GE Program Disclosures
Pursuant to federal regulation 34 CFR § 668.6(b), Avalon School of Cosmetology has provided the following Program Information: SOC Codes, Employment Opportunities, On-Time Completion, Tuition and Fees, Books and Supplies, Placement Rates, and Median Loan Debt, for each program offered by our schools:
- 2019 GE Disclosures Arizona (PDF)
- 2019 GE Disclosures California (PDF)
- 2019 GE Disclosures Colorado (PDF)
- 2019 GE Disclosures Utah (PDF)
Annual Security Report
Pursuant to The Jeanne Clery Act and Higher Education Act of 1965, Avalon School of Cosmetology has implemented an Annual Security Report, which is updated annually on October 1, that provides institutional information regarding our Security Policies and Procedures (including but not limited to Emergency Evacuation Procedures, Emergency and Timely Warning Policies, and access to the Public Crime Log), Crime Awareness and Prevention Program, Sexual Assault Awareness, and the Annual Crime Statistics Reports:
Drug & Alcohol Abuse Policy and Prevention Program
In accordance with the Drug-Free Schools and Communities Act, Avalon School of Cosmetology has implemented a comprehensive Drug & Alcohol Abuse Policy and a Prevention Program aimed at ensuring our campus community is drug- and alcohol-free:
Avalon School of Cosmetology does not require vaccinations for admission into our programs. Any interested in getting more information about vaccinations should contact their local public health department or consult with their health care provider.
Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) Policy
Under the authority of the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974 (FERPA), commonly known as the “Buckley Amendment”, students are granted certain rights with respect to their educational records. Avalon has implemented the following FERPA Policy to inform students of their rights to access institutional and financial aid information in their records:
To enable you to make a good decision about whether to enroll in one of our beauty programs, Avalon School of Cosmetology has provided the following information that was submitted on our last Annual Report submitted to the National Accrediting Commission of Career Arts and Sciences (NACCAS):
Avalon School of Cosmetology has provided what is commonly known as the “Student Right-to-Know” for each school location; which is the Completion Rate of certificate- or degree-seeking, first-time, full-time, undergraduate students that were able to complete the program within 150% of the normal time it should take to complete the program:
Financial Assistance Information
Financial aid money to help pay for college or career school.
Students who complete the FAFSA to apply to participate in federal financial aid may be selected for further verification.
Avalon School of Cosmetology uses the Milady series of textbooks for their programs. The following is a complete list of all required textbooks:
Voter Registration Information
In addition to each school maintaining Voter Registration Forms, the following list of the state websites in which our students reside where they can go to complete Voter Registration has been provided below:
Consumer Information on College Navigator
The National Center for Education Statistics has a website in which the public can view information that institutions have provided to the US Department of Education. The following links will take you directly to each of our schools’ College Navigator pages: