Levittown Beauty Academy

8919 New Falls rd Levittown PA 19054 US

 215-943-0298

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              LEVITTOWN BEAUTY ACADEMY LLC

                                   
The Levittown Beauty Academy LLC does not discriminate against any applicant or student because of race, ethnic origin, color, religion, sex, age, national origin, sexual orientation, marital status, or handicap or disability which does not interfere with performance of essential job functions after reasonable accommodations, if any. Admission is based upon an applicant's ability to meet the established requirements for admission.  This commitment extends to participation in all educational programs and activities of the school.

  LICENSING AND ACCREDITATION

The Levittown Beauty Academy was established in 1964, and licensed by the Pennsylvania Department of State, Commissioner of Occupational Affairs, state Board of Cosmetology, and is empowered by that authority to train and certify students for examination in all licensed Beauty Culture Arts and Sciences.  The Levittown Beauty Academy LLC is nationally accredited by the National Accrediting Commission of Career Arts and Sciences.(NACCAS)

The Levittown Beauty Academy is approved by the Pennsylvania Department of Education for the training of Veterans and other persons and by the United States Immigration and Naturalization Service for foreign students.  Further approvals include: The bureau of Vocational Rehabilitation, The Bucks County Office of Employment and Training, and the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. Department of Labor and Industry, Bureau of Employment Services and Training, Trade Acts of 1974 and 1981.

Member of the Association of Accredited cosmetology Schools.

                                          RIGHTS AND PRIVACY ACT PROVISIONS

Each year the Levittown Beauty Academy LLC informs students of the family Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974.

 School records regarding a student's personal data, hours, financial payments, and progress and/or   achievement records will be released to a third party only on written instructions from the student and/or parent or guardian if the student is a dependent minor. This does not apply to requests by our accrediting agency, NACCAS, unless otherwise required by law.   Forms are available in the office and a new form is required for each  request.

Any student (or parent or guardian if student is a dependent minor) who requests the opportunity to review his

or her records will be given access to all records pertaining to the requesting student as often as the student wishes.  The

inspection will be supervised by the school's director, supervisor, or teacher.  No student will be given the opportunity to review the records of another student.

The school will also maintain a common federal aid folder by federal year containing student Pell Grant applications and ISARS

 or paper SARS and all loan information by federal year.  During periods of audit or review, student records will be made available to the auditor or reviewer.

To comply fully with the provisions of the Federal Drug Free School Act of 1988 and with  federal regulations regarding campus security,  Levittown Beauty Academy  has available its drug and alcohol policy, related counseling information, and the annual Campus Security Report, which each student receives upon enrollment.

To comply with federal regulations, Levittown beauty Academy makes available to all applicants and interested persons a report on job placement statistics, Pa. State Board licensing pass/fail ratio, and graduation rates.

  MISSION STATEMENT

 Levittown Beauty Academy LLC's mission is to provide our students with the opportunity to receive an education in cosmetology and the fields of beauty, prepare our students to take and pass the Pennsylvania State Cosmetology licensing  exam, and provide our students with exceptional training needed for a career in the beauty industry immediately upon graduation.

 The Levittown Beauty Academy LLC, founded in 1964, has prepared thousands of graduating students for careers in the field of cosmetology.

 Levittown Beauty Academy is a private comprehensive school licensed by the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, Department of State, Bureau of  Professional and Occupational Affairs, State Board of Cosmetology, for the training of students in the licensed courses of cosmetology, cosmetology teacher, and nail technician.  Levittown Beauty Academy LLC is accredited by the National Accrediting Commission of Career Arts and Sciences. (NACCAS)  Additional approvals and professional memberships can be found in other areas of this catalog.

Our courses are prepared, structured, and presented so that each student receives a well rounded education in the cosmetology profession.  Our professional teachers and staff use up to date techniques, equipment, and products for instruction.  In our customer clinic, senior students develop and practice their skills on patrons, so that they are immediately employable upon graduation.  Each of our instructors has had years of experience in the field and have owned, managed, or worked in salons, so that students receive practical advice and instruction to prepare them for the business world.

For more than 50 years the Levittown Beauty Academy has been dedicated to teaching students superior technical skills as well as an ethical approach to the profession.  This spirit carries over to today's Levittown Beauty Academy, where diverse backgrounds unite to carry out it's professional objectives with an atmosphere of respect for the individual.

Levittown Beauty Academy LLC is located in Levittown, Pa., a suburb of Philadelphia, and across the river from Trenton, New Jersey.

The school has approximately 6500 sq. feet of learning area.  In the junior clinic, beginning students learn and practice their skills on mannequins.  This area is fitted with all equipment needed for junior instruction.  The senior clinic is where advanced students learn and hone their skills on patrons.  Services in this area are practiced in the professional atmosphere of a beauty salon, while under the tutelage of an experienced instructor.  Separate classrooms are used for theoretical instruction, and contain video equipment, blackboards, and desks.

The Levittown Beauty Academy has easy access for handicapped persons.

Platform artists visit frequently to offer our students specialized demonstrations and lectures to enrich the students' education.  These classes include, but are not limited to: styling, cutting, coloring, perming, braiding, extensions, facial and make-up artistry, clipper cuts, salon management, career opportunities, and nail technician.  Our students have the opportunity to explore many options in the beauty industry.

A career in cosmetology has many rewards.  The potential for financial reward is excellent, because this profession is rapidly growing, and is the third largest industry in this country.  Trained cosmetology professionals are in demand.  Once trained and licensed, an individual can fit this career to his own needs, whether he chooses to be self-employed or work for a salon or large company.  Many opportunities exist to branch out into relevant fields.
                

      THE BEAUTY PROFESSION is creative and fulfilling for the imaginative individual.  There is immediate gratification because one can see the results of one's work.  It is an exciting field because of the constant changes in style.  It can be a lot of fun to interact with people, and certainly never dull.  One of the most rewarding aspects of the job is the smile on a satisfied patron's face.

As in classic cars, there are classic lines to hairstyling, cutting, and all aspects of beauty.  Even though specific looks are different, similarities can be found in the underlying design. The Levittown Beauty Academy LLC is most conscious of the link between past, present, and future trends, and trains its students in all basic and modern techniques so that as fashion trends change, they have the skills to change with the times and create the latest looks.

