Diversity In Admissions Statement
State College of Beauty Culture welcomes to its learning community women and men of diverse backgrounds, religious affiliations, ethnic and racial identifications, and sexual orientations. It is the basic policy of State College of Beauty Culture to administer its employment and admissions practices – including those pertaining to recruitment, hiring, transfers, promotions, tuition remission, compensation, benefits and terminations- in a non-discriminatory manner, without regard to race, religion, color, age, sex, sexual orientation, national/ethnic origin, handicap/disability, or any other basis prohibited by applicable federal, state, or local fair employment laws or regulations.
New Student Recruitment Policy
The State College of Beauty Culture, Inc. follows the recruitment policies as dictated by NACCAS and does not knowingly attempt to recruit students already attending or admitted to another school offering a similar program of study.
To attend the State College of Beauty Culture, Inc. the following criteria is necessary for admission:
You must be at least 17 years old. If you are under 18, a parent signature is required.
Must demonstrate the prerequisite aptitude for the study of cosmetology subject matter and client communication by showing documentation of your high school diploma or an equivalent certificate (GED, HSED) and transcripts/scores.
Must be competent to meet the physical demands encountered in the respective course. Learning and/or medical disabilities must be supported with valid written documentation to make accommodations within state regulations prior to enrollment.
State College of Beauty Culture seeks to enroll students who are prepared to have a successful college experience. As a result, grades (from high school or previous colleges), test scores, course content, and life experiences may be considered in making an admission decision.
High School Diploma Verification
State College of Beauty Culture will research the validity of any High School Diplomas that are not a recognized High School Diploma.