Welcome! In 1946, brothers Sam and James Federico opened a beauty school based on the belief that “a license doesn’t earn a living, but an education does.” Over 65 years later, Federico continues to go above and beyond the basics in order to deliver a relevant market driven education. Whether it is Cosmetology, Barbering or Esthetics, students receive an education that prepares them for this evolving industry. Federico partners with multiple professional product lines allowing our students to gather a broad base of knowledge to better equip them for their professional career. We believe through education, we can empower personal growth and a collective sense of community. The Federico family’s commitment to the beauty industry runs deep. Members of all three generations have held positions in regional or national industry organizations, and have helped create and guide policy for the benefit of students and professionals alike. We appreciate you taking the time to come in and take a look around. We understand that this is a life changing decision, and we are here to help you along the way. Sincerely,
The Federico Family
Accreditations & Awards Federico has pledged to reduce our impact on the environment by committing to conserving energy and water, reducing waste and pollution, recycling and purchasing recycled products, and implementing green building measures. 2008, SMUD: Community Energy Award 2008, Sacramento Sustainable Business: Business of the Year
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For five decades Pivot Point has been a leader in beauty education, training premier beauty professionals around the world. From hair designers to estheticians, to competition stylists and those who go on to teach future professionals, our educational methods are trusted to provide a solid foundation for success.
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Enrollment checklist Requirements
□□May enroll at 17 years of age if completed high school. □□Must have proof of one or more of the following: • High School Diploma • High School transcript in sealed original envelope • GED
□□Must be a U.S. Citizen or able to provide documentation as an eligible non-citizen. □□Must pass the required aptitude entrance exam administered at time of enrollment. All instruction is given in English; we do not offer multi-lingual instruction.
Enrollment Process 1. To begin the process, schedule an appointment with an admissions advisor. 2. Schedule a time to take the required aptitude entrance exam and bring the required documents. (Refer to the Required Documents List) 3. Meet with the financial aid advisor to discuss financial aid options or to set up a monthly payment plan for the school. 4. Pay the intial deposit of $150 to register for class. This is not covered by financial aid, $120 non-refundable/ transferable. 5. You will be notified within 24 hours of paying the deposit of your enrollment status (except on weekends). 6. Once notified of enrollment status, schedule a final contract appointment and choose an orientation date. You are responsible for meeting every enrollment requirement, which means reading and understanding all materials, providing all requested paperwork, and attending all scheduled appointments. If you are unable to keep any scheduled appointment, you must call in advance to reschedule at (916) 418-7223. All services are performed by students under the close supervision of certified educators.
Important Enrollment Information Federico provides the highest level of education for students that desire a successful career in the beauty industry. Because our standards for excellence are high, we only select students that are academic minded, goal-oriented and serious about receiving progressive training and gaining invaluable practical experience. During an enrollment evaluation process, we determine if you are the ideal fit for our school with a rating system that evaluates your overall attitude, punctuality, and ability to follow instructions by bringing in required paperwork and reading your admissions materials. To help guide you through this process, our admissions advisor is here to answer questions you may have about the school or enrollment process. At all times, you are responsible for meeting every enrollment requirement. This means reading and understanding all materials, providing all required paperwork, and attending all scheduled admissions appointments. If unable to keep any scheduled appointment, you must call in advance to reschedule.
Once you have met with the financial aid advisor, you may pay a deposit to hold your spot in the program. The deposit does not guarantee your acceptance for enrollment rather it serves as your space-holder. After a review of your file, you may be requested to attend a mandatory interview with a member of the administrative department. This meeting is to determine if enrollment at Federico is the ideal fit for your career path by asking a deeper level of questions. Once the enrollment process is completed, you will be notified of your acceptance status within 24 hours (except on weekends). If you have been accepted, we will then process your check or credit card deposit. If you are required to attend a one on one interview, your deposit will be held until an outcome is determined. If Federico decides we are not the best fit your deposit will be refunded in full.
When may I pay my enrollment deposit? You may pay your deposit only after you have met with the financial aid advisor
What paperwork do I need to complete to enroll? All the forms and information are on the required documents sheet
Do I need to have a high school diploma or G.E.D.? Yes, you will need a high school diploma, G.E.D, or official transcripts.
