Marketti

Academy of Cosmetology

School Catalog

March 11, 2016

 

 
 naccas  

 

4390 Dixie Highway

Waterford, MI 48329

248.618.6394

www.marketticosmetology.com

 

Mission Statement

The mission of Marketti Academy of Cosmetology is to provide students with a quality education in the fields of cosmetology, manicuring, esthetics, and instructor training as to prepare them for careers in these fields. Marketti Academy utilizes both traditional and hands-on learning environments to suit the different learning styles of its students. Instructors and staff are dedicated to creating an energetic atmosphere in which to bring out the full potential of every student.

Facility

Marketti Academy of Cosmetology is situated in a 10,000 square foot building, centrally located in Waterford, Michigan. We offer large classrooms for our cosmetology, manicuring, and esthetics programs. Class sizes are small to offer students more individualized attention. Our clinic floor is designed to accommodate 50 students. We have a large student lounge area for breaks, lunch, and dinner. There is plenty of parking for both students and clients.

Admission Requirements – Cosmetology, Manicuring, and Esthetics

Requirements for admission into Marketti Academy are in compliance with the minimum standards set by the Michigan State Board of Cosmetology. Individuals must have a certificate of graduation from a secondary education school or GED. We do not accept the Ability-To- Benefit test. The individual must be over the age of 16. Potential students must also write an essay—500 words or less on one of the following topics:

 

  • What inspired you to want to enter the beauty industry?
  • What uniqueness will you bring to the beauty industry?
  • What are you hoping to achieve through your training?

 

Admission Requirements – Instructor Training

Individuals interested in becoming a licensed instructor must 1) be at least 17 years of age, 2) have a high school diploma, and 3) have a current cosmetology license.

Transfer Students

Marketti Academy, in compliance with the regulations of the Michigan State Board of Cosmetology, may grant transfer hours. A transfer student will need to have a copy of their previous hours, MPA’s, and sign up for an entrance exam. The maximum number of hours granted for all programs will be determined by the student’s entrance exam. Students may or may not receive all of their hours.

Non-Discrimination

Marketti Academy in its admissions, instruction, and graduation policies does not practice any discrimination on the basis of race, creed, religion, financial status, origin of country or residence, sex, age, ethnic origin, or color.

Graduation Requirements

In order to graduate, a student must complete the required hours of training for their respective program. The student must have an average grade of 75% in academics and 67% in attendance. The student must also complete all minimum lab sheet assignments and minimum practical applications as laid out by the Michigan State Board of Cosmetology. All tuition must be paid in full to Marketti Academy. A student will receive his or her diploma once he or she has received his or her license.

Cosmetology Course Objective

To train and prepare students for the State Board licensing exam and to gain entry into the field of cosmetology as a hair stylist, hair color specialist, platform artist, manicurist, and skin specialist.

 

Cosmetology Curriculum

Subject    Theory    PracticalUnassigned           Total  Hours     Minimum Practical Application

                Hours      Hours      Hours                         

Sanitation/Patron Protection

                90            40            0                          130                   585

                Laws and rules, Personal hygiene,     (Sanitation and patron protection shall be included in all services)

                Salon management, Mechanical         

                and Electrical equipment safety

Facials

                35            80            0                              115          40

                Skin analysis and care, Manipulation,                  (A minimum of 5 services in each category)

      Massage, Electricity, Removal of hair

                by the use of wax, tweezers, or

                depilatories

Hairdressing

                125          400          0                              525          300

                Arranging, Cutting, Dressing, Curling,                  (a minimum of 20 services in each category)

                Pressing, Artificial hair, Finger waving,              

                and Natural hair cultivation

Scalp and Hair Treatments

                10            15            0                              25            30

Hair Coloring

                40            170          0                              210          80

                Temporary, Semi-permanent,                              (a minimum of 80 services in each category)

                Permanent, Bleaching and dimensional            

                coloring, Color mixing

Chemical Hair Restructuring

                40            180          0                              220          80

                Permanent waving, Straightening,                       (a minimum of 15 services in each catagory

                Relaxing                                                 

Salon Management, Mechanical and Applied Chemistry

                20            10            0                              30            5

                Occupational safety and health

                administration as related to skin,

                hair, nails, and scalp

Applied Anatomy

                45            0              0                              45            0             

                Physiology and histology of the human

                head, hands, nails, skin, and hair

Manicuring/Pedicuring

                15            55            0                              70            35

Artificial Nails

                5              15            0                              20            5

Unassigned Hours

                0              0              110                          0              0

Total       425          965          110                          1500        1160

 

Manicuring Course Objective

To train and prepare students for the State Board licensing exam and to gain entry into the field of manicuring as a nail technician with an emphasis in artificial nails and nail care.

