Aveda - Covington is a for-profit college located in Covington, Louisiana in the New Orleans Area. It is a small institution with an enrollment of 2,415 undergraduate students. The Aveda - Covington acceptance rate is 100%. Aveda - Covington alumni go on to earn a starting salary of $21,600.
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In the Aveda pamphlet, this school was founded to create some of the most successful entrepreneurs in hair skin and nail esthetics. Aveda emphasizes personal well-being, as well as environmental responsibility.
I did not have credits to transfer so that was not an issue for me. The curriculum was well taught in the beginning. However, as I progressed the topics became confusing and only specific educators helped students learn properly.
Come with a dream and leave with a successful career!