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introduction School History Accreditation Location Facility Mission Statement Methodology admiSSionS Enrollment Process Transfer of Credit Policy Make-Up Kits & Materials proGramS Fashion Make-Up Artistry Program Film and Television Make-Up Artistry Program Multimedia Make-Up Artistry Program Master Make-Up Artistry Program 2-5 4 4 4 5 5 5 international StudentS 6-7 6 6 6 8-13 8 9 10 12 School policieS Rules of Conduct Drug Violation Policy Attendance Policy Good Health and Vaccination Policy 21-30 21 22 22 22 Student Visas Enrollment Process M-1 Visa Specifics MUD International Student Services International Student Career Services General Information for International Students 18-20 18 18 19 20 20 20 individual courSeS & continuinG education 14-17 Beauty 101: Fundamentals of Beauty Make-Up Beauty 201: Studio Hairstyling for the Make-Up Artist Beauty 301: Beauty Lab Special Make-Up Effects 201: Character Make-Up Artistry Special Make-Up Effects 301: Lab Techniques 14 15 15 16 16
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Make-Up Designory (MUD) is dedicated to providing education in the craft of make-up artistry, as well as in related fields that are specific to the needs of both the novice and the experienced artist. We operate at two locations: our main campus in los angeles, and our second branch campus in New York, which opened in 2005. our New York facility represents our latest effort to bring quality education and products to the make-up artist community. all of the courses offered in our curriculum are taught by experienced, professional artisans who are also state-certified instructors. our curriculum provides students with practical, real-world skills in an academic format designed to maximize the learning process. Each year, our schools train hundreds of students from around the world in a variety of make-up specialties. Whether a student chooses the intricacies of prosthetics or the delicacy of beauty make-up, Make-Up Designory can prepare him or her to begin a journey as a make-up artist.
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put students first.000 square foot warehouse. In 2003 MUD’s los angeles campus received accreditation from the accrediting commission for career schools and colleges (accsc) and was honored by accsc as a distinguished school. Burbank. and the school store. distribution center and corporate headquarters are located in Valencia. prominent cable networks. and create an educational institution that would support the needs of the make-up industry. accsc is listed by the U. Major networks like aBc. New York brings together the best of the fashion.000 square feet in Burbank. adjacent retail store and nearby administrative offices in Burbank. In 2005 MUD opened its East coast branch campus in New York city. this accREDItatIoN Make-Up Designory (MUD) is accredited by the accrediting commission for career schools and colleges (accsc). New York city was the obvious choice. New York. cNN. and MtV have joined them. the los angeles facilities include the main school building. the New York branch campus received accreditation from accsc in 2008 and earned a 2008-2009 accsc school of Distinction award. and has a thriving student body and growing alumni network. studio introduction MaKE -UP DEsIgN oRY NY 4 . a 5. and was honored with a 20072008 school of Merit award. MUD’s branch campus in New York is located at: 375 West Broadway. Department of Education as a nationally recognized accrediting agency.s.originally consisted of one contiguous open space that housed four classrooms. administrative offices. california. New York is home to television productions such as The David Letterman Show. 800 squarefoot location in toluca lake. and cosmetics industries. MUD’s main and branch campuses are each licensed by their respective states. school hIstoRY Make-Up Designory (MUD) was founded in 1997 by accomplished professional make-up artisans who shared a goal to bring excellence to make-up education. and more recently. From its original two-classroom. including EsPN. theater.. ca 91502. MUD’s los angeles campus has grown to occupy over 15. and NBc have always had production centers in New York. MUD’s New York campus occupies five separate spaces that comprise nearly two floors. daytime soap operas. the los angeles campus received re-accreditation by accsc in 2008. locatIoN When we set out to establish a branch campus for Make-Up Designory (MUD) on the East coast. california. today. california. cBs. NY 10012. It has also become increasingly important as the East coast hub for film and television. the history channel. In recent years. the school’s founders sought to offer an unparalleled education. MUD’s los angeles main campus is located at: 129 s. san Fernando Blvd. and renowned crime series Law and Order spin-off shows.
Mac. as students master skills. so that students have the option of using their personal laptops. driven in part by the tribeca Film Festival. accessories and specialty make-up. the school. the free standing photo/video space is an ideal environment in which students can have their work captured in a professional photo shoot and critiqued on camera. the student facility areas are equipped with five restrooms (three standard restrooms and two handicapped-accessible restrooms) and feature a microwave. and provides accessible restrooms. Work stations feature premium-quality daylight fluorescent lighting for skin tone matching and technical applications. this mixture of lectures. and a comprehensive library stocked with books. and all classrooms are outfitted with installed air compressors for use at each station. which originally earned soho the nickname: “the cast Iron District. as part of this process. a bustling downtown Manhattan neighborhood known for its eclectic collection of designer boutiques.000 square-foot space in Manhattan’s soho neighborhood. MUD’s make-up studios are equipped to meet the needs of both students and instructors. MUD is handicapped-accessible.production in the city has increased. a photo/video space. shu Uemura. the MUD student and retail store is located downstairs. during and after their training as professional make-up artists. the area is well served by New York city Metro. current students and graduates can access complete administrative assistance. we combine short lectures with a hands-on approach that enables students to learn the basics of a given application. the learning Resource center offers access to eight computer work stations with internet connections. video and photography areas have been specially constructed to accommodate our courses. the area’s distinct character is created in part by unique.” soho is walking distance from tribeca and greenwich Village. retail store. the school’s administrative office is staffed with dedicated student services personnel. R. which students can use to view and critique their work. and introduction MaKE -UP DEsIgN oRY NY 5 . MIssIoN statEMENt at Make-Up Designory (MUD). magazines and movies. and FacE stockholm are a few blocks away. a commercial grade printer and photocopier. administrative office. they are encouraged to incorporate them into more complex applications. our school is located in soho (south of houston). FacIlItY Make-Up Designory’s New York campus occupies a 5. and hairstyling equipment. student facility area. We teach the importance of research and preparation. this space is equipped with wardrobe and accessory props for student use during photo shoots. our classrooms. MUD’s address on West Broadway between spring and Broome streets places the school just steps from the anthropologie. and 6 trains within a few blocks of the school. MEthoDologY Make-Up Designory (MUD) courses are designed to maximize creativity and reinforce the skills that are required to work at a professional level in today’s make-up industry. Ralph lauren. with subway stations for the a. the main school area on the second floor of the building includes class space. the entire school is set up for wireless internet access. historical architecture. and tommy hilfiger retail stores. which has helped to strengthen New York’s reputation as an international hub for film. We are also committed to providing our customers with premiumquality products and unparalleled service. refrigerator. here. mixed in with lab work and assignments. and eating area. N. it is our mission to provide an exceptional experience for our students before. and which can also be used for classroom presentations and lectures. demonstrations and hands-on practice moves students from research to casting to a professional photo shoot. 1. By breaking down each application into individual elements. our students learn by doing and are able to get to work on the first day of class. W. Each classroom contains a high-definition television. stand-alone stores for major cosmetics brands like chanel. learning Resource center. It is available to students and graduates during school hours and on weekends. E. and offers materials that include cosmetics. we help students develop a strong foundation in each area of expertise. funky cafés and upscale restaurants. and administrative office are housed in a 19th century loft that features hundred year-old hardwood floors and tin ceilings. c.
or special Make-Up Effects 301. school-issued documents. the transferability of credits earned at Make-up Designory to another institution is at the complete discretion of the institution to which a student seeks to transfer. Multimedia Make-Up artistry. however. students are not required to purchase their supplies from the student store. Film and television Make-Up MaKE-UP KIts aND MatERIals Prior to the start of each class. this must be submitted with payment of the $100. Please see an admissions advisor for a list of approved translation services and service centers. special Make-Up Effects 201. Master’s. acceptance of the certificate earned in Beauty 101. depending upon whether students have already purchased.edu. Previously taken courses will be noted in the student’s file and the cost of the program will be prorated according to the number of hours being transferred. transcripts supplied as documentation must be original. MUD class size is limited. or Master Make-Up artistry is also at the complete discretion of the institution to which a students seeks to transfer. MUD offers a number of methods by which tuition can be paid and our Financial aid Department will assist each student in finding the method that best suits him or her. tuition for all courses require payment in full prior to the start of class. Beauty 201. For those students who have secured their own funding. or proof of matriculation in an accredited associate’s. courses that have been successfully completed with a grade of c or better and taken on either campus may be applied towards programs at either campus.ADMISSIONS ENRollMENt PRocEss In order to enroll in any Make-Up Designory (MUD) course of study. the actual total cost of materials may vary. he or she may be required to repeat some or all of the course work at that institution. programs require at least 50% of tuition to be paid prior to the start of class and the remaining balance to be paid at the midpoint of the program. admiSSionS MaKE-UP DEsI g No RY NY 6 . If the certificate or Diploma earned at MUD is not accepted at the institution to which the student seeks to transfer. In order to complete the enrollment process. For this reason. students are encouraged to enroll as soon as possible. In addition. students must first complete a student Registration Form. actual costs for materials will not exceed the approximations provided. this may include contacting an institution to which the student seeks to transfer after attending MUD to determine if the certificate or Diploma will transfer. or may be completed online at www. tRaNsFER oF cREDIt PolIcY Make-Up Designory will allow a transfer of credit between the los angeles and New York campuses.edu. each student will be furnished with a list of required textbooks and make-up materials. as well as proof of high school graduation (which includes a graduation date) or the equivalent. and availability is determined on a first-come.mud.00 registration fee. students in all courses must be 18 or have parental consent and must also be able to furnish proof of high school graduation or a gED. For this reason. students must return all signed enrollment agreements and supporting documents. We ask that the first tuition payment is made two weeks prior to the start of classes. first-served basis. student Registration Forms may be obtained at the administrative office or through an administrative advisor. MUD provides courses and training in English only. a detailed list of supplies needed for each class can be found at: supplies. or the Diploma earned in Fashion Make-Up artistry. at a minimum. 25% of the credits required for the program’s completion must be taken at the school awarding the Diploma.mud. any student who is providing documentation in a language other than English must have their documentation translated by an agency that has been approved by MUD. MUD courses and training are not available in additional languages. Beauty 301. the student should make certain that attendance at MUD will meet his or her educational goals. artistry. It is the student’s responsibility to purchase the required materials before the first day of class. or Doctoral program. Bachelor’s. or already own materials prior to registration. students must confirm that they have secured their finances to attend school.
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sept. this program can be taken by individuals in related fields who are seeking professional enhancement in their chosen area of employment. 18 aug. 9 – Nov. Fields requiring make-up artists with this type of training include. 30 – Nov. period-inspired hairstyles. but are not limited to: entertainment. students will learn how to start and manage their freelance careers. 3 . 12 Nov.08 PROGRAMS FashIoN MaKE-UP aRtIstRY PRogRaM Make-Up Designory (MUD) programs do not require any pre-requisites.00 registration fee for all programs. and Beauty 301. this course concentrates on the basic fundamentals of hairstyling. 13 – Jan.00 this program combines Beauty 101. for the student to use in his or her portfolio. high-definition television.Jun. fashion. Beauty 201. 3 – Feb. 20 Jun. 19 – oct. from simple blowdrying techniques to creating elaborate. and special events. advertising. In addition to tuition fees. to encourage learning by practice. A diploma is awarded for successful completion of any program. 2012 Nov. students will be required to complete make-up and hairstyle setups on professional models for a series of photo shoots. this course incorporates daily projects and skill-building sessions. this course prepares students for work in their selected fields of study through a series of challenging. 2 Jun. retail. Each setup will be captured digitally by a professional photographer. Programs are designed to provide comprehensive training in all aspects of the appropriate career fields.209. bridal. society. salon/spa. students are then asked to practice their skills with the guidance of the course instructor. Day sessions are 12 weeks long. as part of this course. as well as edgy and creative hair designs. 7.00 / make-up kitS & materialS: $2. 28 – Mar. eye and lip treatments. this course is designed to emphasize the skills and attention to detail required for beauty make-up application for film. the following course dates will be also be offered: proGramS MaKE-UP DEsI g No RY NY 8 . airbrush techniques. to give students a solid foundation in the skills required to work as a fashion make-up artist with hairstyling expertise. 29 apr. 2 Mar. each student must pay a $100. base matching. real-world projects. and are between the hours of 8:00 am and 4:00 pm. 21 – Jul. theatrical. this program is reviewed semiannually by our Program advisory committee to ensure that the techniques and materials being covered are representative of the industry. which are designed to simulate actual working environments. interactive presentations. students will be required to complete projects that range from natural make-up to avant-garde looks. 23 May 12 – aug.00 total (includinG reGiStration fee): $11.Mar. no matter what medium or industry he or she chooses. using hot tools and roller sets. 24 . 21 – Dec. students are required to complete hair and make-up projects. 20 oct. and retail cosmetics. 3 – aug. students will learn to create modern styles. 24. print photography. additionally. this program meets Monday through Friday and consists of 392 clock hours. BEAUTy 101: FUnDAMEnTALS OF BEAUTy MAKE-UP 210 clock hours This program consists of the following courses: Mastering the art of beauty make-up is an essential skill for any make-up artist. which relate to on-the-job experience. students will learn facial contouring using highlights and shadows. 8 Jan. as part of this course. 23 Jul. and the proper use of powder and cheek color. 2012 Mar. techniques are demonstrated through live.485. 2012 BEAUTy 201: STUDIO HAIRSTyLInG FOR THE MAKE-UP ARTIST 105 clock hours BEAUTy 301: BEAUTy LAB 77 clock hours Duration offerings If availability permits. 9 – Jun. 16 aug. 30 .624. correction and concealing techniques. 28 sept. tuition: $8. 14. 25 – apr. In addition to photo shoots. 15 – May 11 Jan. Maximum class size: 20 students Feb.
