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Thuy PrincessBeauty CollegeSchool Catalog2014-2015(07/01/2014 - 06/30/ 2015)www.thuyprincessbeautycollege.com1

THUY PRINCESS BEAUTY COLLEGE252 E. SECOND STREETPOMONA, CA 91766 / TEL: 909-620-6893 / FAX: 909-620-6860PUBLISHED 07/01/2007 - REVISED 06/30/2014(THIS CATALOG WILL BE UPDATED ANNUALLY)TABLE OF CONTENTSApproval Disclosure Statement3Re-Establishment of Satisfactory Progress12Approvals and Accreditation3Transfer Hours / Attendance Status12Director's Letter of Welcome4Tardiness12Educational Objectives and Mission Statement4Excused or Unexcused Absences12Facilities4Makeup Hours / Works12Housing Assistance4Conduct13Handicapped student4Termination13Library Resources5Notice of Students Rights14Admission Requirements5Grievance Procedure14Statement of Non-Discrimination5School RulesCredit Evaluation - (Transfer of Credits earned)5Tuition & Fees Schedules17Re-entry Policy6Extra Charges17Freshman Class Enrollment6Method of Payment18Equipment - Supplies - s6Tuition Policies & Fees18Class Schedules6BankruptcyOrientation Class6Refund PolicyGraduation Documentation6Student Tuition Recovery Fund (STRF)Progress Policy6Student's Right To Cancel21English as a Second Language6Cancellation21Bilingual Courses / Placement7Equipment21Career Counseling7Withdrawal from Course21Career Opportunities7Official Termination Date21Job Demands for Cosmetologist and Manicurists7Course Cancellation / School Closure21Job Demands for Massage Therapists8Notice Concerning Transferability of CreditsPersonal Attention8and Credentials Earned / ComplaintsHealth Considerations8Right to Withhold TranscriptsCourses of Study8and Grades for Non-Payment of Tuition21Educational Goals8Award of Credit for Prior Experiential Learning21Student Clock Hour Policy9Enrollment Time22Time Card Policy9Recoveries & Refunds229All Course CurriculumsSatisfactory Academic Progress15 -171819 - 2120-212123 - 34Evaluation Periods10Admission Hours/Drug Prevention Program35Grading System / Grading Scale10Consumer Information for Financial AidAcademic Warning/Probation11Disclosure of Educational Records (FERPA)Appeal Procedure11Student Rights and Responsibilities46Course incomplete11Faculty Staff and Organizational Chart47Leave of Absence12Directions to the Facility483644 - 45AS A PROSPECTIVE STUDENT, YOU ARE ENCOURAGED TO REVIEW THIS CATALOG PRIOR TO SIGNING ANENROLLMENT AGREEMENT AND YOU ARE ALSO ENCOURAGED TO REVIEW THE SCHOOL PERFORMANCE FACT SHEETPRIOR TO SIGNING AN ENROLLMENT AGREEMENT. YOU MAY OBTAIN A HARD COPY OF THIS CATALOG AND THESCHOOL PERFORMANCE FACT SHEET AT SCHOOL OR YOU CAN LOOK IT UP ON www.thuyprincessbeautycollege.comWEBSITE.2

APPROVAL DISCLOSURE STATEMENTTHUY PRINCESS BEAUTY COLLEGE was granted institutional approval from THE BUREAU FOR PRIVATEPOST SECONDARY AND EDUCATION, pursuant to California Education Code Section 94311.1. The Bureau'sapproval means that the institution and its operation complies with the minimum standards established under the lawfor occupational instruction by private post secondary educational institutions, and does not imply any endorsementor recommendation by the State or by the Bureau. Institutional approval must be re-approved every three years andis subject to continuing review.Approved are the courses: COSMETOLOGY1600 HRS. MANICURING400 HRS. MANICURING-600 HRS600 HRS. COSMETICIAN600 HRS. THERAPEUTIC MASSAGE THERAPY600 HRS. TEACHER TRAINING600 HRS.Instruction is in residence with facilities occupancy level accommodating 250 students at any one time. Prospectiveenrollees are encouraged to visit the physical facilities of the school and to discuss personal, educational andoccupational plans with school personnel prior to enrolling or signing enrollment agreements.The following are state programs, bureaus, departments or agencies which set minimum standards for our programof studies in accordance with Education Code Section 94915:FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION REGARDING THIS INSTITUI'ION YOU MAY CONTACT:Any questions a student may have regarding this catalog that have not been satisfactorily answered by theinstitution may be directed to the Bureau for Private Postsecondary Education at:BUREAU FOR PRIVATE POSTSECONDARY EDUCATION (BPPE):2535 CAPITOL OAKS DR. STE 400. SACRAMENTO, CA 95833TOLL-FREE PHONE: (888) 370-7589 / TELEPHONE (916) 431-6959www.bppe.ca.govBOARD OF BARBERING AND COSMETOLOGY (BBC)2420 DEL PASO RD. SUITE 100 / SACRAMENTO, CA 95834TELEPHONE 1-800-952-5210www.barbercosmo.ca.govNATIONAL ACCREDITING COMMISSION OF CAREER ARTS AND SCIENCES (NACCAS)4401 Ford Avenue, Suite 1300 Alexandria, VA 22302TELEPHONE (703) 600-7600www.naccas.orgAll information in the contents of this school catalog is current and correct and is so certified true by:Thuy luuMs. Thuy Bich ******************3

