Admission Policy

Admission Requirements

Enrollees are admitted as regular students once one of the following criteria has been met.
graduation1A) Applicant must provide a copy of his/her High School Diploma, GED or its equivalent, and pass an admissions test, SLE test (Scholastic Level Exam) Form IV. Asel Beauty College will verify the authenticity of the diploma prior to enrolment. If the diploma cannot be verified, the student may be asked to provide a final high school transcript showing the dates of entrance and graduation and courses completed. If transcript is not available, the student will be required to meet the Ability-to-Benefit (ATB) requirements or take and pass GED test prior to enrollment.
B) Students lacking the High School Diploma or its equivalent, must be at least 18 years old (Compulsory school attendance in California), must have completed the 10th grade education level or its equivalent as required by the Board of Barbering & Cosmetology and pass an Ability-to-Benefit (ATB) exam prior to admission. Students admitted under this criteria, will be required to pass one of the Ability-to-Benefit tests approved by the US Department of Education administered by an independent proctor. Students subject to these criteria are referred to as students admitted under the Ability-to-Benefit criteria guidelines. Currently, our school is using the CELSA Ability-to-Benefit. The school’s admissions personnel will provide applicants with additional information as to how to arrange for the Ability-to-Benefit test. All Ability-to-Benefit students must take and pass the test prior to admissions. If you do not pass the exam, re-testing is available after one week waiting period and the independent proctor will explain and provide you with the re-testing procedures.
C) Student must show English language proficiency. A passing score on either the SLE admissions test or the CELSA Ability-to-Benefit test will be acceptable in showing English language proficiency.

High School Program Completion

It is possible to complete a certificate program without earning a high school diploma. Many individuals, however, may want to obtain a high school diploma or its equivalent for personal employment reasons.
The following educational agencies may be contacted regarding obtaining the high school diploma, GED test and/or certificate of proficiency:
California State University Fullerton (714) 278-2487
Coastline Community College (714) 241-6184
Garden Grove Unified School District (Chapman Adult Education Center) (714) 663-6520
Huntington Beach Adult/Alternative School (714) 842-4779
Santa Ana Centennial Education Center (714) 241-5720

Transferability of Credits Earned

Students previously enrolled in an accredited school of Cosmetology may submit their academic records to Asel Beauty College for review and possible transfer of credit.
The College will either:
1) Accept the transfer credit based upon a review of the official transcript from an accredited institution provided those courses are part of the College’s approved curriculum for that program of study, or
2) Administer a comprehensive exam for each course that measures and affirms the student’s previous education. A score of 75% or better is required for each such exam in order to receive credit for that particular course. It may be necessary to administer a series of examinations both in theory and hands-on in order to validate the granting of credit for previous education. If a satisfactory result is achieved, the student’s training period may be reduced proportionately. Students who are granted such credit may have their tuition reduced proportionately.
All out of state applicants must furnish the FORM C of credit hours from the California Board of Barbering/Cosmetology and it must be notarized from the previous school you attended.
The transfer hours from another institution that are accepted toward the student’s educational program are counted as both attempted and completed hours for the purpose of determining when the allowable maximum time frame has been exhausted. SAP evaluation periods are based on actual contract hours at the institution.
The college does not award credit for prior experiential learning.


The transferability of credits you earn at Asel Beauty College is at the complete discretion of an institution to which you may seek to transfer. Acceptance of the diploma you earn in the educational program is also at the complete discretion of the institution to which you may seek to transfer. If the diploma that you earn at this institution is not accepted at the institution to which you seek to transfer, you may be required to repeat some or all of your coursework at that institution. For this reason you should make certain that your attendance at this institution will meet your educational goals. This may include contacting an institution to which you may seek to transfer after attending Asel Beauty College to determine if your credit or diploma/certificate will transfer.

The college has not entered into an articulation or transfer agreement with any other college or university.

English as a Second Language

The College does not provide instruction for English as a Second Language, and neither does it provide services for obtaining visa. The College reserves the right to refuse admission to any applicant who does not meet the College’s established criteria for admission.
All instructions are provided in English. A student must prove his/her level of proficiency in either language. Acceptable minimum documentation of proficiency for English is a High School diploma, GED, passage of the California high school proficiency exam or passage of the ATB test.
The College provides Catalog, School Performance Fact Sheet and Enrollment Agreement in English and Korean.

