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Your pathway to becoming a licensed esthetician starts at PLCC in Uniontown, Ohio. Learn all the skincare skills you need in just nine months and be ready to take the Ohio State Cosmetology and Barber Board exam.
Our experienced instructors are all licensed estheticians and provide hands-on training in PLCC’s beautiful, modern classrooms. You’ll get advanced esthetician training in:
This full-time esthetician program includes a 600-hour curriculum. In addition, you may qualify to participate in internships during the program.
Looking for other beauty career options? The School of Cosmetology at PLCC offers four distinct programs.
Students looking to enroll in the above-listed program must submit an official high school or GED transcript to be reviewed. Team members will grant student placement only after evaluating the transcript and determining that it meets all criteria for admission.
Class size is limited to 16 students.
Day & Evening Course Options
DAY: Monday, Wednesday, Friday
8:00 am – 3 pm
EVENING: Monday – Thursday
5 pm – 9 pm
Pay for cosmetologists in Ohio varies widely. Pay structure can include hourly wages, a salary, a salary plus commission, and commission-based income. Those who rent a booth at a salon have even more control over their income. What you earn as a cosmetologist depends greatly on experience, knowledge, education, and what you put into it. This industry is about the relationships you make with your clients.
Licensed cosmetologists have job opportunities in many areas of the beauty industry, including salon or spa manager or owner, salon development partner, makeup artist, nail technician, esthetician, wedding and event stylist, and cosmetology instructor. Plus, stylists for film, theater, celebrities, advertising, and fashion shows all started out in cosmetology school.
Beauty school tuition in Ohio varies and is set by each school. At PLCC, a not-for-profit Ohio Career-Technical School located in Uniontown, we offer an all-inclusive tuition of $16,995, which is at least $2,000 less than the average cost of tuition, fees, and supplies at for-profit beauty schools across the United States.
Students must successfully complete 1,500 hours of training in Ohio to be eligible to take the licensure exam from the Ohio State Cosmetology and Barber Board, through which PLCC’s cosmetology training school is accredited.
Real-world experience is very important for cosmetology students. We make every effort to help students who want a cosmetology internship find one that meets their needs and aligns with their interests.
Yes. In addition to tuition payment plans, PLCC is an approved institution for the following types of financial aid:
We take pride in our facility and welcome the opportunity to show it off! You would never buy a car without looking at it first. Choosing the place to give you a head start on a successful path in life should be no different. We invite you to schedule a tour of our beautiful campus. We’re pretty sure you’ll be impressed!
If you are a high school student, please note that you will have several opportunities to visit PLCC during your sophomore year.
Once we receive your request, a PLCC staff member will follow up directly. Thank you for your interest, we look forward to seeing you soon.
Portage Lakes Career Center is accessible to visitors with physical disabilities. Visitors should contact the Main Office at 330-896-8200 prior to arrival for parking instructions and other information.