has been applied, the school may then apply their Institutional Refund Policy (printed on the back of their contract) and charge for unpaid portions of their schooling.

CAREER PLANNING: Nature of the Work Hair care has been an important profession since the beginning of time. Throughout history, a great deal of effort has gone into acquiring a fashionable hairstyle or a perfectly trimmed beard. Although styles change from year to year, the Barber's task remains the same - to make an attractive change in a person’s appearance. 16


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Barbers shampoo, cut and style hair, and advise patrons on how to properly care for their hair. Frequently, they straighten or texturizer a patron's hair to keep the style in shape. Barbers may also lighten or darken the color of the hair at the patron’s request. Barbers may give manicures, scalp and facial treatments; and clean and style hairpieces. Barbers keep their work area clean and sanitize their haircutting tools and implements. Those who operate their own salons also have managerial duties, which include hiring and supervising workers, keeping records, and ordering supplies and the list goes on and on. Working Conditions Barbers work in a clean, pleasant environment, with good lighting and comfortable temperatures. Their work can be tiring and physically demanding because they must be on their feet for long hours at a time and work with their hands at shoulder level. Barbers also work with sharp implements (razors) and a small amount of chemicals. Many full-time barbers work more than 40 hours a week, including evenings and weekends when barbershops are busiest. Training, other Qualifications and Advancements Although all states require barbers to be licensed, the qualifications necessary to obtain a license vary. Generally, a person must have graduated from a state-licensed barber school, pass a physical examination, and be at least 16 years old. In addition, states have varying educational requirements - some have no requirement, while others require graduation from high school. In some states, completion of an apprentice-training program can substitute for graduation from a barber school, but very few barbers learn their skills in this way. Barber instruction is offered in both public and private vocational schools, in either daytime or evening classes. A day-time program usually takes 6 months to 1 year to complete; however, evening program takes longer. Many public school programs include the academic subjects needed for a high school diploma and at least 2 to 3 years. An apprenticeship program usually lasts 1 or 2 years. No apprenticeship program is available in Tennessee. Both public and private programs include classroom study, demonstrations, and practical work. Most schools provide students with the necessary hairstyling implements, such as manicure implements, combs, scissors, razors, and hair rollers, and include their cost in the tuition fee. In some instances, students must purchase their own tools and implements. A professional set of implements range between $300.00-$700.00. Freshmen students practice on mannequins and/or each other. Once students have gained some experience, students perform their skill on patrons in school clinic. Most schools have added unisex hairstyling as part of the teaching curriculum. After graduating from a barber program, students take state licensing examinations. The examinations consist of a written exam and a practical exam. These exams allow applicants to demonstrate their theoretical knowledge and practical skill to provide the required services. In 17


The Barber School Catalog some states, an oral examination is included and the applicant is asked to explain the procedures he or she is following while taking the practical test. In other states, a separate examination is given for persons who want only a manicurist's license. Some states have reciprocity agreements that allow a barber license out of one state to be valid in another without re-examination. For many young people, barbering serves as an entry point to the world of work. The field is also characterized by a pattern of movement from family responsibilities into the labor force-when employment and earnings are attractive enough-and back to the home again. In fact, most entrants into this occupation come from outside the labor force-from homemaking and school in roughly equal numbers. Relatively few entrants transfer from other occupations. Persons wanting to become barbers must have finger dexterity and a sense of form and artistry. They should enjoy dealing with the public and be willing and able to follow patrons' instructions. Because hairstyles are constantly changing, barbers must keep abreast of the latest fashions and barber techniques. Business skills are important for those who plan to operate their own salons. Many schools help their students find jobs. Advancement usually is in the form of higher earnings as barbers gain experience and build a steady clientele, but many manage large salons or open their own after several years of experience. Some teach in barber schools or use their knowledge and skill to demonstrate cutting on platform. Others become demonstrators, manufacturer representatives, research assistants, and trade technicians or technical supervisors. Other possibilities include state board members, state board examiners, and educational directors. The following are excerpts from the U.S. Department of Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics, OCCUPATIONAL OUTLOOK HANDBOOK, 2010-11 EDITION. For more in depth information about your career interest, please go on line to: http://www.onetonline.org/ and input the SOC code (30-5011.00) and view our website (www.thebarberschool.edu) for all gainful employment information Employment Barbers, cosmetologists, and other personal appearance workers held about 821, 900 jobs in 2008. Of these, barbers and cosmetologists held 684,200 jobs, manicurists and pedicurists 76,000, skin care specialists 38,800, and shampooers 22,900. Most of these workers are employed in personal care services establishments, such as beauty salons, barber shops, nail salons, day and resort spas. Others were employed in nursing and other residential care homes. Nearly every town has a barbershop or beauty salon, but employment in this occupation is concentrated in the most populous cities and States. About 44% of all barbers, cosmetologists, and other personal appearance workers are self-employed. Many of these workers own their own salon, but a growing number of the selfemployed lease booth space or a chair from the salon’s owner. In this case, workers provide their own supplies, and are responsible for paying their own taxes and benefits. They may pay a monthly or weekly fee to the salon owner, who is responsible for utilities and maintenance of the building.

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The Barber School Catalog Job Outlook Overall employment of barbers, cosmetologists, and other personal appearance workers is projected to grow much faster than the average for all occupations. Opportunities for entrylevel workers should be favorable, while job candidates at high-end establishments will face keen competition. • The total number of employment in the field as of 2008, 821,900 • Projected employment through to 2018, 987,400 • Change is employment 2008-2018, 165,500 • Percentage of increase in jobs, 20% Earnings Median hourly wages in May 2008 for barbers, including tips, were $11.56. The middle 50% earned between $8.93 and $14.69. The lowest 10% earned less than $7.56 and the highest 10% earned more than $19.51. ~~~~~~End of Quotes~~~~ JOB PLACEMENT POLICY The Barber School has an excellent placement record for its graduates. (See “Outcomes Assessment” section of this catalog) Due to the ever increasing dollars spent in the barber industry, our graduates have excellent opportunities to obtain a position in the barbering field, if they are highly motivated, and are ready to seriously work towards learning their chosen profession. No school, however, can absolutely guarantee employment. This depends entirely upon each student. All inquiries from area salons needing barbers are posted on a Job Placement Bulletin Board located in the Student break room. All students nearing graduation are encouraged to seek help from our Counselor in assisting them in securing a professionally written resume and for assistance on job interviewing and how to dress for success.

ADVISING OF STUDENTS Appointments can be scheduled on any school day, by students with the Administrative and/or Instructing personnel who are in need of advice in academic, attendance, financial aid, etc. Students are encouraged to seek advise with proper personnel if a problem exists that needs attention. During advisory sessions things are discussed such as hours, services, tuition, attendance, tardiness, attitude, job desires and any problems which the student may be having in school.

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SCHOOL POLICIES: SCHOOL CLOSURE DUE TO AN EMERGENCY In the event the School needs to be closed due to an Emergency regarding hurricane, flooding, fire, etc., a notice will be placed on the door (if possible, or notified by an alternate source, ie: tv, newspaper, radio, text message or posted at the school driveway entrance) giving staff, students & customers all necessary reopening information, as well as providing a number that they can call for more information. Furthermore, an emergency announcement will be placed on the schools automated phone system, if the system is accessible. All student and client data in our computer systems is backed up regularly, and taken off site and kept in a secure location. EMERGENCY RESPONSE & EVACUATION PROCEDURES Federal Regulations require that the institution have in place a policy and procedure that describes how the institution will immediately notify the campus community upon the confirmation of a significant emergency or dangerous situation involving an immediate threat to the health or safety of students or staff occurring on the campus, unless said notification compromises efforts to contain the emergency. Upon acceptance to this institution the required policy and procedures will be made available in a handbook to each student on the day of Orientation. Should an immediate threat to the health or safety of students or staff occur on campus, the institution’s Administrative Staff will handle all necessary campus notification, without delay, and will initiate the notification system. Phone systems are available to call 911. Building has all required safety codes in place for student and faculty safety. WEAPONS ON CAMPUS The Barber School has a zero tolerance regarding weapons on campus. No knives, guns (pistols or rifles), bomb materials, bow & arrows, bazookas, fire works or anything that could be deemed a weapon by legal authorities (ATF, local Police, etc.) are permitted on campus (campus is defined as parking lot and buildings). Violation of this rule will result in immediate termination and notification to the appropriate authorities. Any student, faculty or staff members who sees or hears of anyone on campus with a weapon is urged to notify the Administrative offices immediately. HATE CRIME REPORTING The current federal regulations require institutions to report as hate crimes any occurrence of criminal homicide, sex offenses, robbery, aggravated assault, burglary, motor vehicle theft, arson, larceny-theft, simple assault, intimidation, destruction, damage, or vandalism of property and any other crime involving bodily injury reported to local law enforcement agencies that manifests evidence that the victim was intentionally selected because of the perpetrator’s bias. 20