Students Admitted to Other Schools

The College does not recruit students who are admitted or attending other schools offering similar program of study.

Orientation Class

Orientation classes for all students are held on every Saturday from 10am to 12pm. Students are not allowed to clock in during orientation. All new, re-enrolling or transferring students must attend orientation prior to the start of all new classes.

Freshmen Class Enrollment

The freshman curriculum for each of the courses requires a specific number of hours of classroom lectures, demonstrations, and student practice. (See Academic Programs starting on page 35) The freshman class teaches you from the very beginning and introduces the basics for those areas that you will need to know to pass licensing examinations. From this initial introduction, you will learn all fundamentals that are the basics for your future and career. The hours spent in the freshman class are as follows: Cosmetology 200 hrs. Esthetician: 80 hrs. Manicurist: 50 hrs. Asel Beauty College considers the freshman classes to be the foundation for your future.

Textbooks and Supplies

Textbooks will be issued at the beginning of the freshman class. All needed supplies and equipment will be maintained in the freshman classroom. At the beginning of the freshman training, each student will be issued a complete set of supplies with a carrying case. The kit contains the tools and supplies necessary for satisfactory completion of the course. Students are expected to maintain the kit by replacing lost or broken articles. The college is not responsible for a student’s kit, either lost or stolen. Students must learn to be responsible for the tools of their trade.

Tuition Policy

Tuition Charges

Tuition is disclosed and agreed upon at the time of enrollment. All terms and obligations are reflected in the enrollment agreement. The entire tuition and fees are due on the first day of instruction only if the course is designed to be completed in four months. For the courses longer than four months, partial tuition is due on the first day of each payment period.

If the student is eligible for a loan guaranteed by the federal or state government and the student defaults on the loan, both of the following may occur: (1) The federal or state government or a loan guarantee agency may take action against the student, including applying any income tax refund to which the person is entitled to reduce the balance owed on the loan. (2) The student may not be eligible for any other federal student financial aid at another institution or other government assistance until the loan is repaid.

Collection of Tuition

Students are expected to contribute from their own family resources toward the student’s cost of attendance. At the student’s option, the college may accept payment in full for tuition and fees after the student has been accepted and enrolled and the date of the first class session is disclosed on the enrollment agreement for Manicuring course.

For students enrolled in Cosmetology, Esthetician, and courses, the college charges tuition proportionately according to the payment periods, which shall not exceed more than one term or four months of advance payment of tuition at a time.

It is the policy of this institution to request from the student whenever possible, to contribute toward their school charges by making monthly or weekly installments in accordance to their means. The entire educational expenses need to be included in planning the student’s ability to meet those expenses. All school charges must be paid in full before graduation.

The Method of Payments

The school accepts cash, debit/credit card, money order, check, TRA and Rehab as payment of monies owed to the school.

Extra Instruction Charges

Students are expected to complete their training within the maximum time allowed as specified in Enrollment Agreement. If a student exceeds the three (3) weeks beyond the expected completion date, an extra instruction charge will be assessed for the additional time necessary to complete the required hours based on the student’s scheduled hours of attendance (not the actual hours attended). An addendum to the enrollment contract will reflect the hours to complete and rate per hour as follows: Cosmetology: $4.50 / Hour, Esthetician: $5.00 / Hour, Manicurist: $5.00 / Hour


Students requiring preparation for the licensing exam will be billed at the course hourly rates, depending on which license they are applying for and a registration fee of $75.00. Students must furnish their own equipment.
The College reserves the right to change the tuition and fees and make subsequent changes without prior notice when necessary. Any change in tuition and fees will not affect students who enrolled before the change.

Right to withhold Transcripts and Grades for Non Payment of Tuition
An institution may withhold a student’s transcript or grades if the student is in default on a student tuition contract. If the course of study consists of only one course, the institution may withhold the grades or the transcript until the tuition or loan obligation is paid in full. CEC. Section 94828 per BPPVE Reform Act January 1, 1998.
ASEL BEAUTY COLLEGE does not use collection correspondence such as banks, collection agencies, lawyers or any other third parties representing the college.
The college does not sell or discount promissory notes or contracts to third parties.