FROM THE DIRECTORWELCOME.!Dear Student,Welcome to THUY PRINCESS BEAUTY COLLEGE and thank you for selecting us to assist you in obtainingyour desired cosmetology training. You are now entering into a field experience that will hopefully provide you withthe opportunity for a successful future in the beauty industry. At THUY PRINCESS BEAUTY COLLEGE, weoffer you the basic' training to pass the Bureau of Barbering & Cosmetology examination. We place emphasis onhow to be successful in the marketplace and how to be successful at every operation necessary to create the lifestyleyou desire. This means hard work, dedication, and practice on your part. You will practice shop management,business concepts, and the psychology of personal success.It is a pleasure to have you join us at THUY PRINCESS BEAUTY COLLEGE. The degree of your success willdepend on the effort you are willing to apply during the entire course of your training.Sincerely,Ms. Thuy Bich Luu, Owner / DirectorEDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES and MISSTON STATEMENTAt THUY PRINCESS BEAUTY COLLEGE, our primary objective is to offer training that prepares the successfulstudent to acquire the knowledge and skills necessary to pass the Licensing exams and for our graduates to beable to seek and find employment in the beauty industry. The successful student should be able to functioneffectively in one of the many specialty areas such as: Hair Stylist, Hair Colorist, Manicurist, Facials, Make-upArtist, Massage Therapist, or as a Beauty Salon Operator or as an Instructor. Normal progression should move himor her to positions such as Beauty Salon Manager, Beauty Salon 0wner, Director, or School Owner.The quality of THUY PRINCESS BEAUTY COLLEGE faculty is exhibited daily in the classroom and in theclinic. This core staff is supplemented on a regular basis through the use of guest artists, lecturers, and trainers withproven expertise from virtually all cosmetology, manicuring, massage and skin care professions. These excitingactivities are carried out in an environment that is characterized by: Spacious, well-lighted facilities, remodeled tomeet functional school needs, salon-type equipment especially designed to properly enhance student training.THUY PRINCESS BEAUTY COLLEGE welcomes all persons interested in a beauty career. We are happy tohave you visit the school at any time. Come in and see our student facilities and the teaching staff and consider themany advantages for our serious student. We will be pleased to answer all of your questions.FACILITIES:THUY PRINCESS BEAUTY COLLEGE is a spacious 12,000 sq. ft air-conditioned; two stories modern facilitywith many benefits for our staff and students. Our school simulates salon conditions to help our students "learn-bydoing", with modern equipment and a variety of supplies that help enhance the student's product knowledge. Astudent area is provided for the students' use with facilities, eating and rest areas. Each student has access to a lockerto keep his/her uniform and private articles. Our students learn to practice managing the reception desk, loggingpatrons in, answering the phone and operating the cash register. Our students learn inventory control and assist inoperating our supply system. Our objective is to help the student become “salon ready”.HOUSING ASSISTANCE:Our institution does not offer any type of housing assistance.FOR HANDICAPPED STUDENTS:Access for handicapped students to the institution's facilities is not available at the college. This institution does notoffer special facilities or programs for the handicapped.4

LIBRARY RESOURCES: Our campus has a library resource area in which current periodicals; Styling magazines,Cosmetology reference books and Video/DVD’s are maintained. Most of these materials can be checkout forovernight use and the School Supervisor who is in charge of this process.ADMISSIONS REQUIREMENTS:Enrollees are admitted as regular students once one of the following criteria has been met:A) Applicant must provide a copy of his/her High School Diploma or High School Transcript (that clearly states youhave met all graduation requirements), GED and pass an admissions test CPAt Test with a minimum score of 126 orhigher as stated in the test publisher’s guidelines. If you were Home Schooled you must provide a valid certificationdocument provided by the state in which you were home schooled and it must be equivalent to a High SchoolDiploma. For students that have graduated high school outsidethe United States they must have their High School Diploma translated into English and must have an independentevaluator certify that you have completed the high school equivalency as required by the United States standards orCalifornia Board of Education standards.B) This policy applies to only NON-AID (Title IV) students lacking a High School Diploma or its equivalent, mustbe at least 18 years old (Compulsory school attendance in California), must have completed the 10th grade educationlevel or its equivalent as required by the Board of Barbering and Cosmetology and pass an Ability to Benefit examprior to admission. Students admitted under this criteria, will be required to pass one of the Ability-to-Benefit testsapproved by the US Department of Education administered by an independent proctor. Students subject to thiscriterion are referred to as students admitted under the Ability-to-Benefit criteria guidelines. Currently, our school isusing the (COMPASS TEST) Internet system for use in meeting ATB eligibility requirements. The Secretary ofEducation, Washington, DC, approves this test. The passing scores for this test is as follows: Language Usagesection (43) or higher, Reading (44) or higher and Numerical Skills (42) or higher. These tests will be administeredby an independent agency. The school's admissions personnel will provide applicants with additional information asto how to arrange for the Ability-to-Benefit test. All Ability-to-Benefit students must take and pass the test prior toadmissions. If you do not pass the exam, re-testing is available after l week waiting period and the independent testagency will explain and provide you with the re-testing procedures.C) Teacher training applicants must have the High School diploma or its equivalent in addition to a validcosmetology license.D) Our school does not recruit student already attending or admitted to another school offering a similarprogram of study.E) We will enroll a limited number of secondary students who are not enrolled under a training agreement.STATEMENT OF NON-DISCRIMINATION:Thuy Princess Beauty College does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex (includingsexual harassment), handicap (or disability), age, religion, or ethnic origin in any of its policies, procedures, orpractices, in compliance with Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 (pertaining to race, color, and national origin),Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972 (pertaining to sex), Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973(pertaining to handicap), and the Age Discrimination Act of 1975 (pertaining to age). This nondiscrimination policycovers admission and access to, and treatment and employment in, the College's program and activities, includingvocational educational requirements regarding the equal opportunity policies, the filing of grievances, or to request acopy of the grievance procedures covering discrimination complaints may be directed to: Brownn Van. Informationfor filing an appeal is available in the school office.CREDIT EVALUATION(Transfer of Credits earned):Appropriate credit may be granted for prior training of hours at the discretion of the College and verification bycollege officials of its validity of any transcripts submitted according to the BBC Rules and Regulations. Studentstransferring from another school of Cosmetology must furnish a valid Proof of Training document from a licensedCalifornia Cosmetology school and our College may not elect to accept all or any of the previous hours of trainingand operations. All out of state applicants must furnish the BBC letter of credit hours from the California Board ofBarbering/Cosmetology.NOTE: Our College does not accept transfer students that have completed 60% or more of their course hours (for allcourses). We have not entered into an articulation or transfer agreement with any other college or university,5

RE-ENTRY POLICY:All students who withdraw may re-enter into the program without the loss of credit Program hours and provided itis within 5 years from the date of their withdrawal which is an institutional policy. All records of the student arestored for five (5) years only and it is the responsibility of the student to maintain all documents received from theinstitution. The institution reserves the right to evaluate the previous enrollment and to verify that the student was ingood standing with the college before the student is accepted for re-enrollment.FRESHMAN CLASS-ENROLLMENT:The freshman curriculum for each of the courses requires a specific number of hours of classroom lectures,demonstrations, and student practice. SEE CURRICULUMS STARTING ON PAGE 17-24. The freshman classteaches you from the very beginning and introduces the basics for that area that you will need to know to passlicensing examinations. From this initial introduction, you will learn all fundamentals that are the basics for yourfuture and career. The hours spent in the freshman class are as follows: 160 hrs for Cosmetology. 80 hrs forManicuring. 