 

Manicuring Curriculum

Subject    Theory    PracticalUnassigned           Total       Minimum Practical

                Hours      Hours      Hours                  Hours     Application

Sanitation/Patron Protection

                50            50            0                         100          100

                Laws and rules, Personal hygiene,     (Sanitation and patron protection shall be included in all services)

                Salon management, Mechanical          

                and Electrical equipment safety

Anatomy and Disorders

                25            0              0                              25            0 

Artistic Principles

                10            0              0                              10            0

Manicuring/Pedicuring Techniques

                20            50            0                              70            40

Chemistry/Occupational Safety and Health Administration

                15            0              0                              15            0

Artificial Nails/Extensions/Repairs

                25            105          0                              130          50

Unassigned Hours

                0              0              50                            50            0

Total       145          205          50                            400          190

 

Esthetics Course Objective

To train and prepare students for the State Board licensing exam so that they may gain entry into the field of esthetics as a skin care, make-up, facialist and wax specialist.

Esthetics Curriculum

Subject    Theory    PracticalUnassigned           Total Hours   Minimum Practical Application

                Hours      Hours      Hours                   

Sanitation/Patron Protection

                25            25            0                              50            90

                Laws, and rules, Personal hygiene,    (Sanitation and patron protection shall be included in all services)

                Salon management                                

Mechanical and Electrical Equipment Safety

                25            25            0                              50            15

Anatomy and Disorders

                40            0              0                              40            0

Artistic Principles/Make-Up

                20            20            0                              40            0

Facial/Skin Care Techniques

                20            125          0                              145          50

Chemistry/Occupational Safety and Health Administration

                15            0              0                              15            0

Temporary Removal of Hair

                5              5              0                              10            5

Unassigned Hours

                0              0              50                            50            0

Total       150          200          50                            400          160

 

Instructor Course Objective

To train and prepare licensed cosmetology, manicuring, and esthetics students for the State Board licensing exam so that they may gain entry into the field of instructing as a knowledgeable instructor with high teaching standards.

Instructor Curriculum – Cosmetology – 500 Hour Program

Subject    Theory    Practical                 Total Hours                   Minimum Practical Application

                Hours      Hours                     

Orientation and review of the cosmetology curriculum

                25            50                            75                            20

Instruction to teaching

                30            0                              30                            0

Course outlining and development

                80            85                            165                          20

                Lesson planning, Teaching techniques,                           (a minimum of 5 services in each category)

                Teaching aids, Developing, administering, and grading examinations

Laws and Rules

                15            10                            25                            70

                Record keeping and School administration

Teaching               

                0              75                            75                            15

                Assisting in clinic and theory classrooms,

                Practice teaching in clinic and theory rooms

Total       150          350                          500                          150

 

Instructor Curriculum – Manicuring and Esthetics – 300 Hour Programs

Subject    Theory    Practical                 Total Hours                  Minimum Practical Application

                Hours      Hours                      

Orientation and review of the cosmetology curriculum

                10            15                            25                            10

Instruction to teaching

                30            0                              30                            0

Course outlining and development

                80            85                            165                          20

                Lesson planning, Teaching techniques,           (a minimum of 5 services in each category)

                Teaching aids, Developing, administering, and grading examinations

Laws and Rules

                15            10                            25                            40

                Record keeping and School administration

Teaching

                0              55                            55                            15

                Assisting in clinic and theory classrooms,

                Practice teaching in clinic and theory rooms

Total       135          165                          300                          85

 

The language of all programs will be taught in English.

 

Grading Policy for All Curriculums

                100% - 93%            =              A              82% - 80%              =              B-

                92% - 90%              =              A-            79% - 75%              =              C+

                89% - 87%              =              B+            74% and below      =              Fail

                86% - 83%              =              B

 

Satisfactory Academic Progress Policy

Marketti Academy prides itself on the progress of our students. In compliance with the administrative rules of the State Board of Cosmetology, students must have no less than a 75% in academics in any academic period for the duration of their program and 67% in attendance.