The College does not award any institutional scholarships or incentives.

Pre-Application for Licensing Exam

Students will be allowed to pre-apply for the licensing exam provided they have paid their account in full at the appropriate pre-application clock hours and provided they have maintained a 90% attendance ratio throughout their program of study and have not received any suspensions. Out of state and transfer students will not be allowed to pre-apply.

School Closure: If the school closes subsequent to a student’s enrollment and before instruction in the course has begun, the school shall at its option:
1. Provide a pro-rata refund of all money paid; or
2. Provide for the prompt completion of the course at schools in the neighborhood with no additional charge.
3. The college will notify students individually of the availability of these arrangements or teach-out plans and advertise them as such.
4. Submit the list of all students who were enrolled at the time of closure including the amount of each pro-rata refund to NACCAS and dispose school records in accordance with state laws.

Withdrawal and Refund Policy

Asel Beauty College’s withdrawal and refund policy applies to all terminations for any reason, by either party, including student decision, course or program cancellation, or school closure. The college’s withdrawal and refund policy complies with all federal and state regulatory agencies such as UDSE, BPPE etc.

Student’s Right to Cancel

The student or legal guardian has the right to cancel the enrollment agreement and obtain a refund of charges paid except a $75.00 non-refundable registration fee through attendance at the first class session (first day of classes), or the seventh day after enrollment (seven days from date when enrollment agreement was signed), whichever is later.

The notice of cancellation shall be in writing and submitted directly to the Registrar Office. A withdrawal may be initiated by the student’s written notice or by the institution due to student’s academics or conduct, including, but not necessarily limited to, a student’s lack of attendance. The cancellation date will be determined by the postmark on written notification, or the date said information is delivered in person.

Determination of Withdrawal from School

The withdrawal date shall be the last date of recorded attendance. The student would be determined to have withdrawn from school on the earliest of:

  • The date you notify the Registrar office of your intent to withdraw. Only the Registrar office would be authorized to accept a notification of your intent to withdraw.
  • The date the school terminates your enrollment due to academic failure or for violation of its rules and policies stated in the catalog.
  • The date you fail to attend classes for a two-week period (14 days) and fail to inform the school that you are not withdrawing. (Unofficial withdrawal) The college monitors attendance at least once in every fourteen (14) days.
  • The date you failed to return as scheduled from an approved leave of absence. The withdrawal date shall be the last date of recorded attendance. The date of the determination of withdrawal will be the scheduled date of return from LOA. If a student on an approved LOA notifies the college that he or she will not be returning, the date of withdrawal determination is the earlier of the scheduled date of return from LOA or the date the student notifies the college that the student will not return.
Refund Policy

After the cancellation period, the institution provides a pro rata refund of ALL funds paid for tuition charges to students who have completed 60 percent or less of the period of attendance. Once more then 60 percent of the enrollment period in the entire course has incurred (including absences), there will be no refund to the student.

A registration fee of $ 75.00 and STRF fee is non-refundable item. Equipment, books, supplies, tools, uniforms, kits and any other items issued and received by the student would not be returnable. Once received by the student it will belong to the student and will represent a liability to the student.

If you cancel the agreement within cancellation period, the school will refund any money that you paid, less any deduction for registration fee and equipment received. If you withdraw from school after the cancellation period, the refund policy described above will apply. The college will perform refund calculation within 6 weeks of official withdrawal. If the amount that you have paid is more than the amount that you owe for the time you attended, then a refund will be made within 45 days of the official withdrawal determination date. If the amount that you owe is more than the amount that you have already paid, then you will have to arrange with the institution to pay that balance. Official withdrawal date is on the student’s notification or school’s determination.

Rejected Enrollment: All funds paid except a non-refundable registration fee will be returned if the student is rejected for enrollment

Course Cancellation: If a course is canceled subsequent to a student’s enrollment and before instruction in the course has begun, the school shall at its option: 1. Provide a full refund of all money paid; or 2. Provide for completion of the course at schools in the neighborhood.