120 hrs for: Cosmetician, Manicuring-600 hrs. and Massage Therapist.THUY PRINCESS BEAUTY COLLEGE, considers the freshman classes to be the foundation for your future.EQUIPMENT & SUPPLIES, TEXTB00KS:Textbooks and Kit will be issued at the beginning of the freshman class. Each student will be issued a complete kitof equipment with carrying case. The kit contains the equipment necessary for satisfactory completion of the course.Students are expected to maintain the kit by replacing lost or broken articles. The college is not responsible for astudent's equipment, either lost or stolen. Students must learn to be responsible for the tools of their trade.We are using: Milady's Standard Cosmetology, Milady's Standard Nail Technology and Milady's Standard Estheticstextbook for the courses.CALENDAR-HOLLDAYS:The College is closed on Sundays, and the following holidays: New Year's Day, Memorial Day, Fourth of July,Labor Day. Thanksgiving Day and Christmas Day. A "special" holiday may be declared for emergencies or specialreasons. Holydays of all religious beliefs are respected and allowed.CLA.SS SCHEDULES FOR 2014-2015: Classes will begin every Tuesday; the following programs are offered:Cosmetology, Manicuring, Cosmetician, Teacher Training and Massage Therapy classes.ORIENTATION CLASS:Orientation classes for all students are held as follows: Friday before class start date from 10:30 a.m. - 11:30 a.m.All new, re-enroll and transfers students must attend orientation prior to the start of all new classes.GRADUATION DOCUMENTATION:When a student has completed the required theory hours and practical operations with a GPA (Grade Point Average)of "C" (70%) or better and a simulated (mock-board), he/he is awarded a diploma certifying his/her graduation.Students are assisted in completing the necessary documents to file for the appropriate License examination.PROGRESS POLICY:Considering the varied capabilities of Individual student, some may progress from one phase of training to another ata more rapid pace. However, all student; must satisfactory complete all subject matter prior to graduation unlesscredit has been allowed for previous training or experience in a particular subject area. Successful graduates will beawarded an appropriate diploma upon completion of their training program.ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE:This institution does not offer English as a Second Language ("ESL") course. All prospective students that areaccepted for enrollment must be proficient in the English language. but still have the option to take the courses inSpanish, or if students enrolling in the Spanish courses do not have to be proficient in English.6

BILINGUAL COURSES:At Thuy Princess Beauty College, we offer instruction in English and Spanish for all courses.PLACEMENT:Job placement assistance is provided to graduates and students at no additional charge. Upon graduation,student's name is recorded in student registrar and the process follow-up begins. When students take tile licensingexamination it is recorded as a pass or fail. Students are encouraged to return for placement assistance by reviewingthe listings of salons seeking employees and the requirements, salary, and other pertinent information. Students aresent on interviews and the results of these interviews are recorded in the student register. The school may showprospective students this register upon request. Mr. Van assists students in placements as often as needed; however,The school does not guarantee placement to any student.CAREER COUNSELING:Students are counseled individually, as often as necessary, at least every 25% of the program of study to reviewthe student's progress and adjustment. Successful Salon Owners and Stylists are scheduled into the school regularlyto give demonstration and discuss career goals, etc. with the students. This activity supplements the daily counselingcarried out by the instructors and Director. Students may request additional counseling sessions at any time.CAREER OPPORTUNITIES:The licensed Cosmetologist, Cosmetician, Manicurist and the Certified Message Therapist may choose from avariety of jobs within the Cosmetology field. The following vocations are options that may be considered upongraduation. COSMETOLOGIST:' Professional Stylist, Skin Care Specialist, Makeup Technician, Nail Technician,Platform Artist, Product Representative, Salon Owner or Manager, State Board Member/Examiner, ImageConsultant COSMETICIAN/ESTHETICS: Skin Care Specialist, Makeup Technician, Image Consultant, ProductRepresentative, Salon Owner, Platform Artist, Theatrical Makeup Artist, Aroma-therapist, Retail Specialist MANICURE/NAIL TECHNICIAN (for 400 hours course and 600 hours course): Nail Care Specialist,Synthetic Nail Technician, Nail Salon Manager, Nail Salon Product Representative, Retail Consultant. MASSAGE THERAPY: Private practice clinics and offices, Physician's offices and wellness facilities,Chiropractors' offices and rehabilitation clinics, Salons, spas, resorts and cruise ships, Health clubs andfitness centers, In client homes, On-site in the workplaceJob Demand in the Cosmetology and Manicure Industry, 2013In January 2013, there were 1,804,500 professionals employed in the nation's 382,000 beauty salons, barbershops, skin care salons, and nail salons. The typical salon is a small full service salon with 5 stations, 3 full-timeprofessionals and 2 part-time professional. Salon owners report an average of 165 clients per week.There has been notable growth in the industry since 2011: The total number of salon professionals is up 35%, The total number of salons is up by 6.9%, The number of chairs or workstations is up by 15%, The number of employees leaving their positions is down 15%, and The number of new hires is up 29% since 2011.The salon industry is a job-seekers market. Some 26% of the salon owners reporting that they had job openings. Morethan 555,000 open positions were filled in 2012 with both experienced salon professions changing positions (73% of thenew hires) and with inexperienced professionals with less than one year's experience (27% of the new hires). Thesupply does not appear to be keeping up with demand. Approximately 3 out of every 4 salon owners who looked fornew employees in 2012 reported difficulty in finding qualified personnel.Other key findings 49% of salon owners classified their salon as a full-service salon, 18% as a haircutting salon, 4% as a nail7

