Cut, color, and style. Receive current and versatile training for everything hair. Plus, explore makeup and nail artistry, too.
Face, back, and body. Skin care education combined with advanced make-up skills to jump start your beauty career.
Shave, Style, Groom. Learn the art of barbering through cutting, dressing, grooming, styling and shaving hair.
Life is all about choices. Explore our various full-time and part-time programs to find one that will work for you.
Education is an investment. Find out if you qualify for scholarships, grants, loans, payment plans, or other assistance.
The admissions process is easy at Tricoci University and is mostly performed at the campus you will be attending.
A. Mannequins are valuable tools that have their place at any beauty school, but there is no substitute for performing real services on real clients.
To deliver salon-ready graduates, TUBC designed each clinic to look and feel like an upscale salon and day spa, and we train our students to deliver the wide range of services we offer. As a result, our clinics draw a high volume of loyal clients, which provides our students with extensive guest experiences.
A. Ultimately the reason for going to beauty school is to have a successful career in the beauty industry.
At TUBC, this objective is at the core of all we do, and why we continue to innovate and evolve our programs and approach. From our learning methodology, to the techniques and skills we teach, to our curriculum structure, to the equipment we use, to the environment we set and the experiences you gain in our clinics, to our emphasis on professionalism—all of this is to ensure you are ready to succeed in whichever beauty career path you choose - Cosmetology, Esthetics, Nail Technology, or Teacher Training.
A. Some beauty schools view their ultimate purpose as preparing you to pass the state licensure test. At TUBC, that is just the beginning.
We stay on the cutting edge of what the beauty industry demands and are consistently enhancing our curriculum to ensure our graduates have received the most advanced training. We believe the success formula for a salon-ready graduate is an emphasis on advanced technical skills, along with client development and “soft” skills. Graduates with this set of skills will be in strong demand by industry employers.