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS

COSMETOLOGY AND NAIL TECHNICIAN COURSES:

The Levittown Beauty Academy LLC admits as regular students only persons who have graduated from a school providing secondary high school education or the equivalent (GED), or official state certification of high school graduation level from a home schooling program.   

Students wishing to reenter the program will be considered according to the Satisfactory Academic Progress Policy beginning on page 8.

COSMETOLOGY INSTRUCTOR'S COURSE:

The LEVITTOWN Beauty Academy admits applicants who are 18 years of age or older and have graduated from a school providing secondary education or the recognized equivalent (GED), and have completed an approved cosmetology program.

UNIFORM DRESS CODE:

Levittown Beauty Academy's students wear black slacks or skirt with any color blouse, shirt, or sweater along with a black tapered smock and closed toe shoes.  The black smock will be issued with the kit and books on the first day of school, or it may be purchased from a beauty supply store if the student wishes, or if the student damages or loses the school- issued smock.

TUITION AND FEES

COSMETOLOGY COURSE-    1250 HOURS OF TRAINING

TUITION…………………………………………………………………..............……………………..$15000.00

MATERIALS (COMPLETE KIT OF IMPLEMENTS, SMOCK, AND TEXTS)………..………..$750.00

TOTAL COST OF INSTRUCTION……………………………………………………………..........$15750.00


COSMETOLOGY INSTRUCTOR- 500 ADDITIONAL HOURS

TUITION…………………………………………………………………………………………..............…$4000.00

BOOKS AND SMOCK……………………………………………………………………………….............$200.00

TOTAL COST OF INSTRUCTION……………………………………………………………............$4200.00


NAIL TECHNICIAN COURSE..200 HOURS OF TRAINING…………………..............$2000.00

MATERIALS (COMPLETE KIT, SMOCK, AND TEXT)…………………………………………......$400.00

TOTAL COST OF INSTRUCTION………………………………………………………………..........$2400.00

The above courses are designed to prepare students for the Pa. State licensing examinations.  Should additional

 training be required, it will be provided at a pro- rated cost per hour.

PAYMENT PLANS

COSMETOLOGY COURSE

REGISTRATION & PROCESSING FEE…………………………………………………………...........$100.00

MATERIALS…………………………………………………………………………………………...............$750.00

WEEKLY PAYMENT……………………………………………..........DAY STUDENT ……….....…$298.00

                                 ……………………………………………..NIGHT STUDENT……………....$149.00

COSMETOLOGY INSTRUCTOR

REGISTRATION & PROCESSING FEE…………………………………………………………............$100.00

BOOKS…………………………………………………………………………………………………...............$200.00

WEEKLY PAYMENT.………………………………………………         DAY STUDENT……..........$208.00

                                    ……………………………………………NIGHT STUDENT……………....$104.00 

NAIL TECHNICIAN COURSE 

REGISTRATION & PROCESSING FEE.……………………………………………..………… ..........$100.00

MATERIALS………………………………………………………………………………………..…..............$400.00

WEEKLY PAYMENT……………………………………………….........DAY STUDENT…….………..$245.00

                                  ……………………………………………....NIGHT STUDENT…………….$123.00

These figures are examples only.  Payments can vary according to the amount of financial aid received, (title IV funds are applied to tuition accounts and payments are adjusted accordingly) or be lowered by submitting a down payment . Accepted payments include checks, cash, money orders, and credit cards.

Should the school permanently close and no longer offer instruction after a student has enrolled, the student shall be entitled to and will receive a pro rata refund of tuition.

Weekly and monthly payments apply to day and evening students.

*registration and processing fee which is not in addition to, but deducted from tuition costs.

CREDIT FOR PREVIOUS AND TRANSFER TRAINING

The Levittown Beauty Academy will give credit for previous training if  the following conditions are met:

The previous training was in an accredited cosmetology school.
The time period between the start date at the previous school and the projected completion date at Levittown Beauty Academy will fall within the 4 year period required by the State of Pennsylvania.
Levittown Beauty Academy is provided with an official transcript  of hours completed and grades achieved from the previous school.
Subject matter and grades achieved fall within Levittown Beauty Academy’s minimum requirements.
An initial period of attendance in the junior clinic may be necessary for senior student transfers  for evaluation purposes.

FEDERAL PELL GRANTS

The Pell program is a federally administered program available to eligible students.  Students may receive up to $5815.00 per academic year of 900 hours, or up to $8076.00 for the 1250 hour program.  Applications are available from the school office. You can also apply online http://www.fafsa.ed.gov/. Eligibility is determined by the federal government.  In addition to demonstrating financial need, a student must make satisfactory academic and attendance progress.  The school's director can help you determine your eligibility for this grant.

FEDERAL DIRECT LOAN PROGRAM

Federal Student Aid is financial assistance through the U.S. Department of Education.  A student enrolled in an eligible program as a regular student can qualify for up to $13,583.00 towards the cosmetology course.

APPLICATION PROCEDURE FOR FINANCIAL AID

All applicants for financial aid must file the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA).  Applications are available in the office.  As long as there is continuing evidence of satisfactory progress, as well as financial need, the school will make every effort to assist the student in obtaining financial aid.


Veteran's Education Benefits are also available for those who qualify.

IN ORDER TO REMAIN ELIGIBLE FOR FINANCIAL AID, A STUDENT MUST MAINTAIN SATISFACTORY ACADEMIC AND ATTENDANCE PROGRESS.  THE SCHOOL'S SATISFACTORY PROGRESS POLICY IS DISTRIBUTED TO ALL STUDENTS AND PUBLISHED IN THE CATALOG AND ON THE WEBSITE.
 

COURSES AND PROGRAM PROCEDURES

 
GOALS:

All courses are designed so that each student receives an effective education in both theory and practical experience and attains knowledge in his/her chosen course.  Each student will be prepared to successfully pass the Pennsylvania State Board Examination, and market his/her professional and technical skills in the cosmetology field.  The Levittown Beauty Academy LLC instills in each student the skills and professional knowledge and ethics necessary to succeed in the cosmetology industry. Students are counseled and made aware of all areas in which there training will make them marketable in the profession.

 
COURSE: COSMETOLOGY

DESCRIPTION AND OBJECTIVES:

The cosmetology course is a 1250 clock hour program to train students in both theory and practical experience to take and pass the Pennsylvania State Cosmetology Examination and become licensed to obtain immediate employment in the field of cosmetology.  The course is structured to give each student a well rounded and marketable education.

