Student Services offers support in areas related to transportation, day-care and other related areas to assist students in completion of their course.  Student Services is available to meet with students to provide referrals for students at risk or in need of assistance.  If deemed necessary, a student may be referred to appropriate professional.

It is the policy of the school to assist students where possible.  The Student Services Coordinator is willing to offer assistance and guidance in the areas listed:

  1. •Referrals to social service agencies

  2. •Assist students in locating suitable housing accommodations

  3. •Referral to drug abuse programs

  4. •Tutoring programs

  5. •Health services agencies

  6. •Assistance in organizing study groups

  7. •Part-time jobs while enrolled


Placement assistance may be provided in the form of the posting of possible job openings or referrals to potential employers.  However, it is understood that Mid-Cities Barber College does not guarantee employment, nor level of income or wage rate to a Student or graduate. The college does attempt to locate employment for graduates who request assistance.  This service is extended to all graduates from MCBC.


Mid-Cities Barber College students must abide by the rules and regulations governing the school.  The regulations are designed to help the student learn professional habits that will be required for a professional career. Any breach of the following may be cause for possible suspension or dismissal as determined by the School Director:

  1. •Excessive tardiness/absenteeism.

  2. •Improper/abusive behavior or treatment of other students, school officials, or school patrons.

  3. •Bring/use of alcoholic beverages or any illegal drugs on school premises or coming to school under the influence of the same. (Student may be subject to a drug test at their expense, if Director suspects probable cause).

  4. •Refusal to take instructions from instructors.

  5. •Cheating, swindling, or stealing from other students, the school, or the school patrons.

  6. •Clocking in or out for another student.

  7. •Insufficient Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP)

  8. •Non-payment of monies due the school.

Course Interruption

A student may be interrupted from training for unsatisfactory attendance (three or more un-excused absences) or progress, or violation of MCBC rules and regulations.

Attendance Policy

Daily attendance is required.  A daily report is accurately kept on trainee attendance. Regular school hours are Tuesday through Friday 8:00 a.m. to 6:30 p.m., and Saturday 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. 2

Full-time students must attend a minimum of 34 hours a week, and part-time students must attend a minimum of 20 hours a week.