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Elite Beauty Schools is one of the Top 10 Beauty Schools in New York. Welcome to our Beauty Schools. At our Beauty Schools we provide online training in numerous disciplines. Some of them are Cosmetology, Nail Care, Skin Care, Hair Care, Waxing, Esthetician, etc... In our Beauty Schools you'll have opportunity to become State Licensed Professional Cosmetologist with hands on expirience, which make us different from others Beauty Schools.State Licensing Exam preparation video also available for remote study from Elite Beauty Schools web sites: beautysaloonschool.com or beautyacademyonline.com. Keep in mind that Average Income of USA Cosmetologists graduated from Beauty Schools is $37,000. There are more working Beauty cosmetologists graduated from Schools than teachers and lawyers in the USA. Beauty is always on high demand, that's why many people strive to go to Beauty Schools and pick their skills and knowledge in hair styling, haircutting, coloring, hair coloring, manicure and pedicure, facials, massage, permanent waving, Skin Care, chemical restructuring, Nail Design, Artistry and many more.. With Elite Beauty Schools you can do it in a weeks. If you live away of New York state or NY, Brooklyn, you may purchase online trainings and NY Cosmetology State License Exam preparation video from our Beauty Schools web sites. And enjoy your study from the comfort of your home. Either way you'll receive skills necessary for gaining and maintaining employment in any contemporary beauty salons. Those with outstanding performance might consider positions in Elite Beauty Salon Schools. Remember: Hair and Nails will always grow! No matter who you are, Stylist or manicurist, Esthetician or make-up artist, an expert in hair cutting or hair coloring, licensed professional cosmetologist is always wanted in Beauty Schools and Beauty Salons throughout the country. Our Beauty schools is licensed by New York State Department of Education. We won't waste your time with classes that don't apply to your career. Call Elite Beauty School now.
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INSTITUTIONAL INFORMATION a. The cost of attending institution is $23,595.00 living on own and $17,790.00 living with parent, for the first year when completing 900 hours in 38 weeks/9 months and $2,555.00 living on own and $1,910.00 living with parent, for a second year completing 100 hours in 4 weeks/1 month. b. Tuition cost to full-time and part-time students is $10,200.00 and $100.00 non-refundable application fee. c. Estimated cost of books $200.00 and $300.00 for supplies. d. Estimated typical charges for room and board per month: a) living on own $1,085.00; b) living with parent $440.00. e. Estimated transportation cost to students is $170.00 per month. f. Refund policy and return of Title IV grant or loan assistance: If a student cancels his/her enrollment within seven business days of the signing of an enrollment all monies collected by the school shall be refunded. If cancellation or termination of enrollment occurs after seven days but prior to or during the first week of instruction the student is entitled to 100 percent refund of tuition, but will be charged a $100.00 registration fee. The Cancellation date will be determined by the postmark, written notification or date said information is delivered or phoned to the school administrator or owner in person. Any monies due are refunded within 30 days of written cancellation or termination. Students who do not return from leave of absence, last date of leave is used as the termination date. This policy stands regardless of whether or not the student actual started training. If a student is expelled, withdraws or is discontinued after completion of the first week of instruction he or she will be charged for the following: A. Applicants not accepted by the school shall be entitled to a refund of all monies paid. B. Thereafter, a student will be liable for: 1. the non-refundable registration plus 2. the cost of any textbooks or supplies accepted plus 3. tuition liability as of the student’s last day of physical attendance. Tuition Liability is divided by the number of quarters in the program. Total tuition liability is limited to the quarter during which the student withdrew or was terminated, and any previous quarters completed. INITIAL ENROLLMENT 375 HOURS If termination occurs school may keep If termination occurs school may keep Prior to or during the first week 0% During the first week 25% During the second week 25% During the second week 50% .During the third week 50% During the third week 75% During the fourth week 75% After the third week 100% After the fourth week 100% C. Except that the hourly rate per student contract shall be substituted for such hours that have to be made up beyond the stated program length of 1000 hours. D. Enrollment time is defined as the time elapsed between the actual starting date and the date of the student’s last day of physical attendance in school. Any monies due the applicant or student shall be refunded within 30 days of formal cancellation by the student or formal termination by the school, which shall occur no more than 30 days from the last day of physical attendance, or