Regina's College of Beauty
1201 Stafford st Ste B2, Monroe, NC 28110
Those who want a career as a beauty professional and live in the Union County area of North Carolina might find what they are looking for at Regina’s College of Beauty.
The Monroe campus of the college offers vocational training programs in Cosmetology, Manicurist/Nail Technology, and Instructor/Educator for Cosmetology, Esthetics, and Manicuring.
The professional programs require between 300 and 1770 training hours. The curriculum consists of clinic services that students perform on customers at discounted rates. It also incorporates product education and business tools such as how to run a salon.
All coursework is designed to prepare students for taking the North Carolina Board of Cosmetic Arts Examination. Prerequisites for admissions to the school include: a high school diploma or equivalent, state-issued identification (such as a driver’s license), and a valid social security card. The school provides continuous enrollment, and classes start regularly. Full-time day courses and part-time evening courses are available.
Tuition fees differ for all the programs offered, and federal sources of financial aid are accepted from qualifying applicants.
Those interested in applying to Regina’s College of Beauty are encouraged to meet with the admissions office and schedule a tour of the campus. During campus tours, potential students can meet staff members. They can get a good feel of the school in order to determine if it will be the right fit for them.
Quick Facts about Regina's College of Beauty
Large Town Setting
Small (Under 2,000 Students)
On-Campus Housing Available
- Total Students
Full-Time vs. Part-Time Students
- African American
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