Your Right To Know
For full details on any of our policies please contact us and request a copy of our student handbook.
All students enrolled in the Academy attend on a full-time schedule.
Cosmetology program: For the first 13 weeks of the program they attend Tuesday through Friday 8:30- 5:00. After that they spend the remainder of their education attending on an alternating schedule Tuesday throught Friday one week and Wednesday through Saturday the next. All students are required to maintain a minimum of 75% of their scheduled hours.
Nail program: For the first 2 weeks of the program they attend Tuesday through Friday 8:30-5:00. For the remainder of their training they attend Tuesday through Saturday. All students are required to maintain a minimum of 75% of their scheduled hours.
All programs: All students are required to maintain a minimum cumulative grade average of 75% or higher on both theory and practical grades. If a student does not pass a theory or practical test with at least a 75% or higher, they will be required ot retake the test. Theory and practical scores are always averaged separately and in order to be meeting satisfactory progress both averages must be above 75%.
We allow our students to earn 5 points of extra credit for each theory chapter. Any extra credit points are added to the students final theory grade for the chapter.
All programs: All Academy students are required to wear black slacks, black shoes and a white collared shirt at all times during their training. Each student will receive an Academy smock that is worn over their clothes to protect them.
STUDENT’S RIGHT TO KNOW – CONSUMER DISCLOSURE INFORMATION
The Tiffin Academy is pleased to provide the following information as an institution that participates in the Federal student assistance programs authorized by Title IV of the Higher Education Act of 1965, as amended, related to Title IV-eligible educational programs that lead to gainful employment in a recognized occupation. Final regulations regarding Gainful Employment were published in the Federal Register on October 29, 2010. Those regulations require that, effective July 1, 2011, institutions provide certain disclosures about each of their gainful employment programs to students and prospective students.
Click here to view the required Disclosures for the Managing Cosmetology GE Program.
* Per the United States Department of Education, a “recognized occupation” is defined by an Occupational Information Network O* NET-SOC code established by the Department of Labor and available at: http://online.onetcenter.org
STUDENT LOAN CODE OF CONDUCT
The Academy currently participates in the Federal Direct Loan Program as the only source of student loan funding. The Academy is not affiliated with any bank in any way.
The Academy’s officers, employees, and agents do not receive compensation, gifts, or other rewards from any lending agency for any reason, including consulting or advising any lender or financial institution.