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Admission & Enrollment Requirements for All Programs
Title IV- Federal Student Aid and Non-Title IV Federal Student Aid
Applicants for all programs must be a High School graduate or have the equivalency (G.E.D/H.S.E.D.). Proof of education is required BEFORE acceptance to the Academy and completing the Registration/Program Acceptance Form. Proof of graduation includes a high school diploma, high school transcripts or official transcripts, a G.E.D and/or transcripts or official transcripts. Applicants must be eighteen years of age or have contractual permission from his/her parents or legal guardian. Additionally, must be a citizen or national of the United States, or a qualified alien or nonimmigrant lawfully present in the United States. Furthermore, any high school diploma, GED, or transcripts that the Academy determines to be questionable or from a * “Diploma Mill”, will be subject to the Academy’s policy on determining the validity of diploma, GED, and/or transcripts. The Admissions Director and School Director will make the final decision after taking into account the results of the validation search. Should they find the diploma to be invalid, then the student cannot attend until valid proof of education is obtained.
To be considered for admission you will need to submit/complete the following:
Proof of Education:
Further documentation may be requested for identity verification purposes.
Personal Interview & Academy Visits:
Complete Admission Application Packet:
Keep in mind that the Academy’s goal is to accept your enrollment, but it is not guaranteed. The Director of Admissions will notify you of your admission status 14 business days after the Pre-Enrollment Admissions Packet deadline. If you are denied admission you can re-apply one time within 30 days, and every 90 days thereafter. If you are denied enrollment more than 3 times in a 12 month period you may not reapply for another 12 months .(Please see section in this Catalog/Handbook of Re-enrollment)
Prior to Acceptance
All applicants are required to have an Academy visit and personal interview with an Academy representative. The interview provides an opportunity for the Academy to help you choose a program that best fits your career goal, motivation and individual creativity. Students who are accepted for training must complete a Registration/ Program Acceptance Form accompanied by the $100 registration fee. Applicants that previous-attended an accredited cosmetology training school or previous students of this Academy must comply with all admission and enrollment requirements and will be subject to the Student Transfer and/or Re-Entry section of this Student Catalog and Handbook.
All required documentation, admission application packet materials and activities must be completed and submitted by the determined deadline (see admissions office for deadline clarification). Failure to complete and submit all of the information required will result in denial of admittance. The admissions procedure is the same for any applicant and all programs.
Instructor Training Program Enrollment Requirements
Enrollment requirement complies with the State of Wisconsin Department of Safety and Professional Services. This program provides training to licensed Cosmetology Practitioner’s, Barber’s, Manicurists, or Aesthetician’s interested in obtaining a State of Wisconsin Instructor License. Applicants must follow all Admission and Enrollment Requirements.
Documentation required for enrollment:
Panache Academy of Beauty admits students of any age, sex, race, marital status, religion, color, national and ethnic origin, creed or political affiliation to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school. It does not discriminate on the basis of age, sex, race, marital status, religion, color, national and ethnic origin, creed or political affiliation in administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, financial aid programs and other school-administered programs.
Inquiries concerning compliance with Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972 and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 regarding activities relating to ensuring non-discrimination in the admission and treatment of students, curriculum and course offerings, student policies, services and activities relating to ensuring non-discrimination in employment policies and practices may be directed to the Director of School.
The Academy does not recruit students already attending or enrolled at another school offering similar programs of study. All prospective applicants (new, transfer students, and students requesting re-entry) must meet with an Academy representative.