Ogle - Fort Worth is a for-profit college located in Fort Worth, Texas. It is a small institution with an enrollment of 135 undergraduate students. The Ogle - Fort Worth acceptance rate is 100%. Popular majors include Cosmetology, Esthetician and Skin Care, and Cosmetology Instruction and Salon Management. Ogle - Fort Worth alumni go on to earn a starting salary of $17,600.
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Ogle is a good senery if you’re not used to the fast movement, you meet so many people and connect with others on so many levels. You learn about the beauty behind everything, once you’re in you’ll never want to leave.
The cosmetology program has some of the best instructors I've been privy to receiving an education from. It is a very hands on type of learning; the first day you'll be learning techniques on how to color, style, or cut hair. You are also very well prepared to begin building your clientele while in school; you have around nine weeks of training before going onto the salon floor to begin performing services on guests. Once you are out on the floor, you will attend a theory class once a week, which provides you with the information you'll need to pass your TDLR comprehensive and practical exams. You get two breaks a day; one thirty minutes and the other fifteen minutes. There is a decent sized breakroom with two refrigerators and four microwaves and two vending machines. There is ample parking in the back and a bench area under a tree if you need to take smoke breaks.
The class sizes vary. It depends on how many people apply and are accepted by the same start date as you. Regardless of the number of students, instructors always find time to help you if you need help; they also explain things very clearly and leave little room for misinterpretation. There are many opportunities to become certified in several other courses (at an extra fee-one of the few downsides) like micro weave extensions, acrylic nail services, hair straightening services, and many more.