 

LICENSE:          Cosmetologist

 
CONTENT

THEORY, ALL RELATED SUBJECTS………………………………………………………….…….220 HOURS

SHAMPOOING………………………………………………………………………………....…….………20 HOURS

SCALP AND HAIR TREATMENTS……………………………………………………………….……..40 HOURS

FACIALS AND MAKE UP………………………………………………………………………....……..50 HOURS

HAIR CUTTING AND SHAPING……………………………………………………………………….215 HOURS

PERMANENT WAVING & CHEMICAL RELAXING………………………………………….….150 HOURS

HAIR COLORING……………………………………………………………………………...…………..200 HOURS

HAIRSTYLING…………………………………………………………………………………....…………200 HOURS

NAIL TECHNOLOGY………………………………………………………………………...……………. 90 HOURS

SALON MANAGEMENT & EMPLOYMENT…………………………………………………..………25 HOURS

STERILIZATION AND HYGIENE……………………………………………………………….………..40 HOURS

TOTAL HOURS……………………………………………………………………………………...…….1250 HOURS

 


                                            COSMETOLOGY INSTRUCTOR

 DESCRIPTION AND OBJECTIVES:

A 500 hour course designed to prepare each student with the knowledge and ability to provide an effective instructional program to his/her students.

 
LICENSE:  COSMETOLOGY INSTRUCTOR*

 
CONTENT:

THEORY, ALL RELATED SUBJECTS…………………………………………………………………..210 HOURS

CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT……………………………………………………………………………90 HOURS

CLASSROOM PRESENTATIONS…………………………………………………………………………90 HOURS

STUDENT PREPARATION FOR PA. STATE BOARDS………………………………………………100 HOURS

COUNSELING PROCEDURES……………………………………………………………………………10 HOURS

TOTAL HOURS……………………………………………………………………………………………..500 HOURS

 

                                                NAIL TECHNICIAN

DESCRIPTION AND OBJECTIVES

This course is designed to instruct students in the correct procedure for giving a complete basic and advanced manicure, including the handling of implements and techniques applied in nail artistry.

LICENSE: NAIL TECHNICIAN

CONTENT:

THEORY, ALL RELATED SUBJECTS…………………………………………………………………….37 HOURS

PLAIN MANICURE PROCEDURE…………………………………………………………………………67 HOURS

COSMETIC APPLICATION………………………………………………………………………………….8 HOURS

ADVANCED AND ARTIFICIAL NAIL TECHNIQUES…………………………………………………….80 HOURS

STERILIZATION AND HYGIENE……………………………………………………………………………8 HOURS

TOTAL HOURS (REQUIRED FOR PA. STATE BOARD)**…………………………………………..200 HOURS

FORMAT FOR ALL COURSES INCLUDES:

PRACTICAL DEMONSTRATIONS, PRACTICAL HANDS-ON EXPERIENCE, AUDIO-VISUAL MATERIALS, PRACTICAL AND THEORETICAL WORKBOOKS AND WORKSHEETS, SCHOOL'S OUTLINED NOTES FOR EACH SUBJECT, AND WRITTEN AND PRACTICAL TESTS AND EVALUATIONS.

CLASS SCHEDULE: Classes start the first Monday of every month.

DAY PROGRAM ALL LICENSES:

MONDAY THROUGH FRIDAY 9:00 AM TO 2:00 PM

 
EVENING PROGRAM ALL LICENSES:

MONDAY, WEDNESDAY, AND THURSDAY 6:00 PM TO 10:00 PM

 

 
*students who enroll in the cosmetology instructor program must first complete the 1250 hour cosmetology program.

**New Jersey now requires an additional 100 hours for a total of 300 hours to take the N.J. exam.
 

SATISFACTORY ACADEMIC PROGRESS POLICY /REQUIRED LEVEL OF ACHIEVEMENT

All students are required to achieve at least a 70% theory average, and a passing evaluation in all practical and clinic procedures.  All senior students are required to perform a minimum number of clinic services to qualify for graduation.  When a student achieves required passing grades in theory, performs the minimum number of clinic services, and attends the required number of hours for his course, he will be issued a graduation certificate.

Same As or Stricter Than:

The school’s SAP policy applies to all NACCAS approved programs, and   the school’s SAP policy for Title IV, HEA students is the same as the school’s standards for students enrolled in the same educational programs who are not receiving Title IV aid.

The Director in the financial aid office reviews the Title IV SAP policy to ensure it meets all federal requirements. The Director of Academic Affairs notifies financial aid office if the school changes its academic policies.

SATISFACTORY ATTENDANCE POLICY

QUANTITATIVE REQUIREMENT

Students are required to attend a minimum of 67% of his/her educational program in no longer than 150% of the published length of the program as measured in clock hours as determined by the program in order to be considered making Satisfactory Academic Progress.  Evaluations are conducted at the end of each payment period to determine if the student has met the minimum requirements. Evaluations are based on the cumulative attendance percentage as of the last day of the evaluation period. 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. Full-time students are scheduled to attend 25 clock hours weekly and part-time students are scheduled to attend 12 clock hours weekly. Any student arriving past 9:15 will be considered tardy and must report to the director. Unless the situation is deemed an emergency, the student will not be permitted to enter class.


EVALUATION PERIODS:

Formal evaluations for Satisfactory Academic Progress are conducted with the student at the following Scheduled clocked hours: (ADJUSTED FOR TRANSFER STUDENTS ACCORDING TO HOURS TRAINED)
 

Cosmetology:                   1250 clock hours:                  450, 900 And 1250 clock hours

 
Nail Technician    :               200 clock hours               100 and 200 Clock hours
 

Cosmetology Instructor

Program:                             500 clock hours               250 and 500 clock hours
 

Financial Aid Warning:

The school evaluates Satisfactory Academic Progress at the end of each payment period.  A student will be notified if he  falls below a 70% theory average, or if the student is not completing the required amount of clock hours to keep Pace with the requirements for graduation within the 150% time frame.  There is a 67% cumulative attendance requirement that each student would have to meet at the end of each payment period. Failure to meet these requirements will result in the student being placed on Financial Aid Warning for one payment period.  A student who is put on a Financial Aid Warning can continue to receive Title IV aid for the next payment period after they receive the warning status.  The status will be conferred automatically without the student appealing their SAP status.