salon and 5% as a barber shop.47%of salon employees work full time, 33% are part time (20-35 hours), and 10% are low time (less than20 hours). The average salon income, including tips, is about 30,000 - 50,000/year.While manicurists are currently only 10% of the current industry employees (up from 2.6% in 2009), some 16% of theanticipated vacancies are for professionals with those skills.* Job Demand for Message Therapy:Massage therapy jobs are on the rise. The Healing Arts Center receives requests from massage therapy job placementfirms and massage therapist employers on a regular basis. Once you have completed our massage training courses,we offer many resources to help you with job placement.* Massage Therapy Jobs Statistics Analysis from the Bureau of Labor Statistics 2013 numbers projects that the massage therapy industry willgrow faster than average through 2012. A September 2012 press release from the NCBTMB says the organization has seen a 25% rise incertification every year since 2006.Consumer demand for massage from massage therapists continues to grow. Between 2012 and 2013, the number ofAmerican adults who reported getting a massage from a massage therapist in the previous year doubled, from 8% to16%.PERSONAL ATTENTION:Students are given attention assistance at every stage of training from the first day of-enrollment to the day ofgraduation. At predetermined intervals, measuring instruments are utilized to evaluate the rate and quality of thestudent and remedial assignments are made when required. Particular attention is given to preparation for theLicensing Examination.HEALTH AND PHYSICAL CONSIDERATIONS:Generally, the professional in the beauty field must be in good physical health for he/she will be working in directcontact with patrons. In most aspects of the beauty culture field there is a great deal of standing, walking, pushing,bending and stretching, and sometimes for long periods of time. A person must consider his/her physicallimitations in terms of making a career choice that involves extensive training. We promote the acceptance ofstudents with physical limitations or disabilities if these students believe they can fulfill training demands.COURSES OF STUDY: Cosmetology Course(1,600 Clock Hours) Manicuring Course(400 Clock Hours) Manicuring-600 Course(600 Clock Hours) Cosmetician Course(600 Clock Hours) Therapeutic Massage Course(600 Clock Hours) Teacher Training(600 Clock Hours)The course of study for students enrolled in their course of study shall consist of the state mandated technicalinstructional and practical operations covering all practices constituting the art of cosmetology, manicuring,cosmetician, and massage therapy.EDUCATIONAL GOALS: The courses of study are designed to prepare students for the state licensingexamination and for profitable employment as a:Cosmetologist:(D.O.T. # 332.271-010, CIP # 12.0403)Manicuring:(D.O.T. # 331.674-010, CIP # 12.04099)Manicuring-600:(D.O.T. # 331.674-010, CIP # 12.04099)Cosmetician:(D.O.T. # 332.271-010, CIP # 12.0406)Therapeutic Massage Therapy:(D.O.T. # 332.271-02, C1P # 12.0405)Teacher Training:(D.O.T. # 332.271-010, C1P # 12.04099)(Massage Therapy does not require a license to become employed however, in most cities a permit isrequired by the Local Police Department.)8

STUDENT CLOCK HOUR POLICY:The Board of Barbering and Cosmetology will only recognize time clock punched hours of attendance, as a result ofthis requirement this school can only give clock hour credit to students who record their attendance by usingthe time clock to punch in and out at the start and end of their class day and lunch period. You will be givenup to seven (7) minutes to clock in and receive credit for the quarter (1/4) hour. This seven minute period applies tostarting of the class day. A thirty (30) minute lunch break shall be taken when a student attends a 6 hour class day ormore. If you are attending less than a 6 hour class day and desire to take a lunch break (30 minutes), then the halfhour must be deducted from your daily total and you must clock in/out on your time card for the lunch break. Oncetheory classes have been started no one will be allowed to enter the theory classroom. At the completion of the day,your time card is prepared from the current weekly time card. The daily hours and