no matter what medium or industry he or she chooses. retail. airbrush techniques. as part of the course. 16 Nov. salon/spa. this program meets Monday through Friday and consists of 630 clock hours. to ensure that the techniques and materials being covered are representative of the industry. as well as seaming.00 total (includinG reGiStration fee): $17.450. to give students a foundation in the essential skills and techniques that are consistent with the criteria required for membership in the major make-up artist unions. with a focus on the details of prosthetic appliance development. 20 aug. 15 – Jun.00 / make-up kitS & materialS: $3. theatrical. at the end of this course students will design and create a character. and are between the hours of 8:00 am and 4:00 pm. bridal. techniques are first demonstrated through live. sculpture. painting. and applying prosthetic pieces. For class projects. but are not limited to: entertainment. Maximum class size: 20 students Feb.410. including the creation of simulated injuries and age make-ups and the application of effects like bald caps and facial hair. society. Day sessions are 18 weeks long. BEAUTy 101: FUnDAMEnTALS OF BEAUTy MAKE-UP 210 clock hours This program consists of the following courses: Mastering the art of beauty make-up is an essential skill for any make-up artist. with an emphasis on the fundamental elements of prosthetic application and special make-up effects. which will be captured in a photo shoot.00 this program combines Beauty 101. special Make-Up Effects 201 and special Make-Up Effects 301. 2012 SPECIAL MAKE-UP EFFECTS 201: CHARACTER MAKE-UP ARTISTRy 210 clock hours SPECIAL MAKE-UP EFFECTS 301: LAB TECHnIqUES 210 clock hours Duration offerings proGramS MaKE-UP DE sIg N oRY NY 9 . this program can be taken by individuals in related fields who are seeking professional enhancement in their chosen area of employment. the course takes students through all the phases of project conceptualization and prosthetic application. students will also learn a variety of special make-up effects skills. this course focuses on character development. students will learn prosthetic application. molding. students will be required to design and create a fully developed prosthetic character. additionally. and retail cosmetics. advertising. as part of this course. and the proper use of powder and cheek color. high-definition television. and special events. 28. this course is designed to emphasize the skills and attention to detail required for beauty make-up application for film. print photography. 23 May 12 – sept. students will learn facial contouring using highlights and shadows. this program is reviewed semiannually by our Program advisory committee. correction and concealing techniques. this program also provides students with the technical skills required to work as a technician in a special make-up effects lab. interactive presentations. students will be required to complete projects that range from natural make-up to avant-garde looks. students are then asked to practice under the guidance of the course instructor.860. formulation of foam latex and gelatin. special effects. including design.FIlM aND tElEVIsIoN MaKE-UP aRtIstRY PRogRaM tuition: $13. 9 – Dec. students will learn the techniques of professional make-up artists and will gain familiarity with traditional make-up. which will be captured in a photo shoot. base matching. Fields requiring make-up artists with this type of training include. students may create original prosthetics or may develop characters inspired by current film and television effects. eye and lip treatments. this course is designed to provide instruction in the lab and formulation techniques that are required to create contemporary film and television make-up effects. 3 – Mar. fashion. as well as new materials and tools.
Beauty 301. and special Make-Up Effects 201. from simple blowdrying techniques to creating elaborate. period-inspired hairstyles. with an emphasis on the fundamental elements of prosthetic application and special make-up effects. which are designed to simulate actual working environments. 25 – Jun. 18. 13 – Mar. interactive presentations. as part of this course. correction and concealing techniques. real-world projects. as part of this course. this course is designed to emphasize the skills and attention to detail required for beauty make-up application for film. 18 aug. theatrical. this program can be taken by individuals in related fields who are seeking professional enhancement in their chosen area of employment. this course focuses on character development. Beauty 201. Each setup will be captured digitally by a professional photographer. Fields requiring make-up artists with this type of training include. this program meets Monday through Friday and consists of 602 clock hours. techniques are demonstrated through live. this course concentrates on the basic fundamentals of hairstyling.244. 30 – Jan. retail. BEAUTy 101: FUnDAMEnTALS OF BEAUTy MAKE-UP 210 clock hours This program consists of the following courses: Mastering the art of beauty make-up is an essential skill for any make-up artist. 12 Nov. fashion and special events. 3 – oct. students will learn how to start and manage their freelance careers. this program is reviewed semiannually by our Program advisory committee. students will learn the techniques of professional make-up artists and will gain familiarity with traditional make-up. society. airbrush techniques. 2012 apr. Day sessions are 18 weeks long. but are not limited to: entertainment. 23. 7.944.MUltIMEDIa MaKE-UP aRtIstRY PRogRaM tuition: $13. and retail cosmetics. students will also learn a variety of special make-up effects skills.00 this program combines Beauty 101. students are required to complete hair and make-up projects.600. to encourage learning by practice. students will be required to complete make-up and hairstyle setups on professional models for a series of photo shoots. which relate to on-the-job experience. 29 oct. students will learn facial contouring using highlights and shadows. as well as new materials and tools. students will be required to complete projects that range from natural make-up to avant-garde looks. print photography. as well as edgy and creative hair designs. eye and lip treatments. additionally. using hot tools and roller sets. 9 – Jul. base matching. 21 – aug.00 total (includinG reGiStration fee): $16. 23 Mar. students will learn to create modern styles. bridal. 19 – Nov. and are between the hours of 8:00 am and 4:00 pm. students are then asked to practice their skills with the guidance of the course instructor. this course incorporates daily projects and skill-building sessions. which will be captured in a photo shoot. to give students a foundation in the essential skills and make-up artistry techniques that are consistent with the criteria required for membership in the major make-up artist unions and a solid foundation in the skills required to work as a fashion make-up artist with hairstyling expertise. and the proper use of powder and cheek color. 2012 Jun. at the end of this course students will design and create a character. for the student to use in his or her portfolio. no matter what medium or industry he or she chooses. 2 Jul. to ensure that the techniques and materials being covered are representative of the industry. advertising.00 / make-up kitS & materialS: $3. 2012 BEAUTy 201: STUDIO HAIRSTyLInG FOR THE MAKE-UP ARTIST 105 clock hours BEAUTy 301: BEAUTy LAB 77 clock hours SPECIAL MAKE-UP EFFECTS 201: CHARACTER MAKE-UP ARTISTRy 210 clock hours Duration offerings proGramS MaKE-UP DEsI g No RY NY 10 . In addition to photo shoots. high-definition television. including the creation of simulated injuries and age make-ups and the application of effects like bald caps and facial hair. Maximum class size: 20 students Jan. 28 – apr. this course prepares students for work in their selected fields of study through a series of challenging. special effects. salon/spa.
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as well as edgy and creative hair designs. this course incorporates daily projects and skill-building sessions. and retail cosmetics. Each setup will be captured digitally by a professional photographer. but are not limited to: entertainment. special effects. to encourage learning by practice. Fields requiring make-up artists with this type of training include. Beauty 201.839. to ensure that the techniques and materials being covered are representative of the industry. print photography. this course is designed to emphasize the skills and attention to detail required for beauty make-up application for film. and the proper use of powder and cheek color. as part of this course. salon/spa. the technical skills required to work as a technician in a special make-up effects lab. additionally. this course prepares students for work in their selected fields of study through a series of challenging. using hot tools and roller sets. correction and concealing techniques. for the student to use in his or her portfolio.00 total (includinG reGiStration fee): $21.00 this program combines Beauty 101. students will learn how to start and manage their freelance careers. period-inspired hairstyles. students will be required to complete make-up and hairstyle setups on professional models for a series of photo shoots.875. students will learn to create modern styles. airbrush techniques. bridal. special Make-Up Effects 201 and special Make-up Effects 301. which relate to on-the-job experience. interactive presentations. advertising. students will be required to complete projects that range from natural make-up to avant-garde looks. society. base matching. no matter what medium or industry he or she chooses. techniques are demonstrated through live. high-definition television. Beauty 301.00 / make-up kitS & materialS: $3. as part of this course. real-world projects. this program is reviewed semiannually by our Program advisory committee. retail. eye and lip treatments. from simple blowdrying techniques to creating elaborate.864. BEAUTy 201: STUDIO HAIRSTyLInG FOR THE MAKE-UP ARTIST 105 clock hours BEAUTy 301: BEAUTy LAB 77 clock hours proGramS MaKE-UP DE sIg N oRY NY 12 . this program can be taken by individuals in related fields who are seeking professional enhancement in their chosen area of employment. In addition to photo shoots. students are then asked to practice their skills with the guidance of the course instructor. fashion and special events. and a solid foundation in the skills required to work as a fashion make-up artist with hairstyling expertise. students will learn facial contouring using highlights and shadows.MastER MaKE-UP aRtIstRY PRogRaM tuition: $17. BEAUTy 101: FUnDAMEnTALS OF BEAUTy MAKE-UP 210 clock hours This program consists of the following courses: Mastering the art of beauty make-up is an essential skill for any make-up artist. which are designed to simulate actual working environments. theatrical. this course concentrates on the basic fundamentals of hairstyling. to give students a foundation in the essential skills and techniques that are consistent with the criteria required for membership in the major make-up artist unions. students are required to complete hair and make-up projects.
with an emphasis on the fundamental elements of prosthetic application and special make-up effects. formulation of foam latex and gelatin. 3 – Jun. this course is designed to provide instruction in the lab and formulation techniques that are required to create contemporary film and television make-up effects. which will be captured in a photo shoot. Maximum class size: 20 students Jan. and applying prosthetic pieces. painting. 3 – May 9. including the creation of simulated injuries and age make-ups and the application of effects like bald caps and facial hair. 23 Nov. 21 – Mar. Day sessions are 24 weeks long. 28. sculpture. students will also learn a variety of special make-up effects skills. the course takes students through all the phases of project conceptualization and prosthetic application. students may create original prosthetics or may develop characters inspired by current film and television effects. 2012 Mar. 16 sept. which will be captured in a photo shoot. students will learn the techniques of professional make-up artists and will gain familiarity with traditional make-up. students will learn prosthetic application. this program meets Monday through Friday and consists of 812 clock hours. 24 – Dec. with a focus on the details of prosthetic appliance development. students will be required to design and create a fully developed prosthetic character. as well as new materials and tools. as part of the course. as well as seaming. 2012 Duration offerings proGramS MaKE-UP DE sIg N oRY NY 13 . For class projects. 20 Jun. including design. and are between the hours of 8:00 am to 4:00 pm. at the end of this course students will design and create a character. molding. 30 – sept.13 SPECIAL MAKE-UP EFFECTS 201: CHARACTER MAKE-UP ARTISTRy 210 clock hours SPECIAL MAKE-UP EFFECTS 301: LAB TECHnIqUES 210 clock hours this course focuses on character development.
but are not accredited by accsc.830. and special Make-Up Effects 301 are available as careerenhancement courses. Please be advised that this course taken on a stand-alone basis is approved by the New York state Education Department (NYsED). In order to register for individual courses. we are committed to helping students select the courses of study that will best help them reach their occupational goals. airbrush techniques.030. this course meets Monday through Friday and consists of 210 clock hours. In addition. tuition: $4. no matter what medium or industry he or she chooses. students will be required to complete projects that range from natural make-up to avant-garde looks. high-definition television.00 / make-up kitS & materialS: $2. between the hours of 8:00 am to 4:00 pm. Please be advised that individual courses taken on a stand-alone basis are approved by the New York state Education Department (NYsED). students will learn facial contouring using highlights and shadows.00 for the first individual course that is taken. as part of this course.INDIVIDUAL COURSES & CONTINUING EDUCATION Make-Up Designory (MUD) offers students the option to take individual courses alone in order to expand a particular area of expertise. base matching. students taking stand-alone courses are not eligible for the Federal Financial aid and placement services that are offered to students and graduates of larger programs. Maximum Class Size: 20 students Duration individual courSeS & continuinG education MaKE-UP DEsI g No RY NY 14 . it is necessary that students consult with the admissions office in order to be sure that they have completed all required pre-requisites or have obtained the appropriate equivalent experience.00 BEaUtY 101: FUNDaMENtals oF BEaUtY MaKE-UP 210 clock hours Pre-requisites: NoNe Mastering the art of beauty make-up is an essential skill for any make-up artist.100. this course is designed to emphasize the skills and attention to detail required for beauty make-up application for film. special Make-Up Effects 201. students taking stand-alone courses are not eligible for the Federal Financial aid and placement services that are offered to students and graduates of larger programs. eye and lip treatments. Day sessions are 6 weeks long. students may have to demonstrate that they are working. In addition. prior to registration in an individual course. and retail cosmetics. certificates are awarded to students who successfully complete an individual course. at MUD. Please note the pre-requisite information listed for each course in its description. For this reason. MUD courses Beauty 201. this fee will be waived for any subsequent enrollments. print photography.00 total (includinG reGiStration fee): $7. Beauty 301. but is not accredited by accsc. Courses can also be taken by individuals in related fields who are seeking professional enhancement in their chosen area of employment. students must also furnish a one-time registration fee of $100. advertising. correction and concealing techniques. professional make-up artists that possess the skills required to enroll. and the proper use of powder and cheek color.
