At Pro Way Hair School, you are sure to find the program that will best help you to pursue that
which is tailored to your academic and professional goals.

Pro Way Hair School is committed to the principle of equal educational opportunities for all.

The School does not permit discrimination based on race, color, religion, sex, national origin, sexual orientation or handicap in the administration of any educational program or activity, including participation in, or receiving the benefits of, admission in such programs or activities. Qualified handicapped persons will not be excluded from participation in educational programs. The commitment to equal opportunity applies to all aspects of recruitment, and education. Summarily, Pro Way Hair School complies with nondiscrimination regulations under Title 45, Pt A6 of the Code of Federal Regulations.

If you’re ready to get started, your path to Pro Way starts now!


The school only admits High School Graduates or persons with a

General Equivalency Diploma as students.


Pro Way Hair School begins classes every 10 weeks for the

Cosmetology School and every 6 weeks for the Barbering School.

The school continuously enrolls throughout the year.

Eligibility Requirements for Aid:

  1. Be a citizen or an eligible non-citizen, and must be enrolled in an eligible program of study.
  2. Apply for a Pell grant before being considered for any of the other Title IV aid programs
  3. Be making satisfactory progress toward the completion of his/her course of study
  4. Certify that he/she does not owe a repayment on a Pell Grant, Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grant, or State Student Incentive Grant that was received to attend any school
  5. Certify he/she is not in default on any loan received under the Perkins Loan Program (formerly National Direct Student Loan Program), the Stafford Loan Program (formerly Guaranteed Student Loan Program), or the Plus/SLS program.
  6. Provide any documentation, verification, corrections and or new information requested by the financial aid officer to which the application was submitted.

Any financial aid commitment involving the use of federal funds is tentative and conditional upon subsequent congressional appropriation, actual receipt of the funds by the school, and completion of the necessary forms by the students.

Financial Aid

Federal School Code 012051

Financial Aid programs available to students include Pell Grant and Direct Student Loan. Grant money awarded is gift aid that does not have to be repaid. These programs require students to complete an application form which is available in the school office. Information is collected from students and sometimes parents to determine aid eligibility. Students who borrow money from the Direct Student Loan program are required and obligated to repay these loans when they become due.

The financial aid office reserves the right to review and cancel or revise an award at any time because of changes in the student’s financial or academic status. The aid from federal programs is not automatically continued from one year to the next. Students must reapply each award year.

Aid received from financial aid programs must be used for educational purposes only. Before receiving any funds, each student must sign a statement certifying that he/she will use the money for educational purposes only and agree to repay any money received that was not used for educational purposes.

Tuition and fees are due at the time classes to begin. Students who cannot pay their tuition and fees in full at the time classes begin may apply for Federal Financial Aid for grant and loans.
Grant or loan money will be credited to the students account to pay tuition. This account must be paid in full before the student graduates the program.

If a student transfers from another school, his/her financial aid does not automatically transfer and he/she must check with the financial aid officer to see what aid is available. Transfer students must submit a financial aid transcript from their prior school to verify the types and amounts of aid previously received.

Program Cost

Tuition and fees are assessed on a program basis. Details concerning current tuition fees are contained in the Tuition and Fees section of the student catalog. Tuition is due and payable at the beginning of the program. Tuition and fees are subject to change.

Main Campus, Memorial Dr; Satellite Campus, Rockbridge Rd, Stone Mountain,GA

1500 Hours
1500 Hours
Tuition** 19860.00 19860.00
Registration Fee* 125.00 125.00
Total Program 19985.00 19985.00
** Beginning Classes September 2017.
* Registration fees are nonrefundable.

Optional Payment Methods

Students not wishing to apply for financial aid may pay by cash or credit card to cover the program cost. Special arrangements may be made with the office to make monthly payments on your account, but the account must be paid in full by graduation. We are also approved to receive Veteran Tuition Benefits (i.e. Post 9/11 G.I. Bill) this is also an optional payment method.