Federal Consumer Information

In compliance with The United States Department of Education’s “Gainful Employment in a Recognized Occupation” Regulations, please refer to the following program information:

FEDERAL CONSUMER INFORMATION: ESTHETICS
FEDERAL CONSUMER INFORMATION: COSMETOLOGY
FEDERAL CONSUMER INFORMATION: ADVANCED MASSAGE THERAPY

For more information about Federal Student Financial Aid, we suggest downloading The Guide to Federal Student Aid, and visiting www.studentaid.ed.gov or www.finaid.org.

The National Center for Education Statistics (NCES) is the primary federal entity for collecting and analyzing data related to education. Visit http://nces.ed.gov/ for more information.

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For more information about the occupations associated with the training offered at Avenue Five Institute, visit http://www.onetonline.org/.

The US Department of Labor provides current job information at http://www.careerinfonet.org.

For information on the cost of attendance for each program, check out the NET PRICE CALCULATOR

For more information information about cost of attendance, visit https://collegecost.ed.gov/

For information about our Safe Campus Program, click here.

For information about the school lending standards, please review our Lending Code of Conduct.

All current and prospective students should review this Direct Loan Entrance Counseling Video.

All current and prospective students receiving Title IV loans should complete the Entrance Interview for loan default prevention.

VOTER REGISTRATION- Students are encouraged to register and vote in state and federal elections. Voter Registration and Election Date information for the State of Texas can be found at www.sos.state.tx.us or by calling 1.800.252.VOTE (8683). Voter registration for federal elections can be found at https://www.usa.gov/register-to-vote or by calling 1-844-USA-GOV1.

Students enrolling in the massage therapy program can click here to review the Massage Therapy Act and the rules of the department included in 16 Administrative Code Chapter 117.

Annual Rates for NACCAS from 2016

  • Graduation Rate: 81%
  • Placement Rate: 65%
  • Licensure Rate: 98%

 

Standard Occupation Codes
Cosmetology – (SOC – 395012, CIP – 12.0401)
Esthetics – (SOC – 395094, CIP – 12.0409)
Massage Therapy – (SOC – 319011, CIP – 51.3501)

 

Textbooks Required

Cosmetology

  • Milady’s Standard Cosmetology
    ISBN:1-4180-4935-2 (Hardcover) $102.95
    ISBN: 1-4180-4936-0 (Softcover) $97.95

Esthetics

  • Milady’s Standard Esthetics, Fundamentals 10th Edition Textbook
    ISBN 1-4283-1892-5 (Hardcover), $122.95

Massage Therapy 

  • Beck, Mark K. Theory and Practice of Therapeutic Massage, Sixth Edition. 2017  ISBN: 978-1-285-18755-6, $124.95
  • Know the Body, Digital Book (Elsevier) ISBN: 9780323101417, $34.96
  • Know the Body Book (Elsevier) ISBN:9780323086844, $55.76

In compliance with the Higher Education Opportunity Act (HEOA) post-secondary customers can find valuable information in pricing, previous editions and alternate formats by visiting http://www.cengage.com/highered and searching by ISBN#, author, title or keyword for material in your areas of interest.  The school does not currently offer a textbook rental program or the ability to purchase used textbooks nor does it offer a textbook buyback program or an alternative content delivery program.

For more information about any of the these disclosures, please contact our financial aid office at 512-630-0099 .

 

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