21 – Jun. 28 – Dec. 25 – Feb. 25 – Mar. which relate to on-the-job experience.00 total (includinG reGiStration fee): $2. 30 – apr. 24 – Jul.885. 13 – Nov. 14 Mar.00 / make-up kitS & materialS: $370. 21 – oct. 30 – sept.415. 30 – sept. 29 Jun. Day sessions are 3 weeks long.695. 3 – Jan. period-inspired hairstyles. 14 apr. this course incorporates daily projects and skill-building sessions. 2 aug. 13 – Nov. 8 May 12 – Jun. 15 – Mar. 21 – May 11 Jul. 21 – May 11 Jul. 16 Mar. 3 – Jul. 9 – aug. 9 – aug. In addition.855. 19 – aug. 16 Duration offerings BEaUtY 301: BEaUtY laB 77 clock hours Pre-requisites: BeAutY 101 ANd BeAutY 201 ANd/or equivAleNt exPerieNce tuition: $2. real-world projects. 9 – apr. 2 Jan. 8 sept. 12 Jan. 9 – Mar. 24 Mar. for the student to use in his or her portfolio. 8 oct. Maximum Class Size: 20 students Jan. Please be advised that this course taken on a stand-alone basis is approved by the New York state Education Department (NYsED). 28 – Dec. to encourage learning by practice. this course meets Monday through Friday and consists of 105 clock hours. 30 – oct. 3 – Nov. 30 – apr. 3 – Jan. 16 Duration offerings individual courSeS & continuinG education MaKE-UP DE sIg N oRY NY 15 .00 this course prepares students for work in their selected fields of study through a series of challenging. Each setup will be captured digitally by a professional photographer. 23 Mar. 3 – Nov. 2012 tuition: $2. 9 – Mar. 20 Nov. 18 sept. 2 aug. 23 Feb. 3 – Feb. In addition.00 / make-up kitS & materialS: $60. 29 May 12 – Jun. 8 May 12 – Jun. between the hours of 8:00 am and 4:00 pm. 20 Jun. 15 – Mar. using hot tools and roller sets. 3 – Jun. In addition to photo shoots. 21 – Nov. students taking stand-alone courses are not eligible for the Federal Financial aid and placement services that are offered to students and graduates of larger programs. 18 sept. 20 Nov. 21 – oct. 18 aug. 12 Nov. students will learn how to start and manage their freelance careers. between the hours of 8:00 am to 4:00 pm. 19 – aug.offerings BEaUtY 201: stUDIo haIRstYlINg FoR thE MaKE-UP aRtIst 105 clock hours Pre-requisites: BeAutY 101 ANd/or equivAleNt exPerieNce Jan. 15 – Mar. 8 apr. 2 Jul. 14 apr. 24. 2 Feb. 13 – Nov. students are required to complete hair and make-up projects. 23 Mar. 29 Jun. students taking stand-alone courses are not eligible for the Federal Financial aid and placement services that are offered to students and graduates of larger programs. 8 oct. 9 – sept. 20 Nov. students will learn to create modern styles. 24 – aug. students will be required to complete make-up and hairstyle setups on professional models for a series of photo shoots. 2 Feb. 3 – Dec. 3 – Jun. 23 aug. 12 Jan. 29 Nov. 24 – Jul. 30 – May 11 Jun. from simple blowdrying techniques to creating elaborate. which are designed to simulate actual working environments. 29 oct. 20 Jun. 19 – aug. 23 aug. this course meets Monday through Friday and consists of 77 clock hours. as well as edgy and creative hair designs. 29 Nov. but is not accredited by accsc. 28 – Jan. 24 Mar.00 this course concentrates on the basic fundamentals of hairstyling. Maximum Class Size: 20 students Jan. Please be advised that this course taken on a stand-alone basis is approved by the New York state Education Department (NYsED). 23 aug. as part of this course. but is not accredited by accsc. 25 – Feb. 20 Jun.00 total (includinG reGiStration fee): $2. Day sessions are 3 weeks long.
including design. 23 aug. 23 Mar. Day sessions are 6 weeks long. molding. which will be captured in a photo shoot. 8 oct. as well as seaming. at the end of this course students will design and create a character. 9 – apr. 3 – Dec. Please be advised that this course taken on a stand-alone basis is approved by the New York state Education Department (NYsED). Please be advised that this course taken on a stand-alone basis is approved by the New York state Education Department (NYsED). the course takes students through all the phases of project conceptualization and prosthetic application. 29 Nov. 28 – Jan.sPEcIal MaKE-UP EFFEcts 201: chaRactER MaKE-UP aRtIstRY 210 clock hours Pre-requisites: BeAutY 101 ANd/or equivAleNt exPerieNce tuition: $5. painting. between the hours of 8:00 am and 5:00 pm. 24 – aug.00 / make-up kitS & materialS: $890. 30 – oct. 3 – Jul. Maximum Class Size: 20 students Jan. 13 – Nov. For class projects. and applying prosthetic pieces. with a focus on the details of prosthetic appliance development.040.045. Maximum class size: 20 students Feb. students taking stand-alone courses are not eligible for the Federal Financial aid and placement services that are offered to students and graduates of larger programs. 2 aug.00 this course focuses on character development. 14 apr. 19 – aug. In addition. between the hours of 8:00 am and 4:00 pm. students will be required to design and create a fully developed prosthetic character. 15 – Mar. which will be captured in a photo shoot. students may create original prosthetics or may develop characters inspired by current film and television effects. 2012 sPEcIal MaKE-UP EFFEcts 301: laB tEchNIqUEs 210 clock hours Pre-requisites: BeAutY 101 ANd sPeciAl MAKe-uP eFFects 201 ANd/or equivAleNt exPerieNce tuition: $5. 20 Jun.00 total (includinG reGiStration fee): $6.00 total (includinG reGiStration fee): $6.030. but is not accredited by accsc. 20 Nov. 30 – May 11 Jul. Day sessions are 6 weeks long.670. formulation of foam latex and gelatin. as well as new materials and tools. 25 – Mar. 21 – Jun. 18 sept. 9 – sept.00 this course is designed to provide instruction in the lab and formulation techniques that are required to create contemporary film and television make-up effects. students will learn prosthetic application. but is not accredited by accsc.00 / make-up kitS & materialS: $275. as part of the course. 12 Jan. 29 May 12 – Jun. 3 – Feb. 2 Mar. In addition. students taking stand-alone courses are not eligible for the Federal Financial aid and placement services that are offered to students and graduates of larger programs. 16 Duration offerings individual courSeS & continuinG education MaKE-UP DEsI g No RY NY 16 . sculpture. including the creation of simulated injuries and age make-ups and the application of effects like bald caps and facial hair. Duration offerings this course meets Monday through Friday and consists of 210 clock hours. students will also learn a variety of special make-up effects skills. with an emphasis on the fundamental elements of prosthetic application and special make-up effects. 8 Jun. students will learn the techniques of professional make-up artists and will gain familiarity with traditional make-up. 23. 21 – Nov. this course meets Monday through Friday and consists of 210 clock hours.
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international students will be required to present valid proof of high school completion or a gED. this fee must be paid before the student appears at the U. they should notify their admissions advisor by phone or e-mail. once the student has paid the I-901 fee via the website.” This error will not change a student’s actual status. including I-20 documentation. and can be corrected. In order to register. students will be required to provide MUD with financial records. after a student has completed all of the necessary requirements. For more information pertaining to guidelines for specific countries. obtained at the administrative office.* after students have received their visas. school contracts. an admissions advisor can provide a list of approved translation services and service centers. financial and loan documents. international StudentS MaKE-UP DEsI g No RY NY ENRollMENt PRocEss 18 . Embassy for visa processing. after paying the fee. after a student receives the MUD enrollment package and I-20 document. at an american Port of Entry (airport. MUD recommends that students schedule their embassy appointments as far in advance as possible. he or she must pay a student and Exchange Visitor Information system (sEVIs) visa processing fee (I-901) of $200.com/index. and proof of payment of the I-901 sEVIs visa processing fee. edu). students should bring all necessary documents with them. the M-1 visa is for students only. MUD is authorized to issue I-20 documentation for M-1 visas for students who are enrolled at the school.s. In addition. seaport or border gate). state Department website: https:// www. international students must complete the MUD school student Registration Form.s.s. students who provide documentation in any language other than English will be required to have that documentation translated by an agency approved by MUD.s. as availability and time delays may vary by country. please contact an admissions advisor.fmjfee.00 U. the school’s I-20 document is only valid for an M-1 visa. they must next visit a U. these forms may be downloaded from our school website (www. We urge all students who have questions about their embassy appointments or about preparing for their trips to contact our admissions advisors. to establish that they will have sufficient funds to cover the cost of tuition. at the embassy.18 INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS stUDENt VIsas Make-Up Designory (MUD) is proud to welcome international students. an embassy clerk or Customs official may write “F-1” on the I-20 document instead of “M-1. he or she will need to furnish both a passport and I-20 documentation to *Please note: in certain cases. he or she will receive the I-20 documentation via mail.jhtml. or through an admissions advisor. and does not authorize external work experience.mud. In order to obtain I-20 documentation for an M-1 visa.s. Embassy. to let them know that they are ready to attend school. materials and living expenses during their stay in the United states. students should print and retain a receipt as proof of payment. and can only be provided for the period of time during which the student is registered at MUD. dollars through the U. along with the school’s I-20 application. students should have their I-20 documents and passports stamped and returned with the appropriate visa. once a student has arrived in the U.
• international students are required to contact mud if they have accepted a mud i-20. students who wish to do so may contact their admissions advisor for assistance.s. • Students may only possess an approved i-20 form from one school at a time. students are also accepting responsibility for residing and studying in accordance with the guidelines outlined below: • Students are required to carry their passports. this involves filling out an I-539 form.s. this is an I-94 document. MUD ADMInISTRATIVE OFFICE RESPOnSIBILITIES MUD is responsible for providing the following services to international students: • publishing the initial i-20 form • updating SeviS records after a student has arrived and checked in with his or her admissions advisor • reporting courses or program changes • reporting a leave of absence (loa) • reporting poor attendance and grades • reporting program completion M-1 VIsa sPEcIFIcs TRAnSFERRInG SCHOOLS OR ExTEnDInG VISAS It is important to note that the visa required to visit the United states is different from the visa required to attend a vocational school. mud is required by law to cancel the i-20 it has issued. By accepting the school’s contract and the I-20 in order to study in this country. Embassy for a vocational student. With an M-1 visa. please contact your admissions advisor for help completing a change of address (ar-11) form. the customs official will staple a small card into the passport.s. this visa will allow the student to study at MUD for a specific period of time. government if they move or change addresses during their stay.InTERnATIOnAL STUDEnT RESPOnSIBILITIES U. our admissions advisors can also help students request a school transfer (I-539). For any extension.s. the package will be addressed for return to the school. We realize that it may take students some time to get situated and adjust to new surroundings. at Make-Up Designory (MUD). but decide to attend another school. visas. the deadlines for transferring or extending the visa are quite limited. Upon completion of the course or program. we are only authorized to issue M-1 visas. MUD will be notified through the sEVIs database that the student has entered the U. however. We encourage students to contact their admissions advisor for more information. including a check for $300. Please note that the processing and approval of an M-1 visa will take a minimum of 45 days. and a related course of study. MUD’s admissions advisors can help students complete their paperwork and mail it to BcIs in laguna Niguel. a change of status application fee will apply. For your convenience. international StudentS MaKE-UP DE sIg N oRY NY 19 . california. customs. • Students are also required to notify mud and the u. a student must appear at the school and MUD must verify a student’s arrival in the sEVIs database within 10 days in order to avoid incurring problems with the student’s visa status. students who wish to extend their training or shorten their training periods should contact an admissions advisor. students are required to report to school no later than 10 days after arrival. the U. and receiving a new I-20 document.00. the student must leave the country within 30 days. Please note that the rules for transferring between schools mandate that an M-1 student can only transfer to another school with sEVIs-approved M-1 programs.S. this type of visa is specifically issued by an appropriate U. and i-20 documents with them at all times. government imposes many rules on international students. and must be kept in the passport at all times.
our admissions advisors are provided as a resource to our international students. students can pay their sEVIs fees and print a receipt at the sEVIs I-901 Processing Fee website: http://www. we encourage all students to review the bulletin boards posted in every classroom and in the student learning Resource center.usembassy.s. these postings include important and helpful information about our saturday workshop dates. and need to complete the aforementioned visa extension process. citizenship & Immigration website: http://www. In addition to perusing this catalog.s. Make-Up Designory (MUD) website: http://www. at MUD. and housing.s. government that the student is returning home. please visit the Usa Education guides website: http://www.fmjfee.SCHOOL BREAKS AnD HOLIDAyS Many MUD students return home during school breaks and holidays. and prepare for the challenges of their new careers. the admissions advisor will need to sign and date the student’s I-20 in order for him or her to regain entry into the U. students are also encouraged to contact MUD’s housing coordinator at: housing@mud. international students should notify their admissions advisor and inform him or her of their plans.com/i901fee/ GRADUATES MUD INtERNatIoNal stUDENt sERVIcEs INtERNatIoNal stUDENt caREER sERVIcEs gENERal INFoRMatIoN FoR INtERNatIoNal stUDENts international StudentS MaKE-UP DEsI g No RY NY 20 . MUD can help them plan. the school is required to update the sEVIs database and inform the U. transfers and travel. after a student has completed his or her course of study at MUD. including visa and passport questions. with any questions or problems they may encounter while researching accommodations. Prior to traveling home for short periods of time.s. students who wish to transfer or extend their stays after graduation should contact their admissions advisor prior to the completion of their classes. and other special events. please visit the U. and can help address any concern related to international study.mud. all M-1 students have a maximum of 30 days after graduation during which to make travel plans and return home.com/guidance For information about visas. Before students return to their home countries.usaeducationguides. HELPFUL LInKS FOR InTERnATIOnAL STUDEnTS students should visit the administrative office for bus and train schedules and general information about the surrounding community.gov/portal/site/uscis Prior to an embassy appointment.uscis. please visit the U.edu For information about embassies and consulates in most countries.gov For information about american culture and customs. organize.edu. transferring to and from other schools. Department of state website: http://www. utilizing public transportation. We are also pleased to offer our international students assistance with career planning through our career services Department. Professional Development lectures.
When modeling. and more. students are required to complete homework assignments in addition to daily class assignments. eating in class. In addition to these guidelines. We ask our students to treat their school environment like a working environment. these assessments provide instructors and students with a forum in which to meet and discuss areas of concern. When students are modeling. If a student is absent on the day homework is due. instructors. she will approach her assignment as though she is working on a real job. the instructor will provide him or her with a plan to help get caught up and additional practice or testing periods can be scheduled. students may also be asked to remove a facial piercing. this includes maintaining a high standard of courtesy and professionalism. this is why we work hard to maintain an atmosphere of respect and courtesy. tests or time are encouraged to do so while they are still attending class. Final grades are posted on a designated board located in one of the student areas no more than five business days after the course completion. we require all students to work and to model. If the student is missing assignments or tests or has missed class time. along with its due date. their faces are the artist’s canvas. and maintain proper personal and professional hygiene at all times. he or she may turn in the assignment for full credit on the first day back from the absence. In keeping with safety considerations. due to a course project or requirement. homework turned in on time will receive full credit.21 SCHOOL POLICIES RUlEs oF coNDUct at Make-Up Designory (MUD) we know that the students. a student will remain still and quiet. students must observe and abide by all of the rules set forth in our safety Manual. and administrators who meet together in our school today are the professionals who will be working together in the future. including cell phone usage. we ask that students refrain from wearing open-toed or platform-style shoes. and keeping the model’s clothing protected with a cover cloth. MUD students are also expected to maintain their workstations and classroom at a professional level of presentation. and will cooperate with the artist’s requests without dispensing opinions or advice. students are required to clean their equipment. homework turned in late will receive half credit. each instructor will outline any additional rules that are pertinent to his or her classroom. MUD students may dress casually. chewing gum. but are expected to maintain the same level of decorum that they would exhibit in a professional working environment. During a course. For this reason. on our campus. In order to maximize the learning process. students who are required to make up missed assignments. stations. keeping tools and the station clean. hands-on programs in a rigorous professional environment. and mirrors at the end of each day of class. a MUD instructor will provide each student with performance assessments. Each instructor will assign the homework. School policieS MaKE-UP DE sIg N oRY NY 21 . MUD conducts active. In addition. we ask that students remove all facial hair (excluding eyebrows). being aware of the model’s comfort and ability to breathe. When a student is the artist. Each MUD student must read and accept these written Rules of conduct.
If the student is terminated. students are allowed to miss 10% of a course or program. using the guidelines outlined below. lEttER gRaDE a B c D F W I PERcENtagE 90-100 80-89 70-79 60-69 59 and below Withdrawal Incomplete PoINt ValUE 4 3 2 1 0. including completed classes. MUD takes into account all grades and attended hours. If a student’s status falls below the minimum standards. or failure to meet financial obligations. with the station set up and ready for work at the beginning of each class (8:00 am for day students. and transferred hours.edu. Vaccination records are not required to attend. for violating the school’s published Rules of conduct. withdrawals. arriving late after lunch. students must avoid incurring absences and tardies. or possession of drugs or alcohol on school premises. When calculating saP.0 Not weighted attENDaNcE PolIcY gooD hEalth aND VaccINatIoN PolIcY gRaDINg PolIcY satIsFactoRY acaDEMIc PRogREss PolIcY 25 PERCEnT PROGRAM COMPLETIOn all MUD students are expected to maintain specific standards of satisfactory academic Progress (saP). however. all tardiness will be rounded up to the nearest hour. as graduation requirements are partially based on attendance. a student may be placed on a two-week probation or dismissed. selling. this includes arriving in class on time and being prepared for the day’s assignment. current classes. he or she will be notified in writing by the administration. MUD asks that students refrain from coming to school when in poor health as illness can spread quickly in tight quarters.0 0.DRUg VIolatIoN PolIcY at the discretion of the administration. so it is important to attend class when healthy so absences can be used for emergencies (this averages out to be one half day of class per week or one full day of class every 2 weeks). and his or her enrollment terminated. the Return of title IV Funds Policy. saP is evaluated at the 25 percent and 50 percent points of a student’s program. students must achieve a minimum standard of c (70%) in preceding course(s) and must have attended a cumulative 90 percent of the program hours. there are no excused absences and missed class time will be recorded. if applicable. and will be placed on academic advisement until the next evaluation period. and. please see the Financial aid office or refer to the school’s Financial aid website: finaid. violating local. School policieS MaKE-UP DEsI g No RY NY 22 . arriving late after a break. Eligibility for federal student aid may be affected if the student has a drug-related conviction but can be reinstated at an earlier date with the completion of an acceptable drug rehabilitation program. failed courses. a student’s saP report will be reviewed at each evaluation point. MUD students are expected to treat class responsibilities in a professional manner. all MUD courses use a standard grading scale. for more information. repeated courses. consuming. or leaving class early. 6:00 pm for evening students). state or federal law.mud. Violations include. administrator or faculty member. Please refer to the cancellation and Refund Policy. exhibiting disobedient or disrespectful behavior to another student. but MUD stresses the importance of routine vaccinations. grades of incomplete. a tardy is defined as arriving late for the start of class. students may still receive financial aid during the academic advisement period. at the 25 percent evaluation point based on scheduled program hours. For more information on federal student aid eligibility and/or acceptable drug rehabilitation programs. but are not limited to: being under the influence. MUD instructors and staff expect each student to be in the classroom. MUD will calculate a refund.
students must achieve a minimum standard of c (70%) in preceding course(s) and must have attended a cumulative 90 percent of the program hours.50 PERCEnT PROGRAM COMPLETIOn at the 50 percent evaluation point based on scheduled program hours. Beauty 301. the student may continue to attend classes at the school Director’s discretion. he or she must: • • • • achieve a grade of 70 percent (c) or better in each course attend 90 percent of the scheduled hours Satisfy all financial obligations to the school Satisfy all documentation obligations 100 PERCEnT PROGRAM COMPLETIOn ACADEMIC PROGRESS APPEALS gRaDUatIoN REqUIREMENts students enrolled in individual courses are required to complete their course with a grade gPa of 70 percent (c) or better and must attend a minimum of 90 percent of the scheduled course hours in order to graduate. a certificate shall be awarded. these circumstances may include. or termination. if the student has not met the minimum standards he or she may be terminated from the program. financial hardship. Beauty 201. students who have received notification that they are not meeting saP standards may appeal this decision by contacting the school Director in writing within three business days of his or her advisement. but are not limited to: illness. MUD will perform a second evaluation of the student’s progress.5 times their program length. the student may petition the school Director for an extension prior to the end of the 10 day period. If a student does not meet graduation requirements within the 10 day period. Upon School policieS MaKE-UP DE sIg N oRY NY 23 . the school Director will make a decision regarding the appeal within three business days of receipt. at the end of the probation period. a student that fails to meet the graduation requirements for his or her program must return immediately following their scheduled program end date and complete all missing program requirements within 10 business days. notice of probation. and are included when determining saP. In any and all situations. While the appeal is pending. InCOMPLETE / WITHDRAWAL / FAIL GRADES If the student’s appeal is approved. During this probation period. In order for a student to graduate.0. Withdrawal (W) and Fail (F) grades from a course will receive a point value of 0. In order to re-establish eligibility for financial aid. If a student’s status falls below the minimum standards. injury. after the second progress evaluation. or death of a relative. students enrolled in programs are required to complete each course that comprises the program with a grade 70 percent (c) or better in each course and must attend a minimum of 90 percent of the scheduled program’s hours in order to graduate. If the appeal is denied. Upon completion of these requirements. this written appeal should describe any circumstances that the student feels are worthy of further consideration. In order to graduate from a program. however. and special Make-Up Effects 301. students must complete each course in that program with a minimum standard of c (70%) in all courses and must have attended a cumulative 90 percent of the program hours. special Make-Up Effects 201. Federal financial aid is placed on hold and the student will remediate preceding course(s) until the minimum standard is met. these courses include: Beauty 101. students must achieve a minimum standard of c (70%) in preceding course(s) and must have attended a cumulative 90 percent of the program hours. the student’s status and his or her financial aid will be reinstated. students cannot exceed 1. financial aid will remain suspended. he or she will be notified in writing by the administration and will be placed on probation for a specified period of time. MUD will enforce the withdrawal policy. all appeals decisions are final. Incomplete (I) grades are not counted as part of a student’s grade point average and are therefore not included when determining saP.
students who do not report to the school within 10 days of their scheduled program end date to complete will be unofficially withdrawn from the school and the unofficial withdrawal policy will be applied. should a student fail to return to the school within the time allotted for the loa. students who wish to receive approval to repeat a course will be responsible for purchasing supplies for the repeated course. students that fail to meet the school’s graduation requirements for a course will receive a failing grade. the new grade will be used in calculating saP. students must return to the school and resume their courses at the point where they left off on or before the loa expiration date. or by picking it up at the school in person.5 times the original program length. REPEatINg coURsEs chaNgINg PRogRaMs lEaVE oF aBsENcE (loa) PolIcY School policieS MaKE-UP DEsI g No RY NY 24 . Please note that assignments turned in late without a legitimate excuse (e.5 percent time frame. a Diploma shall be awarded. these programs include: Fashion Make-Up artistry. Film and television Make-Up artistry. a student that fails to meet the graduation requirements for his or her program or course must return immediately following their scheduled end date in order to complete the minimum program requirements. certificates will be awarded to students who have completed the course requirements for which course they wish to receive a certificate. Duplicate certificates and Diplomas can be issued at an extra charge. In the event that a student is not able to attend class for an extended period of time. the leave shall expire and the student’s incomplete grade will be converted to a failure. Multimedia Make-Up artistry. Each student is responsible for completing a graduation application. tuition may be waived. on this application the student may decide how his or her name will appear on the Diploma or certificate. Diplomas will be awarded to students who complete the program requirements for which program they wish to receive a diploma. tests or time.g. the maximum loa or absences may not exceed 60 days. all missed assignments. students should make arrangements with their instructor prior to the scheduled end date to make up missed assignments. which must be granted by the school Director prior to the start date of that absence. students should be sure to indicate whether they wish to receive their Diploma or certificate by mail. tests and time must be documented accordingly.completion of these requirements. if the repeated course falls within the 1. grades and status will not be changed until the student meets the minimum standards required for graduation. also at the school Director’s discrition. Please note that the school Director may approve or deny the student’s loa request at his or her discretion. at the school Director’s discretion. he or she may apply for a leave of absence (loa). and Master Make-Up artistry. students may be permitted to repeat a course at the discretion of the school Director and/or the Director of Education. completion of these minimum requirements cannot exceed 1. If a student changes his or her educational program. students who fail to meet the school’s graduation requirements for a program receive a status of incomplete. loa applications are available at the MUD administrative office. the final grade for the repeated course can be averaged with the grade from the prior attempt at the course. absence) will only be given half-credit. only those courses that apply to the new program will be considered when determining saP.
administrator or faculty member. exhibiting disobedient or disrespectful behavior to another student. any balance due to the school as a result of withdrawal is due within 30 days of a student’s lDa. this date will be used when calculating the percent of the course or program that a student has completed. a student may be placed on a two-week probation or dismissed. consuming. students who owe a balance to the school must pay that balance before registering for future classes. in full. selling. students who request a refund within three days of signing the enrollment agreement will be refunded all monies paid to the school. state or federal law. With this in mind. DatE oF DEtERMINatIoN oFFIcIal aND UNoFFIcIal WIthDRaWals COnSEqUEnCES OF WITHDRAWAL PRoBatIoN aND tERMINatIoN PolIcY caNcEllatIoN aND REFUND PolIcY School policieS MaKE-UP DE sIg N oRY NY 25 . If the student is terminated. the Return of title IV Funds Policy. and may be terminated from the school. all MUD students are expected to maintain specific standards of satisfactory academic Progress (saP) and meet the school’s attendance policies. students who fail to meet these standards will be placed on probation. students who “officially Withdraw” will receive a grade of “W” for all courses not completed. for more information. for violating the school’s published Rules of conduct. the registration fee becomes non-refundable.s. If the student does not notify the school of his or her intent to withdraw. students who do not notify the administrative office in writing of intent to withdraw from the school and are absent from classes with no contact for more than 10 business days are considered to be “Unofficially Withdrawn. the date of determination is 10 business days after the student’s last day of attendance. Federal grant recipients who withdraw from their programs prior to completing 60 percent of the payment period may owe a repayment to the U. Department of Education. after the three days have elapsed. at the discretion of the administration. this three-day period shall not begin until the student arrives at the school for the first time. including the registration fee. or failure to meet financial obligations. a student is considered to be “officially Withdrawn” from the school when he or she notifies the administrative office in writing of his or her intent to terminate a program. it is important to note that title IV recipients who withdraw from their programs may become liable for unpaid institutional charges that are due to the school. but are not limited to: being under the influence. and the enrollment terminated. Violations include. MUD will calculate a refund. the date of determination is defined as the date on which a student notifies the school of his or her decision to cancel or withdraw from a course or program. If a student has not physically visited the campus. if applicable. MUD is committed to the success of our students. It is our Financial aid office’s intent to inform federal aid recipients to seriously consider the implications of the Return of title IV Funds Policy. and.” students who “Unofficially Withdraw” will receive a grade of “F” for all courses not completed. Please refer to the cancellation and Refund Policy. violating local. and to helping students stay in school and reach their educational goals.last DaY oF attENDaNcE a student’s last day of attendance is defined as the last date of academic attendance listed on the school’s attendance records. We urge students who are having difficulty in their classes to seek assistance from their instructors. or possession of drugs or alcohol on school premises.
the failure of a student to notify the school Director in writing of withdrawal may delay refund of tuition due pursuant to section 5002 of the NYsED Education law. the school will notify the student by regular mail that he or she has twelve days from the letter’s mailing date to confirm or deny his or her withdrawal. the following policy applies to students who are enrolled in Beauty 101.should a student cancel his or her enrollment agreement after the three-day period has elapsed. Beauty 201. the school will issue an appropriate refund of all charges. If termination occurs: 0-15 percent of the program 16-30 percent of the program 31-45 percent of the program 46-60 percent of the program after 60 percent of the program School may keep: 0% 25% 50% 75% 100% MInI-PROGRAM REFUnD POLICy (c) the refund due to the student may be more than what is stated above if the accrediting agency’s refund policy results in a greater refund. special Make-Up Effects 201. tuition liability will be determined by the percentage of the program that the student has completed. and special Make-Up Effects 301: (a) a student who cancels within seven days of signing the enrollment agreement. Payment of tuition as of the student’s last date of physical attendance in the course classroom. MUD has established and maintains a refund policy that incorporates both the New York state Education Department’s (NYsED) Regulations and the U. should MUD cancel or discontinue a course or educational program. a student will be liable for: 1. with the exception of the non-refundable registration fee. the student will be charged for all days up to and including the lDa. the non-refundable registration fee. plus: 3. shall receive all monies returned to him or her. *For more information about calculating this date. School policieS MaKE-UP DEsI g No RY NY 26 . he or she will be deemed to have withdrawn. the UsDoE policy uses the student’s last Day of attendance (lDa) and calculates a pro-rata refund. Department of Education (UsDoE) policy. or. (b) thereafter. all refunds will be paid within 30 days of the Date of Determination. the cost of any textbooks or supplies that he or she has accepted. In accordance with both state and Federal rules. any refund due to a student shall be paid by the school within forty-five days of the date upon which the student withdraws from his or her program. but prior to the start of instruction.s. 2. minus the amount of the registration fee. If the student does not notify the school within the twelve-day period. the NYsED has established a series of refund rules based upon the period and scope of the educational programs offered. For the purposes of this policy. the student will have the right to a full refund of all charges paid. If a student has failed to attend classes for a period of thirty calendar days. both refund policies are applied and the policy that gives the student a greater refund is used.* MUD will also refund payments collected from a third party. plus. all refunds will be paid within 30 days of the cancellation date. pursuant to subparagraph two of NYsED §5002(g). students who have completed 60 percent or less of their program are eligible for a refund. (ii) the date on which the student is deemed to have withdrawn. but before instruction begins. such date shall be the earliest of: (i) the date on which the student gives written notice to the school. please see Date of Determination Policy. Beauty 301.
he or she will be deemed to have withdrawn. School policieS MaKE-UP DE sIg N oRY NY 27 . For the purposes of this policy. they have earned 30 percent of the assistance they were originally scheduled to receive in that payment period. with the exception of the non-refundable registration fee. a student will be liable for: 1. during the payment period. and Master Make-Up artistry Program: (a) a student who cancels within seven days of signing the enrollment agreement. any refund due to a student shall be paid by the school within forty-five days of the date upon which the student withdraws from his or her program. Multimedia Make-Up artistry Program. For example. first Quarter If termination occurs: Prior to or during the first week During the second week During the third week During the fourth week after the fourth week Subsequent Quarters If termination occurs: During the first week During the second week During the third week after the third week School may keep: 0% 25% 50% 75% 100% School may keep: 25% 50% 75% 100% (c) the refund due to the student may be more than what is stated above if the accrediting agency or federal refund policy results in a greater refund. If the student does not notify the school within the twelve-day period. RETURn OF TITLE IV POLICy the U. plus: 3. 2. (b) thereafter. such date shall be the earliest of: (i) the date on which the student gives written notice to the school. if students complete 30 percent of the payment period. total tuition liability is limited to the quarter during which the student withdrew or was terminated. or. plus. Department of Education has established the Return of title IV Funds (R2t4) Policy to determine the amount of federal student aid earned when a student withdraws prior to completing his or her program. Payment of tuition as of the student’s last date of physical attendance in the course classroom. the cost of any textbooks or supplies that he or she has accepted. If a title IV Funds recipient withdraws during a payment period. the percentage of title IV aid earned is determined by dividing the number of clock hours scheduled for completion during the payment period as of the date of withdrawal. the school will notify the student by regular mail that he or she has twelve days from the letter’s mailing date to confirm or deny his or her withdrawal.s. but before instruction begins. once a student has completed more than 60 percent of the payment period. by the total number of clock hours in the payment period. as well as any previous quarters that were completed. It includes title IV aid that was disbursed.qUARTER PROGRAM REFUnD POLICy the following refund policy applies to students who are enrolled in the Fashion Make-Up artistry Program. shall receive all monies returned to him or her. the amount of title IV assistance that the student has earned up to that point is determined on a pro-rata basis. (ii) the date on which the student is deemed to have withdrawn. Film and television Make-Up artistry Program. through 60 percent of the payment period. the non-refundable registration fee. pursuant to subparagraph two of NYsED §5002(g). he or she has earned all of the title IV funds due for the payment period. tuition liability will be determined by the number of quarters in the program. the R2t4 policy applies to title IV recipients. or aid that could have been disbursed. If a student has failed to attend classes for a period of thirty calendar days.
We do not accept returns on any hair products. Funds will be returned in the following order: • • • • • • • • unsubsidized federal Stafford loan Subsidized federal Stafford loan unsubsidized direct Stafford loan Subsidized direct Stafford loan federal pluS loan direct pluS loan federal pell Grant federal Supplemental educational opportunity Grants (fSeoG) REFUnD DISTRIBUTIOn MUD shoP REFUND PolIcY statE stUDENt tUItIoN REcoVERY FUND (stRF) Make-Up Designory gladly accepts returns of unused cosmetics within 10 days of purchase date. If the student fails to respond within the 45-day time frame. 32nd street. Written appeals will be reviewed and evaluated by the school Director.s. these funds are available to provide students with the opportunity to pursue their education at another institution. the student has 45 days to respond to the notice that he or she owes an overpayment. please visit the MUD school Director. DEPARTMEnT OF EDUCATIOn students who withdraw prior to receiving their federal funds may be entitled to a postwithdrawal disbursement. students withdrawing from class have 20 days from the withdrawal date to return merchandise in the above stated condition. NY 10001 212-643-4760 DEFINItIoN oF clocK hoURs DIscIPlINaRY aPPEals PRocEss MUD defines a clock hour as 50 minutes. students must bring a copy of the withdrawal paperwork and original receipt with their return. that student will receive a letter notifying him or her of this debt within 30 days after determination of the withdrawal. a refund will be issued for credit transactions to the original card. vocational schools in the state of New York must provide funds to the state tuition Recovery Fund.PROCEDURE FOR nOTIFyInG STUDEnTS OF REPAyMEnTS OWED TO THE U. in the event that their current school closes for any reason. these students must meet current required conditions for a late disbursement within the allotted eligibility period. the appeal must be received within 30 days of the initial action. and must include all information relevant to the School policieS MaKE-UP DEsI g No RY NY 28 . based upon their annual tuition earnings. For additional information about this program. the student must either repay the amount in full to the school or make satisfactory payment arrangements with the Department of Education to repay the amount. and student material card sales. Inquiries regarding the State Student Tuition Recovery Fund should be directed to: New York state Education Department Bureau for Proprietary school supervision 116 W. 5th Floor New York. or fails to make payment arrangements. that student will lose his or her eligibility to receive future federal financial aid at any institution. Make-Up Designory (MUD) will return unearned title IV funds no later than 45 days from the date of determination that the student has withdrawn. If it is determined that a student owes a repayment of grants to the U. fails to repay the overpayment. Department of Education. MUD students have the right to appeal any disciplinary action in writing. Returns must be accompanied by the original receipt and products must be in original packaging and condition. check.S. to ensure that they are readily available to protect the interests of the residents of the state of New York. In accordance with the laws and regulations of NYsED §5007. tuition Recovery Funds are maintained and supervised by the Bureau of Proprietary school supervision. store credit will be issued for all cash. In order to qualify.
students will be notified by the nearest faculty or staff member. all faculty and staff members are appropriately trained in emergency procedures. Directory information is defined as information that is not generally considered to be harmful or an invasion of privacy. or administrator.edu.mud. at MUD. MUD distributes an annual campus security report to current students and employees. a faculty member will evacuate his or her classroom and ensure all students are out and moving to the nearest exit. it is incumbent upon the instructor to bring the matter to the immediate attention of the school Director.coMPlaINt PolIcY event or situation that resulted in the disciplinary action. this public report can be accessed on the school’s Financial aid website: finaid. to establish a student’s rights to inspect and review his or her educational records. students will be allowed back into the building once it is safe to return. Make-Up Designory (MUD) has established designated directory information in the school’s student records. we recommend that they bring those complaints to a staff member. receipt of certificate or diploma. We also strive to keep parents well informed about our campus security. For more information on the school’s fire safety and other campus emergency procedures and our annual fire safety report. student records and personal information beyond that which is classified as directory information may not be released without the express. the school’s evacuation procedure will be followed. legal guardian. who is responsible for investigating and resolving all student complaints.g. evacuate everyone who is able. the school Director shall resolve the complaint in compliance with MUD’s student complaint Procedures. we strongly encourage our students to bring complaints to the attention of their instructors. In case of an emergency. then contact either the school Director or one of the owners of the company. Emergency exit maps are posted in areas accessible to students. to review these guidelines. all students are to follow given instructions immediately. this may include. a faculty or staff member is to contact emergency personnel if the situation requires it. and courses of study. in situations of significant emergencies or dangerous situations. Upon receipt of the appeal. please visit the office of the school Director. and to provide guidelines for the correction of inaccurate and misleading data through informal and formal hearings. enrollment status (e. In situations where the school is evacuated. he or she should leave that person behind. a parent. graduate or full-time). Whenever possible. please refer to the school’s website. For these reasons. and contact emergency personnel once safe of the situation. Upon hearing a student’s complaint. instructor. dates of attendance. we are always receptive to suggestions and ideas from our students. FERPa is a federal law designed to protect the privacy of educational records. If someone comes across a person that is too injured to move. should our students have complaints of any nature about the school. It is every faculty and staff member’s responsibility to ensure the safety of the students. this school’s directory information includes students’ names. once safely out of the building. FaMIlY EDUcatIoNal RIghts aND PRIVacY act (FERPa) caMPUs sEcURItY PolIcY aND cRIME statIstIcs caMPUs EMERgENcY PRocEDUREs aND FIRE saFEtY EVACUATIOn PROCEDURE School policieS MaKE-UP DE sIg N oRY NY 29 . written consent of the student. Each student will be required to complete a release form that grants authorization to a specific person or persons to whom information beyond directory information may be released. but is not limited to. or co-borrower. however. Upon determination of the situation. In accordance with FERPa guidelines. the school Director shall issue a written response within 30 days. MUD is committed to providing students with a safe and secure environment. all members of the school community must default to city and local officials’ instructions. the first faculty or staff member to exit the building is charged with preventing anyone from re-entering the building.
students under 18 will list a parent or guardian as this person of contact. School policieS MaKE-UP DEsI g No RY NY 30 . adjustments are made to the curriculum on a yearly basis after comment is provided. or classmates. local officials may also be notified should the administration deem appropriate. contact will be attempted again by administration. Please direct all inquiries to: accrediting commission of career schools and colleges 2101 Wilson Blvd. the current rate can be accessed on the school’s Financial aid website: finaid.. it must be submitted in writing. and must include permission from the complainant(s) for the commission to forward a copy of the complaint to the school for a response. If a student feels that the school has not adequately addressed a complaint or concern.MIssINg PERsoNs PolIcIEs aND PRocEDUREs students who are missing from class for three days and have no contact with the school or classmates are contacted by the administrative offices after teacher notification. after the complaint has been submitted. a Professional advisory committee reviews the curriculum twice a year. students are given two days to respond. students who live in on campus housing may be subject to an expedited timeline should he or she be absent from class and not seen or heard from by roommates. first-time students who completed their programs within 150 percent of normal time for completion. the commission will keep the complainant(s) informed with regard to the status of the complaint. if there is still no contact from the student. this rate does not represent the success rate of the entire student population. as well as the final resolution. the student will be considered “missing” and his or her designated emergency contact will be notified. Va 22201 703-247-4212 students may obtain a copy of the commission’s complaint Form at the school by contacting carmen hendrickson. Expedited timelines will also be in effect if an immediate threat or danger is suspected. In order for a complaint to be considered. administration. stUDENt RIght to KNoW PlaNs FoR acaDEMIc IMPRoVEMENt schools accredited by the accrediting commission for career schools and colleges (accsc) must have in place a procedure and operational plan for handling student complaints. school Director. the Professional advisory committee consists of industry professionals and employers who can provide an informed critique. In compliance with the student Right to Know and campus security act of 1990 (Public law 101-542). If a total of five days have passed and there has been no contact with the student from faculty. suite 302 arlington. to ensure that the techniques and materials being covered are representative of the industry.edu. it is policy to make available our completion rate for full-time. he or she may consider contacting the accsc. For specific changes to the upcoming school year. this person is elected by the student and is listed on the student Permanent Information Record.mud. MUD consistently strives to provide the best education in make-up artistry to our students. please see the school’s website. collected on the first day of class.