Hypothetical Refund Example

The following table outlines the refund due based on percentage of training completed, using scheduled hours (including absences), assuming you paid following (registration, STRF fees and used kit, books are non-refundable):

Total Tuition $5,192.50
Less Registration fee $75.00 (Non-Refundable)
Less Kit/books $395.00 (if used)
Less STRF fee $2.50 (Non-Refundable)
Tuition Cost $4,720.00
Hours in Course 1600 Hours
Hourly charge $ 2.95/ Hour
Tuition Paid $4,720.00
Hours attended 600 Hours
Tuition owed $1,770.00
Refund due $2,950.00
Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP) Policy

Asel Beauty College expects all of its students to maintain Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP) as established by this institution. Any prospective student should read and consider the SAP policy before enrollment. The college’s SAP policy is applied consistently to all students enrolled in a specific program and scheduled for a particular category of attendance (part-time/full-time).
The student must:

1. Maintain a cumulative academic average of “C” (70%) or better on all tests, work projects (operations) and other required course work.
2. Maintain a cumulative average attendance level of at least two-thirds (2/3) (67%) of the scheduled hours indicated on their enrollment contract. For example, a student scheduled to complete 30 hours per week would have to maintain an average weekly attendance of at least 20 hours per week (2/3 x 30 = 20).
Regardless of the average level of attendance, students who have more than two consecutive weeks of absences (14 calendar days) will be dismissed. This standard shall apply to all students except those on an approved Leave-of-Absence (see LOA policy). Students who expect to be absent 14 or more days up to 180 days are encouraged to request a Leave-of-Absence. In addition to attendance standards relating to Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP), students are also required to adhere to certain other general institutional policies relating to attendance and tardiness. These policies are outlined in the “School Policies” section of this catalog on pages 17-19.
3. Complete the course within one and one-half times (150%) the length of the course as defined in the catalog. For example, a student who enrolls in a 400 hour/ 20 week long Manicurist program must complete within 30 weeks. For the purpose of determining the maximum time frame, transfer hours from another institution that are accepted toward the student’s educational program are counted both as attempted and completed hours.
4. Students must meet minimum academic and attendance requirements for each evaluation period of the course to be considered as making satisfactory academic progress until the next scheduled evaluation.

Evaluation Periods

SAP evaluation periods are based on actual contracted hours at this school.
Students’ compliance with the Satisfactory Academic Progress is assessed as follows (all hours are scheduled hours completed and based on actual contracted hours at the college):
Cosmetology: When a student is scheduled to complete 400, 800, 1200 and 1440 hours
Esthetician: When a student is scheduled to complete 300 and 540 hours
Manicurist: When a student is scheduled to complete 200 and 360 hours

Grading System

Students are evaluated on a regular basis on theory, practical and clinical work. The evaluations are measured on a standard percentile basis and the percentage equated to a letter grade. All copies of evaluation forms are issued to students upon completion of each increment of the course hours as explained above for students’ review. This evaluation form reflects the overall Attendance and Academic progress of the student. Students must maintain a minimum of “C” (70%) cumulative grade average or practical evaluation to maintain satisfactory academic progress status. The system detailed below is the system utilized in the school.

Academic Grading Point Grades for Practical Work 
100% – 90% A…..Excellent  (GPA 4)   4 POINTS = A
 89% – 80% B…..Above Average   (GPA 3)   3 POINTS = B
 79% – 70%  C…..Average   (GPA 2) 2 POINTS = C
 69% – 60%  D…..Unsatisfactory   (GPA 1)   1 POINTS = D
 59% – 00 % F……Fail   (GPA 0)   0 POINTS = F
Attendance Status

Full time: Any student scheduled to attend 24 hours or more per week are considered to be full-time students. Half time enrollment requires a minimum of 12 hours per week. Part-time enrollment is defined as more than 12 but less than 24 hours per week. Less than 12 hours per week is less than half time.