 APPEAL PROCESS:

 
If the student does not make SAP at the end of the Financial Aid Warning period, they lose their Title IV and HEA funds, if applicable financial aid eligibility. The student may have the opportunity to have their financial aid eligibility reinstated by appealing the decision, prevailing upon the appeal,  and being placed on Financial Aid Probation.  The student has five days to institute an appeal.  The appeal must be given to the School Director, who in turn will meet with the Admissions Director, the Financial Aid Director and the Accounts Director to make a decision on the appeal. 
 
The basis on which a student may file an appeal is: death of a relative, an injury; or illness of the student; or other special circumstance.
 
The student must provide supporting documents and describe in writing any unusual circumstance(s) that the student believes deserve special consideration.  The student must provide information as to why they did not make SAP and what has changed that will allow them to make SAP by the next evaluation point.


Once the School Director receives the appeal, they will evaluate the appeal and provide a decision within ten (10) business days.  The School Director will notify the student in writing of the decision and that decision is final.  All documentation will be kept in the student’s file.


Financial Aid Probation:

If Probation Status is granted, the student will regain Title IV, HEA eligibility for the next eligible payment period only.  The student must be making SAP at the end of the payment period to regain Title IV, HEA funding for the next payment period.  

Students who regain SAP at the next reporting period will have regained full eligibility for Title IV, HEA funding; those who are not making SAP will continue to be ineligible to receive Title IV funds without the option to appeal.

Reinstatement of Title IV Aid:

Reinstatement of aid is limited to the period under evaluation. Students making SAP by the conclusion of the Warning or Probation period will be removed from the warning/probation status and will regain eligibility for Title IV, HEA funding

Pace Measure of Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP)

The school’s satisfactory academic progress policies must contain a Pace measure. The policy defines the pace that our students must progress to ensure educational program completion within the maximum timeframe of 150%. For clock hour schools, the maximum time frame is no longer than 150% of the published length of the educational program as measured in the cumulative number of clock hours the student is required to complete.

 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 (full time):WILL BE PRO-RATED FOR TRANSFERS)

                                                       Normal           Maximum           Normal           Maximum  

                                   Clock Hours  Timeframe f/t   Timeframe       Time Frame  p/t Time Frame

 

Cosmetology                   1250         52 weeks        75 weeks        104 weeks          150 weeks

Cosmetology Instructor     500          20 weeks        30 weeks        40 weks               60 weeks

Nail Tech                            200          8 weeks         14 weeks        14 weeks             28 weeks

Qualitative Measure of Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP)

The qualitative element used to determine academic progress is a reasonable system of grades as determined by assigned theory study.  Theory is evaluated after each unit to study.  Students must maintain a cumulative theory grade average of at least 70 % At the end of each progress report period (payment period).

Students must make up failed or missed tests and incomplete assignments.  Practical skills performances are counted toward course completion only when considered satisfactory or better and are therefore, not a component of satisfactory progress.  If performance does not meet satisfactory requirements, it is not counted and the performance must be repeated until a satisfactory level of performance is achieved.  The school uses the following grading scale:

                                    93-100              A         

                                    85-92                B         

                                    77-84                C         

                                    70-76                D         

                               Below  70          Failing       

Practical and clinic procedures are evaluated as follows:  PASS or FAIL

The students who have failed to meet the Qualitative standards are placed first on Financial Aid Warning; if no improvement over the next payment period, they may appeal the decision and could be placed on Title IV, HEA Financial Aid Probation.  The Director of Financial Aid in coordination with the Office of Academic Affairs monitors qualitative progress.

Students who meet minimum requirements are considered to be making satisfactory progress until the next scheduled evaluation.

ACADEMIC PROGRESS POLICY

All students are required to maintain a minimum academic and practical level of performance in all subjects equivalent to a 70% grade average.  Grade point average is based on the cumulative average of tests, and on the evaluation of practical work graded on a pass/fail basis relative to his/her clock hour level of training.

Each cosmetology student will be counseled and be evaluated at 450 hours and 900 hours, as well as at the end of his course.

Students taking the nail tech course and  instructor course will be counseled and receive their grades at the mid point and at the end of their respective courses.  ( 100hr/200hr and 250hr/500hr. respectively)

Students are expected to sign in on time.  Al l students are on a clock hour program.  The school rounds actual attendance hours to the nearest quarter hour.

Only students who meet the minimum requirements for attendance and academic progress shall be considered to be making satisfactory progress until the next scheduled evaluation.

Counseling sessions are between the student and his teacher.  Discussions will include the student’s weaknesses strengths and goals, and methods for improvement.  Students will have the opportunity to supply input on their training and on the overall program.  All counseling sessions will include an evaluation of the student’s academic and attendance   progress.  The student and the teacher who is conducting the evaluation will each sign the counseling record.  A student who meets the minimum standards as set forth in this publication will be deemed to be making satisfactory progress until his next scheduled evaluation.  A student not in compliance with the school’s minimum standards will be considered to be on probation until the next scheduled evaluation if:

the institution evaluates the student’s progress and determines that the student did not make satisfactory academic progress during the warning or previous evaluation period and
the student prevails upon appeal of a negative progress determination  prior to being placed on probation and
the institution determines that satisfactory academic progress standards can be met by the end of the next evaluation  period and
the institution develops an academic plan for the student that, if followed, will ensure that the student is able to meet the institution’s  satisfactory academic progress requirements by a specific point within the maximum timeframe established for the individual student.

A student not making satisfactory progress can request probation if his progress Is borderline and/ or he can show that he can and will meet minimum progress standards in the next period.  Students who are granted a period of probation will be considered to be making satisfactory progress until the next evaluation point and be eligible for Title

IV assistance.  If the student is making satisfactory progress at the end of the probationary period, the probation will be terminated.   A student on probation who does not make minimum satisfactory progress at his next evaluation point will be withdrawn from school.

A student for whom the school has cancelled his enrollment for not making minimum satisfactory progress may reenter the program after 30 days if he can show intent and the ability to meet the academic and attendance progress standards as defined in this publication.  Students choosing this option will be required to enter into a new contract with the school for the remaining amount of hours required to graduate. The student must reenter making the same satisfactory progress as when he/she left the program.  A student returning from a leave of absence must also reenter making the same satisfactory progress as when he/she began the leave.