New York. or may stop by the administrative office located at: 375 West Broadway. MUD’s student services Department is always available to assist students and graduates with questions about housing. and other concerns.31 STUDENT SERVICES the faculty and staff at Make-Up Designory (MUD) continually strive to provide our students with the utmost in services and support. While the school Director is primarily responsible for this department. financial assistance. suite 202. NY 10012. Individual department contact information is available in the front cover of this catalog. academics. DIREctoRY oF INFoRMatIoN SERVICES AnD SUPPORT academic advising address changes admissions Information attendance Information Billing Information career advising certificate or Diploma Inquiries compliance coordination cosmetic company Discount letter course or Program changes Enrollment Verification letter Financial assistance graduate Employment assistance housing I-20 and Visa Inquiries leave of absence loan Deferment certification teacher Reference letter transcript Request tuition and Payments tutorial services Veteran’s Benefit Information Withdrawal from Program or course PLEASE VISIT lead Instructor Registrar admissions Registrar/Instructors accounting career services Registrar school Director Registrar admissions Registrar Financial aid career services admissions Registrar/admissions school Director Financial aid Instructors Registrar accounting school Director/lead Instructor Financial aid/school Director admissions Student ServiceS MaKE-UP DE sIg N oRY NY 31 . students may contact student services by phone at: 212-925-9250. career advisement. student services are shared among the entire administrative staff.
you may find information on financial assistance to support your learning by visiting: www. United states code. the student’s income. but not limited to: the program a student is pursuing. For many students. the Financial aid office is open from Monday through Friday. the career training smart option student loan helps students save money. TUITIOn students enrolling at MUD are responsible for meeting the financial commitments required in order to attend school. complete a free FaFsa application online at: www.edu. pay off their student loan faster. Detailed information on available financial aid assistance. applying for aid is a multi-step process. then he or she will have the responsibility to repay the full amount of the loan plus interest.mud. federal financial aid only offsets a portion of their educational expenses. VETERAnS’ BEnEFITS MUD is approved by the New York state Division of Veterans’ affairs for the training of veterans and eligible persons under the provisions of title 38.edu. If the student has received federal student financial aid funds. in order to help find a financing option that is best suited for each student. less the amount of any refund. For citizens of the UK. he or she is entitled to a refund of the moneys not paid from federal student financial aid program funds. Please contact us for more information. MUD understands that financing an education can be one of the most complex issues that students face. the kind of aid a student can receive will be dependent upon several factors. to apply. MUD is ready to assist any agency in evaluating our qualifications to be recognized as a viable vendor. including. including school codes.mud. If a student obtains a loan to pay for an educational program. Prospective students from other countries should contact the Ministry of Education or Department of Education of their native government. and instruct prospective students about how to apply.fafsa. this approval is for Non-college Degree (NcD) Programs under title 38. For this reason. please visit: salliemae. the school provides a written brochure for all service members and their families that offers details of the Veterans’ Benefits Program.uk/adultlearning or contact 0800 100 900. 8:00 am to 5:00 pm. the enrollment process is not complete until a student can confirm that he or she is financially capable of covering the costs of school FEDERAL FInAnCIAL AID FInAnCIAL AID FOR InTERnATIOnAL STUDEnTS Student ServiceS MaKE-UP DE sIg N oRY NY 32 .ed. the primary purpose for financial aid is to provide assistance to students who may not be able to afford to attend classes through their own means. and any contributions from the student’s family. additional assistance and updates can be found at MUD’s Financial aid website: finaid. Federal aid is available for qualified students who are enrolled in eligible programs.direct. at MUD. MUD highly recommends that all students take advantage of any federal aid for which they may be eligible.gov. Many of these agencies provide financial assistance to individuals who wish to study abroad. Prospective students should be sure to select the campus at which they intend to enroll for correct information.FINaNcIal sERVIcEs the Make-Up Designory (MUD) Financial aid Department can provide information and assistance to students concerning a variety of finance options for their education.gov. the MUD Financial aid office can explain the types of aid available. particularly in career fields for which training is not readily available in their home country. can be found on the school’s Financial aid website: finaid. PRIVATE STUDEnT LOAnS the career training smart option student loan is an ideal solution for families that have a gap when it comes to funding their student’s education. offer advice regarding the advantages of different programs. MUD’s Financial aid staff is available for all students and families who would like to discuss their financing options. to apply.com/ctsmartloan. and build credit.
and taxis that leave directly from the airports. If students prefer to pay for materials up front along with tuition. including albany. If an unclaimed refund remains on the student’s account at the time of his or her graduation. If a student requires a refund check. outlying boroughs. trains. Make-Up Designory (MUD) has put together a list of places where students can begin their searches for housing options. the student will be given a credit in the form of a student Materials card. MUD strongly recommends that students begin their housing searches well in advance of beginning school.00 per month to rent a space. and major credit cards. the city. laguardia. students may be able to secure spaces in garages that are owned by larger management companies. STORE CREDIT hoUsINg aND tRaNsPoRtatIoN For those coming from a distance.000. amtrak also offers frequent departures to other cities. Boston.PAyMEnT registration. Metropolitan New York city is one of the most expensive places to live in the United states. and communities across the river in New Jersey are well served by a number of subway. which are separate from school charges. Providence. Please make all checks payable to Make-Up Designory. in order to ensure that they have given themselves enough time to secure acceptable housing. once the check has cleared (approximately one week). students who require financial assistance with their tuition are encouraged to contact the Financial aid office as soon as possible. Philadelphia. Montreal. he or she should visit the main administration building and fill out a Refund Request form. and JFK. please see the Transportation Resources section of this Catalog. Rutland.00. *For more information about travel to and from. MUD accepts business or personal checks. students must also demonstrate that they can cover the mandatory costs of make-up kits and materials.* students who intend to bring their own cars should be aware that daily parking is extremely challenging in New York city. and monthly parking is limited and expensive. When beginning the housing search. commuter train. tuition. We also accept cash. and many more. New York is also a hub for amtrak railroad services. please note that it is included when writing the check. Washington Dc. we currently accept vouchers from Vocational and Educational services for Individuals with Disabilities (VEsID) and Veterans’ affairs (Va) benefits. cashier’s checks. MUD will issue a student Materials card for purchase of supplies at the MUD shop. but should allow enough time for checks to clear. Payments for supplies are considered separate from tuition payments. traveler’s checks. students may access the city via a number of shuttles. as well as within New York City. such garages charge approximately $275. In addition. please note that there are many easy and accessible public transportation commuter options to and from the island of Manhattan. which can be used to purchase supplies in the MUD shop. tuition for all courses and programs is due in full two weeks prior to the first day of class. and should be payable directly to the MUD student store. Student ServiceS MaKE-UP DE sIg N oRY NY 33 . students can call the administrative offices to see if their student Materials card is available for pick up. but strongly discourage any cash payments in excess of $1. students receiving financial aid assistance or third party funding for supplies may have their funds sent directly to the school. money orders. a refund check will automatically be issued to the appropriate party in order to close the student’s account.00 – $600. and commuter bus lines. New York city is served by three major airports: Newark. students need to plan ahead. and available housing can be scarce. and supplies. trains arrive in Penn station. to help students traveling from other states and regions make an easy transition to New York city.
.com SHORT-TERM HOUSInG RESOURCES MUD also recommends that students review the following extended-stay facilities for short-term housing options.rent-direct. NY 718-844-5300 www.gershwinhotel. the Gershwin hotel offers accommodations for a maximum stay of two weeks. educational housing Services offers 24-hour building security and fully furnished rooms at 11 different locations within the city.craigslist. Please note that occupancy must fall within their established schedules.org www. the de hirsch residence at the 92nd street Y offers furnished rooms and an on-site fitness facility that is available for an additional fee. 800-259-6914 www. pace university Summer conference accommodations offer 24-hour building security and fully furnished rooms to individuals 18 years of age and older. candlewood Suites offers special discounts to MUD students. New York. NY 212-415-5660 www.com www.com New York apartments New York sublets Rent-Direct www. 21 2nd Street.nystudenthousing. Sara’s new york homestay offers furnished.com www.com 6. Please note that occupancy must fall within their established schedules. 1395 Lexington Ave. shared apartments at locations that vary based upon availability.92y. housing is only available between June and mid-august. South Street Seaport 212-346-1015 Please contact the Associate Director of Auxiliary Services at Pace 5.candlewoodsuites. no fee sites membership required for access Beds in the city sublets craig’s list citirents citylease. at locations all over the city.com www.citylease.com/newyork www.sublet. Jersey City.metroroomates.com college sublease MetroRoomates. Brooklyn.org 2.collegesublease.studenthousing.org 3. 212-564-5979 www.com www.com For students and non-students: 4. and may only be available to students while they are enrolled in school. 800-297-4694 www. Please note. (at 92nd Street). For students only: 1. 1.com 2. NY 212-545-8000 www.bedsinthecity. 385 MacDonald Ave. Please note that some options are only available at certain times during the year.com Student ServiceS MaKE-UP DE sIg N oRY NY 34 .oakwood.citirent. oakwood apartments also extends special offers to MUD students. New York.com www. ny Student housing offers 24-hour building security and fully furnished rooms. NJ www.com WEB RESOURCES We also encourage students to review the following websites for additional information about available apartment rentals and sublets.yourstay.sarahomestay.HOUSInG RESOURCES the following listings include housing options that students may contact on their own. 7 East 27th Street (at 5th Ave.com www. check the “MUD” link on their home page.).
).).centralparkhostel. we recommend that students review travel books like the Not For Tourists Guide to New York City. 20th street (near 8th ave. 24th street (between lexington and 3rd aves.americandreamhostel.).com www. its boroughs.hostelnewyork.hostels. NY 212-260-9779 www. New York. NY 212-932-1600 www.).com american dream hostel 168 E.org Jazz on the park hostel 36 W. NY 212-678-0491 www.Brokers’ fee sites HOSTELS General hostelling websites citi habitats cityPad Real Estate Rentals Manhattan apartments Inc. 104th street).) 212-724-6642 manhattan hostel (a. maps of the city.manhattanapts. www. NY 212-302-2603 www.com www. 74th street (between central Park West and columbus ave. New York. 29th street (between 8th and 9th aves. this book also includes sightseeing information. 106th street (at central Park West).hinewyork.hostelplanet.). New York.com central park hostel 19 W.citi-habitats. New York.com Joselow house hostel 46 W. (at W.jazzhostels. New York.com www. NY hostelling international 891 amsterdam ave. Information is updated annually and structured on a neighborhood-by-neighborhood basis. NY 212-932-2300 www. In order to get acclimated to New York city before arriving. 103rd street (at Manhattan ave. New York. 45th street (between 6th and 7th aves.bigapplehostel. NY 212-647-0100 columbus Studios hostel 106 W.).com chelsea center 313 W.com TRAnSPORTATIOn RESOURCES New York city is served by a wide range of public transportation options. 83rd street (between columbus and amsterdam aves. New York. this is a great resource for getting around the city. New York. and the subway system. published by Not For tourists. Student ServiceS MaKE-UP DE sIg N oRY NY 35 . students can access in-depth information about traveling into and out of New York on the websites listed below. Big apple hostel) 119 W.k.a. NY 212-643-0214 chelsea international 251 W.com http://citypadrealestate.com/rentals www.
R.3(j) of the regulation under section 504 of the Rehabilitation act of 1973.mta. sexual orientation or national origin.html www. color. Discounts are available for weekly and monthly tickets.gmcparking. For schedules. C.com students may also travel to and from New Jersey via Port authority trans hudson (Path) buses. www.panynj.parking.info/nyct Please note. please visit: www. parts of queens. student discounts are available on monthly fares.gov/CommutingTravel/airports/html/laguardia.impark.hopstop. trains and ferries.lirr. Z. disability.com www.com COMMUTInG RESOURCES hopStop is a website that will plan your trip using public transportation.36 LOnG-DISTAnCE TRAVEL RESOURCES airports JFK airport laguardia airport Newark airport trains amtrak www. may apply for admittance into the program.njtransit. applicants who are persons with disabilities.mta. N. the lIRR includes eight train lines that service long Island. www.info/mnr central Parking systems garage Management company Icon Parking systems Imperial Parking services www.com www.html www. the school will work with the applicant or student to determine whether reasonable accommodations can be effective and/or are available. the train lines/stations that are closest to the school include: C.panynj.gov/CommutingTravel/airports/html/kennedy. W at Prince Street J. as defined in paragraph 104. 6 at Canal Street From Long Island: take the long Island Railroad (lIRR) to Penn station. this service includes five train lines that serve connecticut and parts of upstate New York that are east of the hudson River.panynj.panynj.com PARKInG RESOURCES aMERIcaNs WIth DIsaBIlItIEs act PolIcY Make-Up Designory does not discriminate in admission or access to our courses or programs on the basis of age. the school Director is responsible for coordinating compliance with section 504 of the Rehabilitation act of 1973 and title III of the americans with Disabilities act of 1990.gov From Connecticut and upstate New York east of the Hudson River: take the Metro North train to grand central station. W. You may request academic adjustments or auxiliary aids at any time. E at Canal Street R. E at Spring Street 1 at Canal Street 6 at Spring Street A. sex. please contact the school Director. www. Student ServiceS MaKE-UP DE sIg N oRY NY 36 .amtrak. If you would like to request academic adjustment or auxiliary aids. these buses and trains service New Jersey and parts of upstate New York that are west of the hudson River.com www. race. Q.gov/CommutingTravel/airports/html/newarkliberty. M.parking.html www. religion.org From New Jersey and upstate New York west of the Hudson River: NJ transit buses and trains run to and from Manhattan via Port authority and Penn station. and Brooklyn.com new york city Subway www. www.
without giving credit to the original artist or use of the material for purposes other than its original intention is against MUD policy. access the Internet and review photographs of work. students are encouraged to keep their work. the MUD career services Department also subscribes to several industry trade publications. and period hair and make-up styles. For this reason. Use of written materials.any qualified individual with a disability requesting an accommodation or auxiliary aid or service should follow this procedure: • notify the School director in writing of the type of accommodation needed. In addition to the learning Resource center. based upon recommendations from faculty. • the School director will respond within two weeks of receiving the request. Student ServiceS MaKE-UP DE sIg N oRY NY 37 . We update our learning Resource center every quarter. hairstyling. pictures. in order to ensure that the materials we provide are current. the Resource center also maintains a collection of consumer and trade magazines that students and graduates can peruse to view the latest trends and techniques used by professional make-up artists today. please contact the School director within one week of the date of the response. etc. so that they may create copies of any images that they would like to use as inspiration for their class projects. and look through job listings and career advice in the newest issues. and their work only. on portable memory devices that are required for class. We encourage students and graduates to stop by the career services office. which is open during business hours. any student who violates federal or state policies on file sharing will be held to the MUD’s Rules of conduct and is subject to the sanctions outlined in the Probation and termination Policy. and our Program advisory committee. at the MUD learning Resource center. this Resource center is equipped with computer work stations and an extensive library of make-up related books on topics ranging from design. students have access to a copier and printers. students. please provide a statement of why and how you think the response should be modified. documentation of the nature and extent of the disability. date needed. lEaRNINg REsoURcE cENtER PEER TO PEER FILE TRAnSFER POLICy MUD is dedicated to providing all students and graduates with access to a comprehensive source of research in the field of make-up artistry. students should be aware that any files that are on the library computers will be deleted after school hours. you may contact the School director by telephone at 818-729-9420. and of the need for the accommodation or auxiliary aid. we recommend that all students and graduates make frequent use of our learning Resource center. students must be sensitive to the unlawful use of other individuals’ work. music. if you would like to request reconsideration of the decision regarding your request. make-up application. students can conduct research. as future artists. the request should be made at least four weeks in advance of the date needed.
