The catalogue shall include the following information:
(A) Name and address of the institution for each location.
(B) Date of publication.
(C) The admission requirements (criteria) used by the institution for each course. The institution's admission policy must comply with the "Board's" laws and rules.
(D) The name of each course and the name, nature and level of occupations for which training is provided must be identified.
(E) Length of course: Number of clock hours, credit hours, or competencies in each course offered by the institution in sufficient detail to show the scope and sequence of units included. (Clearly identify the coverage of each course).
(F) Description of the institution's general facilities and equipment.
(G) The grading system used by the institution. Identify the full range of grades that students may earn. (Must be consistent with the institution's satisfactory progress policy).
(H) Graduation requirements for each course. List any special conditions or requirements.
(I) Type of document (certificate, diploma, etc.) awarded upon graduation from each course.
(J) Refund policy: Refund policy must comply with rule 4713-3-11 of the Administrative Code or its accrediting agency, if any.
(K) Employment assistance: A clear statement that the institution does not guarantee employment. Extent and nature of employment assistance.
(L) A school calendar of beginning dates of classes for each course. Indicate holidays and school closures.
(M) Statement that the institution does not discriminate on the basis of sex, race, age, color, ethnic origin, or religion.
(N) Name of the legal entity that owns the school.
(O) The institution's policy guaranteeing the right of students to gain access to their files.
(P) The institution's policy for releasing information about an individual student.
(Q) Scholarship and fee waiver policies (if applicable).
(R) Specifics describing the extent of other available services, such as housing (if applicable), career counseling, etc.
(S) The address, and telephone number of the Ohio state board of cosmetology, as well as the name, address and telephone number of the agency which accredits the institution, if applicable.
(T) Policies related to tardiness, excused and unexcused absences, make-up work, conduct, termination and other rules and regulations of the institution.
(U) Names of administrative staff and faculty.
(V) Costs for each course:
(1) Tuition - total tuition for each course.
(2) Books and supplies - must be actual cost to the student.
(3) Application or enrollment fee for each course (must be separately identified).
(4) Other costs.
(5) Payment - methods and terms of payment of monies owed to the institution must be identified
R.C. 119.032 review dates: 05/07/2004 and 05/01/2009
Promulgated Under: 119.03
Statutory Authority: 4713.08(A)(13)
Prior Effective Dates: 5/1/03