WRIGHT BEAUTY ACADEMY - updated  2017
Consumer Information
In order to make an informed decision about your schooling, the following disclosure and informational pages will answer your questions about our beauty school. A staff member is available during regular business hours to disseminate information about the school, licensing, accreditation, and policies and procedures.

A college Net Price Calculator includes information about the cost of attending a program. Our Net Price Calculator is based on a full time Cosmetology student, and includes both direct costs (tuition, fees & kit paid to the school), and indirect costs (the area average cost to live, eat, transportation, cell phone, etc, NOT paid to the school).

Gainful Employment  displays the direct costs for each program.

Disability Services
Wright Beauty Academy is committed both philosophically and legally to ensuring equal access to all our programs and services. The college complies with state and federal disability nondiscrimination requirements, while pursuing the goal of equal access through proactive institutional planning and barrier removal, as well as by the provision of reasonable and appropriate accommodations to disabled individuals.

Pre-enrollment counseling is held to determine the physical and/or academic limitations of a prospective student. Extra accommodations are available at both the college level and the state licensing level to ensure those with a dream for this industry can successfully complete and become licensed. Students with learning disabilities have the opportunities for additional tutoring by an instructor or student instructor, readers at both school level and state exam level, and additional help through technology. Students with physical limitations that prohibit extended standing are encouraged to rotate standing and sitting services.