The Barber School Catalog Students are encouraged to report crimes that fall into this category to your instructor or directly to the Administration as soon as possible. STUDENT CONDUCT Students are expected to conduct themselves in a courteous, respectful and professional manner and observe school rules at all times. See “Rules and Regulations Sampling” section this catalog: If a first time student or previously enrolled student is dismissed or terminated from school for any reason other than fighting, weapons violation or drugs or withdraws on their own, at the schools discretion, the school may not consider the student for re-enrollment or returning to school for a minimum period of 6 months. (Complete school rules and regulations are issued on the day of Orientation in the "Student Handbook" and may be subject to change. Should a change occur all students will be subject to the new rule(s).)

FERPA - STUDENT’S RIGHTS AND PRIVACY ACT & SAFEGUARDING CUSTOMERS INFORMATION POLICY AND RED FLAGS RULE The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA), gives a student (or in the case of a minor, his/her parents or legal guardian), certain rights with respect to their education records. These rights include: 1] to gain access to their education records under the supervision of an administrative staff member, by appointment. Appointments will be set in a timely manner, but no longer than 45 days from the written request. The written request should identify the record(s) the student and/or parent/guardian wishes to inspect. 2] The right to request the amendment of the student’s education records that the student feels may believe to be inaccurate, misleading, or otherwise in violation of the student’s privacy rights under FERPA. The request to amend should be in writing. The school will notify student of their decision to amend or deny, and this notice will be in writing, giving student procedures on how to appeal. 3] If a copy of their file is requested it will be at a charge of twenty cents per copy. If the requested information or file must be mailed, an additional postage charge will be applied and the information will be mailed in a timely manner, not to exceed 14 days. 4] The school will not release any educational or non-public personal information unless it is authorized by the student in written consent, a copy of which will be kept on file. To prevent identity theft, a student’s non-public personal information, (information which is not publically available; such as name, address, social security number, financial institution, account numbers, enrollment application info, etc.), are maintained in locking files, and available only to authorized personnel. 5] Student has the right to file a complaint with the United States Department of Education concerning any alleged failures by the school to comply with the requirements of FERPA. Written complaints are sent to: Family Policy Compliance Office, USDE, 400 Maryland Ave., SW, Washington, DC 20202-5901. 6] Students are not permitted to inspect the financial records of their parents. 7] The school will permit access to student and other school records as required for any accreditation process initiated by the institution, federal or state agencies, audits, by NACCAS, by COE or in response to a directive of the Commission. Students who have graduated or dropped may request and receive an Official Transcript of their program, hours, grades and services, as long as they do not owe the school any money. 21


The Barber School Catalog Any graduate or drop student who still owes the school money will only receive a Unofficial Transcript (without school seal or signature) and a notation will be placed on the transcript stating that the student owes money to the school. Furthermore, although the school is in a low risk category (per the Red Flag Rules) the school annually reviews it policies for safeguarding information. The school does not publish student directory information. Should it become an issue in the future, it would not be done without allowing the student or guardian the right to deny authorization to publish. Student files are kept in an upstairs Administrative Office that has a sprinkler system in case of fire, and maintained in locked, heavy gauge metal file cabinets. The computers that hold student information is backed up weekly, and kept off site. Students’ enrollment, academic and attendance records will be kept permanently by the school, and financial aid records for only three (3) years. Personal information from a student’s file that is no longer needed is shredded to prevent identity theft. COPYRIGHT INFRINGEMENT POLICY It is the policy of The Barber School to comply with all copyright laws. This includes but is not limited to copying manuals, workbooks, textbooks, periodicals, or peer to peer file sharing. All students and employees are to be aware of and follow these laws. Any member of this institution practicing unauthorized use or distribution of copyrighted materials will be subject to sanctions by this institution, up to and including dismissal from school, or termination of employment. Furthermore, violators would also be subject to Federal criminal offense for copyright law violations. VACCINATIONS POLICY The Barber School does not have an immunization requirement for admission to this institution.

VOTER REGISTRATION In the United States voter registration is the right and responsibility of all people. Approximately 70% of all Americans who are eligible to vote have actually registered. Register today and start exercising your civil right to make a difference. STAND UP AND BE COUNTED – MAKE A DIFFERENCE. To register contact your county Supervisor of Elections Office. GROUNDS FOR STUDENT DISMISSAL (Full or Partial enforcement of the following list will be at the discretion of the school.) • • • • •

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Use of any illegal chemical substances on or near the vicinity of the school premises. Stealing time (clocking in, but not actually being on the school premises and coming back later to clock out) Clocking someone else's time card "IN" or "OUT" at any time while they are not on the premises. VA ATTENDANCE POLICY & STANDARDS OF ACADEMIC PROGRESS

Excused absences will be granted for extenuating circumstances only. Excused absences will be substantiated by entries in students’ files. Early departures, class cuts, tardies, etc., for any portion of an hour will be counted as a full hour of absence. Students exceeding three (3) days unexcused absences in a “calendar month” WILL BE TERMINATED from their VA benefits for unsatisfactory attendance. Students receiving VA educational benefits must maintain a minimum GPA of 80% each evaluation period. The length of an evaluation period varies with each program. (See page 25), Satisfactory Progress Policy.) A VA student whose GPA falls below 80% at the end of any evaluation period will be placed on academic probation for a maximum of two consecutive evaluation periods of enrollment. If the VA student's GPA is still below 80% at the end of the second consecutive period of probation, the student's VA educational benefits will be terminated. A VA student may petition the school to be recertified after attaining a GPA of 80% ATTENDANCE POLICY The schools policy regarding attendance is applied uniformly and fairly. The school is a clock hour school and gives appropriate attendance credit for all hours attended. The school does not add or deduct attendance hours as a penalty and does not round actual hours. Excused and unexcused absences are only for the purpose of determining satisfactory progress. Any clock hours missed must be made up by the students contracted graduation date or there may be a make-up charge as indicated on the Enrollment Agreement.

GENERAL SAMPLING OF SCHOOL RULES (Full Rules and Responsibilities Issued at Orientation)

(During the time of your enrollment, these rules and responsibilities may be subject to change.) 1. All students must obey all rules. (Personal hygiene, sanitation, sanitation assignments and personal conduct...etc). 2. School begins promptly at 8:00am for day students and 5:00pm for night students. 3. A phone call is mandatory if a student is going to be late or absent. (See separate Rules/Tardiness) TARDINESS - Students reporting to school after 8:00am without an excuse are considered tardy. Tardy students must call the school (courtesy call) before class begins 23


