Invest in your future with a career program from DSC. We are committed to help eliminate the financial barriers that may stand in the way of your achievement. DSC is a nationally accredited institution by the National Accrediting Commission of Cosmetology Arts and Sciences. Our accreditation allows us to offer financial aid to those who qualify.
Types of Financial Aid
A financial aid package may consist of a combination of different types of aid. The two basic types of financial aid we offer:
Grants are funds that do not have to be repaid. Grants are based on need, as determined by the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA).
Loans are funds that must be repaid, usually after graduation or upon leaving school. Federal student loans have lower interest rates than most commercial loans. Your first loan requires a master promissory note and entrance counseling before disbursement. You must complete an exit interview before you leave the School.
Applying for Financial Aid
For each academic year for which you will need financial aid, you must complete a FAFSA. There is no cost to apply for financial aid using the FAFSA.
The fastest, easiest way to apply for financial aid is to use FAFSA on the Web. You and your parents (if applicable) will need a U.S. Department of Education PIN to access, complete, and electronically sign your application. If you do not yet have a PIN, students and parents can also obtain their PINs as part of the process of completing the FAFSA. Students and their parents must get their own separate PIN numbers.
The FAFSA should be completed online, unless there are extenuating circumstances. We suggest you use a FAFSA worksheet to help organize your information before you input it. Worksheets may be downloaded from the FAFSA website. We also maintain a supply of FAFSA worksheets at our campuses.
Our school code is: 036463
Net Price Calculator
This net price calculator allows prospective students to calculate an estimated net price of attendance for cosmetology based on what similar students paid in a previous year.
Treatment of Title IV Aid When a Student Withdraws
It is important for students to understand how their Title IV aid is treated when a a student withdraws from a program. Learn more…