in the case of leave of absence, documented date of return. E. If a school permanently closes and is no longer offering instruction has begun, the student is entitled to a refund of all pre-paid tuition. F. If a course is cancelled subsequent to a student’s enrollment, the school shall at its option: 1. Provide a full refund of monies paid: or 2. Provide completion of the course. G. Sec. 668.22 Treatment of title IV funds when a student withdraws. (a) General. (1) When a recipient of title IV grant or loan assistance withdraws from an institution during a payment period or period of enrollment in which the recipient began attendance, the institution must determine the amount of title IV grant or loan assistance (not including Federal Work-Study or the non-Federal share of FSEOG awards if an institution meets its FSEOG matching share by the individual recipient method or the aggregate method) that the student earned as of the student's withdrawal date in accordance with paragraph (e) of this section. (2) If the total amount of title IV grant or loan assistance, or both, that the student earned as calculated under paragraph (e)(1) of this section is less than the amount of title IV grant or loan assistance that was disbursed to the student or on behalf of the student in the case of a PLUS loan, as of the date of the institution's determination that the student withdrew-- (i) The difference between these amounts must be returned to the title IV programs in accordance with paragraphs (g) and (h) of this section in the order specified in paragraph (i) of this section; and (ii) No additional disbursements may be made to the student for the payment period or period of enrollment. (3) If the total amount of title IV grant or loan assistance, or both, that the student earned as calculated under paragraph (e)(1) of this section is greater than the total amount of title IV grant or loan assistance, or both, that was disbursed to the student or on behalf of the student in the case of a PLUS loan, as of the date of the institution's determination that the student withdrew, the difference between these amounts must be treated as a post-withdrawal disbursement in accordance with paragraph (a)(4) of this section and Sec. 668.164(g). (4)(i)(A) If outstanding charges exist on the student's account, the institution may credit the student's account in accordance with Sec. 668.164(d)(1), (d)(2), and (d)(3) with all or a portion of the post-withdrawal disbursement described in paragraph (a)(3) of this section, up to the amount of the outstanding charges. (B) If Direct Loan, FFEL, or Federal Perkins Loan Program funds are used to credit the student's account, the institution must notify the student, or parent in the case of a PLUS loan, and provide an opportunity for the borrower to cancel all or a portion of the loan, in accordance with Sec. 668.165(a)(2), (a)(3), (a)(4), and (a)(5). (ii)(A) The institution must offer any amount of a post-withdrawal disbursement that is not credited to the student's account in accordance with paragraph (a)(4)(i) of this section to the student, or the parent in the case of a PLUS loan, within 30 days of the date of the institution's determination that the student withdrew, as defined in paragraph (l)(3) of this section, by providing a written notification to the student, or parent in the case of PLUS loan funds. The written notification must--(1) Identify the type and amount of the title IV funds that make up the post-withdrawal disbursement that is not credited to the student's account in accordance with paragraph (a)(4)(i) of this section; (2) Explain that the student or parent may accept or decline some or all of the post-withdrawal disbursement that is not credited to the student's account in accordance with paragraph (a)(4)(i) of this section; and (3) Advise the student or parent that no post-withdrawal disbursement will be made to the student or parent if the student or parent does not respond within 14 days of the date that the institution sent the notification, unless the institution chooses to make a post-withdrawal disbursement in accordance with paragraph (a)(4)(ii)(D) of this section. (B) If the student or parent submits a timely response that instructs the institution to make all or a portion of the post-withdrawal disbursement, the institution must disburse the funds in the manner specified by the student or parent within 120 days of the date of the institution's determination that the student withdrew, as defined in paragraph (l)(3) of this section. (C) If the student or parent does not respond to the institution's notice, no portion of the post-withdrawal disbursement that is not credited to the student's account in accordance with paragraph (a)(4)(i) of this section may be disbursed. (D) If a student or parent submits a late response to the institution's notice, the institution may make the post-withdrawal disbursement as instructed by the student or parent or decline to do so. (E) If a student or parent submits a late response to the institution and the institution does not choose to make the post-withdrawal disbursement in accordance with paragraph (a)(4)(ii)(D) of this section, the institution must inform the student or parent electronically or in writing concerning