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Important Information Regarding COVID-19
Update - 09/16/2020 - Charzanne Beauty College is open for client services and in-person instruction. We are currently accepting new students for both day and evening classes.
Following the guidelines set by the South Carolina State Board of Cosmetology and the U.S. Department of Education, the institution is operating on a limited-capacity basis. We are also strictly following all COVID-19 protocols regarding social distancing, sanitation, and requiring everyone in the building to wear a face covering at all times.
CARES Act Emergency Relief Fund
Charzanne Beauty College is a participating institute in the Section 18004(a)(1) CARES Act Grant Program, from the US Department of Education.
In total, Charzanne Beauty College received $108,888 of funding. These assets are a combination of the Student Portion and the Institution Portion. Adhering to compliance reporting guidelines, Charzanne Beauty College discloses the following information:
All information reported is as of May 1, 2021
Student Portion of the CARES Act Relief Fund
The institution signed and returned, to the Department of Education, the Certification and Agreement stipulating the institution would use no less than 50% of the total funds received in the CARES Act program to provide emergency financial aid grants to eligible students.
The total amount of funds, received by the institution, to provide emergency financial aid grants to eligible students is $54,444. These funds must be fully distributed within one year of receipt by the institution.
As of May 1, 2021, checks have been distributed to 27 students and the total amount distributed is $54,444.
Currently, the total number of students, eligible to receive grants: 27
Total number of students, as of May 1, 2021, who have received an emergency financial aid grant: 27
The method used to determine which students would receive grants is listed below.
Students are being provided written guidance as to the use of the grant funds and their intended purpose. Students are instructed that the grant funds are to be used to cover expenses related to the disruption of campus operations, due to the coronavirus—including eligible expenses under a student’s cost of attendance, such as food, housing, course materials, technology, health care, and child care.
CARES Act Higher Education Emergency Relief Fund Eligibility Guidelines
The following guidelines will be used, by the institution, to determine eligibility for Emergency Financial Aid Grants, as outlined in the guidance from the Department of Education:
As of 3/16/2020, all currently enrolled US Citizen or Eligible Non-Citizen students, who are eligible to participate in any Title IV Financial Aid program, and who answer affirmatively to the questionnaire as having incurred additional expenses related to the disruption of operations, due to the coronavirus shall be considered eligible.
This will include any student who has graduated on or after 3/16/2020 as well as any student on an approved leave of absence. Any students who have withdrawn, prior to the institution receiving grant funds, will not be eligible.
Furthermore, as per the guidance of the Department of Education, any student who is under suspension due to not meeting the institution’s Satisfactory Academic Progress criteria, will not be eligible.
Prior to distributing the funds, a final number of eligible students will be approved and documented. Any funds that cannot be distributed to eligible students will be redistributed, equally, among all remaining eligible students.
Once the funds are received, the institution will begin the process of finalizing the list of all eligible students so the distribution of funds can be determined, documented, and scheduled by the administration.
Once the complete list of all eligible students is finalized, the total amount of funds will be equally divided among all students who meet the eligibility requirements, listed above. Each student receiving grant funds will be required to sign an acknowledgment, verifying receipt of the funds and guidance on the use of received funds.
The institution will keep updated records and documentation and will update this site, no less frequently than every 45 days, as required by the Department of Education.
Institutional Portion of the CARES Act Relief Fund
The quarterly report for the Institutional portion of the CARES Act Relief Fund can be found below: