Options and Terms Of Payments For Tuition
Currently, Tanya’s Beauty School does not participate in federal financial aid programs. For your convenience, however, the school offers in-house, no-interest loans to help students pay for their tuition and expenses. For example:
Total deposit is due before the class start of any program. If the student wants to move seamlessly through each of their programs, the total deposit due is the combined deposit. If students prefer to pay the deposits as they go through their programs, they have the option to pay prior to the start date of each of their additional programs.
Deposits and payments:
Deposits and monthly payments will be 100% applied to kits and books. Once the costs of books and kits have been paid in full, 70% of payments will go to supplies and lab fee, 30% will be applied to tuition. Once the supplies and lab fee have been paid in full,100% of payments will go to tuition. The school offers a 10% discount for tuition to students who complete their program within the time frame agreed upon in their enrollment contract.
Course extension cost:
Any student who does not finish the course of studies by the contracted graduation date will be charged an hourly rate of $9.00 an hour for the additional time they require, as stated in the Extended Fees contract. The maximum amount of time given to students to complete their course of study may not exceed 150% of the standard length of the course.
Policy for return of books, supplies, or other materials:
Students have the option of purchasing books or materials on their own rather than from the school. Students who obtain required materials from an outside source will have the appropriate deduction in total fees. If students decide to sell or return their books and supplies back to school, the refund will not exceed 50% of the original price.
Fee waiver policy:
Currently, the school does not have a form or policy for fee waiver requests. However, if a student experiences severe economic hardship, immediate family death, or a serious medical situation, a fee waiver may be granted.
Cancellation and refunds, Oregon State Policies
A student may cancel enrollment by giving written notice to the school, not an instructor. Unless the school has discontinued the program of instruction, the student is financially obligated to the school. If cancellation occurs within five business days of the date of enrollment, and before the commencement of classes, all money specific to the enrollment agreement shall be refunded;
If cancellation occurs after five business days of the date of enrollment, and before the commencement of classes, the school may retain only the published registration fee.
A student on an approved leave of absence is required to notify the school in the even that he/she will not be returning. The date of withdrawal shall be date of the student’s last day of attendance.
Official cancellations or withdrawals: the cancellation date will be determined by the postmark on the written notification, or the date said notification is delivered to the school administrator or owner in person.
Withdrawal Procedure: Tuition refunds will be determined as follows (Please note that the following text provides the minimum refund policy pursuant to OAR 581-045-0036; the school may exceed these standards and be more generous to students. If the school is eligible to participate in the federal financial aid programs, the school’s refund policy must also comply with the federal guidelines and be described in the enrollment agreement.): If withdrawal or termination occurs after the commencement of classes and before completion of 50 percent of the contracted instruction program, the student shall be charged according to the published class schedule. The student shall be entitled to a prorated refund of the tuition when the amount paid exceeds the charges owed to the school. In addition to the pro-rated tuition, the school may retain the registration fee, book and supply fees, and other legitimate charges owed by the student;
If withdrawal or termination occurs after completion of 50 percent or more of the program, the student shall be obligated for the tuition charged for the entire program and shall not be entitled to any refund.
Advanced Deposits: Per OAR 581-045-0008, Advanced Deposits, “Prior to the beginning of classes, no private career school shall require from an enrollee an advance deposit in excess of twenty (20) percent of the total tuition and fees. This limitation shall not apply to federal and state financial aid payments received by the school.
Schools that offer short-term programs designed to be completed in one (1) term or four (4) months, whichever is less, can require payment of all tuition and fees on the first day instruction begins.
In case of an illness or disabling accident, death in the immediate family or circumstances beyond the control of the student, the school will make a settlement which is both fair and reasonable.
If the school closes permanently and no longer offers instruction after the student has enrolled and before the course is completed, the student shall be entitled to pro-rata refund of tuition.
If a course is canceled subsequent to a student’s enrollment, the school has the option to either provide a refund or to reschedule the course.