the outcome of the post-withdrawal disbursement request. (iii) A post-withdrawal disbursement must be made from available grant funds before available loan funds. (b) Withdrawal date for a student who withdraws from an institution that is required to take attendance. (1) For purposes of this section, for a student who ceases attendance at an institution that is required to take attendance, including a student who does not return from an approved leave of absence, as defined in paragraph (d) of this section, or a student who takes a leave of absence that does not meet the requirements of paragraph (d) of this section, the student's withdrawal date is the last date of academic attendance as determined by the institution from its attendance records. (2) An institution must document a student's withdrawal date determined in accordance with paragraph (b)(1) of this section and maintain the documentation as of the date of the institution's determination that the student withdrew, as defined in paragraph (l)(3) of this section. (3)(i) An institution is required to take attendance if an outside entity (such as the institution's accrediting agency or a State agency) has a requirement, as determined by the entity, that the institution take attendance. (ii) If an outside entity requires an institution to take attendance for only some students, the institution must use its attendance records to determine a withdrawal date in accordance with paragraph (b)(1) of this section for those students. (c) Withdrawal date for a student who withdraws from an institution that is not required to take attendance. (1) For purposes of this section, for a student who ceases attendance at an institution that is not required to take attendance, the student's withdrawal date is-- (i) The date, as determined by the institution, that the student began the withdrawal process prescribed by the institution; (ii) The date, as determined by the institution, that the student otherwise provided official notification to the institution, in writing or orally, of his or her intent to withdraw; (iii) If the student ceases attendance without providing official notification to the institution of his or her withdrawal in accordance with paragraph (c)(1)(i) or (c)(1)(ii) of this section, the mid-point of the payment period (or period of enrollment, if applicable);(iv) If the institution determines that a student did not begin the institution's withdrawal process or otherwise provide official notification (including notice from an individual acting on the student's behalf) to the institution of his or her intent to withdraw because of illness, accident, grievous personal loss, or other such circumstances beyond the student's control, the date that the institution determines is related to that circumstance; (v) If a student does not return from an approved leave of absence as defined in paragraph (d) of this section, the date that the institution determines the student began the leave of absence; or (vi) If a student takes a leave of absence that does not meet the requirements of paragraph (d) of this section, the date that the student began the leave of absence. (2)(i)(A) An institution may allow a student to rescind his or her official notification to withdraw under paragraph (c)(1)(i) or (ii) of this section by filing a written statement that he or she is continuing to participate in academically-related activities and intends to complete the payment period or period of enrollment. (B) If the student subsequently ceases to attend the institution prior to the end of the payment period or period of enrollment, the student's rescission is negated and the withdrawal date is the student's original date under paragraph (c)(1)(i) or (ii) of this section, unless a later date is determined under paragraph (c)(3) of this section. (ii) If a student both begins the withdrawal process prescribed by the institution and otherwise provides official notification of his or her intent to withdraw in accordance with paragraphs (c)(1)(i) and (c)(1)(ii) of this section respectively, the student's withdrawal date is the earlier date unless a later date is determined under paragraph (c)(3) of this section. (3)(i) Notwithstanding paragraphs (c)(1) and (2) of this section, an institution that is not required to take attendance may use as the student's withdrawal date a student's last date of attendance at an academically-related activity provided that the institution documents that the activity is academically related and documents the student's attendance at the activity. H. The failure of a student to notify the director in writing of withdrawal may delay refund tuition pursuant to Section 5002 of the Education Law. I. §5007. Tuition reimbursement fund Except as otherwise provided in subdivision six of this section, the portion of the annual assessment of schools registered and licensed pursuant to section five thousand one of this article as prescribed in subdivision eight of such section and all fines, penalties and settlements received pursuant to this article shall be transferred upon receipt into the tuition reimbursement fund, which is to be managed by the commissioner. The comptroller is hereby authorized and directed to permit interest earnings on