If today was graduation and you were receiving a diploma, where would you like to work and what would you do with your license? What would be your job description? What is your goal time frame for completion?
Education, if approached correctly, is learner driven, never ends and provides our graduates with skills to earn an exceptional income.
Ask yourself if a successful career just happens.
Ask yourself if a successful career comes easy and without hard work.
Any exciting new career requires sincere effort and daily application. it takes a “team” of educators that are dedicated to success of each student. We are the most qualified team in Northwest Indiana. Our educators provide one on one education. Our education is communicated through a hands-on experience.
We are proud of our exceptional 50 plus year’s history. We work hard to maintain our high completions, exceptional first time licensing rates/ 100% and successful long term placement of our graduates. Our outcomes rates are exceptional and envied by many.
Know your own strengths. At Don Roberts School of Hair Design we have seen students enroll and find their passion! Their energy is positive and contagious every day of class. They never seem to tire and are pleasure to educate. This could be you!
Cosmetology, Barber, Esthetics, Manicuring and Instructors careers are rewarding, flexible and only the beginning of a path that can go anywhere. Become the driver of your future! Your passion must be obvious, almost to the bridge of being exhausting to you, and those around you! The industry demands perfection, detail and desire. You bring the desire, we offer the detailed education and the practice that will provide the perfection needed for success.
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Don Roberts School of Hair Design
152 East US Route 30
Schererville, Indiana 46375
152 East US Route 30 is our main unit; educational classes are also held in units 144 & 146 East US Route 30, Schererville, IN 46375, respectfully. Students are asked to attend classes in all three suites.
The campus is located 1 mile east of Route 41/Indianapolis Blvd. And US Route 30/Oak Ridge Center.
Indiana Professional Licensing Agency
402 West Washington Street, Room W072
Indianapolis, Indiana 46204
National Accrediting Commission Of Career Arts and Sciences
3015 Colvin Street
Alexandria, Virginia 22314
Please feel free to download and pre-fill out our enrollment application – you can submit it by scanning and emailing it to us at firstname.lastname@example.org or bring it in, otherwise, one will be provided for you here at campus before your student orientation.
As a condition for enrollment, Don Roberts School of Hair Design requires that students provide valid proof of education. This includes a copy of a prospective student’s high school diploma, high school transcript or a General Equivalency Diploma (“GED”), in the English language. The Don Roberts School of Hair Design does not accept Ability to Benefit (“ATB”) students. The Indiana Education Department recognizes state registered home school programs with a state ID that is recorded on their official diplomas.
If high school information appears to be questionable an official transcript will be requested and evaluated by the director of admissions prior to enrolling the student. Particular attention shall be paid to situations involving online programs, older adult learners, or in situations where several students from the same online school have sought enrollment.
Upon receipt, the director of admissions shall review the transcript with particular attention to the student’s date of entry and graduation date. Sufficient time lapse should occur between such dates.
If the high school information cannot be verified, the student will be required to take and pass a GED test prior to enrollment.
Each program requires a $100 non-refundable application fee. The cost per program includes; tuition, books and equipment, and one student ID. Miscellaneous charges are applicable throughout the program and are estimated to be $200.00. Broken or misplaced equipment is to be replaced immediately, at the expense of the student.
In addition to financial aid, this school accepts cash, money orders, personal checks, Visa, MasterCard and Discover credit cards as acceptable methods of payment. This school also offer private payment plan for those who qualify.
Orientation by definition is a person’s basic attitude, beliefs, or feelings in relation to a particular subject or issue. It can be a preview of what is to be. It is a means of guidance or direction.
The dictionary defines professionalism as attitudes, characteristics, or behaviors that are not explicitly part of the profession’s core of knowledge and technical skill, but that are required for success in the profession.
Interesting blend of two words. These two words are key to a successful career in the cosmetology and all related areas of study.
Our expectation, with each new enrollee, is that professionalism will begin at orientation and skill set will come with practice; over and over again.
Prior to enrollment all students are required to attend an orientation. The purpose of this orientation is to provide career direction, the objective of the applicable program, conditions of successful completion and licensure, rules of enrollment, and consumer information that defines our success as a school.
To initiate your orientation process you must review this web site, specific to, but not limited to the school catalog and Student Handbook. It will provide an immense amount of consumer information to you. It is our way of helping you become familiar with our expectations of you as a student as well as what you are to expect from us as a post-secondary institution.
You will also be invited to physically attend a one hour on campus orientation/TBD that will allow you to
This is a scholarship that is student driven. The amount of scholarship awarded is dependent upon your effort.
This program is afforded to only those students that make a choice to work hard and excel in three specific areas
It ranges in value from $100 to $2,000; program length dependent.
The cash scholarship has been used to offset licensing expenses, educational expenses; day car, gas, food, etc.
It is offered to all undergraduate programs, cosmetology, barber, esthetics, and manicuring.
Understand What and When YOU Learn Best.
Every student learns differently and may embrace more than one learning style.