Students who had been receiving Title IV assistance before being withdrawn from school due to a negative satisfactory progress determination or have been granted a leave of absence will have their aid reinstated if—a) they have prevailed upon appeal, b) have reentered after an approved leave of absence, or c) have reentered training and have reestablished satisfactory progress.

Course incompletes, course repetitions, and non-credit remedial courses do not apply to cosmetology education- therefore they do not have any effect on the school’s minimum satisfactory progress standards.

The satisfactory academic policies adopted and/or developed by the school, and contained herein, are for the benefit of those pursuing a career in cosmetology and related professions.  This policy effectively ensures that each student is making measureable progress towards the completion of his course of study, and will be a marketable member of the profession.

LEAVE OF ABSENCE POLICY

A student who is meeting the requirements of the satisfactory progress policy may request a leave of absence for no more than 180 days in a 12 month period.  Documentation for the reason for the leave must be submitted to the director and a LOA form filled out and signed. There must be a reasonable expectation that the student will be able to return to school after his leave.  If, because of extraordinary circumstances, such as accident  or death in the immediate family etc., a written request cannot be obtained, a leave may be granted by the director by phone, and the leave may be signed for upon a student's return with documentation.  A notation will be kept in the student folder.  The leave of absence will commence with the last day of a student's physical attendance .A student on a leave of absence shall not be considered withdrawn.  A student who does not return by the last day of the leave of absence will be withdrawn as of his last day of attendance, this date will be used as the withdrawal date for purposes of title IV refund calculations    All federal regulations will be followed concerning LOAs.  The leave will extend the student's contract and maximum time frame for program completion by the same number of days as the leave. The contract end date  will be amended and initialed by all parties. 

 
MAKE UP POLICY

Students are expected to graduate by the completion date on their contract.  Students who need to make up hours may do so at the current hourly rate of $12.00.

 REFUND POLICY

1.)  An applicant not accepted by the school shall be entitled to a refund of all monies paid.

2.)  If a student (or the parent or legal guardian of a dependent minor ) cancels his/her enrollment and requests money back within three business days of the signing of an enrollment agreement, all monies collected by the school shall be refunded. 

3.)  If a student cancels his/her enrollment after 3 business days from the signing of an enrollment agreement but prior to entering classes, he/she shall be entitled to the return of all monies paid the school, less a registration and processing fee of $100.00.

The cancellation date will be determined by the postmark on a written request, or the date notice is given to the director or owner in person.  This policy applies whether or not the student has actually started training.

4.)  For students who enroll in and begin classes, the following schedule of tuition adjustment is authorized, and will be calculated from the student’s last day of attendance:

 USED PERCENTAGE OF ENROLLMENT                                    AMOUNT OF TOTAL TUITION

     TIME OF COURSE                                                                      SCHOOL SHALL RETAIN

     0.01%  TO 4.9%                                                                             20% RETAINED

     5.0 %    TO 9.9%                                                                            30% RETAINED

    10.0%    TO 14.9%                                                                          40% RETAINED

    15.0%   TO  24.9%                                                                         45%  RETAINED

    25.0%   TO  49.9%                                                                         70%  RETAINED

    50.0% AND OVER                                                                         100%  RETAINED

"Enrollment time" is defined as the time elapsed between the actual starting date and the date of the student's last day of physical attendance in the school.  Any monies due the applicant or student shall be refunded within 45 days of formal cancellation by the student as defined in item 2.)  or formal termination by the school, which shall occur no later than 30 days from the last day of physical attendance, or in the case of a leave of absence, the documented date  of return, or the date a student notifies the school that he/she will not be returning from a leave, whichever is earliest.

5.)  The cost of extra items to the student such as kits, books, smocks, textbooks, etc.  and an administration fee of $100.00 will become nonrefundable items and will not be considered in the refund calculation.  Students are not required to purchase these items from the school, they may obtain them on their own, but should they elect to purchase them from Levittown Beauty Academy they become the student’s property.

6.)  In case of injury or disabling accident, death in the immediate family, or other circumstances beyond the control of the student, the school shall make a settlement which is reasonable and fair.

7.)  Should the school permanently close and no longer offer instruction after a student has enrolled, the student shall be entitled to and will receive a pro rata refund of tuition.

8.)  Should a course be cancelled subsequent to a student's enrollment, and before instruction has begun the school shall at its option a) refund all unused monies paid, or provide completion of the course and or program.

9)  Should a student be terminated by the school, he will be determined to owe the school according to the refund calculation on page 13, and federal funds owed will be determined according to the official Title IV  refund calculation..

RETURN OF TITLE IV FUNDS
DATE OF DETERMINATION THAT THE STUDENT WITHDREW:

For schools required to take attendance the school’s date of determination that the student withdrew may not be more than 14 days after the last date of attendance.  Funds must be returned within 45 days after the Date of Determination. 

TREATMENT OF TITLE IV FUNDS WHEN A

STUDENT WITHDRAWS FROM A CLOCK HOUR SCHOOL

The School is required by federal statute to calculate the percentage of earned Title IV Funds received or pending to be received and to return the unearned funds for a student who withdrew, was terminated or failed to return from an approved leave of absence.  If a student fails to return from a Leave of Absence the Date of Withdrawal is the last day the student attended class before the Leave began. 

Recalculation is based on the percentage of earned aid using the following Federal Return of Title IV funds formula:

Percentage of aid earned = the number of scheduled hours in the payment period completed up to the student’s last date of attendance as per the school’s attendance records, divided by the total clock hours in the payment period.

If this percentage is greater than 60%, the student earns 100% of the disbursed Title IV funds or aid that could have been disbursed.

If this percentage is less than 60%, then the percentage earned is equal to the calculated value.

Funds are returned to the appropriate federal program based on the percent of unearned aid using the following formula:

Aid to be returned = (100% minus the percent earned) multiplied by the amount of aid disbursed toward institutional charges. If a student earned less aid than was disbursed, the institution would be required to return a portion of the funds and the student may be required to return a portion of the funds. All Title IV funds that the institution must return will be made no later than 45 calendar days after the date the school determines that the student withdrew. 

When Title IV funds are returned, the student may owe a balance to the institution.