any account balance to accrue to the benefit of this account. a. The commissioner shall develop a complaint form and provide such form to students. In order to claim a refund, a student shall apply to the fund with a complaint form pursuant to the requirements of section five thousand three of this article. Except as otherwise provided in this article, the commissioner shall compute the refund, if any, using the refund formula established by subdivision three of section five thousand two of this article. b. Claimants who had been enrolled in schools which have not closed or ceased operation shall be required to show in a manner determined by the commissioner that: (1) the student is eligible for a refund; (2) the student has made a request to the school for a refund; and (3) the school has failed to make the refund within the time period required by this article. c. The commissioner shall act on each refund request within thirty business days of such request. Students may be eligible for refunds under this section as follows: a. A student who is offered a teachout plan for the curriculum in which the student was enrolled at the time the school closed or ceased operation, which has been approved by the department, may elect to continue instruction pursuant to the teachout plan or may decline to continue instruction and may instead apply for a full refund under this section. The option to apply for a refund shall extend to the end of the first week of instruction at the teachout school. b. A student who was enrolled in a school which has not closed or ceased operation is entitled to a refund computed in accordance with the refund policy established by subdivision three of section five thousand two of this article. c. A student who was enrolled in a school at the time the school closes or ceases operation is entitled to a refund of the full amount of prepaid tuition. In addition, commencing September first, nineteen hundred ninety-three, a student who drops out of a school, where such school closes within fourteen days of the student’s termination and prior to completion of such student’s program as specified in the enrollment agreement, shall be entitled to a refund of the full amount of prepaid tuition. d. A student who was enrolled in a school which has not closed or ceased operation, and who has dropped out, is entitled to a full refund of all tuition, fees and other required costs paid by the student if the student has submitted a complaint form to the commissioner and the commissioner has determined that a violation of this article has occurred which warrants a refund. The commissioner shall promulgate regulations identifying those violations that warrant a refund. e. Commencing September first, nineteen hundred ninety-three, a student who drops out of a school, which subsequently closes, and who is owed a refund for the failure of such school to follow the provisions enumerated in subdivision three of section five thousand two of this article shall be eligible for a refund from the tuition reimbursement fund according to the provisions of subdivision three of section five thousand two of this article. f. Commencing September first, nineteen hundred ninety-three, any student enrolled in a school based upon an ability to benefit examination shall be eligible for a full refund, regardless of whether the student is currently enrolled, graduated or dropped out, if the school enrolled the student contrary to the provisions of the approved entrance requirements and the student complies with the requirements of subdivision one of section five thousand three of this article. a. For a student who had been enrolled in a school that has not closed or ceased operation, the refund shall be paid as follows: (1) guaranteed student loans, if any, in which case the commissioner shall notify the student of such payment and shall be paid directly to the lender or guarantee agency where appropriate; (2) actual personal tuition expenditures, if any; and (3) tuition assistance program awards and other governmental aid. b. For schools that have closed or ceased operation, the commissioner shall refund actual personal tuition expenditures to the student. The repayment of any loans incurred by the student as part of the actual personal tuition expenditures shall be paid directly to the lender or the guarantee agency where appropriate. a. Where a claim is paid to a student of an operating school, the commissioner shall immediately notify the school. b. Within ten days of the receipt of the notice, the school shall either request a hearing to challenge the commissioner’s determination that a refund was owed to the student or reimburse the fund the amount paid to the claimant plus a penalty up to two times such amount. This payment shall also incur interest for each day it remains unpaid at an annual interest rate of one percent above the prime rate. The commissioner may promulgate streamlined procedures for conducting hearings pursuant to this paragraph. Any penalty assessed under this paragraph shall be in addition to any other penalties assessed pursuant to this article. Notwithstanding any other provision of law, penalties and interest paid pursuant to this paragraph shall accrue to the credit of the proprietary