Identify what fits for you.
Class Room Learning Tips/Instructor Driven
Distance Learning Tips/Self Driven/Self- Paced
Link here to identify your learning type
It is the responsibility of the student to visit the Indiana Professional Licensing Agency web site.
Check back frequently for the most up to date information regarding the Noval Coronavirus and its impact on our facility.
Section 18004(a)(1) of the CARES Act to provide Emergency Financial Aid Grants to students.
|Date of this Report||21 July 2020|
|Award Number/Date||P425E202853/3/June 2020|
|Award Received||21 July 2020|
|Grant Application Made Available||25 July 2020|
|Date 100% of Grant Applications Received||21 July 2020|
|Date 100% of Grants Issued||25 July 2020|
|An acknowledgement that the institution signed and returned to the Department the Certification and Agreement and the assurance that the institution has used, or intends to use, no less than 50 percent of the funds received under Section 18004(a)(1) of the CARES Act to provide Emergency Financial Aid Grants to students||Acknowledged & proof is provided within this table.|
|Total Amount of Funds Received from the Department pursuant to the Institution’s Certification and Agreement for Emergency Financial Aid Grants to Students||$30,314.00|
|Total Amount of Emergency Financial Aid Grants distributed to students under Section 18004(a)(1) of the CARES Act.||$30,314.00 distributed by checks/hand delivered to the students on 25 July 2020.|
|Estimated total number of students at the institution eligible to participate in programs under Section 484 in Title IV of the Higher Education Act of 1965 and thus eligible to receive Emergency Financial Aid Grants to students under section 18004(a)(1).||21|
|Total Number of Students who have been issued an Emergency Financial Aid Grant to students under section 18004(a)(1).||21|
|Total Number of Students who have been issued an Emergency Financial Aid Grant to students under section 18004(a)(1) that has not been cleared (cashed or deposited).||21|
|The method used by the institution to determine which students receive Emergency Financial Aid Grants and how much they would receive under section 18004(a)(1).||Who is Eligible?
All Don Roberts School of Hair Design students who are enrolled, actively engaged students who: were enrolled before March 27th, 2020 & are enrolled as of the date of disbursement.
Students who have dropped will not be eligible.
What does actively engaged mean?
Actively engaged means attempting the same hours per week that you would if you were still going to school, based on COVID restrictions.
What if I do not need Emergency Financial Assistance?
If you do not need Emergency Financial Assistance, please notify this school in writing, no later than July 25, 2020. We will divide your portion among the other students. All of the money set aside will be distributed to students who need Emergency Financial Assistance.
How much can I get?
We are allocating an equal award to each eligible student. Grants not accepted by students will be reallocated to other students.
|Any instructions, directions, or guidance provided by the institution to students concerning the Emergency Financial Aid Grants.||What should I do with my grant?
The grant is intended to help you with food, housing, course materials, technology, health care, & child care so that you can remain dedicated to completing your education.
With a variety of grants, loans, and scholarships available to those who qualify, attending beauty school has never been more accessible. Explore your options!
I was excited to enroll in the crossover Barber Program. I was required to first have a valid cosmetology license as 900 hours from my cosmetology training rolled over to the Barber Program. The cosmetology education received at DR made the Barber program very easy. I now have both my Cosmetology and Barbers licenses. I professionally practice and teach within both curriculums.R. Ducret
The entire staff is knowledgeable, encouraging, and refreshing. Each Instructor’s passion and commitment to their craft encouraged me to go farther. I am multi-licensed and now proud owner of Catina’s Tranquil Garden. This is an amazing industry!C. Radford
My journey started with the Manicuring program. My second year I graduated from the Instructors program, on a full scholarship. In my third year of study, I completed the Esthetics program. All my needs exceeded my expectations. As a current staff member, I work with a team of exceptional educators. I am now able to give back to my students what was given to me.V. Eenigenburg
I was referred to Don Robert’s from a successful Don Robert’s graduate and am currently enrolled in the esthetics program. I thrive on the relaxation energy, essential oils, and massage. I enjoy helping all my clients relax and enjoy the moment. At graduation, I look forward to a new and very different career change.P. Smagacz
In life you get what you invest. At DR, my instructors didn’t meet me half way, they met me the whole way. I gave my education 100% of my everything; desire and effort. This school is for serious minded individuals who want to thrive in the beauty industry. I worked hard and earned the Choice Scholarship. My training allowed me to obtain my license; one week out of school I opened my own suite/Loft Salon and Suites-Jade on The Set. I am able to book my own hours around the needs of my family.C. Lucas
My educational journey at Don Roberts began in cosmetology and continued in the instructor’s program. Since I had the cosmetology curriculum fresh in my brain, I was then able to crossover 900 hours from the cosmetology program and into the barber’s crossover program and then only had to complete 600 hours for the barbering program. At a more accelerated rate, I was then able to pass my state test for barbering. The crossover program was such a great way to fast-track my learning path.J. DeWindt