Student Resources


You may download from Pearson Vue’s website a Candidate Handbook for Pennsylvania cosmetologist, cosmetology teacher and estheticians testing also download an application and equipment list. You may make a real-time examination reservation, view test center testing dates and view frequently asked questions.

This website provides practical and easy to understand advice on how to deal with financial situations facing college students and recent graduates, such as understanding student aid, repayment of student loans, money management, setting up a budget, and dealing with the dangers of credit cards. This website also provides information tools for parents.

Need tips on planning your future? This website offers advice on choosing a career path, which school is the best fit for you and how to pay for your education.


You will apply for your loans on this website. It offers tools to help manage loans, calculate payments, view your master promissory note, or access for financial aid history.

Copy and paste the course SOC code to the quick search toolbar: Cosmetology Operator: 39-5012.00 Cosmetology Teacher: 25-1194.00 Esthetician: 39-5094.00 This website provides important data on many occupations. Subjects include knowledge, education and skill required. Information on related occupations, wages, and job outlook are also provided.

Contact the State Board of Cosmetology to clarify information about licensure, obtain information regarding reciprocity to other state. Download an application for licensure by reciprocity, change your current address or name after testing, renew or reinstate a license and obtain license verification.


AACS (scholarships) The American Association of Cosmetology Schools offers resources for both interested students and parents. Job statistics, success stories, industry news, and grant/scholarship information are all available on this website.

National Accrediting Commission of Career Arts & Sciences, Inc. is recognized by the U. S. Department of Education as a national agency for the institutional accreditation of postsecondary schools and departments of cosmetology arts and sciences, including specialized schools. Accreditation means that a school has met national standards of educational performance that have been established by an impartial nongovernmental agency.

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Announcing the arrival of LAB, the online social network learning platform that Utilizes Pivot Point’s Designer’s Approach educational library. Our students, who are so committed to success, now have the opportunity to experience this exceptional educational system—anytime, anywhere. They have 24-hour/7-day access to the following learning materials: eBooks, Interactive Glossaries, Full-Length, Real-Time Video Modules, Quizzes and Chapter Tests, Presentations, Downloadable Learning and Study Tools, & Daily Performance Tracking. They are are also able to share ideas and showcase their creations with other students and instructors within the network.


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FAFSA on the Web. Financial Aid is available to those who qualify. The FAFSA must be completed to apply for grants and direct student loans. Amount of Financial Aid awarded is based on financial need. You may complete the FAFSA online from home or here at the school.




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