I do not live with my parents, am I still a dependant? If you are under the age of 24, not married, have no children of your own, are not in the armed forces, and are not an orphan, you are considered a dependant regardless of whether or not your parents claim you on their taxes. If you are not sure of your dependency status fill out Step 3 in the FAFSA form. If you answer NO to the questions in that section and it tells you to go to Step 4 you are a dependant. We will then need your parentâ€™s tax information to complete the financial aid process.
What if I do not have a copy of my social security card or diploma? You cannot meet with the financial aid advisor
until you bring in all required documents. You will need to apply for a new social security card at the social security administrative office. You may bring a copy of the receipt from the social security office until you bring your social security card. If you have lost your high school diploma you will need to bring in an official high school transcript in the original sealed envelope. Faxed or open transcripts will not be accepted.
How many students are enrolled in each class? There are sixteen students in the Esthetics full-
time, Esthetics part-time, Cosmetology full-time, and eight in the Cosmetology part-time class.
How quickly do the classes fill up? There is no way for Federico to determine how
quickly the classes are going to be filled. The best way to ensure that you will get into the class that you want is to get all required paperwork in quickly after you test. There is never a guarantee that anyone will get into a class until they have gone through the entire enrollment process and paid their deposit.
How do I know what classes are available? A Federico representative can provide you with a list of the available classes during your admissions appointment. We do not call to inform anyone when a class fills; you must contact the admissions office directly to inquire about availability
cosmetology : cos路me路tol路o路gy the art or practice of the beautification of the hair, skin, or nails.
With Pivot Point, cosmetology students progress through a modular education system that helps the learning process. Studying each subject step-by-step with learning aids such as videos, computers, DVD, and guest presenters, we provide the ins-and-outs of everything we teach. We provide the tools for you to become confident and successful professionals.
Cosmetology Curriculum Full Time:
Hair Sculpting, Design, Color (15 Weeks) 5 weeks: Ladies Hair Sculpting; 5 weeks: Hair Color; 2 weeks: Men Hair Sculpting; 3 weeks: Hair Design
Hair Sculpting, Design, Color (24 Weeks) 8 weeks: Ladies Hair Sculpting; 8 weeks: Hair Color; 3 weeks: Men’s Hair Sculpting; 5 weeks: Hair Design
Student Salon Experience INITIAL (5 weeks)
Student Salon Experience: INITIAL (8 weeks)
Texture (5 Weeks)
Texture (8 Weeks)
Student Salon Experience (5 weeks)
Student Salon Experience (8 weeks)
Skin, Nails (5 Weeks) 3 weeks: Skin; 2 weeks: Nails
Skin, Nails (8 Weeks) 5 weeks: Skin; 3 weeks: Nails
Student Salon Experience (5 Weeks)
Student Salon Experience (8 Weeks)
Design Forum Dynamics, State Board Class (5 Weeks) 4 weeks: Design Forum Dynamics; 1 week: State Board Class
Design Forum Dynamics, State Board Class (8 Weeks) 6 weeks: Design Forum Dynamics; 2 weeks: State Board Class
Student Salon Experience FINAL (8.5 Weeks) 8.5 weeks: Student Salon Experience The final weeks of the education, prior to graduation, will be devoted entirely to practicing what has been learned in their classes.*
Student Salon Experience FINAL (8 Weeks) 8 weeks: Student Salon Experience The final weeks of the education, prior to graduation, will be devoted entirely to practicing what has been learned in their classes.*
*If the student has missed any hours up to this point in their education, they will spend additional hours on the salon floor until they complete their 1600 hours required for graduation.
ϭϭ Externship Program: at completion of 960 clock hours, 10% of hours you may observe a licensed professional in a local salon or spa. ϭϭ Pre-application to State Board: at completion of 1200 clock hours (75%), students can pre-apply to guarantee an exam date within 2 weeks of graduation, and there is approximately a 6 week to 6 month wait.
ϭϭ Graduation Rate: 86% ϭϭ Job Placement: 85% ϭϭ Licensing Rate: 91%
Cosmetology Course Descriptions Ladies Hair Sculpting Hair form, texture and structure Hair Color Color application and bleaching Men Hair Sculpting Hair form, texture, structure Hair Design Braiding, wet sets, press & curl, wig fitting and styling Student Salon Experience Hands-on experience with actual clients. Students will perform services that they have learned during their first set of classes. Salon Dispensary: for one week, students will learn how to distribute color, products, and supplies to their peers Texture Perm, relaxing, soft curling, extensions
Student Salon Experience Hands-on experience with clients. Students will perform services that they have learned during their first classes Skin Fundamentals of skin and beauty, includes facials, waxing, and makeup application Nails Natural and artificial nail procedures, manicure, pedicure, nail design and art Design Forum Dynamics New/advanced designs and approaches to traditional favorites in hair sculpting, color, and finish work for the upcoming fashion season: either fall/winter or spring/ summer. State Board Class Student will be tested and coached on State Board written and practical procedures to instill the confidence and skills necessary to pass the State Board examination.
