Recent Alumnus 2012-06-19T20:33:54Z
The International School of Skin, Nails,And Massage Is a Full Fuctioning Spa on Friday and Saturday. The campus is undergoing a major renovation. They are trying to expand the school's size to accommodate the students more efficiently. It is a little dysfunctional and messy. I total understand because renovations are messy. The school functions as busy on Fridays and Saturdays, which is very neat. This also allows it student to practice and utilize their skills.
Recent Alumnus 2012-06-19T20:08:27Z
The School Is Somewhat Flexible. The school is somewhat flexible. When you enroll in classes you choose either day or night, which is great if work during the day. If you or a child get sick, you can make up some classes. If you miss a class that you are unable to make up; it may result in a delay in graduating. You may have wait until the next session to start. They start every month.
Recent Alumnus 2012-06-19T19:43:26Z
We Have Computer Access, but We Use Computers That Much – The school is a vocational school for skin, nails, and massage; there is not a high concentration on computer technology. We only use the computers for research and demonstration. We watch a lot of demonstrations on different techniques and procedures. We also research skin disorders and product lines.
Recent Alumnus 2011-05-24T19:31:23Z
While I was there for the tour I was introduced to the career center representatives and they seemed very friendly. I also got a chance to look at the job postings that they had on their board and it had at least 10 job opportunities that were up to date.
Recent Alumnus 2011-05-24T19:28:03Z
Academic Experience – I have not started to go to this school yet, but during my tour I was introduced to the different program teachers. I was greeted with a warm smile and a welcoming hand shake. They seemed to be very nice and were interacting with their students very well.
Recent Alumnus 2011-05-24T19:25:23Z
Tuition & Financial Aid:
My financial aid was a little difficult but this was not the fault of the school. I had some issues with the release of my financial aid but the representative at my school was extremely helpful. She gave me the information that I needed to get from my lenders and told me exactly what questions I needed to ask them. It was very helpful because this was the first time I was not eligible for financial aid and I wasn't sure what I needed to do. I was able to get everything situated with my financial aid and will be attending their next scheduled class at the end of June.
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