Admission to the Program
The Cosmetology program accepts students in fall, spring, and summer semesters. Each program has a student-to-faculty ratio of 25:1, and admission is offered to students who have completed all admission requirements on a first-come, first-served basis. When the program has enrolled students to capacity, the Director will create a wait list for students who may be admitted if space permits.
- Provide a birth certificate or driver’s license
- Provide $25.00 in money order, debit card, or credit card for the TDLR fee
Careers in Cosmetology
The demand for cosmetologists in today’s market is consistent as the public frequently seeks cosmetic services. Cosmetologists may specialize in hair design, cutting, perming, coloring, makeup, facial care, and nails.
Spring 2022 Student Calendar
Jan 18th – Classes Begin
Jan 18th - Jan 20th – Orientation
Jan 21st – Final day to Register
Feb 14th – Pot Luck for Cosmetology Dept/Personal Day
Feb 24th – Visit a local Salon for Demo
Mar 4th – Visit Armstrong and RDA in Amarillo (Optional)
Mar 7th - Mar 11th – Mid Term Exams – Written and Practical
Mar 16th – Mar 20th - Spring Break
Apr 15th - Good Friday (No School)
May 2nd - May 5th – Semester Final Exams – Written and Practical
May 6th – Graduation Day
May 10th – Last Day of Classes
The above dates are scheduled for the semester; we will do our best to keep the dates set as written. If dates are changed we will notify you with enough time to adjust your agenda.
Frank Phillips College
Department of Cosmetic Arts & Sciences
New section effective March 1, 2006, 31 TexReg 1280; amended effective August 1, 2006, 31 TexReg 5952; amended effective October 11, 2007, 32 TexReg 7050; amended effective February 17, 2012, 37 TexReg 681; amended effective January 1, 2014, 38 TexReg 9520; amended effective July 1, 2014, 39 TexReg 4650; amended effective January 1, 2016, 40 TexReg 8759; amended effective March 15, 2020, 45 TexReg 1693
PRIVATE AND PUBLIC POST-SECONDARY COSMETOLOGY SCHOOLS (1000 CLOCK HOURS OR EQUIVALENT CREDIT HOURS)
(A)- Hair Care: Cutting, styling, coloring, chemical textures, and related theory and application; business skills; professional development and salon management; health; safety; and laws
(B)- Nail Care: Manicuring and related theory and applications, business skills; professional development and salon management; health; safety; and laws
(C)- Skin Care: Facials, hair removal, and related theory and application; business skills; professional development and salon management; health; safety; and laws
MANICURE CURRICULUM (600 CLOCK HOURS OR EQUIVALENT CREDIT HOURS)
(A)-procedures: basic manicure and pedicure, oil manicure, removal of stains, repair work, hand and arm massage, buffing, application of polish, application of artificial nails, application of cosmetic fingernails, preparation to build new nail, and application of nail extensions, sculptured nails, tips, wraps, fiberglass/gels and odorless products-320 hours
(B)-bacteriology, sanitation and safety: definitions, importance, rules, laws, methods, safety measures, hazardous chemicals and ventilation odor in salons-100 hours
(C)-professional practices: manicuring as a profession, vocabulary, ethics, salon procedures, hygiene and grooming, professional attitudes, salesmanship and public relations-80 hours
(D)-arms and hands: major bones and functions, major muscles and functions, major nerves and functions, skin structure, functions, appendages, conditions and lesions, nails structure, composition, growth, regeneration, irregularities and diseases-70 hours
(E)-orientation, rules, laws and preparation-15 hours
(F)-equipment, implements and supplies-15 hours
COSMETOLOGY INSTRUCTOR (750 CLOCK HOURS OR EQUIVALENT CREDIT HOURS)
(A)-Lesson plans-140 hours
(B)-Methods of teaching-180 hours
(C)-Classroom management-90 hours
(D)-Evaluation techniques-90 hours
(E)-State laws and forms-60 hours
(F)-Visual aids preparation and use-60 hours
(G)-Learning theory-100 hours
(H)-Orientation, rules, and laws-30 hours
The above practical applications may be performed on a mannequin, a student or a patron and mock applications may be used where appropriate and necessary. It shall be the responsibility of the beauty culture school to keep a record of the number of practical applications performed by each student.