Academic Probation

Students who meet the minimum requirements for attendance and academic performance are considered to be making satisfactory academic progress until the next scheduled evaluation. Students who fail to meet SAP standards during a given evaluation period will be placed on satisfactory academic progress probation for one additional evaluation period, if the student appeals the negative progress determination, and if the college determines that SAP can be met by the end of the subsequent evaluation period or the college develops an academic plan for the student, if followed, will ensure that the student is able to meet the college’s SAP requirement by a specific point within the maximum timeframe established for the individual student.
For the students under SAP probation, satisfactory academic progress will be reinstated only after the student has re-established SAP in accordance with the attendance and grading standards indicated in STANDARDS 1, 2, 3 & 4 of SAP standards as described on page 15 of the school catalog. Probationary students who meet SAP by the conclusion of the probationary period will be removed from academic probation and will be considered making SAP.
Probationary students who fail to meet SAP by the conclusion of the probationary period will be deemed not to be making satisfactory academic progress, and may be terminated at the discretion of the institution. In the event a student is terminated due to not making Satisfactory Academic Progress, all policies regarding the institution’s refund policy will apply.

Appeal Procedures

Students who wish to appeal the decision that they are not making Satisfactory Academic Progress must submit a written request to the institution’s administrator. The letter should be received within ten (10) days of college’s determination and must describe any circumstances related to the student’s academic standing, which the student believes to deserve special consideration, such as but not limited to, an injury or illness of the student, death in the family. The student can attach documentation regarding why the student failed to make SAP and what has changed in the student’s situation that will allow the achievement of SAP at the next evaluation period, such as but not limited to doctor’s note, death certificate etc. The administrator shall evaluate the appeal within a reasonable time frame (5-10 days) and notify the student in writing of the administrator’s decision. Should the student’s appeal be denied, he or she may appear before a school committee to present his or her case. The committee shall provide written notice to the student of its decision within a reasonable time frame (5-10 days). The decision of the committee shall be final. All the results of the appeal procedures will be documented in the student’s file. All the copies of student’s request and college’s decisions will be kept in the student’s file.

Transfer Hours

Transfer hours from another institution that are accepted toward the student’s educational program are counted as both attempted and completed hours for the purpose of determining when the allowable maximum time-frame has been exhausted.

Re-entering Students

Students, who are re-entering after a period of withdrawal, re-enter in the same academic progress status as when they left.

Leave of Absence

Occasionally, students may experience extended personal, medical or other problems which make it difficult to attend class. The institution may allow a student under such circumstances to take a Leave of Absence (LOA) from the program for up to 180 days in a 12 month period. The LOA must be requested in writing by the student and must be approved by the school officer. The LOA request form must be filled out and the date of leave and return must be stated on the form prior to the officer’s approval of the LOA. Do not request a Leave of Absence unless you absolutely need one. Students on LOA’s will not be assessed any additional charges of tuition. Students returning from an authorized LOA will retain all credit for clock hours and work projects completed and will be returned to the academic progress status they held prior to the start of the leave of absence. In addition, students returning from a LOA will have his/her maximum time frame to complete the course and the period covered by the enrollment agreement (contract) extended by the same number of days taken in the leave of absence. Contract addendum will be prepared to reflect the changes, which should be initialed and signed by both the student and a school officer. Students who fail to return from a LOA will be considered withdrawn as of the last class day of attendance prior to the start of the leave and the official determination date will be the expected return date of the leave of absence. The refund calculation will be performed and all refunds due will be issued to the student or appropriate agencies and paid within 45 days of the official determination date.

Course Incompleteness

Course incompleteness, repetitions and non-credit remedial course are not applicable to this institution’s form of instruction. Thus course incompletes, repetition and non-credit remedial courses have no effect upon the college’s SAP standards.

School Rules and Regulations
Diplomas and Certificates

Upon satisfactory completion of the required course hours, and the student has maintained a satisfactory grade on all subjects covered, a diploma will be given to the student. Also a proof of Training Record will be issued. This record will then become part of the application for examination for your State of California License.

Neither Diploma nor Certificate of Completion will be issued unless all monies have been paid in full.

Attendance, Tardy and Make-up Policies
” Attendance must be maintained at an average of 67 percent of the scheduled attendance if the student is expected to complete the course of study within the 1.5 times of the period of time stated in the enrollment agreement.
” An absence may be excused by calling-in the same day prior to the beginning of class.
” Frequent tardiness and/or absences are cause for disciplinary action such as probation or dismissal.
” All lesson assignments which were missed during any period of absence must be made up. Make-up work will not be permitted during class hours. A record of make-up work is maintained for each student who is required to perform this type of work.
” Students with fourteen (14) consecutive days of absences, in any program of study, will be withdrawn by the College.