 

Start Dates – Cosmetology Day Classes-Appprox. Length of Course 60 weeks

            January 12, 2016                                 July 19, 2016

            February 9, 2016                                 August 16, 2016

            March 8, 2016                                      September  13, 2016

           April 19, 2016                           October 11, 2016

               May 17, 2016                                        November  8, 2016 

            June 14, 2016                                    

                              

 Start Dates – Manicuring Day Classes- Appprox. Length of Course 19 weeks

                January 12, 2016                                   July 19, 2016

                February 9, 2016                                   August 16, 2016

                March 8, 2016                                       September 13, 2016                  

                April 19, 2016                                        October 11, 2016

                May 17, 2016                                         November 8, 2016        

                June 14, 2016                                        January 5, 2016

                                                    

 

Start Dates – Esthetics Day Classes- Appprox. Length of Course 19 weeks

                January 12, 2016                                   July 19, 2016

                February 9, 2016                                   August 16, 2016

                March 8, 2016                                       September 13, 2016                     

                April 19, 2016                                        October 11, 2016

                May 17, 2016                                         November 5, 2016           

                June 14, 2016                                         

                                                     

 

Start Dates – Instructor Training Appprox. Length of Course 27 weeks/46 weeks

Instructor training start dates coincide with the start dates of the particular program the student will be instructor for (see above).

 

Class Schedules

Cosmetology-Days:Tuesday through Friday  8:30am-3:30pm

                                Saturday (mandatory after 350 hours) 9:00am-2:00pm

 

Manicuring:            Tuesday through Friday                       8:30am-1:30pm

                               Saturday (mandatory after 100 hours)9:00am-2:00pm

 

Esthetics:                               Tuesday through Friday                       8:30am-3:30pm

 

Instructor Training:               Tuesday through Friday                       8:30am-3:30pm.

 

Holidays – 2015 - 2016

The following holidays Marketti Academy will be closed:

               Dec 24, 2015 - Jan 4, 2016                    July 2-5, 2016

               March 25-26, 2016                                 Sept 3, 2016

               April 5-9, 2016                                        *Nov 24-28, 2016

               May 29, 2016                                          Dec 24, 2016 - Jan 2, 2017

                                                      

* School will close at 3:30pm on November 23, 2016.

School closures for inclement weather can be viewed on channel 4 (WDIV) and channel 7 (WXYZ).

 

Tuition

Cosmetology:        Application fee                        $     100.00

                              Kit and Books                         $     1100.00

                              State fee                                 $       15.00

                              Tuition                                     $ 14900.00

                                                                              $ 16115.00

 

Manicuring:              Application fee                       $    100.00

                                Kit and Books                         $    500.00

                                State fee                                 $      15.00

                                Tuition                                     $  2000.00

                                                                                $ 2615.00

 

Esthetics:                 Application fee                       $     100.00

                                Kit and Books                         $     790.00

                                State fee                                 $       15.00

                                Tuition                                     $   3000.00

                                                                                $  3905.00

 

Instructor Training:  Application fee                        $     100.00

(500 hours)             Books                                      $     300.00

                                State fee                                 $       15.00

                                Tuition                                     $   2000.00

                                                                                $   2415.00

 

Instructor Training:  Application fee                       $    100.00

(300 hours)            Books                                      $     300.00             

                             State fee                                   $       15.00

                                Tuition                                    $   1200.00

                                                                               $ 1615.00

Scholarship

Marketti Academy may offer scholarships for our Cosmetology, Manicuring, and Esthetics programs. See the Admissions Director for more details.

Saturday Policy

Students may miss a total of three (3) Saturdays during their time on the Senior Clinic Floor. Any student who misses more than three Saturdays will incur an additional fee per missed Saturday to be added onto their tuition. All tuition is to be paid in full to graduate.

Missed Saturday fee:
Cosmetology $45.00
Manicuring $23.00

Tardiness Policy

Students are given until 8:45am/5:15pm to arrive to class. If you are to be late please call the School and let them know the reason for your delay—this information will then be forwarded to your instructor. However, frequent tardiness (past 8:38am/5:08pm) will require a meeting with a Marketti staff member and could result in a 3-day suspension (if three tardies in one month).