The Barber School Catalog if arrival is going to be after the start of class. Tardy means that a student will arrive within the first hour of the beginning class. A phone call is mandatory if a student is going to be late or absent. (See separate Rules/Tardiness) 4. Tuition payments are expected without the student being reminded. It is the student’s obligation to see that payments are made on time each and every month. Late fees may apply to late or missed payments. 5. Each student is responsible for their own equipment at all times. 6. Misuse of another person’s belongs or use of items without permission will not be tolerated. An atmosphere of respect for each student and their belongings is expected. 7. Smoking inside the School is prohibited. 8. Ill temper, open hostility, belligerence or quarrelsome attitudes toward instructors, staff, clients or other students Will not be tolerated and will subject a student to school disciplinary procedures, suspension and/or dismissal. 9. Profanity will not be tolerated. 10. School Uniform Attire: Black or khaki color pants (no jeans), slacks or skirts only (no mini skirts). Black School T-shirt w/school logo worn with the Academy apron or white t-shirt and school issued smock. 11. School Foot Attire: All students must wear close-toed shoes (ie; sneakers, tennis shoes, or professional nursing type shoes) at all times. 12. Saturday attendance is mandatory, if scheduled. Missing either day without properly notifying the school, prior approval or proper documentation, may result in a 1-3 day suspension. 13. No student is permitted to refuse any service. As long as the student has hours remaining in attendance, services will be taken as given. (See Enrollment Agreement) 14. Stealing is grounds for termination and expulsion. DRUG AND ALCOHOL ABUSE POLICY The Barber School has a zero tolerance for drug and alcohol abuse on campus. Campus is defined as buildings or parking lot. Any student or staff caught under the influence, or with drug paraphernalia will be subject to sanctions such as suspension to termination. The Barber School has a Drug and Alcohol Abuse Prevention Program information and organizations available to any student and/or staff member. Administration is available to any student/staff member, if a problem exists and all conferences will be kept confidential. See Admissions or Administration for complete Drug and Alcohol Abuse Policy and information.

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CANCELLATION/REFUND POLICY: INSTITUTIONAL CANCELLATION AND REFUND POLICY In the event a student fails to enter, cancels, withdraws or is dismissed/discontinued from instruction, the following refund policy shall apply. * An applicant rejected by the school shall be entitled to a refund of all monies paid. A student may cancel this agreement at no penalty by notifying the school Administrator in person, by electronic mail or in writing by certified mail within three (3) business days after midnight on the day on which the agreement was signed, whether or not the student actually started classes. This cancellation date will be determined by the postmark, or the date it is actually received if delivered by means other than US Mail. * If a student cancels the agreement after the three (3) business day period, but prior to entering classes, the student is entitled to a refund of all monies paid, with the exception of the registration/enrollment fee of $100.00. * Cancellation after attendance has begun, but prior to 50% completion of the program, the School shall abide by the following refund policy: PERCENTAGE OF SCHEDULED TIME ENROLLED TO TOTAL COURSE

AMOUNT OF TOTAL TUITION OWED TO THE SCHOOL

0.01% to 4.9% 20% 5.0% to 9.9% 30% 10.0% to 14.9% 40% 15.0% to 24.9% 45% 25.0% to 49.9% 70% 50% AND OVER 100% PLUS the amount for textbooks, kit, supply/product fees and educational materials issued and accepted by the student, PLUS the registration/enrollment fee, and PLUS a termination fee of $100.00. • If a student wishes to terminate training, the student must notify the school Administrator in writing. The date of postmarked receipt of the notification, or the date said information is delivered in person to the school Administrator, will become the student’s “withdrawal date.” • In the case of termination by the school, the last physical day of attendance, shall become the “withdrawal date”, but the date the school determines the student is not returning will become the “date of institutions determination of withdrawal”. This is the same in the case of a student not returning from an approved leave of absence. • The school will refund all monies due within 30 days of the 1] “date of institutions determination of withdrawal date” in cases of students terminating, or 2] “documented date of return”, if not returning from a leave of absence, or 3]“withdrawal date” in cases of termination by school. • Any monies due the applicant shall be refunded within 30 days after cancellation or termination. • Enrollment time is defined as the time elapsed between the actual starting date and the student’s last day of physical attendance in the school, or written postmarked notification is received. 25


The Barber School Catalog • In the case of illness or disabling accident, death in the immediate family or circumstances beyond the control of the student, the school will make a settlement, which is reasonable and fair to all concerned parties. • If the school is permanently closed and no longer offering instruction after a student enrolled; the student shall be entitled to a refund of 100% of all monies paid. • If a program is canceled subsequent to a student’s enrollment, the school shall provide a full refund of all monies paid.