Student Clock Hour Policy

The Board of Barbering and Cosmetology will only recognize time-clock punched hours of attendance, as a result of this requirement this school can only give clock hour credit to students who record their attendance by using the time clock to punch in and out at the start and end of their class day and lunch period. You will be given up to seven (7) minutes to clock in and receive credit for the quarter (1/4) hour. This seven minute period applies to starting of the class day. A thirty (30) minute lunch break shall be taken when a student attends a 6 hour class day or more. If you are attending less than a 6 hour class day and desire to take a lunch break (30 minutes), then the half hour must be deducted from your daily total and you must clock in/out on your time card for the lunch break. Once theory classes have been started no one will be allowed to enter the theory classroom. At the completion of the day, your time card is prepared from the current weekly time card. The daily hours and operations earned are added to the totals in the prior column and final totals transferred to the cumulative column. These cumulative figures are then entered in the prior column on the weekly time card. The time card must be signed by the student and the instructor daily. Instructors may not sign a student in or out and if a student does not clock in our out at lunch, 30 minutes for lunch will be deducted.

Time cards reflect the student’s daily record of hours and operations. It is important that all of your hours and operations are recorded properly and accurately. The attendance personnel must be able to read your time card so that the hours and operations are transferred correctly to the roster. The time cards are the property of the school and must remain in the school at all times. Time cards must be maintained in their entirety for 6 years by the school. After clocking in you are required to maintain applied effort, personnel grooming, leaving the building, reading material not related to your training or activity not related to your training is not tolerated. If this occurs you will be ask to stop such activity or to punch out for the remainder of the day. Continued activities of this nature could result in your termination.

Time Card Credit

The following is a guideline for the instructor to issue credits.
1. Each Theory must be initialed in the proper category. If that category is complete, the instructor may issue credit in a comparative category.
2. The portion of the time card reflecting hours are in the Theory hours earned and any classes the instructor has demonstrated.
3. The portion of the time card concerning operations is to be applied efforts of the students as they manually perform practical subject.
4. Some practical operations may take longer to perform according to the student. Note the following time frame the Program gives for each operation: Shampoo/set = 1 1/2 hours, Scalp Treatment = 1/2 to 1 hour, Permanent
Wave = 2 to 2 1/2 hours, Facial = 1 1/2 to 2 hours, Manicure = 1/2 hour, Hair cut = 1/2 to 1 hour. Using the above, the Board would understandably not consider a student capable of performing more than 3 permanent waves per day.

Student Conduct

As adults, it is expected that students will conduct themselves in a mature and professional manner, giving the proper respect and courtesy to his/her classmates, the clients, and the staff of the school. Disruptions of class will not be tolerated at any time. Any such conduct will result in termination from the training program in which he/she is enrolled. A student dismissed for misconduct will be permitted to re-enroll and resume training only at the discretion of the school.

Other Rules and Regulations

The school reserves the right to modify these rules and regulations at any time. All students must comply with the school rules and regulations as a condition of enrollment.

