|Course||Hours Required to Complete||App. Fee||Registration Fee||Tuition||Books||Kit||State Tax||Total|
|Beauty Instructor Training||600||$25||$100||$3,000||$200||n/a||$138.52||$3,463.52|
Internal Financing Option
A great option for students who are able to pay for their tuition without applying for a Loan. It is an interest-free in-house plan in which IBS carries the tuition over the course of instruction. Students pay a flat $1,025 for the first month of class. Beyond this, students must maintain a monthly fee, of a minimum of $500 for full time students and a minimum of $300 for part time students, while attending classes and the balance of any unpaid amounts shall be due by graduation.
Whether a student is on the internal payment plan or not, students will be required to make their own down payments. These payments can be made by cash, check, or credit card. Please note there is a 2% service charge for credit card payments.
There are some financial resources for ethnic Hawaiians. Alu Like has several scholarship possibilities and OHA has a loan program for up to $19,999.00. Please feel free to contact us should you wish to obtain further information on these resources.
Please feel free to schedule an appointment to discuss financing options.
IBS also participates in federal financial aid programs for eligible students. Most of these programs are based on a student’s financial need as determined by the federal government. Financial Need is the difference between the cost of attendance (COA) at a school and your Expected Family Contribution (EFC), in other words, how much you or your family can be expected to contribute toward your educational expenses. Students seeking financial aid assistance must complete the FAFSA, which is available online at http://www. fafsa.ed.gov/.
IBS currently participates in the Pell Grant and Direct Student Loan programs. Federal Pell Grant is a federal grant for undergraduate students with financial need, and don' have to be repaid. Direct Loan is a federal student loan, made through the William D. Ford Federal Direct Loan Program, for which eligible students and parents borrow directly from the U.S. Department of Education at participating schools. You must repay your student loans. Repayment starts six months after you graduate, you drop below half-time status, or you terminate your training.