SATISFACTORY PROGRESS POLICY: SATISFACTORY PROGRESS The Satisfactory Progress Policy is consistently applied to all students enrolled at the school. It is printed in the catalog to ensure that all students receive a copy prior to the first day of class. The policy complies with the guidelines established by the NACCAS and the federal regulations established by the United States Department of Education. EVALUATION PERIODS Students are evaluated for Satisfactory Progress as follows: 450, 900, 1200, 1500 clocked (actual) hours Evaluations will determine if the student has met the minimum requirements for satisfactory academic progress. The frequency of evaluations ensures that students have ample opportunity to meet both the attendance and academic progress requirements of at least one evaluation by midpoint in the course. ATTENDANCE PROGRESS EVALUATIONS Students are required to attend a minimum of 67% of the hours possible based on the applicable attendance schedule in order to be considered maintaining satisfactory attendance progress. Evaluations are conducted at the end of each evaluation period to determine if the student has met the minimum requirements. The attendance percentage is determined by dividing the total hours accrued by the total number of hours scheduled. At the end of each evaluation period, the school will determine if the student has maintained at least 67% cumulative attendance since the beginning of the course which indicates that, given the same attendance rate, the student will graduate within the maximum time frame allowed.

MAXIMUM TIME FRAME The maximum time (which does not exceed 150% of the course length) allowed for students to complete each course at satisfactory progress is stated below:

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The Barber School Catalog COURSE MAXIMUM TIME ALLOWED WEEKS SCHEDULED HOURS Barber (Full time, 32 hrs/wk) - 1500 Hours 71 Weeks 2250 Barber (Part time, 20 hrs/wk) – 1500 Hours 112 Weeks 2250 The maximum time allowed for transfer students who need less than the full course requirements or part-time students will be determined based on 67% of the scheduled hours. ACADEMIC PROGRESS EVALUATIONS The qualitative element used to determine academic progress is a reasonable system of grades as determined by assigned academic learning. Students are assigned academic learning and a minimum number of practical experiences. Academic learning is evaluated after each unit of study. Practical assignments are evaluated as completed and counted toward course completion only when rated as satisfactory or better (the computer system will reflect completion of the practical assignment as a 100% rating). If the performance does not meet satisfactory requirements, it is not counted and the performance must be repeated. At least two comprehensive practical skills evaluations will be conducted during the course of study. Practical skills are evaluated according to text procedures and set forth in practical skills evaluation criteria adopted by the school. Students must maintain a written grade average of 80% . Students must make up failed or missed tests and incomplete assignments. Numerical grades are considered according to the following scale: 94 – 100 89 – 93 80 - 87 72 – 79 71-less

EXCELLENT VERY GOOD SATISFACTORY BELOW STANDARDS – UNSATIFACTORY FAILING

DETERMINATION OF PROGRESS STATUS Students meeting the minimum requirements for academics and attendance at the evaluation point are considered to be making satisfactory academic progress until the next scheduled evaluation. Each student is provided with a minimum of three written evaluations of Progress Reports during their program period. Students deemed not maintaining Satisfactory Progress may have their Title IV Funding interrupted, unless the student is on warning or has prevailed upon appeal resulting in a status of probation. NOTE: Students may receive an informal report card on a monthly basis that shows academic and attendance progress. WARNING Students who fail to meet minimum requirements for attendance or academic progress are placed on warning and considered to be making satisfactory progress while during the warning period. The student will be advised in writing on the actions required to attain satisfactory academic progress by the next evaluation. If at the end of the warning period, the student has still not met both the attendance and academic requirements, he/she may be placed on probation and, if applicable, students may be deemed ineligible to receive Title IV funds.