Please see below for the tools that will be required once enrolled in the following programs: (Pricing and ISBN numbers included below)
- Borger/Perryton - CIMA/Book $308.25 | ISBN: 9780357998113
- Marianna Kit $690.04
TOTAL = $998.29
- All Campuses - CIMA/Book $308.25 | ISBN: 9798214062501
- Marianna Kit $368.58
TOTAL = $676.83
- All Campuses - CIMA/Book $308.24 | ISBN: 9798214166551
TOTAL = $308.25
- 1,000 hour program:
- Book Bundle $280.00 | ISBN: 9780357575390
- Kit $598.43
TOTAL = $878.43
- 300 hour program:
- Book Bundle $280.00 | ISBN: 9780357575390
- Kit $202.69
TOTAL = $482.69
UPDATED 8/2/2022 JA
Contact information for Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation
Cosmetology Licenses and Criminal Background
Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation (TDLR) has identified general factors that are considered in all cases. Individuals may request TDLR review their criminal background before actually applying for a license. The general factors considered in all cases, including licensure for cosmetologists are:
- The nature and seriousness of the crime;
- The relationship of the crime to the purposes for requiring a license to engage in the occupation;
- The extent to which a license might offer an opportunity to engage in further criminal activity of the same type as that in which the applicant previously had been involved;
- The relationship of the crime to the ability, capacity, or fitness required to perform the duties and discharge the responsibilities of the licensed occupation.
In determining the fitness to perform the duties and discharge the responsibilities of the licensed occupation of a person who has been convicted of a crime, the agency will also consider the following:
- The extent and nature of the person’s past criminal activity;
- The age of the person when the crime was committed;
- The amount of time that has elapsed since the person’s last criminal activity;
- The conduct and work activity of the person before and after the criminal activity;
- Evidence of the person’s rehabilitation or rehabilitative effort while incarcerated or after release; and
- Other evidence of the person’s fitness , including letters of recommendation from:
a. Prosecutors and law enforcement and correctional officers who prosecuted,
arrest, or had custodial responsibility for the person;
b. The sheriff or chief of police in the community where the person resides;
c. Any other person in contact with the convicted person.
In addition to the above guidelines, certain criminal convictions for persons seeking licensure as cosmetologists may prevent the person from receiving state licensure. In addition, multiple violations of any criminal statute may reflect a pattern of behavior that renders the applicant unfit for the license.
Crimes involving prohibited sexual conduct or involving children as victims.
- Licensees have direct contact with members of the general public often in settings with no one else present.
- A person with a predisposition for crimes involving prohibited sexual conduct or involving children as victims would have the opportunity to engage in further similar conduct.
Crimes against the person such as homicide, kidnapping, and assault.
- Licensees have direct contact with persons in situations that have potential for confrontational behavior.
- A person with a predisposition of a violent response would pose a risk to the public
Frank Phillips College Cosmetology Department has 2 campuses located in Borger, and Perryton, TX. Students learn theory and practical skills in a full-service salon. Each salon has operating hours that members of the community can access beauty services at a discounted rate! We are open to the public Monday-Thursday during our semester schedules. For more information, or to inquire about an appointment at any of our salons please click the link below for the salon in your area.
We look forward to showing you all FPC Cosmetology has to offer.
- Cosmetology Faculty -
FPC Borger Cosmetology Center
Jodie Gandy, Borger Instructor
email@example.com | (806) 457-4200, Ext. 755
Misty Sullivan, Barber Instructor
firstname.lastname@example.org | (806) 934-9494
FPC Perryton Cosmetology Center
Kevin Harrison, Perryton Instructor
email@example.com | (806) 648-1450
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The accreditation of all FPC locations is dependent on the accreditation of the parent campus located in Borger, TX.
Frank Phillips College is accredited by the Commission on Colleges of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools to award associate degrees.
Contact the Commission on Colleges at 1866 Southern Lane Decatur, Georgia 30033-4097 or call (404) 679-4500 for questions about the accreditation of Frank Phillips College.