Q. - What programs do we offer?
A. - Cosmetology & Cosmetology Instructor
Q. - How many hours are required for each program?
A. - Cosmetology - 1500 hours Cosmetology Instructor-600 hours
Q. - What are the admission requirements?
A. - A minimum of three personal interviews are required, to explain our program and to help you determine your potential for success. You may schedule an interview by phone, e-mail, or mail.
Q. - How do I enroll?
A. - To enroll you need to bring the following:
- High school diploma or GED
- Picture ID
- Social Security card
- If you are under the age of 18, you must have your birth certificate and a parent or legal guardian must come with you to sign the enrollment agreement.
- If you are enrolling in the Instructor program, you will need to bring your current cosmetology license.
- All paperwork must be submitted to the Arkansas State Board of Cosmetology by the school one week prior to start date.
Q. - What are the hours of the school?
A. - Our school is open Monday thru Friday from 9:00 am until 3:30 pm, and Saturday from 8:00 am until 2:30 pm. Night classes vary from campus to campus. Holidays will affect the hours of operations. (Only Jacksonville offers evening classes at this time.)
Q. - Do you have night classes?
A. - Yes, We have night classes available at our Jacksonville Campus. (Schedules may vary.)
Night 4:30 pm - 9:00 pm (Jacksonville Campus)
Q. - When do classes begin?
A. - All day classes begin on the first Monday of each month. If a Holiday falls on the day classes are scheduled to begin, then that class will begin on the first Tuesday or the following week.
Q. - How will I be graded?
A. - Throughout your tenure at Arthur's, you will be given academic tests, practical tests, and other assignments.
90 - 100 A
80 - 89 B
75 - 79 C
60 - 74 D
0 - 59 F
You must maintain at a minimum 75% average in the theory portion of your program and a 75% in the practical portion of your program of study.
Q. - Do you have financial aid available?
A. - Our school is nationally accredited and eligible for financial aid programs to those who qualify. The quality of your education will determine your earning potential throughout your lifetime. Inferior training is never a bargain. Lack of funds shouldn't prevent you from attending Arthur's Beauty College, Inc. We feel it is our duty to help you organize your tuition terms. We will try to help you resolve any tuition problems you may have.
Q. - What kind of jobs will I be qualified for once I receive my license?
Cosmetology - As a Cosmetologist, you are licensed to work in all of these fields. You may work with one or more specialties or in the entire field. Whatever you choose, your career options are virtually unlimited. You may choose to be a stylist, salon owner, manager, manicurist, color technician, perm specialist, sales representative, plat form artist, cosmetic chemistry, Aesthetician, image consultant, etc. The list could go on and on.
Cosmetology Instructor - As an Instructor, you will be licensed and qualified to teach all phases of cosmetology. You can work in private or public schools. All schools that teach cosmetology are required to have a licensed Instructor teaching the class. Some of the larger beauty supply companies require their educators to have an Instructors license.