Upcoming Cosmetology Class Start Dates FULL-TIME 12.5 months to complete the course Hours: Tuesday–Friday: 9:30 a.m.–5:30 p.m. Start dates:
June 18, 2013 July 23, 2013 August 27, 2013 October 1, 2013 November 5, 2013 December 10, 2013 January 21, 2014
PART-TIME 18.5 months to complete the course. Hours: Tuesday–Friday: 5:30 p.m.–8:30 p.m. Saturday: 8:30 a.m.–5:00 p.m. Start dates:
June 11, 2013 August 6, 2013 October 1, 2013 December 3, 2013
Cosmetology Student Tuition Fees COsmetOlOGy PROGRam COst: $20,193.00 Standard Tuition: $15,693.00 Supplies (estimated): $4,500.00 Additional Costs: State Board Fee Estimate: $134.00 Credit check fee (if applicable): $20.00 Refundable locker deposit (optional): $20.00 Black & white clothing, close-toed shoes Additional supplies list given at financial aid appointment.
teXtBOOKs RequiReD: Pivot Point Designer’s Approach Student Package Book Set: (Cosmetology Fundamentals, Sculpture, Color, Hair Design, Texture, and Salon Success). Texbook included in supplies. ClOCK HOuR RequiRements: 1600* Can be completed by either a full-time schedule of 30 hours per week for 53.5 weeks or with a part-time schedule of 20 hours per week for 80 weeks. Full Time Schedule: 30 hours a week for 53.5 weeks 12.5 months minimum Tuesday–Friday 9:30 a.m.–5:30 p.m. Part Time Schedule: 20 hours a week for 80 weeks 18.5 months minimum Tuesday–Friday: 5:30 p.m.–8:30 p.m. Saturday: 8:30 a.m.–5:00 p.m. Absences: Please see student disclosures at www.federico.edu. *This program completion time is based on perfect attendance, students will be eligible for graduation ceremony at normal time completion which is 90% attendance
ReGistRatiOn DePOsit: In order to register for a class start date you must complete the steps of enrollment and pay the registration deposit of $150.00 to Federico. This payment includes the $20.00 credit check fee and $20.00 locker deposit. Acceptable payment methods include cash, check, money order, bank check and credit cards (except American Express). If you do not pay the deposit, you are not guaranteed a spot in class.
esthetics : aes路thet路ics or es路thet路ics the beautification of skin.
Federico offers a dynamic skin education. Esthetics students will learn to perform facials and therapeutic massage; aromatherapy; make-up application; color analysis; waxing; and the evaluation, consultation, and treatment of minor skin disorders such as acne and dry, aging skin.
Esthetics Curriculum PHase 1: introduction to esthetics 150 hours (80% theory, 20% practical) Esthetics Acts/Rules Sterilization/Disinfection Microbiology/Bacteriology Salon Success
suBJeCts Waxing/Tweezing Makeup Physiology/Histology Nutrition
PHase 2: Facial techniques and Wellness 150 hours (30% theory, 70% practical) Detoxification Anatomy Back Facials Use of Facial Machines Paraffin Facials Micro-dermabrasion Health and Safety Product Analysis/Ingredients Skin Analysis/Disorders PHase 3: advanced esthetics 150 hours (30% theory, 70% practical) Advanced Facials Electricity Aromatherapy Spa Jet, Oceana Operation Body Treatments Glycolic Solar Bronzing PHase 4: state Board Prep & employment 150 hours (20% theory, 80% practical) Business Aspects Galvanic Treatment Suction, Atomizer Esthetics in the Medical Field Externship Opportunities High Frequency (direct & State Board Prep Course indirect)
Waxing/hair removal: Eyebrow, face, chin, lip, arm, underarm, bikini, back, legs (full and half) makeup: Daytime, evening, bridal, everyday, special occasion/fantasy, eyelash application (strip and individual) Facial treatments: Plain (with and without scrub), derma light (red, blue, white), ultra purifying, refresher, de-stressing, tune-up, detoxifying, lip conditioning, multi-task eye, paraffin, electricity, galvanic, high frequency, glycolic 1&2, pumice peel, vita mineral, purity, alpha hydroxyl, enzymes, microdermabrasion Body treatments: Purity, Swedish miracle, body fango, body polisher, mud wrap, herbology, retexturizer, oil wrap, solar bronzing, de-stressing back treatment, Vichy, Capsule, dry room treatments
ϭ Externship program: at the completion of 450 clock hours, 10% of hours you may observe a licensed professional in a local salon or spa. ϭ Pre-application for State Board: at 450 clock hours (75%), students can pre-apply to guarantee an exam date as early as 2 weeks after graduation. If students do not pre-apply, there is a 6 week- 6 month wait.
