Completion, Placement, and Licensure Rates

Barber 11 Month Program

Graduation: 91% or 10 of the 11 students in the full-time barber program enrolled between 12/01/2017 to 11/30/2018 graduated. The remaining 1 student dropped to pursue another career.

Placement: 90% or 9 of the 10 graduates available for placement reported finding jobs in the barber industry.

Licensure: Of the 10 graduates, 8 reported back with exam results. 100% or 8 of the 8 reporting graduates passed the state board exam

Barber 20 Month Program

Graduation: 50% or 1 of the 2 students in the part time barber program enrolled between 10/01/2016 to 09/30/2017 graduated. The remaining 1 student dropped to pursue another career.

One student was excluded from the calculation due to transferring to another program within the academy.

Placement: 100% or 1 of the 1 graduate available for placement reported finding a job in the barber industry.

Licensure: No exam results were reported for this program.

Cosmetology 11 Month Program

Graduation: 82% or 54 of the 66 students in the full-time cosmetology program enrolled between 12/01/2017 to 11/30/2018 graduated. Of the remaining 12 students, 12 dropped to pursue another career. One student was excluded from the calculation due to transferring to another program within the academy.

Placement: 83% or 45 of the 54 graduates available for placement reported finding jobs in the cosmetology industry.

Licensure: Of the 54 graduates, 43 reported back with exam results. 88% or 38 of the 43 reporting graduates passed the state board exam.

Cosmetology 20 Month Program

Graduation: 61% or 11 of the 18 students in the part time cosmetology program enrolled between 10/01/2016 to 09/30/2017 graduated. Of the remaining 7 students, 7 dropped to pursue another career.

Placement: 64% or 7 of the 11 graduates reported finding jobs in the cosmetology industry.

Licensure: Of the 11 graduates, 7 reported back with exam results. 100% or 7 of the 7 reporting graduates passed the state board exam.

Full Specialist 8 Month Program

Graduation: 100% or 9 of the 9 students in the part time full specialist program enrolled between 04/01/2018 to 03/31/2019 graduated.

Placement: 88% or 7 of the 8 graduates available for placement reported finding jobs in the full specialist industry. One graduate was excluded from the calculation due to furthering their education.

Licensure: 100% of the graduates passed the academy’s final exam.

Skin Care Specialist 8 Month Program

Graduation: 100% or 7 of the 7 students in the part time skin care specialist program enrolled between 04/01/2018 to 03/31/2019 graduated.

Placement: 71% or 5 of the 7 graduates available for employment reported finding jobs in the skin care industry.

Licensure: 100% of the graduates passed the academy’s final exam.

Skin Care Specialist 6 Month Program

Graduation: 96% or 24 of the 25 students in the full-time skin care specialist program enrolled between 07/01/2018 to 06/30/2019 graduated. The remaining 1 student dropped to pursue another career.

Placement: 88% or 21 of the 24 graduates available for employment reported finding jobs in the skin care industry.

Licensure: 100% of the graduates passed the academy’s final exam.

NOTE: Graduation rates disaggregated by gender, major racial and ethnic subgroup, recipients of a Federal Pell Grant, recipients of a subsidized Stafford Loan who did not receive a Pell Grant and students who did not receive either a Pell Grant or subsidized Stafford Loan can be found at http://nces.ed.gov/collegenavigator/.

STATE LICENSURE RECIPROCITY DISCLOSURE

Summit Salon Academy will provide a program of study that meets minimum curriculum requirements as prescribed by the state of Florida.

For states outside of Florida: the institution has not made a determination on whether the program meets other states’ educational/licensure requirements.

Information regarding other states' requirements can be found at the following link:

https://www.beautyschoolsdirectory.com/faq/license-requirements

Summit Salon Academy does not provide training or activities out-of-state. All programs offered at the institution lead to professional licensure in the state of Florida. All students, including those who live in bordering states, are notified prior to enrollment that education received at Summit Salon Academy follows the Florida Council on Independent Education regulations which require:

Program & Hours of Education

Cosmetology -1500 hours

Barber -1200 hours

Full Specialist - 600 hours

Skin Care Specialist - 700 hours

The institution makes information available to students and applicants regarding the hour requirements in other states via https://www.beautyschoolsdirectory.com/faq/license-requirements and recommend that all applicants and students familiarize themselves with the comparison of other states’ regulations and hours required for licensure, as applicable. If a student needs additional assistance with determining requirements for other states, they can seek the assistance of the Academy’s Director of Education.

Additionally, the Transfer Policy indicates that Summit Salon Academy does not guarantee transferability of credits earned to any other institution.” Per the transfer policy in the catalog, our curriculum has not been reviewed for compliance with other states’ professional licensure requirements.