Missed Time Policy

Cosmetology students are given a 10% missed time allowance. This means that you are given an additional 150 hours to complete your course. This can be used as a bank of hours to draw from for vacations, illnesses, etc. If you are to be absent for more than 14 days it is up to you to inform your instructor; if you do not, you will be dropped from the program.

Manicuring students are given a 10% missed time allowance. This means that you are given an additional 40 hours to complete your course. This can be used as a bank of hours to draw from for vacations, illnesses, etc. If you are to be absent for more than 14 days it is up to you to inform your instructor; if you do not, you will be dropped from the program.

Esthetics students are given a 10% missed time allowance. This means that you are given an additional 42 hours to complete your course. This can be used as a bank of hours to draw from for vacations, illnesses, etc. If you are to be absent for more than 14 days it is up to you to inform your instructor; if you do not, you will be dropped from the program.

Student instructors are given a 10% missed time allowance. This means that you are given an additional 50/30 hours to complete your course. This can be used as a bank of hours to draw from for vacations, illnesses, etc. If you are to be absent for more than 14 days it is up to you to inform your instructor; if you do not, you will be dropped from the program.

Make-Up Policy

All students may make-up time missed when they are a senior student. Day senior students may stay from 3:30pm-4:30pm. Night senior students may come in during the day class hours. Academics must be made up before a student progresses to their next level. All students need to inform their instructor if they will be making up time.

Over Contract Policy

If a student goes over contract, meaning you do not finish by your end date on your Student Enrollment Agreement, you will be charged an over contract hourly fee. This fee can be found on the Student Enrollment Agreement. You will also sign a new Student Enrollment Agreement in which you will receive a new end date.

Leave of Absence Policy

Students are entitled to a leave of absence. A student is allowed a combined total of 180 calendar days in any 12 month period for an official leave of absence. A proper leave of absence form needs to be filled out and turned in to the main office. All leaves must be approved by the main office.

Tuition Payment Policy

Tuition payments are due on the first of the month. You will have until the 7th of the month before a $20.00 late fee is added to your account balance. Payments can be made in the form of a check, money order, cash, or credit card. Checks or money orders are to be made payable to Marketti Academy of Cosmetology and turned into the main office. If you fall behind in your payments please see the main office.

Student File Policy

Guarantee each student (or parent or guardian if the student is a dependent minor) access to that student's records. Require written consent from the student or guardian for release of records in response to each third party request otherwise required by law. Before publishing and/or selling directory information for either the student or guardian such as the name, address, phone number and e-mail address(es) of student, date and place of birth, major field of study, dates of attendance, degrees and awards received, date of graduation, previous school attended, and/or date of graduation from previous school, allow student or guardian to deny authority to publish one or more of those items. Provide access to student and other school record as required for any accreditation process initiated by the institution or by the NACCAS, or in response to a directive of the Commission.

Release of Student Information

Student records are the property of the Academy. Students have the right to inspect and review their records. Access to the students' records is only granted by written request. If a parent or legal guardian wishes to review a student's file, ledger, or requests any information about a student, the student must fill out a Release of Student Information Form. These forms are available in the main office. This is in accordance with the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA).

Refund Policy

In the event a student terminates classes for whatever reason, student will be subject to a termination fee of $150.00.

     A. Enrollment time is defined as hours the student should have attended from the actual starting date through to the last day of attendance.
     B. Any monies due the applicant or student shall be refunded within 45 days of official cancellation or withdrawal by the student.

Official cancellation or withdrawal shall occur on the earlier of the dates that:

     C. An applicant is not accepted by the school and is entitled to a refund of all monies except a non- refundable $100.00 application fee.
     D. A student or legal guardian cancels the contract and demands his/her money back in writing, within three business days of signing the enrollment agreement regardless of whether the student has actually started  training. All monies collected by the school are refunded except a non-refundable $100.00 application fee. 