vocational school supervision account to support the costs associated with the hearings authorized in this subdivision. Notwithstanding the notice procedures described in subdivision three of this section, in the event of a school closing, the commissioner on his or her own initiative may take appropriate action in accordance with this section to process refund claims on behalf of all of the students of the closed school. Assignment of rights. Persons and entities receiving refunds under this section shall be deemed to have assigned or subrogated their tuition reimbursement rights to the commissioner on behalf of the tuition reimbursement fund only for the amount refunded by the tuition reimbursement fund. Within thirty days of any refund made pursuant to this section, the commissioner or the attorney general shall take appropriate action to recover the total amount of the refunds made, plus administrative costs, from the school. a. A student whose loan liability is exempted pursuant to section six hundred eighty-three of this chapter and is entitled to or owed a refund shall transfer to the higher education services corporation the right to claim the refund owed and due from the tuition reimbursement fund. In such event, the corporation shall be entitled to receive a refund for that portion of the claim not paid to the corporation by the United States Secretary of Education pursuant to the federal guaranteed loan program. b. Any amounts remaining in the tuition reimbursement fund as of June first, nineteen hundred ninety-three and on every March thirty-first thereafter, shall be made available to the higher education services corporation for payment of student loans on which collection activity has ceased pursuant to the provisions of subdivision six of section six hundred eighty-three of this chapter. No amounts shall be paid to the higher education services corporation for loans on which collection activity has ceased because of the operation of section 437 of the Higher Education Act of 1965, as amended. Fund management. a. As used in this subdivision, net balance is defined as the actual cash balance of the fund as determined by the commissioner on June thirtieth, nineteen hundred ninety-three and every three months thereafter. For the purpose of calculating the net balance, the commissioner shall not take into consideration any refunds made from the fund pursuant to paragraphs d and f of subdivision four of this section for the year immediately preceding the date on which the calculation is made. b. In the event that the fund has accumulated a net balance in excess of one million eight hundred thousand dollars, the commissioner shall, with the approval of the director of the budget, waive an amount not to exceed the amount due for the next quarterly assessment pursuant to this section and subdivision nine of section five thousand one of this article. In such event, payment of future quarterly assessments shall be suspended until the net balance of the fund falls below one million three hundred thousand dollars. c. In the event the net balance of the fund falls below one million three hundred thousand dollars, if the quarterly assessment has been suspended pursuant to paragraph b of this subdivision, it shall be reinstated for the next quarterly assessment and all subsequent quarterly assessments until the fund has accumulated a net balance in excess of one million eight hundred thousand dollars. Fund audit. The state comptroller shall annually audit or cause to be audited the tuition reimbursement fund and produce an annual financial statement according to generally accepted accounting principles. New schools. Within the first six months that a school begins operation, the commissioner shall assess such school an amount to be deposited into the fund in an amount to be determined by the commissioner. g. Withdrawal: Any student, who is absent more than 20% of the scheduled portion of the program/course and failing to maintain satisfactory progress, may be dismissed. h. This school currently offers certificates in Cosmetology/Hairdressing; Esthetician; Nail Specialty; and Waxing. i. Elite Academy of Beauty Arts is located at 426 Kings Highway, Brooklyn, New York 11223 with 4 classrooms and 2 laboratories. k. Yuriy Prakhin, Esq., Owner/President, and an originator of Elite Academy of Beauty Arts. Lina Sapronova, B.A., F.A.O., School Director, Fire Safety Director and a Certified Sales Agent for Elite Academy of Beauty Arts. Irina Neyman, B.A., Vice President, and Instructor. Her experience includes: curriculum development, color applications, teacher training, and education administration. She works with individuals and small groups from a variety of professional backgrounds to develop effective cosmetology skills. Mrs. Neyman has over fourteen years of experience in the Cosmetology Business. All other faculty and instructional personnel have appropriate education and training required by the State. l. Elite Academy of Beauty Arts is approved, licensed and accredited by the following associations, agencies and government bodies, which certificates and licenses are available for review on display in the administrative office of the school:
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