Student ServiceS MaKE-UP DEsI g No RY NY 38 . our services include the MUD Job Board. career advisement is based upon each individual student’s needs. Professional Development lectures.lastname@hotmail. MUD’s career services advisors also offer career advice during class. a schedule of weekly business lectures. please notify the Business office so that we can update your file. and professionals in the industry to exchange ideas and peer counsel one another. this online resource includes a job center with employment listings for student and graduate make-up artists. all students receive login information to access this site on their first day of class.com once you have established your new. We encourage MUD students and graduates to visit this job site frequently.com firstname_makeupartists@gmail. professional make-up artist’s e-mail address. and is available to all MUD students and graduates in good standing. this e-mail address will not replace your personal e-mail. Professional Development lectures are also wonderful opportunities for MUD graduates to network with current students and other professional make-up artists and establish connections that are critical to an artist’s success. THE MUD JOB BOARD PROFESSIOnAL DEVELOPMEnT LECTURES PERSOnAL SUPPORT gEttINg staRtED WIth a PRoFEssIoNal E-MaIl aDDREss We highly recommend that all artists maintain a professional e-mail address. as well as professional advice and general guidance for all aspects of a student’s make-up career. but should be used for all business communication as you begin your new career. our lectures cover a variety of career-related topics. password-protected online job center is maintained by MUD’s career services Department. students who seek one-on-one support or advisement are encouraged to schedule a meeting with a career services advisor. Examples: firstname. and provide a forum for graduates. as it is updated daily with different job postings and area events. to develop a professional profile of each student that will help us to provide future placement references. help students prepare for work in the industry. and one-on-one counseling. this private.caREER sERVIcEs Make-Up Designory (MUD) is pleased to offer continuous graduate assistance to active students and graduates through our career services Department.com makeupbyfirstname@yahoo. students. MUD also conducts Professional Development lectures. which are free of charge to students and graduates. Please note that MUD does not guarantee job placement.
television. These reports were submitted to the NYSED. and death. a placement is determined if the graduate declares him or herself as a self-employed make-up artist or secures traditional employment.” oEDs. a typical graduate of MUD secures employment in a number of these positions and collects wages from the multiple areas of employment. graduation Rate Employment Rate Unavailable for Employment* Pursuing additional Education Unknown/Unemployed/ Not Employed in Field 89% 66% 23% 2% 9% 97% 69% 3% 3% 26% 85% 81% 6% 2% 10% n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a 97% 67% 19% 6% 13% 82% 70% 23% 2% 5% 95% 86% 10% 0% 4% 85% 73% 18% 3% 6% n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a oEDs. which shall include… data regarding student completion and job placement as set forth in subdivision (f) of section 126. *Students are classified as unavailable for employment based upon the following criteria: pregnancy. business cards.COMPLETION AND PLACEMENT 39 the following information is included pursuant to New York state Education Department (NYsED) Regulation 126. marketing materials. 2009. 2009 and March 9. which shall be furnished to each prospective or enrolled student.10 of this Part for the two most recent reporting periods. skin care professions. 2007 through June 30. incarceration. salons. We confirm a graduate’s employment status by collecting one or more forms of the following verification: employer statement. Proprietary school annual Report July 1. graduates can obtain independent freelance employment in the film. continuous employment can be found in the retail industry. and call sheets. respectively. Please note that MUD’s programs and courses were modified at the beginning of 2010. active military service deployment. Proprietary school annual Report July 1. international students who return to their countries of origin.9 (a) (14): “Each licensed private school and registered business school/computer training facility shall publish a catalog or bulletin. Proprietary School Annual Report for reporting periods July 1. Office of Research and Information Systems on May 4. and spas. Figures for the programs and courses outlined in this edition of our catalog will not be available until the 2012 catalog is printed. 2008 and July 1. Jobs in the skin care field or in salons and spas may require more training and a state license. 2007 through June 30. and social industries. onset of a medical condition that prevents employment. 2008 Fashion Make-Up Artistry Program Film and Television Multimedia Make-Up Artistry Make-Up Artistry Program Program Master Make-Up Artistry Program Beauty 101 Beauty 201 Beauty 301 Special Make-Up Effects 201 Special Make-Up Effects 301 Airbrush graduation Rate Employment Rate Unavailable for Employment* Pursuing additional Education Unknown/Unemployed/ Not Employed in Field 84% 69% 12% 0% 19% 89% 76% 5% 7% 12% 84% 66% 11% 5% 18% n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a 94% 59% 16% 5% 20% 84% 73% 12% 5% 10% 78% 72% 17% 11% 0% 74% 80% 10% 0% 10% n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a 97% n/a n/a n/a n/a Placement for graduates entering into the make-up industry are made up of an employment mix. completion and placement Ma KE-UP DE sIg NoRY NY 39 . 2010. 2008 through June 30. More information on the employers that frequently hire our students and/or the types of jobs our students receive after graduation can be obtained through a career services advisor. 2008 through June 30. fashion. 2009 Fashion Make-Up Artistry Program Film and Television Multimedia Make-Up Artistry Make-Up Artistry Program Program Master Make-Up Artistry Program Beauty 101 Beauty 201 Beauty 301 Special Make-Up Effects 201 Special Make-Up Effects 301 These figures are based upon the OEDS. resume.
school license or registration. etc. department heads. this pamphlet should be issued to all prospective and enrolled students of non-degree-granting proprietary schools. our Bureau staff will continue to work with the schools in our state. Please note that the school cannot require a complainant to contact them directly before he or she files a grievance with the NYsED. Make-Up Designory (MUD) is required to issue this disclosure pamphlet to individuals who are interested in enrolling in the school. in order to monitor the educational programs being offered. New York. these standards are designed to help ensure the educational appropriateness of the programs offered in trade and business schools. financial aid application. complainants may bring the matter up with school instructors. complaints must be filed within two years after the alleged incident took place. as part of this process. standards and methods of instruction. diScloSure pamphlet information Ma KE -UP DEsIgNo RY NY 40 . Who can file a complaint? any current or past student. If the complainant is unable to come in for an interview. trade schools licensed by the New York state Education Department (NYsED) and business schools registered by the NYsED are required to meet very specific standards under the Education law and commissioner’s Regulations. and returned to the office. and that the complainant keep copies of all correspondence. schools are required to have their teachers meet standards in order to be licensed by the Department. Please submit your complaint in writing to the NYsED at 116 West 32nd street. We ask that all relevant documents be provided for the interview. schools are also required to have their curricula approved by the NYsED every three years. school and student records. he or she should advise the Bureau of any actions that have been undertaken previously to address or resolve the issue. qualifications for teaching and management personnel. We recommend that complainants maintain possession of all original documents. or school representative. signed. the NYsED’s Bureau of Proprietary school supervision wishes all students success in their continued efforts to obtain the skill training required in order to secure meaningful employment. and accessing the tuition Reimbursement Fund if they are victims of certain violations by the school. or employee of a licensed private or registered business school in the state of New York may file a complaint with the NYsED if he or she believes that a school. how should a complaint be filed? We recommend that students or employees first attempt to resolve complaints by contacting the school directly. all non-degree-granting proprietary schools are very closely monitored and regulated by the NYsED’s Bureau of Proprietary school supervision.DISCLOSURE PAMPHLET INFORMATION What you should know about licensed private schools and registered business schools in new york State. Please note that the Bureau cannot investigate any complaint made more than two years after the date of the incident. should a student or employee wish to file a complaint with the Department. and using the school’s internal grievance procedures. and go through the grievance in detail. and private school agents. complainants may also call the Department at 212-643-4760 and request an interview for the purpose of filing a written complaint. It is the NYsED’s objective to make sure that a school’s educational program meets the needs of its students. has acted unlawfully. What type of grievance constitutes an acceptable complaint? a student or employee may file a complaint about a school’s conduct. an investigator from the Department will then meet with the complainant. alternately. 5th Floor. or the school Director. transcripts. What is the purpose of this pamphlet? this pamphlet provides an overview of students’ rights with regard to filing a complaint against a school. methods of collecting tuition and other charges. including an enrollment agreement. enrollment agreement. to help ensure that quality educational programs are provided for all students. unless they feel that they may be penalized for doing so. this process helps to ensure that the curricula offered are educationally sound. equipment. 2. and that students’ financial interests are protected. Bureau of Proprietary school supervision staff members often visit school campuses. he or she may send a letter or call the office to request a complaint form. this form must be completed. NY 10001. Please be sure to include copies of all relevant documents with the form. We suggest that all complaints be filed in writing. advertising. facilities. What are the steps required to file a complaint? 1.
diScloSure pamphlet information MaKE-UP DE sIg N oRY NY 41 . students may also seek assistance from the NYsED at the address included in this pamphlet. prior to the completion of that student’s education program. as well as the insurance premiums charged on these loans. in accordance with the terms of the loan agreement. the decision to apply for a loan must be made by a student. NY 10001 York State Education Department attention: Bureau of Proprietary school supervision (NYSED). as specified in section 126. Please be sure to clarify any details with a school administrator. a Private school agent cannot require a student to pay a placement or referral fee. schools cannot mandate that students apply for loans. For this reason. and can result in legal action against that student. the investigator will attempt to resolve the complaint as quickly as possible. file claims to the tuition reimbursement fund.17. Please note that all name(s) of the agent(s) who enrolled a student must appear on that student’s enrollment agreement. but must also provide students with statements of their rights to obtain loans from the lenders of their choosing. Failure to repay a student loan may negatively impact a student’s credit rating. the investigator may attempt to make informal negotiations with the school. please follow the complaint procedures listed above. or identifies a violation of the Education law or commissioner’s Regulations. The NYSED regulates the 212-643-4760 operation of licensed private schools and registered business schools/ computer training facilities. a school cannot mandate that students apply to a particular lender or lending institution. and must be a salaried employee of the school. New York state tuition assistance Program (taP) grants or Pell grants provided by the federal government). Even those students who do not complete their educational programs will still be responsible for paying back their loans. he or she may be eligible for a refund of all tuition expenses that have been paid. and may contact the complainant with follow-up questions. We request that all follow-up information be furnished without delay. Please note that a sample of this form should be provided to all students upon enrollment. to file a claim to the tuition Reimbursement Fund. What is the tuition reimbursement fund? the tuition Reimbursement Fund is designed to protect the financial interests of students who attend proprietary schools. What should students know about grants and guaranteed student loans? grants are awarded to students based on income eligibility. the NYsED staff can help students prepare a tuition Reimbursement Form. school agents who cannot furnish an agent Identification card are violating the law if they try to interest students in enrolling in a particular school or group of schools. If a student drops out of school prior to completion. he or she may be eligible to receive a tuition refund if the NYsED finds the complaint to be valid. to determine a student’s eligibility to receive a refund. must have an agent Identification card. they are not school counselors. and do not need to be repaid (e. students should keep a written record of any agents with whom they have spoken. Each student will be required to confirm the name(s) of the agent(s) when signing his or her enrollment agreement.g. Where can students file complaints. If a school closes while a student is in attendance. and the student files a complaint against the school with the NYsED. so as not to interfere with the investigation. What should students know about private School agents? Private school agents are employed by schools for the purpose of recruiting or enrolling students. or get additional information? Please contact the NYsED at: New York state Education Department 116 West 32nd street. Each school agent must be licensed by the NYsED.3. When appropriate. We urge all students to read and understand their school’s policy regarding tuition refund and cancellation before signing the enrollment agreement. if there is evidence that the agent made fraudulent or improper claims) will be eligible for a full refund. schools may recommend lenders. and if the school fails to take satisfactory and appropriate action. and in the student enrollment agreements. Please be advised that students who pay school tuition with loan funds will be responsible for repaying the lender in full. If the Department determines that violations of the law have been committed. with interest. 5th Floor This pamphlet is provided by the New New York. guaranteed student loans are low-interest loans provided to students under the Federal guaranteed student loan Program. It is each student’s right to select his or her lender for a guaranteed student loan. then the Department may proceed with formal disciplinary charges. students must first file a complaint with the NYsED at the address listed above. What is the tuition refund and cancellation policy? all schools must have a tuition Refund and cancellation Policy in place for each program that is included in their catalogs. We recommend that students read and understand all information and applications for financial aid grants and loans before signing any documents. any student recruited by an unlicensed Private school agent (or even by a licensed agent.
as well as on movie posters and assorted cD covers. for which he won his first national make-up Emmy.f. arthur Elgort. and photo shoots while teaching his craft to aspiring make-up artists. cutler has worked with celebrity photographers annie leibovitz. and with New York celebrity stylist Donyate McRae. Saturday Night Live. MtV2.a. and has worked on several New York Fashion Week shows. since his move to New York in 1989.V. disco divas. Dennis spent 3 years as Beauty Director for respected online publication LA’G Magazine..s. her love of hairstyling began in her grandmother’s home.t. he has received four Emmy ® nominations and has been the key make-up artist on aBc soap operas and on The View. he has designed and taught curriculums for international cosmetic lines and has been the style director for ABC News. he has been quoted on sephora. Black also has extensive experience working on photo shoots with various models. In this time. Mr. McCalls. and tom Brady. and Clash of the Choirs. his film experience includes The Producers. Ms. Ladies Home Journal. Black is a licensed instructor in accordance with NYsED Regulation 126.E. Perfect Christmas. his television credits include Project Runway. cutler is looked to as a resource by the make-up artist community. where she perfected her craft on friends and family. Law and Order: Criminal Intent. FoX. local 798 and a licensed instructor in accordance with NYsED Regulation 126. cutler is a member of I. andrew Eccles. Sports Illustrated Bikini Issue. & BEt and in publications such as Teen Vogue. Walter chin. and acclaimed actresses. music videos. Black’s love of travel then led her to los angeles. Nancy Kerrigan.42 FACULTY AND STAFF DEE DEE BlacK instructor alaN cUtlER instructor Dee Dee Black is a hair artist who is driven by a passion to create the extraordinary from the ordinary. pop stars. training new and established hires in updated techniques. she has worked on the set of chappelle’s show. Ms. she is sought out as a beauty expert for numerous publications and corporate clients MaRgINa DENNIs instructor faculty & Staff MaKE-UP DEsI g No RY NY 42 . and The Telephone.® Mr. Ms. InStyle. Mr.6. cutler has appeared as a make-up expert on camera and has worked on over 400 commercials. In addition to her work as a make-up artist. Ms. and Zoot. Black is inspired by the power to turn vision into reality. Mr. The Sopranos. his work has appeared in Vanity Fair. Revolutionary Road. he has worked with numerous celebrities including former Beatles band members. Margina Dennis has been working to make the world a little more beautiful for the past 16 years as a professional make-up artist. Entertainment Weekly. Ms. she has worked with celebrities such as tracy Morgan. alan cutler started his career in Miami 26 years ago working on films.f.6. where she received extensive fusion training and Japanese shear training from the famed Beverly hills cut specialist Yumin Kim. The CDFA Fashion Awards.com and in Allure magazine and has been featured in MakeUp Artist Magazine. Homicide: S. Good Housekeeping. VH-1 Fashion Awards.U. and her work has been seen on networks including cNN. and Mathew Jordan smith. Fringe.