             
     E. A student cancels the contract after three business days of signing, but prior to entering classes. In this case, student is entitled to a refund of all monies paid to the school less a non-refundable $100.00 application fee.
     F. A student notifies the institution of his/her withdrawal.
     G. A student on an approved leave of absence notifies the school that he or she will not be returning. The date of withdrawal determination shall be the earlier of the scheduled date of return from the leave of absence or the date the student notifies the institution that the student will not be returning.
     H. A student is expelled by the school.
     I. In type D, E, F, or G official cancellation or withdrawals, the cancellation date will be determined by the postmark on written notification, or the date said information is delivered to the school in person.

This policy requires that:

     J. Unofficial withdrawals for clock hour students are determined by the school through monitoring clock hour attendance at lease every thirty (30) days.
     K. Any monies due a student who withdraws from the institution shall be refunded within forty-five (45) days of a determination that a student has withdrawn, whether officially or unofficially.
     L. Extra costs are as followed; non-refundable application fee of $100.00, non-refundable State fee of $15.00, non-refundable kit and books fee; $650.00 for Cosmetology, $490.00 for esthetics, $475.00 for manicuring, $250.00 for Instructor training, PSI exam fee $144.00 payable to PSI. Extra supplies at student discretion.

If a Program is cancelled:

     M. If a program is canceled subsequent to a student's enrollment, and before instruction in the program has begun, the school shall provide a full refund of all monies paid.

Collection Policy:

    N. Any balance left owing will be placed with our collection agency after 90 days. All collection procedures reflect good taste and sound, ethical business practices.

School Closure Policy:

If a school closes permanently and ceases to offer instruction after students have enrolled, and instruction has begun, the school will make arrangements for;

     O. A pro-rata refund of tuition.

For students who enroll in and begin classes, the following schedule of tuition adjustment will be considered to meet the minimum standards for refunds.

PERCENTAGE TIME                               TO AMOUNT OF TOTAL TUITION        
TOTAL OF COURSE                               OWED TO THE SCHOOL

.01% to 4.9%                                      20%
   5% to 9.9%                                      30%
10% to 14.9%                                     40%
 15% to 24.9%                                    45%
 25% to 49.9%                                    70%
 50% to over                                      100%

Enrollment time is defined as hours the student should have attended from the actual startin date through to the last day of attendance.

Counseling Services Policy

Marketti Academy has upon request a list of counseling centers for issues that may arise while you are in school. Marketti Academy staff are not counselors.

Employment Assistance

Graduates of Marketti Academy are assisted in finding employment through Marketti's
Career Center. The Center assists with résumé building, in which to guide students to effectively and properly represent themselves on paper. Mock interviews with written feedback are also available to assist students in preparing for the job application process. Students will also be able to view job postings on the student bulletin board. Marketti Academy of Cosmetology does not guarantee employment.

Discipline Policy

Any student who is having a problem needs to follow the following steps to solve their problem:
1. Speak to your immediate instructor, explain your situation and try to work it out with them.
2. Speak to the head instructor.
3. Put in writing what the situation is and what steps you have taken to handle the situation and submit it to the main office. You will then be contacted within 24 hours to schedule an appointment to handle the situation.

Termination Policy

Marketti Academy will terminate students for any of the following reasons:
• Stealing
• Violence against a fellow student or staff member
• Using or selling illegal drugs
• Failing to meet satisfactory progress in attendance and academics
• Missing more than 14 consecutive days without being on a leave of absence
Students must follow all rules and regulations of the school. Failure to do so may result in termination from Marketti Academy.

Marketti Academy of Cosmetology is licensed by: Michigan Department of Labor & Economic Growth, Board of Cosmetology, P.O. Box 30244, Lansing, MI 48909, (517) 241-9258

Marketti Academy of Cosmetology is accredited by: NACCAS (National Accrediting Commission of Career Arts and Sciences, Inc.), is recognized by the United States Department of Education as a national accreditation agency for postsecondary schools and programs of cosmetology arts and sciences, electrology, and massage), 4401 Ford Avenue, Suite 1300, Alexandria, VA 22302-1432, (703) 600-7600

Staff

Tawny Marketti-Pearson Co-Owner/Director of Education/Instructor        Holly Nelson Instructor
Allison Murphy Co-Owner/Director of Admissions                                   Susan Clark Instructor
Sara Salgot Instructor                                                                         Beverly Bradley Instructor
Shannon Morales Instructor