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The Barber School Catalog PROBATION Students who fail to meet minimum requirements for attendance or academic progress after the warning period may be placed on probation and considered to be making satisfactory progress while during the first probationary period, if the student appeals the decision, and prevails upon appeal. Additionally, only students who have the ability to meet the Satisfactory Progress Policy standards by the end of the evaluation period may be placed on probation. The student will be advised in writing on the actions required to attain satisfactory academic progress by the next evaluation. If at the end of the probationary period, the student has still not met both the attendance and academic requirements, he/she will be determined as NOT making satisfactory academic progress and, if applicable, students will not be deemed eligible to receive Title IV funds. RE-ESTABLISHMENT OF SATISFACTORY PROGRESS Students may re-establish satisfactory progress and Title IV aid, as applicable, by meeting minimum attendance and academic requirements by the end of the probationary period. APPEAL PROCESS (as it pertains to academic and attendance progress) Students who may have been terminated after failing to achieve minimum requirements, may appeal this determination. The student must submit a written appeal to the Administrative Offices, along with any supporting documentation, reasons why the decision to terminate should be reversed, and a request for a re-evaluation of progress. The student needs to provide sufficient evidence as to why the attendance was below satisfactory level and how it has changed and will stay changed in order to finish within the 150% time frame of the program. This appeal must be received in the Administrative Offices 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) business days of receipt of the written appeal. This hearing will be attended by the student, parents/guardian (if student is a dependent minor), the student’s instructor, and a school Administrative Staff Member. A decision on the student’s appeal will be made within three (3) business days by the attending Administrative Staff Member and will be communicated to the student in writing. This decision will be final. All results, communications, etc, regarding this Appeal will become a permanent part of the students file. Should a student prevail upon his/her appeal, the student will be automatically re-entered in the program and financial aid funds will be re-instated to the eligible student. LEAVE OF ABSENCE Any student receiving Title IV HEA program funds who has been granted an approved Leave of Absence: is not considered to be withdrawn from school; will not be charged any additional fees as a result of the LOA and Title IV funds will not be credited to their account or any loan proceeds released to them during their LOA. However, PELL and SEOG funds may be credited to a student’s account during a LOA because these funds have already been earned. Any student receiving VA Benefits who takes an approved Leave of Absence is now considered to be withdrawn from school per VA requirements, and their VA benefits stopped. VA must be notified of the leave and resulting paperwork dispatched to VA. The school should contact the State Approving Agency for VA for correct procedure of VA notification and re-instatement of benefits. 28


The Barber School Catalog The maximum time limit for a student taking a leave of absence is 180 days. A leave of absence may extend the student’s contract period and maximum time frame by the same number of days in the leave of absence. Students returning after this interruption will enter in the same progress status as when they left. INCOMPLETES / REPETITION OR NON-CREDIT REMEDIAL COURSES Course incompletes, repetitions and non-credit remedial courses do not apply to this institution and have no effect upon the institution’s satisfactory academic progress standards. WITHDRAWALS/RE-ENTERING Any student who withdraws from his/her contracted program or fails to complete his/her training, will have a notice placed in their student file, as to the progress at the point of withdrawal. (See Institutional Withdrawal, Cancellation and Refund Policy) A student making satisfactory progress at the point of withdrawal may apply for re-enrollment at the school up to within 180 days from the date of interruption and will be considered to be making satisfactory progress at the point of re-entry. A student failing to meet minimum satisfactory requirements at the point of withdrawal will be placed on probation for one (1) month when accepted for reenrollment. (See Grounds for Dismissal for additional requirements for those students wishing to re-enroll.) Non-credit remedial programs have no effect upon a student’s satisfactory progress status in this school. TRANSFER HOURS Transfer hours from another institution that are accepted toward the student’s educational program are counted as both attempted and completed hours.