If a student earned more aid than was disbursed to him/her, the institution must send written notification to the student (or parent for PLUS loan funds) to offer a post-withdrawal disbursement for any amount not credited to the student’s account no later  than 30 calendar days after the date that the school determines that the student withdrew . The institution is required to make a post-withdrawal disbursement within 45 days of the student's date of determination that they withdrew for grants and 180 days of the student’s date of determination that they withdrew for loans. 

Refunds are allocated in the following order:

Unsubsidized Federal Stafford Loan

Subsidized Federal Stafford Loan

Federal Parent (PLUS) Loan

Federal Pell Grant

Federal Supplemental Opportunity Grant

Other Title IV assistance

State Tuition Assistance Grants (if applicable)

Private and institutional aid

The student

Post Withdrawal Disbursements:

The school must offer any amount of a post-withdrawal disbursement within 30 days of the “Date of Determination” to the student or parent.  This must be done by providing a written notification to the student or parent.  The written notification must identify the type   

And amount of the “title IV funds that make up the Post-withdrawal Disbursements.  The student must either accept or decline some or all of the Post-withdrawal Disbursement.   If the PWD is accepted by the student and/or parent, the institution has 45 days for grants and 180 days for loans from the “Date of Determination” to disburse the funds or decline to do so at its own discretion.

A Post Withdrawal Disbursement must be made from available grant funds first, before taking available loan funds.  No permission is required to disburse grant funds.

                                            STUDENT RIGHTS AND RESPONSIBILITIES

                         The following are the rights and responsibilities of students receiving federal funds:

YOU HAVE THE RIGHT TO ASK THE SCHOOL:                  IT IS YOUR RESONSIBILITY TO:

The names of its accrediting and licensing                      Review and consider all information about a

organizations.                                                                   school program before you start.

About its program, faculty, and physical and                   Pay special attention to your application for

instructional facility.                                                         student aid and complete it accurately.

Cost of attendance and refund policy.                             Notify the school of any changes since you applied

What financial assistance is available.                            Provide all additional documentation,

How it determines your financial need. Eg:                     verifications, new information, or changes which

cost of tuition, materials, and fees.                                  affect your financial need when requested by

How and when you will be paid.                                      the school office.

To explain each type of aid in your package.                  Read, understand, and keep copies of all forms you Sign.

                                                                                     The interest rate and payment schedule of any Loans you have.              

                                                                                     Comply with the provisions of any promissory note.

How the school determines satisfactory progress.          and other agreements you sign.

About deadlines and procedures for submitting              Repay any student loans you have.

applications.                                                                     Notify the school of any change of address.

For an explanation of how your aid is applied.                Attend an exit interview if you have a student loan.

For a receipt of all tuition or other money paid                Understand the school's refund policy.

the school.

The refund priority of title IV funds.

 STUDENTS PURSUING A NEW JERSEY LICENSE

Students who wish to apply for a New Jersey license may, upon completion of the cosmetology program, take the Pennsylvania State Boards.  After successful completion of the Pa. State Boards, the student would contact the New Jersey State Board of Cosmetology to take and pass a short shaving exam ( Pa.Does not require shaving).  Another option is to take the 1250 hours certified by the Levittown Beauty Academy LLC to a New Jersey licensed school for certification to sit for the New Jersey State Board of Cosmetology examination.

CLOCK HOUR POLICY

The number of clock hours required for each course offered by the school and listed in the catalog is in full compliance with the actual clock hours required by the licensing laws in the State of Pennsylvania.  Students receive all actual clock hours they train while the school is in session and these hours are applied to the total clock hours reported to the Pennsylvania State Board of Cosmetology.  The school does not deduct from or add to the total accrued for any reason.  The school does not assign additional hours for any reason without exception.

SCHOOL HOLIDAYS

The school is closed on the following holidays: New Years Day, Martin Luther King Day, Good Friday, Easter Monday, Memorial Day, July 4th, Labor Day, Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Eve.(night program), Christmas Day, December 26, and New Years Eve. (night program).

GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS

A student that has completed the required number of hours for his particular course of study, maintained the academic and attendance policies set forth by the school and included in this catalog, and has satisfied all financial obligations to the school, will be awarded a graduation diploma in his/her course of study.

PENNSYLVANIA STATE EXAMINATION

Each student who has completed his course of study and has graduated must take and pass the Pa. State Board Examination given by the Pa. State Board of Cosmetology in order to become licensed to practice in the State Of Pennsylvania.  The exam consists of a written portion and a practical portion.  Applicants must take a mannequin to the test.  All classes prepare our students to take and pass the exams, and mock state board exams are given throughout the program.

PLACEMENT AND EMPLOYMENT ASSISTANCE

The Levittown Beauty Academy LLC offers its graduates (regardless of date graduated) assistance in finding employment.  The school maintains a list of employers who have notified the school of employment opportunities, and a list is kept on the school website, levittownbeautyacademy.com.  However, the school cannot and does not guarantee employment or a specific wage.

 

FACULTY AND STAFF

 

Ms. Nancy DeVenuto                                                                                                  Sole LLC Member

 

Ms. Cecilia A. Pine                                 License No. CT009322                     Supervisor /Director/ Instructor

 

Mr. Derryl  DeVenuto                             License No. CT016813                                     Admin/ Instructor

  

Ms. Kim Orr                                            License No. CT176388                                         Instructor

 

Ms. Bonita L. Gahagan                          License No. CT018769                                          Instructor

 

Ms. Jennifer Zummo                               License No. CT177434                                         Instructor

 

Ms. Michelle Fusaro                               License No. CT177441                                         Instructor

 

Ms. Tracy Bennett                                  License No. CT177528                       Substitute  Instructor   

 
STUDENT CONDUCT POLICY

All students are expected to conduct themselves in a manner which is in accordance with the school's rules and regulations.  These are described in your enrollment agreement.  Please read it carefully.  In addition, each student receives a copy of the Student Handbook, which describes in detail student responsibility in the area of conduct, appearance, courtesy, educational goals and more.  These guidelines have been developed to ensure that the programs offered by the Levittown Beauty Academy LLC are instructive and rewarding for all.

Should the school determine that a student has demonstrated a pattern of behavior which is not conducive to learning or is contrary to the goals of the school in regards to the student body, that student's enrollment will be terminated.