2011 Results ϭ Graduation Rate: 86% ϭ Job Placement: 85% ϭ Licensing Rate: 91%
Esthetics Student Tuition Fees ESTHETICS PROGRAM COST: $9,709.00 Standard Tuition: $7,709.00 Supplies (estimated): $2,000.00 Additional Costs: State Board Fee Estimate: $124.00 Credit check fee (if applicable): $20.00 Refundable locker deposit (optional but recommended): $20.00 Black & white clothing, close-toed shoes Additional supplies list given at financial aid appointment.
CLOCK HOUR REQUIREMENTS: 600* Can be completed by either a full-time schedule of 30 hours per week for 20 weeks or with a part-time schedule of 20 hours per week for 30 weeks. Full Time Schedule: 30 hours a week for 20 weeks 5 months Minimum Tuesday–Friday 9:30 a.m.–5:30 p.m.
Part Time Schedule: 20 hours a week for 30 weeks 7.5 months Minimum Tuesday–Friday: 5:30 p.m.–8:30 p.m. Saturday: 8:30 a.m.–5:00 p.m.
Absences: Please see student disclosures at www.federico.edu. *This program completion time is based on perfect attendance, students will be eligible for graduation ceremony at normal time completion which is 90% attendance
REGISTRATION DEPOSIT: In order to register for a class start date you must complete the steps of enrollment and pay the registration deposit of $150.00 to Federico. This payment includes the $20.00 credit check fee and $20.00 locker deposit. Acceptable payment methods include cash, check, money order, bank check and credit cards (except American Express). If you do not pay the deposit, you are not guaranteed a spot in the class.
Upcoming Esthetics Class Start Dates FULL-TIME 5 months to complete the course Hours: Tuesday–Friday: 9:30 a.m.–5:30 p.m. Start dates:
May 21, 2013 July 30, 2013 October 8, 2013
PART-TIME 7.5 months to complete the course. Hours: Tuesday–Friday: 5:30 p.m.–8:30 p.m. Saturday: 8:30 a.m.–5:00 p.m. Start dates:
July 30, 2013 November 12, 2013
barbering : bar路ber路ing to cut and dress the hair typically of men, and to shave or trim the beard.
Federico’s Barbering course is a signature curriculum that combines old world tradition with new school thinking. Striking the perfect balance between classic and contemporary barbering, students will be exposed to practices from conventional techniques to today’s newest urban trends.
Barbering Curriculum Phase 1: (Weeks 1-14)* Microbiology Implements and Tools Men’s Contemporary Cuttings/Basic Air Forming Clipper Work & Fading Anatomy & Physiology Facials
Infection Control Disorders of the Scalp and Hair Men’s Shear over Comb Facial Grooming/Shaving Disorders of the Skin Written & Practical Finals
Phase 2: (Weeks 15-28) Barber Shop Management Phase One Business, IRS Taxes Thermal Hair Styling Chemistry
History of Barbering & Professional Image Women’s Hair Cutting Press & Curl Hair Coloring
Phase 3: (Weeks 29-42) Permanent Waving Barber Shop Management Phase Two
Men’s Hair Replacement
*Models are required on Wednesday and Friday starting the third week. After Phase 1, students will be in the class in the morning and on the clinic floor in the afternoon.
