Consumer Information

Information on this page is provided for students and the community. This information is provided in compliance with the Higher Education Act of 1965 as amended, the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act, the Student Right to Know Act, the Jeanne Cleary Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act.

Campus student-right-to-know information: campus security, diversity, placement, graduation and retention.

Annual Report(PDF)

Plymouth (PDF)

Woodbury (PDF)

Campus Safety & Security Reports:

Plymouth(PDF)

Woodbury(PDF)

National Center for Education Statistics:

Woodbury

Plymouth

For other important policies please see the Student Handbook or Minnesota School of Cosmetology Catalog.

Grievance Policy

For information on Minnesota School of Cosmetology’s grievance policy, please see the Course Catalog .

PROFESSIONAL LICENSURE

Licensure requirements vary from state to state and are subject to change.  If you are considering enrolling in a program with Minnesota School of Cosmetology (MSC) that leads to professional licensure, we highly recommend that you contact the appropriate state licensing agency in your state or the state where you intend to work to seek the most up-to-date information about state licensure requirements prior to, and during, enrollment. The U.S. Department of Labor has provided this resourceful website:  License Finder.  If you would like assistance in finding your state’s licensure requirements, please contact your program chair or campus staff at MSC.

Professional licensure information for each program can also be found in the Minnesota School of Cosmetology Student Catalog. 

Programs

The Cosmetology program does lead to professional licensure in the state of Minnesota, upon passing the state board examination.  Licensure is required to be a cosmetologist in all states.  Please refer to the Minnesota School of Cosmetology school catalog for further information on licensure eligibility. 

The Esthiology program does lead to professional licensure in the state of Minnesota, upon passing the state board examination.  Licensure is required to be an esthetician in all states with the exception of Connecticut.  Please refer to the Minnesota School of Cosmetology school catalog for further information on licensure eligibility. 

The Instructor program does lead to professional licensure, upon passing the state board examination.  Licensure is required to be a licensed instructor in the state of Minnesota.  Please refer to the Minnesota School of Cosmetology school catalog for further information on entrance requirements and licensure eligibility. 

The Massage Therapy program does lead to professional licensure, upon passing the MBLEx licensing exam offered by the Federation of State Massage Therapy Board (FSMTB).  Licensure is required to practice massage therapy in the state of Wisconsin.  Licensure requirements in Minnesota are determined within cities, counties, and municipalities and students need to research local requirements to ensure compliance.  Please refer to the Minnesota School of Cosmetology school catalog for further information on licensure eligibility.  For state requirements outside of Minnesota or Wisconsin, please visit the state regulations page on the FSMTB website:   https://www.fsmtb.org/consumer-information/regulated-states/

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