We are accredited
We are Accredited By The Accrediting Commission of Career Schools and Colleges.
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Enrollment is open to career minded people who hope to enter the hairstyling field. The basic requirements for enrollment are
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Events & Classes
The school hosts guest artists, classes, workshops, competitions/barber battles, and other special events.
Advanced seminars and workshops are often held at the school by renown hairstyling professionals.
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GRANTS AND LOANS
The Hawaii Institute of Hair Design is an eligible institution under the following programs:
- Pell Grant
- Supplementary Education Opportunity Grant (FSEOG)
- William D. Ford Federal Direct Loan Program
Our year-round training permits a new student to start at any time, however, formal classes commence on the second Wednesday of January, March, May, June, July, September, and November. Due to limited enrollment, prospective students should plan to visit the School and make application far in advance of the time they wish to start.
CALCULATE YOUR COURSE PRICE
Figuring out your situation can help determine and make plans for the estimate for your course.
WHAT TO PREPARE FOR
YOU WILL NEED THE REQUIRED DOCUMENTS BELOW IN ORDER TO ENROLL IN ANY COURSE WITH HAWAII INSTITUTE OF HAIR DESIGN
Consider being a part of an exciting field of endeavor, where your artistic ability and professionalism will bring rewards.
Prices are subject to change without notice. Services are provided by students and supervised by instructors.
Trainees enrolled for the full-time course will be required to attend a minimum of (7) seven hours per day
Hawaii Institute of Hair Design is committed to equal educational opportunities for qualified students with disabilities in compliance with Section 504 of the Federal Rehabilitation Act of 1973 and the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) of 1990. Reasonable accommodations can be made for students with disabilities. Requests for accommodations need appropriate advance notice by the student to avoid a delay in services. Accommodations commonly made are allocating time with the teachers for extra help understanding the theory and homework assignments, unlimited retesting, guidance and assistance when performing practical services in the classroom and practical clinic, daily attendance schedule variations throughout the upper levels to give students the opportunity to make up any missed time and complete all tests required for graduation, and a Leave of Absence allowed for treatment of a serious medical condition. Student situations vary widely and that the way for us to serve our students best is to treat each student with confidentiality and each situation on a case by case basis. Please discuss approved accommodation with faculty after receiving approval from the Office Administrator or Registrar.