Pre-application to State Board: At completion of 1125 clock hours. Students can pre-apply to guarantee an exam date as early as 2 weeks after graduation. If students do not pre-apply, there is a 6 week-6month wait. Job Placement Assistance Available
Barbering Student Tuition Fees Barbering PROGRAM COST: $15,593.00 Standard Tuition $13,593.00 Supplies (estimated) $2000.00 Additional Costs: State Board Fee Estimate: $134.00 Credit check fee (if applicable): $20.00 Refundable locker deposit (optional but recommended): $20.00 Black & white clothing, close-toed shoes
TEXTBOOKS REQUIRED: Milady’s Standard Professional Barbering
CLOCK HOUR REQUIREMENTS: 1500* Will be completed by a full-time schedule of 38 hours per week for 39.5 weeks. Full Time Schedule: 38 hours a week for 39.5 weeks 10 months Minimum Tuesday–Friday: 9:30 a.m.–5:30 p.m. Saturday: 8:30 a.m.–5:00 p.m.
Absences: Please see student disclosures at www.federico.edu.
REGISTRATION DEPOSIT: In order to register for a class start date you must complete the steps of enrollment and pay the registration deposit of $150.00 to Federico Beauty Institute. This payment includes the $20.00 credit check fee and $20.00 locker deposit. Acceptable payment methods include cash, check, money order, bank check and credit cards (except American Express). If you do not pay the deposit, you are not held a spot in the class. *This program completion time is based on perfect attendance, students will be eligible for graduation ceremony at normal time completion which is 90% attendance
2013 Barbering Class Start Dates June 11
Advanced Education Advanced education reflects the natural evolution of our founder’s saying, “A license doesn’t earn a living, but an education does.” The cosmetology industry is constantly changing and in order for stylists to stay relevant, they need to be continuously inspired. We believe that education is the vital link that bridges the stylist to the industry. The cosmetology industry is all about what is hot, what is new, and what is in and we want to provide an educational platform for our students to not only be involved in the current trends, but also be able to create them! The goal of our recent expansion was to grow this school into an independent educational house where all stylists, methodologies, and backgrounds would be given a platform and embraced. We want our education to focus on the ideas and stylists that enhance and push the profession into the future. In order to live this philosophy we offer multiple classes throughout the year. Classes are provided by resident artists as well as guest artists such as Steve Elias and Nick Arrojo.
Above (left to right): Gerard Scarpaci, co-founder of HairBrained, Nick Arrojo, Celebrity Hairstylist, and Adam Federico, Creative Director of Federico.
Required document list ENROLLMENT DOCUMENTS All documents must be turned into the enrollment coordinator before you will be given an appointment with the financial aid advisor.
□□Enrollment Application □□Picture ID with name matching SSC (drivers license, passport, military id) □□Social Security Card with name matching ID (must be signed) □□High School Diploma/GED/Official High School Transcript □□Alien Documentation if required (Green Card, Permanent Resident Card)
Students with Prior Hours:
□□Official Documents providing completion amounts for operations and theoretical hours FINANCIAL AID DOCUMENTS You will need to fill out your FAFSA online at www.fafsa.ed.gov and use the IRS Data Retrieval tool for your 1040 tax form and W2 for the required year. If you are not able to do so online, you will need to request a paper copy of the FAFSA from your Admissions Advisor. You will need to bring in the following forms prior to being given an appointment with the financial aid advisor:
□□2013/2014 FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) Use your income/taxes to complete. If applicable, complete parent information and have parent sign.
□□SIGNED 1040 Tax Form for you, your spouse, and parents (whatever is applicable) from the year 2012
□□W2 forms or Schedule C Form for you your spouse, and parents (whatever is applicable) from the year 2012
□□Documentation of any untaxed income you may have received such as AFDC, welfare, disability, child support, unemployment You may bring your registration deposit of $150.00 to your financial aid appointment.
