financial assistance


Our Student Academy is offering classes in the field of  cosmetology, esthetics, manicuring, advanced skin care, makeup and much more. Please contact the Academy for more information on tuition. We know tuition assistance is frequently that important piece enabling students to pursue career training opportunities. The following information provides general descriptions of the various forms of financial assistance that may be available to you.

Installment Financing

Our Academy permit students to make weekly or monthly installment payments over the course of their training with no interest charged. This may provide significant savings and enable a student to graduate and enter the job market free of tuition debt.

PayPal Credit

PayPal offers a credit line for those who qualify.

Visa And Master Card

Our Academy will accept most credit cards for tuition payments.

Other Financial assistance may be obtained through the following programs:


Workforce Investment Act (WIA)

WIA is a federal program providing assistance to unemployed adults and dislocated workers (those affected by a plant closing or worker reduction). WIA may cover a significant portion of tuition costs. For more information on WIA, contact an Admissions Representative at a MACCS school for directions to the WIA or "Michigan WORKS!" agency nearest you.

Michigan Rehabilitation Services (MRS)

MRS is responsible for the vocational rehabilitation of Michigan citizens who are physically or mentally impaired. MRS will arrange, provide, or purchase the services necessary to accomplish an individual’s employment plan. For information, call 1-800-605-6722 or contact an Admissions Representative at a MACCS school for referral to a local MRS office.

No Worker Left Behind Program

To qualify for the No Worker Left Behind (NWLB) Program, displaced workers will need to take a skills assessment test administered by Michigan Works! Agencies. Qualifying workers must pursue an associate's degree or attend a technical training program in a high-demand occupation, emerging industry, or entrepreneurship program.  High-demand occupations vary from region to region, however some common examples include health care, accounting and bookkeeping services, information technology, auto service technicians and mechanics.  For more detailed information on the NWLB program, contact Michigan Works! Agency at 1-800-285-WORK or visit their website at, or e-mail .


Some life insurance policies accumulate cash value and are designed for individuals to borrow funds from their own policy without adversely affecting the insurance coverage. Consult your Insurance Agent for more information.