1. Personal Calls – Pay phones are available in front of the College and other locations throughout the shopping center as a convenience to students. Students are not allowed to use the College telephones for personal use. If a student receives a call at Asel Beauty College, a message will be given to the instructor. If the call is an emergency, every effort will be made to find the student and relay the message.
2. Cell phones and pagers are not permitted to be used in the school by students.
3. Breaks – Students are allowed one break every four hours during the school day. Students taking a lunch break must clock out and back in, in accordance with State and school regulations. For this reason students are not allowed to leave the building or go to the break/lunch room, in their lunch break, unless they are clocked out on their time cards.
4. Personal conversations should he kept to a minimum. Personal visitors should wait outside the school.
5. The use of or being under the influence of any intoxicants, drugs, or narcotics is strictly forbidden and is cause for student dismissal. All such substances are not permitted on the premises.
6. Smoking – Asel Beauty College maintains a smoke-free environment. Smoking areas are designated outside the school premises. No smoking is permitted in front of any doorway or in any other area around the College, except in those specific areas so designated.
7. Food and Drinks – No food or drinks are allowed in any classroom, unless so designated.
8. You will have an assigned locker for personal possessions. Asel Beauty College is not responsible for any personal items or possessions left in the school.
9. Just as would normally be the case in most salons, every student will be assigned specific daily clean-up duties.
10. Time cards are a matter of strict State regulations and must he accurate. Students are to record on their time card, in the area provided, the activities of their classes, assignments, operations performed, etc. All entries and computations are to be made, in pencil, by the student on his or her own individual card.
11. Students clocking time cards, other than their own, or falsifying time cards are subject to immediate expulsion. Students who leave the building while clocked in are subject to immediate suspension, up to and including expulsion.
12. To thoroughly prepare you for your professional future, we ask that all duties and assignments given to the student by an instructor must he complied with. Should a student refuse any duty or assignment, he/she will be clocked out immediately for at least the balance of the day. If a student is not physically able to perform assignments, he/ she will not be allowed to attend school.
13. Students are not allowed to sell any type of merchandise to anyone on school premises.
14. A student may be suspended or terminated for unsatisfactory progress, misconduct, disrupting classes, or for infraction of the rules. In the event of a problem, a personal conference is held with the student so that there can be an opportunity for discussion and resolution of the problem.
15. Physical altercations, aggressive arguments, threats theft or intentional abuse of another person is grounds for immediate expulsion.
16. Please notify the school registrar immediately in writing of any changes of address or phone number.
17. Tuition payments or processing fees are to be made the first day of attendance of every week unless other arrangements have been made on the date of enrollment. The school is not permitted to have a student attend who is delinquent in tuition or processing fees. Students should get validated receipts for all monies paid to the school for tuitions. The student should verify they received proper credit against their month student status reports.
18. Any student discontinuing, transferring or completing training is requested to check with the school registrar so that appropriate records may be prepared.
19. Theft or Damage to Equipment – Students are required to maintain cleanliness and orderliness in the classrooms. Students who misappropriate or misuse any equipment or instructional devices may be subject to dismissal and may be billed for damaged or stolen equipment. Equipment mishaps must be reported immediately to the respective department.

Grounds for Disciplinary Action
1. Unsatisfactory academic performance,
2. Unsatisfactory attendance,
3. Frequent tardiness or leaving early,
4. Unprofessional behavior such as academic dishonesty and/or conduct that disrupts the learning process in the classroom or reflects unfavorably upon the school and/or its students. Consult your administration department for additional information.

Disciplinary Procedure and Dismissal

All disciplinary matters will come before the Administration, which will review the written complaint, interview the parties involved, and make a determination of the action to be taken. This may result in the dismissal of the charge, probation, suspension for a particular length of time, dismissal of the student, or other appropriate action. Termination may also be the result of a student violating the following policies: a) satisfactory academic progress, b) attendance, and/or c) the student conduct and regulations policy.


All students who withdraw may re-enter into the program without the loss of credit hours provided it is within six (6) years from the date of their withdrawal. All records of the student are stored for six (6) years only and it is the responsibility of the student to maintain all documents received from the institution beyond the six year period. The institution reserves the right to evaluate the previous enrollment and to verify that the student was in good standing with the college before the student is accepted for re-enrollment. If accepted by the college the student will re-enter in the same progress status as she/he left.

Student Services

Job Placement
Job placement assistance is provided to graduates and students at no additional charge. Upon graduation, student’s name is recorded in student registrar and the process of follow-up begins. When students take the licensing examination, it is recorded as a pass or fail. Students are encouraged to return for placement assistance by reviewing the listings of salons seeking employees and the requirements, salary, and other pertinent information. Students are sent on interviews and the results of these interviews are recorded in the student register. The school may show prospective students this register upon request. The college assists students in placements as often as needed; however, the college does not guarantee employment to any student.