Senate Bill 1349, Chapter 619, Statutes of 2012, prohibits public and private postsecondary educational institutions, and their employees and representatives, from requesting a student, prospective student, or student group to: (1) disclose a user name or password for accessing social media; (2) access personal social media in the presence of the institution’s employees or representatives; and (3) divulge any personal social media information. Institutions are prohibited from suspending, expelling, disciplining, or threatening to take any of those actions, or otherwise penalizing a student, prospective student, or student group in any way for refusing to comply with a request or demand that violates the aforementioned prohibitions. Institutions are not prohibited from: (1) exercising rights and obligations to protect against and investigate alleged student misconduct or violations of applicable laws and regulations; or (2) taking any adverse action against a student, prospective student, or student group for any lawful reason. Senate Bill 1539, Chapter 151, Statutes of 2012, requires textbook publishers and their agents or employees to provide a faculty member of a public or private postsecondary educational institution who selects the student textbooks, with specified information regarding products offered, wholesale and retail pricing, and differences and changes in new editions of textbooks. Senate Bill 1289, Chapter 623, Statutes of 2012, requires public, private and independent educational institutions to state in all printed and online financial aid materials and private loan applications distributed or made available by the institution: (1) federal student loans are required by law to provide a range of flexible repayment options, including, but not limited to, income-based repayment and income-contingent repayment plans, and loan forgiveness benefits, which other student loans are not required to provide; and (2) federal direct loans are available to students regardless of income. Institutions are also required to clearly distinguish private loans from federal loans in individual financial aid awards by stating, for any private loans included by the institution as part of the institution’s award package: (1) whether the rate is fixed or variable; (2) an explanation that private student loans can offer variable interest rates that can increase or decrease over time, depending on market conditions; (3) an explanation that private student loans have a range of interest rates and fees and students should determine the interest rate of, and any fees associated with, the private student loan included in their financial aid award package before accepting the loan; (4) an explanation that students should contact the lender of the private student loan or their postsecondary educational institution’s financial aid office if they have any questions about a private student loan; and (5) an explanation that the interest rate on a private loan may depend on the borrower’s credit rating. Institutions that provide a private loan lender list must also provide general information about the loans available through the lender and disclose the basis for each lender’s inclusion on the list. The institution must also disclose that the student has the ability to choose any lender.
Financial Aid Financial Aid
SCHOLARSHIPS & GRANTS
Education todayâ€”and especially good educationâ€” can be more expensive than many people can afford without assistance. Federico does not want the cost of tuition to interfere with you receiving the highest possible quality training in cosmetology and esthetics. Therefore, we provide a variety of tuition payment options, including federal student aid resources such as Pell grants, SEOG Grants, and student/parent loans.
The following list of websites has been compiled to aid students in accessing external scholarships and grant information. These websites are not related to Federico in any way!
Title IV Funding (Federal Pell Grants, Federal SEOG Grants, Federal Direct Stafford Student Loans and PLUS Loans) are considered the primary source of Financial Aid at Federico. Federal Grants are funds that are not paid back and are issued to eligible students based on financial need, income and the number of members in a family. Direct Subsidized Loans and Direct Unsubsidized Loans are available to students attending Federico. The lender of both loans is the U.S. Department of Education. Subsidized loans do not accumulate interest while you are attending school, during the six-month grace period, or during deferments. Eligibility is based on financial need as determined under federal regulations. Unsubsidized loans accumulate interest beginning on the day the loan is credited to your account. You may begin to pay the interest while you are in school, during the grace period or during deferment. You also have the option of capitalizing the interest. Eligibility is not based on family income. For qualifying Federico students, we are also approved by the following agencies: SETA and WIA Funding VA Approved Benefits Vocational Rehabilitation
www.fastweb.com www.finaid.org www.students.gov
FINANCIAL AID PROCESS Within 24-hours of your Financial Appointment, you will be notified of your acceptance status. If you have been accepted, we will then process your check or credit card deposit. If you are required to attend a one-on-one interview, your deposit will be held until an outcome is determined. If it is determined Federico is not the best fit, your deposit will be refunded in full. Once accepted for enrollment and your initial deposit has been processed, you will be assigned a mandatory orientation date. You must attend an orientation before your first day of class. Prior to your assigned orientation date, you will be scheduled an appointment to finalize financial aid, sign the enrollment contract and receive a student handbook. Co-Signers are not required for your student loans; however, if your credit is considered questionable, Federico may require your bookstore account be secured by an individual/co-signer with good credit. In the event that a student drops from the program and fails to complete his/her financial obligations, the co-signer would be responsible for all applicable charges. Please be aware there is a $20 fee for every credit report ran for prospective students and potential co-signers. A credit score of 620 is required. Federico reserves the right to review your credit score prior to accepting enrollment at our institution. If you have additional questions or would like additional details regarding this subject, please speak with your financial aid advisor.
stUDy aBroaD Students at Federico have the opportunity to take advantage of our study abroad program. This program, through our affiliation with Pivot Point, allows students to receive a portion of their education in various international destinations. Not only will students be able to experience different cultures, they will be able to attend classes with some of Pivot Pointâ€™s world-renowned educators. Previous excursions have sent students to Australia, United Kingdom, Japan and Italy.
