This program does NOT qualify for Federal Student Aid
(Pell and/or Federal Direct Student Loans)
1098T (used for income tax purposes)
Cosmetology provides students with the technical knowledge and skills necessary to qualify for the New York State Appearance Enhancement Licensing Exam. Instruction includes a combination of classroom theory and practical experiences. Students will have the opportunity to practice on mannequins and patrons as they study hairstyling, hair coloring, perms, manicures, facials, and pedicures. The program length is approximately 10 months (1000 hours). Classes meet Monday through Friday, 3:30 – 9:30 p.m. Each student must satisfy the entrance requirement in order to be eligible for program participation. Enrollment is limited; please register early.
Begin September, 2016 and conclude June, 2017
Monday - Friday from 3:30 - 9:30 p.m.
Please contact the Student Financial Services Office at 315-779-7237 for more information.
Payment Schedule for the 2016-17 School Year:
Payment Due Date
To ensure your enrollment, your first payment of $1,987.50 or proof of sponsorship and/or loan is must be received by July 15, 2016.
If registration is received after July 15th then payment or proof of sponsorship must be received at the time of registration in order to be considered enrolled. Last day to register for class is August 15, 2016.
Students must submit an application the Adult Evening Cosmetology Program.
All students are required to take the TABE Test (Tests of Adult Basic Education) in Math and Reading. The New York State Education Department requires this testing; there is no exception. This test will be administered once the student has started the program
Tuition and cost are determined annually by the Jefferson-Lewis Board of Cooperative Educational Services. Adult students who enroll at our technical center assume responsibility for tuition. Current tuition charges may be obtained from the Financial Aid Office at the Charles H. Bohlen Jr. Technical Center.
This program does NOT qualify for Federal Aid (Pell or Federal Direct Student Loans).
Financial Assistance maybe available to qualifying applicants through one or more of the following:
Veterans Administration (GI Bill®) - Students will need to submit a copy of their Certificate of Eligibility before GI Bill® Benefits will be certified. The student is responsible for making tuition payments when they due until the student has received verification that their benefits have been certified. For more information on Veteran Benefits go to http://www.gibill.va.gov
New York State Veterans Tuition Award - Provides award for full-time study and part-time study to eligible veterans matriculated at an undergraduate or graduate degree-granting institution or in an approved vocational training program in New York State. For more information go to MILITARY CORNER at http://www.hesc.org
Our school code is listed under "Jefferson-Lewis Program for Practical Nursing"
Career Training or Continuing Education Loans, are loan programs designed
to help students pay for their education when they are unable to
receive federal money or when other financial aid does not cover the
cost of their education.
Loans are NOT Federal Student Loans. They are offered by private
lenders and do not require the student to complete federal forms
(FAFSA). Approval for Private Education Loans are generally based on an
individual's credit and may require a credit check.
can expect to pay a higher interest rate on a Private Loan than that
of a Federal Student Loan. Interest rates and fees on Private Loans
are based on the individual credit score (FICO) and it is best to have a
co-signer if you do not have a well established credit history. If
you and/or your co-signer's FICO score is less than 650 you will
probably not be approved for a loan.
Repayment of Private Education Loans generally begin 30 days after the first disbursement.
Note: Tuition must be at least $1,000 in order to apply for a Private Education Loan.
Theory / Practical
8 / 16
Safety and Health
9 / 17
Anatomy and Physiology
5 / 10
3.5 / 6.5
Hair & Scalp Disorders & Diseases
3.5 / 6.5
Chemistry as Applied to Cosmetology
2 / 3
Shampoos, Rinses and Treatments
10 / 20
Hair Cutting and Shaping
58 / 117
82 / 163
60 / 120
Hair Coloring & Lightening
60 / 120
Nail Care & Procedures
13.5 / 26.5
Skin Care & Procedures & Waxing
20 / 40
334.5 / 665.5
Graduation & Policy Requirements:
Cosmetology students are required to complete successfully all academic subjects and clinical experiences before being recommended to take the NYS licensing exam. Complete graduation and policy requirements are available in the Adult Cosmetology Program Handbook. Students will receive a copy of the handbook after successful admission to the program.
In Person: Bring the completed Transcript Request to the Main Office at the Bohlen Technical Center. The address is located at the bottom of the form.
transcripts are sent to a college, employer or other agency. Student
copies may be sent directly to the student and are identified as student
In accordance with Federal Law (The
Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act), student transcripts are
issued only at the written request of a student. A transcript will not
be released without the student’s signature appearing on the request and
the request will be returned without processing if the form is not
complete. Transcript requests are not accepted by phone.
New York State Licensing:
Cosmetology students must have satisfactorily completed the 1,000 hour cosmetology program before taking the NYS licensing exam.
If you have ever been found guilty of a crime (felony or misdemeanor) in any court the state may not issue a Cosmetology License.
Cosmetology Make-up Hours
This course is designed for the student who has not completed 1,000 hours of coursework. Transfer credits (hours) will be evaluated and credit given if approved. Students must successfully complete the minimum allowable hours for any module in order to receive credit. If you did not attend our cosmetology program then you will need to have the educational institution(s) that you attended complete a Record of Completion Form. This form should be mailed back to the Financial Aid Office at the address listed on the form. FULL COSMETOLOGY KIT IS REQUIRED.
PREREQUISITE: Student must have been enrolled in a Cosmetology program within the last 5 years and completed at least 750 hours.
Additional hours can be completed during the evening program (after October 1st). Tuition must be paid in full prior to beginning make-up hours. Tuition is based on the number of hours needed for completion. The hourly rate is based on the current years tuition.
Cosmetology State Board Review
A review course, 60 hours in length, is designed for anyone preparing to take the NYS licensing exam. However, you must have successfully completed an approved NYS Cosmetology Program (1,000 hours). These hours cannot be applied towards hours needed for board eligibility. FULL COSMETOLOGY KIT IS REQUIRED.
Review hours can be completed during the evening program (after October 1st). Tuition must be paid in full prior to beginning these classes. Tuition is prorated as per the current tuition rate.