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                                           MINIMUM STANDARD PROGRESS POLICY

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The following is the program length and maximum time frame for each course offered by the Levittown Beauty Academy LLC.  In order to make satisfactory attendance progress, the maximum time frame is 150% of the program length.

 
COSMETOLOGY PROGRAM:

Full Time Students                                        Program Length 12 Months              Maximum: 18 Months

Part Time Students                                       Program Length  24 Months             Maximum:  36 Months

 
INSTRUCTOR PROGRAM

Full Time Students                                        Program Length: 5 Months                Maximum: 10 Months

Part Time Students                                       Program Length: 10 Months              Maximum: 15 Months

 

NAIL TECHNICIAN

Full Time Students                                       Program Length:  2 Months               Maximum: 3 Months

Part Time Students                                      Program Length:  4 Months               Maximum 6 Months

 

The satisfactory academic and attendance policies adopted and/or developed by the school, and contained herein, are for the benefit of those pursuing a career in cosmetology and related professions.  This policy effectively ensures each student is making measurable progress towards the completion of the course of study, and will be a marketable member of the profession.

PLEASE GO TO OUR WEBSITE: LEVITTOWNBEAUTYACADEMY.COM TO REVIEW GAINFUL EMPLOYMENT STATISTICS , MEDIAN DEBT INFO FOR STUDENTS WHO HAVE COMPLETED OUR PROGRAM,  USEFUL  LINKS  TO FEDERAL  DEPT. OF EDUCATION INFORMATION , AND OTHER IMPORTANT INFORMATION FOR STUDENTS.

GROWTH IN THE INDUSTRY    

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 Economic Snapshot of the Salon and Spa Industry

May 2014 Professional Beauty Association

Salon Industry Snapshot

The salon and spa industry is a vibrant and growing component of the U.S. economy, with more than 1.1 Million total establishments and annual sales of nearly $46 billion.

Salon Establishments With Payroll Employees

2012 Establishments 92,157

2012 Sales $22.9 billion

Non-Employer Salon Establishments*

2012 Establishments 824,119

2012 Sales $23 billion

Source: Bureau of Labor Statistics, U.S. Census Bureau; 2011-2012 figures

The salon and spa industry registered steady growth over the last decade, with the strongest gains seen in the non-employer sector. The number of non-employer salon and spa establishments increased 83 percent in the last decade, while their sales jumped 93 percent. In comparison, the number of employment-based salon and spa establishments increased 16 percent over the last decade, with their sales rising 39 percent.

Salon Industry Establishment and Sales Growth Over the Last Decade

Employment-Based Salons versus Non-Employer Salons

Employment-Based Establishments 16%

Employment-Based Sales 39% 

Non-Employer Establishments 83% 

Non-Employer Sales 93%

Source: Bureau of Labor Statistics, U.S. Census Bureau

*A Non-Employer Establishment is a business entity that has no paid employees. For data purposes the federal government counts each distinct business income tax return filed by a non-employer business as an establishment. As a result, an individual such as an independent contractor could be classified as a non-employer establishment. Non-employer businesses may operate from a home address or a separate physical location. Examples of non-employer establishments in the salon industry could include 1) a small salon business owned and operated by one individual, where this individual provides all of the services, 2) a salon business of any size that does not have regular paid employees, but may have independent contractors working in their establishment, 3) an individual that leases a chair as an independent contractor, 4) an individual that cuts hair out of their home, and 5) an individual that provides salon-related services as an independent contractor in the entertainment or fashion industries. Professional Beauty Association 2 Economic Snapshot of the Salon Industry

The Salon and Spa Industry Outperformed the Overall Private Sector During the Recession

The Great Recession of the late 2000s took a tremendous toll on the nation’s private sector. At the depth of the recession, the national economy was losing tens of thousands of businesses each quarter. Between the fourth quarters of 2008 and 2009, the national economy experienced a net loss of more than 92,000 private-sector business establishments – a decline of one percent.

In comparison, the nation’s salon and spa industry performed comparatively well during the recession. Between the fourth quarters of 2009 and 2010, the salon and spa industry Grew by nearly 1600 locations nationwide- an increase of 1.7 percent. During the same four- quarter period, the overall economy experienced a net increase of 26,500 private sector business establishments- a gain of only 0.3 percent.

Growth in the nation’s salon and spa industry continued to outstrip the overall economy in recent years. During the last three years, the salon and spa industry added more than 3,800 locations – a solid 4.2 percent gain. In comparison, the overall economy added a net 284,000 private sector businesses establishments during the same period – an increase of 3.3 percent.

Source: Profession Beauty Association analysis of data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics Professional Beauty Association 3 Economic Snapshot of the Salon Industry

The Salon and Spa Industry Provided Much Needed Job Growth During the Lost Decade

One only has to look at recent history to see that the salon and spa industry is an engine of job growth for the U.S. economy, even when many other industries are shedding jobs. During the challenging economic decade of 2000 to 2010 that included two recessions, job growth in the U.S. economy stagnated.  

In contrast, employment-based salons and spas added 75,000 jobs during the same period, which represented an increase of more than 18 percent. This substantial growth occurred despite back-to-back job losses in 2009 and 2010, when the salon industry was negatively impacted by the recession. Overall, salon industry job growth outperformed the overall economy in nine of the last 11 years.

The Salon and Spa Industry is Projected to Post Steady Job Growth in the Future

Not only did the salon and spa industry provide much needed job growth during the sluggish last decade, it is poised to post steady growth well into the future. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the number of personal appearance jobs is projected to jump 31 percent between 2012 and 2022, nearly three times the rate of growth of total U.S. employment (11 percent) during the same period.

All of the major personal appearance occupations are projected to post job growth stronger than the overall economy between 2012 and 2022. The number of skin care specialist jobs is projected to jump 51 percent, while hairdresser, hairstylist and cosmetologist positions are expected to increase by 31 percent.



Source: U.S. Department of Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics

Projected Salon Industry Job Growth: 2012 to 2022

Wage and Salary Employment Occupation:

Job Growth: 2008 to 2018
Skin Care Specialists +40%


Hairdressers, Hairstylists, and Cosmetologists + 13%

Manicurists and Pedicurists +16% 

Makeup Artists, theatrical and performance +21% 

Barbers +11%
 
TOTAL PERSONAL APPEARANCE JOBS +14%

 No Lost Decade for the Salon and Spa Industry

Employment Trends from January 2000 to March 2011: Salons/Spas vs. Total U.S. Private Sector

Salon and Spa Jobs Added Since Jan 2011 (+18.3%) 

U.S. Private Sector Employment 1.6 Million Jobs Lost Since Jan 2014 (-1.5%)

Source: U.S. Department of Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics.