Student Application for Admission Applicant Information
Name (first, last, middle initial)
Cell phone (include area code)
Home phone (include area code)
Date of birth
Social Security #
Drivers license #
Ethnic Background & Citizenship Ethnicity (please check all that apply)
□ African American
□ Native American
□ Alaskan Native
□ Other (specify)
Are you a U.S. Citizen?
Emergency Contact Information
If no, are you an eligible non-citizen?
Program Information Check which program you are applying for:
Are you applying for:
□ Full time
□ Part time
□ Not certain
Do you have prior hours from another beauty school that you wish to transfer into our program?
If yes, list school name
Number of Hours Federico Application / page 1
Education □ Yes
Do you have proof of receiving a high school diploma or GED?
If no, you will need to obtain official transcripts from your school or educational facility. Federico is not responsible for verifying this information for you. Please check any additional education that you have completed beyond high school: □ None
□ Some college
□ Associates degree
□ Bachelors degree
□ Other (specify)
Name of last school attended
Employment Employer name (most recent)
Employed from (month, day, year)
Employed to (month, day, year)
Job title Are you receiving unemployment, welfare, social security, or AFDC?
Will any of these outside organizations provide tuition assistance in any form such as deposit fee assistance or tuition assistance? If yes:
Family Information Marital status
Name of spouse
Do you have any dependants?
Number of dependants
Physical Health and/or Ability Information
Age(s) of dependants
(Must provide documentation)
Check all that apply:
□ Speech impaired
□ Visually impaired
□ Physical handicap
□ Learning disability
□ Other impairments:
Do you have any acute allergies?
If yes, please list:
Are you currently taking any medications?
If yes, please list:
Do you have any physical or psychological reasons that would limit or prohibit you from giving and/or receiving services related to the program that you are applying for?
If yes, please explain
Federico Application / page 2
Additional Information Have you ever cancelled enrollment and/or been terminated from an
educational training program? (Please wait to initial if you are unsure and would like to discuss the implications of the question.)
If yes, please explain: □ Yes
You may download our complete course catalog prior to enrollment
Do you understand that Federico operates under a specific attendance schedule and that by enrolling into a program your attendance will be monitored and expected on a daily basis? By initialing the above question you are demonstrating an awareness that poor attendance can and will result in financial and/or educational penalties.
from our website at www.federico.edu Federico operates under a drug free policy. Students are forbidden to
attend class under the influence of any drugs or alcohol. Will you be able to abide by that policy? Have you ever been convicted of a felony, or misdemeanor other than a minor traffic violation? Have you ever been convicted of possessing or selling illegal drugs?
If yes, to either a felony or a drug related offense, please provide date and description of conviction. Failure to notify this school about felony or drug convictions can and will effect your ability to obtain a state license and/or financial aid.
During the enrollment process you may be required to attend a mandatory interview (please see the enrollment guide for further information about the enrollment process at Federico). Please provide us with at least 2 dates and times that you would be available, should the interview be required of you. (Example: Thursdays after 2 p.m. and Wednesdays at noon).
Availability #2 In order to enroll at Federico you must be able to provide the school with a $150 deposit, which is not covered by any financial aid and must be paid before you sign a Federico enrollment contract. This fee must be paid in full in order to hold a spot for you in a specific
class. You may not pay your deposit until after you have met with the financial aid officer. Are you able to pay the $150?
Federico Application / page 3
Respect, Inspire, Create Federico was founded on the idea that a license alone does not earn a living, but an education does. We believe through education, we can empower personal growth and a collective sense of community. Our reputation is staked upon years of delivering on our promises and maintaining the highest of ethical standards while staying relevant and vital. It is with this in mind that we believe in these guiding principles: • Respect the Craft—devoting yourself to what you do, everyday • Respect Others—Living in balance with the world • Respect Yourself—Holding yourself accountable for your actions; Integrity • Get Inspired! Find your passion • Stay Inspired—committing to a project and following it through to completion • Inspire Others—having the courage to make your passion contagious • Create Beauty—it’s what we do! • Create Your Future—We give you the tools, you just need to use them • Create!
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