Jenks Beauty College
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|Program Length||1,500 hours|
|Average Completion||13 months|
|Program Length||600 hours|
|Average Completion||5 months|
|Program Length||600 hours|
|Average Completion||7 months|
In the School's Words
The Mission of Jenks Beauty College is to graduate students with entry-level skills required for employment in the beauty, health, and wellness industries that inspires success, creativity and a commitment to serving others. Since 1977, our beauty school has educated cosmetologists, estheticians (facialists), nail technicians (manicurists) and master instructor students, in the art of beauty. These beauty college graduates have enjoyed successful careers as a creative force, entrepreneur, or business owner in the beauty and wellness industry.
Cosmetology: You Can Have a Career in Less Than a Year
Express your creativity and talent in hair, skin and nail care. Our Cosmetology program consists of 1,500 ?clock ?hours of extensive hands-on and classroom learning. Jenks Beauty College? is a "TIGI Creative Partnership School" and? uses the Milady Standard Cosmetology Curriculum? aligned with the Oklahoma State Board requirements for state licensure?. Students are taught through a combination of lectures, demonstrations, and student participation supplemented with visual aids, student exercises, and student demonstrations. Your student TIGI kit has a $1650 value which contains all of the tools and supplies you'll need to be a successful cosmetologist student.
Esthetics: Help People Glow
The rewarding field of esthetics is growing every year due to the public's interest in beautiful and healthy skin. You can help people achieve more youthful and glowing skin by learning esthetics, facials, and skin care best practices. The primary purpose of the Esthetician program is to train students in basic skin manipulative, skin care, preventive and anti-aging techniques, safety judgements, and professional work habits. These skills are necessary to pass the Oklahoma State Board examination for licensure and for competency in entry-level positions as an Esthetician, Skin Care Technician, Facialist or related career opportunities. Students receive a "Dermalogica" student kit that will include all of the supplies and tools necessary to be successful as a student. Students gain knowledge in the classroom and on the salon floor where they perform facials on the general public. In the Esthetics program, students will Learn:
Nail Technician: Imagine, Design, Create Nail Art
Learn the art of manicures and pedicures that can lead to a rewarding and profitable career as a Manicurist or Nail Technician. The primary purpose of this program is to train students in all aspects of nail care, basic manipulative skills, safety judgments, proper work habits and desirable attitudes necessary for entry-level positions as a nail technician or related career. Students learn theory but also work on the salon floor providing manicures and pedicures to the general public. Jenks Beauty College is an "OPI" School in which you'll receive a professional OPI Student Kit containing everything you need to be successful in the Nail Technician program.
Day and Evening schedules are available to make school convenient for you and your family.
Students receive a comprehensive kit, that will supply all the tools you need to succeed. Cosmetology students receive a kit from TIGI. Nail students receive a kit from OPI. Esthetic students receive a kit from Dermalogica.
About This School
There is a $100 application fee. Please contact this school to learn more about how to apply.
72% of students received financial aid. Students were awarded $3,736 on average.
First-time undergraduate students in the 2020 school year.
As of 2020 this school has 145 students enrolled with a student-to-teacher ratio of 14:1.
Information gathered from the Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System (IPEDS), 2022.
This school is accredited by the National Accrediting Commission of Career Arts & Sciences (NACCAS).