 One Out of Three Salon-Industry Professionals is Self-Employed

Overall, more than 1.1 million professionals work in personal appearance occupations in the United States, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. Individuals in these occupations have a much higher rate of self-employment, as compared to the overall workforce.

Thirty-three percent of all individuals in personal appearance occupations are self-employed. In comparison, only seven percent of the overall U.S. workforce is self-employed.

Of the 770,000 Hairdressers, Hairstylists and Cosmetologists, 35 percent (or 267,000) are self-employed.

Barbers have the highest proportion of self-employed individuals, at 54 percent.

Number of Individuals in Personal Appearance Occupations Personal Appearance Occupation 

Total Employees in Occupation: 1,139,000
Self-Employed: 372,000
Proportion 33%

 The Salon and Spa Industry Provides Career Opportunities for Individuals of All Backgrounds

The nation’s salon and spa industry provides first jobs and career opportunities for individuals of all backgrounds, and has a broader representation of women and minorities than the overall U.S. workforce.

Eighty-five percent of individuals in personal appearance occupations are women, compared to 47 percent of employed individuals in the overall U.S. workforce.

Thirteen percent of individuals in personal appearance occupations are Black or African American, compared to a national average of 11 percent.

Eighteen percent of individuals in personal appearance occupations are Asian, compared to just six percent of the overall U.S. workforce.

fifteen percent of individuals in personal appearance occupations are of Hispanic origin, slightly below the national average of 16 percent.
 

The Salon and Spa Industry Provides a Path to Ownership Opportunities

Not only do salons and spas provide employment opportunities for individuals of all backgrounds, they also give individuals the experience to own businesses of their own.

Sixty-one percent of salon businesses are owned by women, compared to just 30 percent of businesses in the overall private sector.

Twenty-one percent of businesses in the salon industry are Black or African-American-owned, versus just seven percent of total private sector businesses.

Seventeen percent of salon businesses are Asian-owned, nearly three times the six percent Asian-ownership rate for businesses in the overall private sector.

Nine percent of salon businesses are owned by individuals of Hispanic origin, matching the proportion of Hispanic business ownership in the overall private sector.

 The Salon and Spa Industry Provides Ownership Opportunities for Women and Minorities

The salon industry is a job seeker market.  Some 53% of salon owners reported that they had job openings.  More than 485,000 open positions were filled in 2006 with both experienced salon professionals changing positions (62% of the new hires) and with inexperienced professionals with less than one year of experience (38% of new hires).  The supply does not seem to be keeping up with the demand.  Approximately 3 of 4 salons who looked for new employees in 2006 reported difficulty in finding qualified personnel.  There is currently a "zero unemployment factor" in the salon industry.

 
                                  NATURE OF WORK

Hair has been the center of attention since people first began to care about their appearance.  The beautification of a person's nails and skin also factor into this concept.

Cosmetologists and Barbers also called hairstylists, shampoo, cut, color style, wave, straighten, and generally fashion hair to enhance a person's appearance.  They also create special effects using one or more of the aforementioned techniques.  Cosmetologists also manicure and artificially create and sculpt a person's nails to beautify the appearance of the hands.  They perform scalp and facial treatments as well as apply facial make up and provide make up analysis.  They may work in a salon, or become the owner of a salon.  They are also in demand today in full service spas.  They are qualified to work as nail technicians or branch out into the field of make-up artistry.

NAIL TECHNICIANS perform all services required to sculpt, shape, and beautify a person's nails, hands, and feet.  They may work in a nail salon, full service salon, spa, or with a nail service or nail product company.

 

COSMETOLOGY INSTRUCTORS perform all of the techniques described above and impart their knowledge to others in a licensed cosmetology school.

_______________________________________________________________________________________________                                                          LEVITTOWN BEAUTY ACADEMY LLC PERFORMANCE INFORMATION

 
2015

Graduate Placement Rate      87.50%

Student Completion Rate       87.50%

State Board Licensure Rate   91.30%

COMPLAINT PROCEDURE

Any student who would like to register a complaint or grievance regarding any aspect of the instructional program may do so with the teacher in the area.
All teachers who receive a complaint or grievance will bring the same to the attention of the school's owner or director.
Teachers will make every effort to resolve the situation to the satisfaction of the student, as will all staff members.
Should a student wish to register a written complaint, they may do so with the following agencies.  Any interested person or student who has reason to believe that the Levittown Beauty Academy LLC has violated any federal, state, local, health or safety rule or regulation, or has been in violation of NACCAS standards and criteria may file a formal complaint with the appropriate agency. 

Levittown Beauty Academy LLC                                                  Commonwealth of Pa.

8919 New Falls Rd.                                                                      Department of State

Levittown, Pa. 19054                                                                    Complaints Office

215 943 0298                                                                                Box 2649

                                                                                                      Harrisburg, Pa. 17105-2649

                                                                                                  Toll Free Complaints Hotline: 800 822 2113

                            National Accrediting Commission of Career Arts and Sciences

                                                             4401 Ford Ave. Suite 1300

                                                                Alexandria, Va. 22303

                                                                      703 600 7600

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LICENSING, REGULATING, AND ACCREDITING AGENCIES


The following is a list of agencies which license or in some way regulate the school:

 

Pa. State Board of Cosmetology                                                     The National Accrediting Commission of Career

Pennsylvania Department of State                                                             Arts and Sciences (NACCAS)

Commissioner of Professional and Occupational Affairs                            4401 Ford Ave. Suite 1300

Box 2649                                                                                                     Alexandria, Va. 22302

Harrisburg, Pa. 17105-2649                                                                          703 600 7600

717 783 7130

 

                                                     United States Department of Education                                            

                                                     Federal Student Aid Information Center                                                 

                                                                              Box 84                                                                                        

                                                      Washington, DC 20004                                                                            

                                                                        1 800 433 3243

                                                                   

                                                              Levittown Beauty Academy LLC

                                                                   License No CS-001516 

                                                                           Catalog No. 73

                                                                             November 2016