Student Records
The college maintains a file for each student who enrolls in the college for a period of 6 years from the student’s date of completion or withdrawal. These student files are kept in locked fireproof cabinets in a file room inside the school administrative office. Only authorized personnel have access to the file room. Student data are also entered into RGM school management system on a daily basis to back up students’ information in electronic format.
Student’s file consists of admission records, academic records, and financial records as one file. Each student’s file shall contain all of the following pertinent student records:

  1. Written records and transcripts of any formal education or training, testing that are relevant to the student’s qualification for admission to the college or the college’s award of credit or acceptance of transfer credits such as: (A) Verification of high school completion or equivalency (GED, Home School) or successful completion of ability-to-benefit test; (B) Records documenting units of credits earned at other institutions that have been accepted and applied by the college as transfer credits;
  2. Personal information regarding a student’s age, gender and ethnicity if that information has been voluntarily supplied by the student;
  3. Copies of all documents signed by the student, including contracts and instruments of indebtedness;
  4. Records of the dates of enrollment and, if applicable, withdrawal from the college, leaves of absence and graduation;
  5. A transcript showing all of the following: (A) The courses that were completed, or were attempted but not completed and dates of completion or withdrawal; (B) Credit for courses earned at other institutions; (C) The name, address, website address and telephone number of the institution.
  6. A document showing the total amount of money received from or on behalf of the student and the date or dates on which the money was received;
  7. A copy of documents relating to student financial aid that are required to be maintained by law or by guarantee agency;
  8. A document specifying the amount of a refund, including the amount refunded for tuition and the amount for other itemized charges, the method of calculating the refund, the date the refund was made, and the name and address of the person or entity the refund was sent;
  9. Copies of any official advisory notices or warnings regarding the student’s progress;
  10. Complaints received from the student.

All students and parents or guardians of dependent minors have the right to inspect information contained in their records. The college observes the “Right to Privacy Act” and will not release any information of any student without the student’s written consent. Government agencies and accrediting agencies, including BPPE, BBC and NACCAS may inspect, review and copy the student’s records without the student consent.

Referral Services

Students are referred to community professionals for personal, non-academic counseling.


The College does not have dormitory facilities under its control. There are apartments or rooms available within 10 mail radius from the college. The cost of renting a room near the college starts from approximately $500.00 a month. ASEL BEAUTY COLLEGE does not find or assist a student in finding housing.

Career Counseling and Personal Attention

Students are counseled individually, as often as necessary at least every six weeks to review the student’s progress and adjustment. Successful Salon Owners and Stylists are scheduled into the school regularly to give demonstration and discuss career goals, etc. with the students. This activity supplements the daily counseling carried out by the instructors and supervisor. Students may request additional counseling sessions at any time. Students are given personal attention assistance at every stage of training from the first day of enrollment to the day of graduation. At predetermined intervals, measuring instruments are utilized to evaluate the rate and quality of the student and remedial assignments are made when required. Particular attention is given to preparation for the Board of Barbering & Cosmetology Examination.

Voter Registration

You may register to vote by completing the online voter registration form at and then mailing it to the pre-printed address on the form. You may also register to vote whenever you apply for or renew your driver’s licenses or state-issued ID card. For more information, please visit the California Secretary of State website at:

Grievance Policy/Student Complaint Procedure

Asel Beauty College is dedicated to providing quality education to all its students. If a conflict should arise for any reason, the college’s complaint policy is as follows:
1. Fill out the grievance form and list all grievances.
2. Deliver all forms to the Instructor in charge.
3. If you are unable to deliver the form to the Instructor you may deliver it to the Owner/President: HYE JIN LEE at 9240 Garden Grove Blvd #10, Garden Grove, CA 92844 All grievances regardless of the nature will be turned over to the Owner and reviewed.
4. The President will evaluate the grievance and set an appointment with the person within 5 days from the receipt of the grievance form. If the grievance is an emergency, it will be addressed within 24 hours.
5. Any student who, after having exercised the student complaint procedures and having made every attempt possible to find a resolution to the issue, yet remains unsatisfied, has the right to forward the complaint to one of the following agencies as applicable:

2535 Capital Oaks Drive, Suite 400 Sacramento, CA 95833
Mailing Address: P.O. Box 980818 West Sacramento, CA 95798
Tel (916)431-6959 Toll Free (888)370-7589, Fax (916)263-1897
Web site: E-mail:

Board of Barbering and Cosmetology
400 R Street, Suite 4080
Sacramento, CA 94244
Tel (916) 323-9020