Summit Salon Academy - Gainesville is a for-profit college located in Florida. It is a small institution with an enrollment of 46 undergraduate students. Admissions is fairly competitive as the Summit Salon Academy - Gainesville acceptance rate is 52%. The only major offered is Cosmetology.
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The curriculum is extremely disorganized and on Monday night theory class, students are often left alone in the classrooms with no instruction for hours on end. There is a lot of turnover with instructors so they are often short staffed. They keep students here for 6-8 hours a day and we used to get a guaranteed lunch but they took it away when they restructured everyone's schedule (breaking our contracts). It is very clear that this is a for profit institution, they try to milk students out of every penny they have. They very suddenly, with less than a month's warning, decided to change the curriculum from the textbook based Milady program to the digital Pivot Point program, rending our textbooks that we spent hundreds of dollars on useless and forcing those of us who do not have a laptop or tablet to shell out even more money to buy one. There some great instructors here, but for the most part the experience has been disappointing.
I love it! I've learned so much and I know I will be able to pass the state board because the teachers have prepared me.
Mrs. Kat are financial aid advisor is wonderful. She is always there to help us with anything and answer any questions that we have. She is really easy to get a hold of and always gets back with us very quickly if she is busy.