Burt Reynolds. Dennis is a licensed instructor in accordance with NYsED Regulation 126. and temptu. The Spectre of Edgar Allan Poe. Byrd holland is a recognized professional make-up artist and a member of local 706. and has received one Emmy award and three Emmy nominations for outstanding make-up. The Bill Cosby Variety Show. Natalie cole. Dennis was invited to join the prestigious Make Up For Ever artist alliance in 2008 and has been a guest speaker at the international hBa conference in New York. and For Me. the Make-Up artists and hairstylists Union IatsE. and currently serves as Vice President on the Executive Board of local 798. she is also a member of the american Federation of television and Radio artists.6. Ms. Danny DeVito. and governor Pete Wilson. with a concentration in television and film. theater.f. he has worked with prominent actors. Mr.f. In addition. and entertainment personalities that include John travolta. Mr. Jonathan Winters and James arness.cINDY gaRDNER instructor including crest. he has also worked with Jimmy carter. Crisis in Midair. and believes that she has a responsibility to pass on the knowledge that was so generously shared by those who came before her. gardner is a licensed instructor in accordance with NYsED Regulation 126. Ms. hal linden. hendrickson has been the Director of Financial aid for Make-Up Designory’s New York campus for four years. new York caMpus BYRD hollaND Make-up artist eMeritus faculty & Staff MaKE-UP DE sIg N oRY NY 43 . holland’s film credits include working as Department head for productions such as Executive Action. Michael Jackson.d(2) (3) and a statelicensed school agent. musicians. hendrickson is a certified school Director in accordance with NYsED Regulation 126. Pink. she is a member of NYsFaa. she has in-depth experience in international student services and financial aid. holland worked as the Department head for Hard Copy for four years. and print. Ms. Ms. caRMEN hENDRIcKsoN school Director. Mr. his career spans 40 years in television.6. she has also served as a consultant for beauty companies such as Kiss Beauty. carmen hendrickson has worked in vocational education for over twelve years. Bob Dole. gardner loves encouraging young artists. Ms. Ms. I Crossed the Color Line. Paul Mccartney. Crazy Times. cloris leachman. and American Bandstand. gardner is a member of the National academy of television arts and sciences. holland’s television credits include The Alamo: Thirteen Days To Glory. Ms. Rabid. she is a dedicated volunteer in several New York community affairs projects. Beyond her dedicated service to our school’s student service. the New York state Financial aid association. senator and Mrs. tom hanks. Mehron. she is a member of the Make-Up artists and hairstylists Union local 798 and local 706 IatsE. and Journey to the Center of Time. Six Against the Rock. Gunsmoke: Return to Dodge. over the course of his career. The Rock & Roll Years. cindy gardner has been a professional make-up artist for over 28 years.6.
MtV2. aBc. Johnson’s most notable credits include Project Runway. “hip-hop Violinist” Miri Ben ari. holland is active in local community affairs. angela lansbury. Larry King Live. he is also a member of the Measure K Budgetary oversight committee for the Newhall school District. and annette Bening. Mariani’s film credits include She’s Back (carrie Fisher). Kennedy. Dean Witter. John F. Patrick stewart. including steven tyler of aerosmith. Iman. Joan Jett. Ms.6. and entertainment personalities. and The Gifted. and the Burbank Downtown Business Improvement District. Showbiz Today. christopher Reeve. Ms. and runway experience. A Current Affair. chantal Mariani has been a professional make-up artist for 20 years. he is also an experienced administrator and school Director. Ms. garth Brooks. Mr. Valentino. lombardo is a licensed instructor in accordance with NYsED Regulation 126. and many of the cast members from All My Children.Y. Emanuel Ungaro.. he also contributes regularly to online and printed publications and is proud to serve as the executive make-up artist for Beauty society. presiDent NathaN JohNsoN instructor tate holland has worked in make-up education and cosmetic sales. some of Mr. latoya london of American Idol. Day Traitors. cBs. Johnson is a licensed instructor in accordance with NYsED Regulation 126. his work has adorned over 90 recognizable faces including Paul Mccartney. politicians. as a member of the Mac Pro team she has worked with prominent fashion designers such as oscar De la Renta. As The World Turns. holland holds a Bachelor of arts in International studies from the american University in Washington. IatsE. and The Late Show with David Letterman. gwyneth Paltrow. manufacturing and distribution for the last 18 years. aubrey o’Day.f. susan sarandon. JENNIFER loMBaRDo instructor chaNtal MaRIaNI leaD instructor faculty & Staff MaKE-UP DEsI g No RY NY 44 .tatE hollaND ceo. lombardo has also worked with major actors. professional football player Boomer Esiason. she has also worked with major actors. g-star. along with his school responsibilities. and Good Morning America. sigourney Weaver. and The 500 Home Run Club (Mickey Mantle). the california association of Private Postsecondary schools. Ray liotta. stage and theater. Good Day N. models. The CBS Early Show. The Tony Awards. ticketron. television and film. Mr. and more for the past nine seasons of New York Fashion Week. Nathan Johnson is a film. Ice-t. Ricki lake. Ellen Burstyn. Nutrisystem and Robin Leach on the Beach. she has worked on commercials for JP Morgan. Jennifer lombardo has been a professional make-up artist for almost ten years. During this time she has gained a vast array of print. athletes.6. and is a member of the Make-Up artists and hairstylists Union local 798. live performance. body painting. and entertainment personalities. her work has appeared on Fuse. television and celebrity make-up artist with over 17 years of experience.f. Diesel. lombardo has also been a make-up artist with Mac cosmetics for the past five years. Dc. comedy central. Kathleen hanna of le tigre. Mr. including James Earl Jones. Ms. musicians. Vanessa Redgrave. the Burbank chamber of commerce. her work has appeared on television productions such as Guiding Light. he is a former President of caPPs. Miranda Richardson.
f. hunter tylo. and Solaris. From 1993 to 2000. Ron Masak. and Bernie Kopell. and has been awarded the 2001 curtain Up critics award for Best actress.. and as a spokesperson. JaRule.). The Passion of the Christ. Ms. old Navy. Charmed. the late Notorious B. and laVita (the Inc. and at&t. Mulkey has also worked on commercials for clients that include Jack in the Box. sylvia Pichler has been a professional make-up artist since the late 1980s. Sin City. The Chronicles of Riddick. and Panasonic. Constantine. Zink. Fruit gushers. her television credits include The Bold and the Beautiful. alan cumming. cingular Wireless. In addition to her freelance work. Powell received her training at the Empire Beauty school in Easton. Flags of our Fathers. Pennsylvania. Ms.. Jaclyn smith. Ms. Pennsylvania. Epson.. During this time. Pichler has worked on advertising for clients like Rolex. Elle MacPherson. her work has been featured in Vogue.f. Matrix. conducting airbrush seminars and leading hands-on classes. and uses the airbrush technique to create a wide variety of beauty make-up artistry looks.6. she has worked as an educator for numerous hair academies across the East coast for almost ten years. christopher atkins. Mariani is a licensed instructor in accordance with NYsED Regulation 126. Erica Powell has been a cosmetologist for over 17 years. t-Mobile. Dudley.f. Pat Morita. sYlVIa PIchlER instructor ERIca PoWEll instructor faculty & Staff MaKE-UP DE sIg N oRY NY 45 . Herbie: Fully Loaded. clairol. Brooke shields. Ms. Mulkey has worked with prominent actors and entertainment personalities. subway Restaurants. The Last Samurai. Ford. and cicely tyson. Mariani has a passion for acting. Black. Michele Mulkey has been a professional make-up artist for almost ten years. FedEx. Verizon.I.6. Ms. her credits also include make-up for Broadway.6. red carpet events and the runway. and MtV’s Dismissed. and is licensed in three states. Paul Mitchell. Law and Order: Criminal Intent. which was voted one of the top salons in the country by Essence Magazine in 1997. Mulkey is a licensed instructor in accordance with NYsED Regulation 126. Ms.White. Ben stein.MElIssa MIchElE MUlKEY instructor Jr. Firefly. and has remained current with changing trends and styles through her training with aveda. and Mizani. Dockers. CSI: Miami. including total (Bad Boy Entertainment). Ms. Ascent of the Red Planet. Wells Fargo. In that time. she worked as Director of Education and Product Development for temptu cosmetics from 2006 to 2007. she has worked on films such as Déjà Vu. Without A Trace.6. The Haunted Mansion. Ms. Pichler is a licensed instructor in accordance with NYsED Regulation 126. Ms. she has been a passionate airbrush enthusiast for the past 15 years.g. she traveled extensively throughout the United states and abroad. including Jamie Kennedy.f. Dennis haskins. Powell managed Briali’s haircare in Easton. Powell is a licensed instructor in accordance with NYsED Regulation 126. and Glamour. Seed of Chucky. Ms. Powell has also worked with prominent musicians and entertainment personalities. Star Trek: Voyager. honda. Ms. affirm. Dell. in addition to her extensive work in commercials.
her years in the beauty industry as a make-up artist and training Manager have led her to work with many prestigious companies. Ms. sephora. lINDa VIllaloBos instructor faculty & Staff MaKE-UP DEsI g No RY NY 46 . and on television for The Morning Show. and has worked in this capacity in film and television for Law & Order: Criminal Intent. Villalobos is a licensed instructor in accordance with NYsED Regulation 126. her work has appeared in publications such as Nylon. tracy lords. christopher Reeve. For the past 25 years. she has focused on special make-up effects. george hamilton. Naomi Watts. Jackie chan.f. seminars. print. John Dye. and Barney’s New York. and entertainment personalities including Janet Jackson. Trace. Ms.6. thompson has worked with many prominent actors. Univision. thompson designs. he supervises the los angeles and New York campuses including daily educational programs and the recruitment and training of all faculty members. Time Out. and company training programs. clint howard. and Mark Kriski. he authored MUD’s character textbook Character Make-up. and Raquel Welch. and Kryolan cosmetics. and entertainment personalities. and film. edits and markets textbooks and workbooks for MUD. published in 2009. Partnership for a Drug-Free america.6. her experience has led her to teach seminars. Mr. Debbie harry. television. Malaak compton-Rock. linda Evangelista. Max Factor & company. Whoopi goldberg.JENNIFER sUaREz instructor PaUl thoMPsoN Director of eDucation.6. Mr. Kevin corrigan. Good Morning America. Matthew Broderick. and Fuse tV. musicians. Jonathan taylor thomas. Ms. his professional credits include the co-creation of the very first silicone bodysuit for luke Perry in Robin Cook’s Invasion (NBc mini-series). Pauly shore. suarez has worked in runway. cheech Marin. Jennifer tilly. Ms. Paul thompson is the Director of Education at Make-Up Designory and is a professional make-up artist with over 20 years of experience. where she has shared her professional knowledge with emerging make-up artists. and creates and writes curricula and lesson plans for classrooms. Bloomingdale’s. and has also supervised film and television projects for the MUD/FX group. glenn close. The Fuse Fangoria Chainsaw Awards. editorial. born and raised in Brooklyn. Diane Von Furstenburg. saks Fifth avenue. he has created numerous make-up effects for commercials. television shows. James Earl Jones. In addition to teaching at Make-Up Designory and Ucla Extension. suarez is a licensed instructor in accordance with NYsED Regulation 126. Villalobos has has traveled back and forth from New York to los angeles for various films. she has worked with many celebrities and has traveled all over the word with various production companies. Ms. Mr. treasurer Jennifer suarez is a professional make-up artist with over 15 years of experience. thompson has lectured all over the world for major cosmetic companies such as Mac cosmetics. In recent years. including shiseido. designers. he is a licensed instructor in accordance with NYsED Regulation 126. and Seventeen. including Vincent D’onofrio. chloë sevigny. The Whitest Kids You Know (Fuse tV). published in 2005 and co-wrote the second edition. and numerous indie films. adam sandler. Bliss. models. she first studied cosmetology at Maxwell Vocational school and later at Vidal sassoon academy. over the course of his career.f. linda Villalobos is a native New Yorker. Jay saunders. musicians. and an educator with over 15 years of experience.f. writes. suarez has worked with prominent actors. and platform work.
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