We at University of Spa & Cosmetology Arts and University of Spa & Massage Therapy would like to provide an update about our school operation during this covid-19 emergency. Consistent with the requests of CDC and state and federal government agencies, we are temporarily closing our school for services, effective at the close of business today March 18, 2020. We are optimistic that everyone who is in a leadership role in our country is doing everything they can to minimize community spread, develop an adequate medical response, and consider how to lessen the economic impact on workers and families.
We expect to re-open for business at 8am on Friday, May 1, 2020, unless circumstances require that we stay closed longer. We look forward to being a part of the solution during this time, and doing our part to keep our families and friends safe, and we’re asking all of our students and staff to limit contact and follow CDC guidelines during their time off.
We will do our best to answer phones and book appointments for dates following April 8, and we hope to see you back in the school at that time!
With the love of rock-n-roll and art, Brandy found her passion in hair. She graduated from University of Spa and Cosmetology Arts in 2015 and now works as a hair stylist making people feel happy and beautiful every day.
"I had five job offers three months before I even graduated."Brandy USCA graduate, 2015
Job growth in cosmetology is expected to rise at a rate of 13% between 2012 and 2022 which could lead to greater demand for hairdressers, stylists, barbers and cosmetologists over the next decade.
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