Provide a copy of their high school Diploma or G.E.D. For a student that has immigrated to the United States and cannot provide an actual copy of high school diploma or equivalent, the applicant will be required to write a statement certifying the completion of high school or equivalent or enrolled in a GED Program*.
Attend Orientation Class
Students who do not speak English have to be enrolled in an English Second Language (ESL) program.
Provide a State issue Picture Identification and or Social Security Card at time of enrollment.
*GED Testing Location
Community College Of Denver | North Campus
6221 Downing Street | Denver, CO 80216
Contact: Anita Schervish
303.289.2243 phone | 303.289.1044 fax
Generally the professional in the beauty field must be in good physical health for he/she will be working in direct contract with patrons. Most tasks in the beauty culture require a great deal of standing, walking, pushing, bending and stretching, sometimes for a long period of time.
Prospective students must consider their physical limitations in terms of making a career choice that involves the kind of extensive training that is involved in the study and practice of Cosmetology. We promote the acceptance of students with physical limitations or disabilities if these students believe they can fulfill the training demands.
School Security: The Academy has two exits: One is located on the north side of the building. This exit is locked at all times and use for emergency exit only. The other exit is located on the south side of the building, which is on Colfax. This exit is unlocked at 9:50am and is locked at 5:30pm. All clients/ visitors enters the Academy at this location and must check in at front desk.
Crime Awareness: The Academy does not tolerate criminal activity. No drugs, alcohol, weapons, or criminal activities are allowed on school grounds. The school is well patrolled by school and local officials at all times. Failure to comply will result in suspension of program.
Cuttin’ Up Beauty Academy (C.U.B.A), in its admissions, instruction, and graduation policies, practices no discrimination on the basis of race, religion, color, financial status, sex, national origin, age, veteran status or sexual orientation or ethnic origin.
Orientation classes are held on the first day of school. All new students, transfer students and re-enrolled students are required to attend. Orientation include Course outline, Education objective, Administrative polices affecting student and Student support services.