REQUIREMENTS TO BECOME A BARBER IN MICHIGAN:
Metro Detroit Barber College requires that a student have a high school diploma or equivalent (GED). Michigan law requires one to have completed or have an equivalent education as determined by the department, but not less than 17 years of age (proof of age must be provided), be of good moral character, demonstrate satisfactory completion of not less than a 1800 hour course of study at a licensed barber college, and pass an examination approved by the board and the department. AFTER THE ABOVE REQUIREMENTS HAVE BEEN MET A FEE IS REQUIRED TO THE STATE OF MICHIGAN.
GRIEVANCE/COMPLAINTS POLICYGeneral_Docs/Student Complaint Form .pdf
Any student having a complaint (i.e. regarding the instruction or the general operation of the college) should express their concerns to the college management. Grievance procedures are provided for students who believe that they have been unlawfully discriminated against, unfairly treated, or harassed in any way. Academic grievances relates to a complaint about a course, program of study, or grade.
Students are expected to address any disagreements or conflict directly with the individual involved in person with a written document outlining the complaint and communication. After this, if there is no satisfactory resolution, the student may set an appointment to see the school director. All communications regarding the complaint must be in writing and all meetings and communications will be documented in the student files. The grievance policy is as follows:
After graduation, students are eligible to take the State Barber Board Examination. Scheduling for the exam takes place approximately four weeks prior to the exam. An application accompanied by a money order for $80.00 is submitted to the State of Michigan who administers the exam. (If a student has been convicted of a felony, the State of Michigan may or may not allow the student to take the State of Michigan Barber Board exam.)
PRIVACY AND ACCESS TO INFORMATION:
Student records are only readily available to agencies covered under Family Education Rights and Policy Act (FERPA). Examples of these agencies are the Department of Education, Michigan State Barber Board and NACCAS, and said representatives of programs regulated by these offices. Student information to all other parties is not given without the written consent of the students. Metro Detroit Barber College does not publish a directory of or for its students. Metro Detroit Barber College will retain records and accounts of students for seven years following course completion.
GENERAL PHYSICAL EQUIPMENT:
There are 20 complete Barber/Styling Stations, which consists of counter, cabinet, mirror, sanitizer, and a barber chair. There are brooms and dustpans at every other station. There are 4 hair dryers for students to use. The waiting area offers 18 theater seats for the customers.
ADDITIONAL FACILITY INFORMATION EQUIPMENT:
A complete list of issued books and tools the student purchases and is required to maintain while attending college. This equipment, once paid for, is the student's to keep.
PHYSICALLY CHALLENGED FACILITIES AND SERVICES:
Handicapped parking and handicapped restrooms are available. Others accommodations are available and determined on an individual basis.
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