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CAMPUS CRIME SECURITY REPORT: THE BARBER SCHOOL ANNUAL CAMPUS CRIME SECURITY REPORT (* Section 486(e) Higher Education Act of 1998) 2011 - 2012

The Barber School has designated Mr. Torrus Brooks, General Manager, as the contact person for any issues relating to campus security. 1. Mr. Torrus Brooks, Owner, Mrs. Jamila Perkins, Financial Aid Director, Mrs. Angela Nolen Director of Education, Mrs. Shirley Dobbins, Mrs. Ethel Sigler ,Mr. Alex Bohanon, Mr. Joseph Jenkins and Mr. Brandon Craig, Instructors, Mr. Bryant Craig, Registrar, Mrs. Azle Jones and Mrs. Faye Lewis, Receptionist , Mr. Fred Ross, Admissions Director are the designated individuals to open and close the school. 2. The Barber School students and employees are encouraged to leave the building in groups and not linger in the parking lot alone after dark. No staff member closes and leaves the school at night while students are still in the premises (i.e.; in the parking area). 3. The Barber School refers all campus law enforcement issues to The Tennessee Highway Patrol or Memphis Police Department (non-emergency # 901-495-1111, or 911). Since the institution does not have private campus based security personnel. 4. The Barber School has formally requested that Memphis Police Department notify this institution of criminal activity that may have been engaged in by this institutions students at off-campus locations. 5. Memphis Police Department representatives will visit our school upon request to address the students and employees assembly in safety and security procedures and crime watch programs for both themselves, and our institution. 6. The Barber School requested that students and employees report any criminal activity or actions on campus to the designated individual. Mr. Torrus Brooks will assist the students or employees in reporting the incident to state or local police authorities and keep an internal report log in the administrative office. 30


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7. The Barber School encourages prompt reporting of criminal activity or actions (i.e.; manslaughter, arson, murder, forcible and non-forcible sex offense, robbery aggravated assault, burglary motor vehicle theft, liquor violations, illegal drug violation, weapons violations, and crimes of murder, forcible rape and aggravated assault that show evidence of prejudice based on race, religion, sexual orientation or ethnicity as prescribed by the Hate Crimes Statistics Act (28 U.S.C. 534), as being in the best interest of all students and/or employees.

8. In the event that a sexual assault (rape), acquaintance rape, and/or other forcible and non-forcible sex offenses should occur on campus, the individual should report it immediately to Mr. Torrus Brooks, either by contacting him in the administrative offices or by asking a staff member to contact him at home. He will take immediate steps to see that the offense is reported to the correct authorities, if requested by the student and/or employee, and since the school does not have available on-campus, counseling, mental health or other student services for victims of sex offenses, they should contact the Rape Crisis and Sexual Abuse Hotline at 901-946-3323, or 800394-2255 if needed. If a rape does occur it is important to preserve evidence for proof of a criminal offense. The individual should not bath or wash or wash or discard any items of clothing that the assailant came in contact with until the authorities have been notified. 9. Any sexual offense occurring between students and/or employees or both will result in: 1) discussing the options available for changing a victim’s academic situation after the alleged sex offense, if changes are requested by the victim, and 2) the school will implement disciplinary actions in cases of an alleged sex offense after a disciplinary proceeding. Both the accuser and the accused will be entitle to the same opportunities to have others present during a disciplinary proceeding and both will be informed of the school’s final determination in any school disciplinary proceeding with respect to the alleged sex offense and any sanction that is imposed against the accused. 10. The following are the Crime Statistics for the most recent calendar school years. During these years, there were no arrests for the following crimes occurring on campus: (2000-2011) 0 manslaughter on campus 0 arson on campus 0 murders on campus 0 rapes on campus

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(2011-2012) manslaughter on campus arson on campus murders on campus rapes on campus


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0 robbery on campus 0 aggravated assaults on campus 0 burglary on campus 0 motor vehicle thefts on camp 0 hate crimes on campus

(i.e.; sex, race, and religion)

(i.e.; sex, race, and religion)

0 liquor law violators 0 drug abuse violators 0 weapons possessions violators

0 liquor law violators 0 drug abuse violators 0 weapons possessions violators

11. The Barber School, in an attempt to prevent similar occurrence, will instantly report any incident immediately to the campus community of crimes, considered being a threat to other students or employees. These crimes would be of manslaughter, arson, murder, rape, robbery, aggravated assault, burglary, hate crimes and motor vehicle theft.

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