operations earned are added tothe totals in the prior column and final totals transferred to the cumulative column. These cumulative figures arethen entered in the prior column on the weekly time card. The time card must be signed by the student and theinstructor daily. Instructors may not sign a student in or out.Time cards reflect the students weekly & daily record of hours and operations. It is important that all of your hoursand operations are recorded properly and accurately. The attendance personnel must be able to read your time cardso that the hours and operations are transferred correctly to the roster. The time cards are the property of the schooland must remain in the school at all times. After clocking in you are required to maintain applied effort, personnelgrooming, leaving the building, reading material not related to your training or activity not related to your training isnot tolerated. If this occurs you will he ask to stop such activity or to punch out for the remainder of the day.Continued activities of this nature could result in your termination.TIME CARD CREDIT:The following is a guideline for the instructor to issue credits.1. Each Theory must be initialed in the proper category. If that category is complete, the instructor may issue creditin a comparative category.2. The portion of the time card reflecting hours are in the Theory hours earned and any classes the instructor hasdemonstrated.3. The portion of the time card concerning operations are to be applied efforts of the students as they manuallyperform practical operations.4. Some practical operations may take longer to perform according to the student.The following time frame, the Board of Barbering & Cosmetology gives for each operation:Shampoo/set 1 1/2 hours,Facial 1 1/2 to 2 hours,Hair cut 1/2 to 1 hour,Permanent Wave 2 to 2 1/2 hours andManicure 1/2 hourUsing the above, the Board would understandably not consider a student capable of performing more than threecomplete permanent waves per day.SATISFACTORY ACADEMIC PROGRESS (SAP): (STANDARDS)This institution expects all students to maintain Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP) as established by thisinstitution, the student must:1. Maintain a cumulative academic average of "C" (70%) or better on all tests, work projects (operations) and otherrequired course work.2. Maintain a cumulative average attendance level of at least two-thirds (2/3) (67%) of the scheduled hours indicatedon their enrollment contract. For example, a student scheduled to complete 30 hours per week would have tomaintain an average weekly attendance of at least 20 hours per week (2/3 x 30 20) regardless of the average levelof attendance. Students that are attending the course programs and are receiving Title IV aid to assist in their tuitioncosts whom have more than 2 weeks (14 calendar days) of consecutive absences will be dismissed. Non Title IV aidstudents who have more than three consecutive weeks of absences (21 calendar days) will be dismissed. This9

standard shall apply to all students except those on an approved Leave-of-Absence (see LOA policy). Title IVStudents who expect to be absent 14 or more days up to 180 days are encouraged to request a Leave-of-Absence.Non Title IV aid students who expect to be absent 21 or more days up to 180 days are encouraged to request a Leaveof Absence. In addition to attendance standards relating to Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP), students are alsorequired to adhere to certain other general institutional policies relating to attendance and tardiness. These policiesare outlined elsewhere in this catalog ‘School Rules pages 15-17’.3. Complete the course within one and one-half (1-1/2) times the length of the course as defined in the enrollmentagreement. For example, if the student has contracted to complete the course within 40 weeks, he or she mustcomplete within 60 weeks.4. Students must meet minimum academic (70%) and attendance (67%) requirements at the end of each paymentperiod of the course to be considered as meeting satisfactory progress until the next evaluation period.EVALUATION PERIODS:Evaluations will be performed for all students based on the US Department of Education Regulations and definitionof an Academic Year and will be performed at the end of each payment period. USDOE defines an academic year asbeing 900 clock hours & 26 calendar weeks, a payment period is defined as 450 clock hours & 13 calendar weeksper period. Based on the above definition the Cosmetology course will contain two (2) 450 clock hours paymentperiods & 26 weeks 900 clock hours & 26 weeks and the remaining 700 hours of the course will be prorated andcontain (2) 350 hour payment periods

THUY PRINCESS BEAUTY COLLEGE was granted institutional approval from THE BUREAU FOR PRIVATE POST SECONDARY AND EDUCATION, pursuant to California Education Code Section 94311.1. The Bureau's approval means that the institution and its operation complies with the minimum standards established under the law