(401) 725-6882 226 Main Street Pawtucket, RI 02860

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INFORMATION

COLLEGE NAVIGATOR: http://nces.ed.gov/collegenavigator/

 

DEPARTMENT OF INFORMATION AND JOB INFORMATION AND LINK:

Services that had been available through RI network, the Department of Labor and Training's (DLT) interactive database are now available through EmployRI, the virtual online netWORKri one-stop system. https://www.employri.org/

 

Or * NET OnLine: http://www.onetonline.org/

 

SOC code 39-5012.00 cosmetology:

The occupational profile URL http://www.onetonline.org/find/result?s=cosmetologist & g=Go

 

SOC code 5-1194.00 Instructor of Cosmetology (Vocational):

The occupational profile URL http://www.onetonline.org/find/result?s=cosmetologist & g=Go

 

SOC code 39-5092.00 manicure and pedicure:

The occupational profile URL http://www.onetonline.org/find/result?s=cosmetologist & g=Go

 

PREVENTION OF THE ABUSE OF DRUGS AND ALCOHOL

Under any circumstances in which someone is under the influence of alcohol or drugs they  will not be allowed to enter the school.  The institution fully supports the prevention of drug and alcohol abuse. Since the school is eligible to participate in Federal Title IV Financial Aid programs, the school certifies to the Department of Education that it operates a drug free campus. Students are provided with an informative pamphlet that outlines the hazards of drug abuse. A list of agencies and phone numbers is maintained in the administration office and is provided to any student requesting assistance in this area.

 

INFORMATION on VACCINES: Newport School of Hairdressing does not require vaccinations for admission to our programs. Those interested in obtaining more information about the vaccine should contact their local public health department or consult your health care provider.

 

FERPA and Directory of Information: release of educational records of the student by the Newport School of Hairdressing to third parties, apart from a school or school official, is generally prohibited without prior written authorization of the student. FERPA contains certain exceptions to this general rule, allowing the release of educational records of the student without their specific consent. In addition, the Newport School of Hairdressing can release a student directory of information without their  consent, unless the student has specifically requested that they are not to be disclosed.

 

Certification of Truth in Lending Act - TILA: private alternative loan - an alternative private loan is a non-federal education loan, through a private lender, usually in the name of the student and requires a co-signer. Approval rates and interests are based on the creditworthiness of the borrower and co-signed as the guarantor. Each alternative lender has different requirements of eligibility, loan rates, terms and conditions.

 

COPYRIGHT INFRINGEMENT Information: Copyright infringement is the act of exercising, without permission or legal authority, one or more of the exclusive rights granted to the licensee under section 106 of the Copyright Act (title 17 of the code of the United States). These rights include the right to reproduce or distribute a work copyrighted. In the context of file sharing, downloading or uploading a substantial part of a work protected without authorization constitutes a violation.

 

CAMPUS VOTER REGISTRATION:  In accordance with the Higher Education Act of 1965 - Campus Voter Registration – Section 34 CFR 668.14(d), this institution encourages all certificate or diploma seeking students to register to vote. We provide via email the voter registration forms.  In addition, Rhode Island voters may complete the registration process in person at the local County Clerk’s office, the State Revenue Office, Driver Services, the local Public Library or Rhode Island State Library, the local Public Assistance Agency, the local Disability Agency, the local Military Recruitment Office or the Rhode Island National Guard. The application is also available on line at:

https://registertovote.org/forms/register/registration/rhodeisland.html

 

NEWPORT SCHOOL OF HAIRDRESSING HAS INFORMATION ON SITE REGARDING THESE AREAS:

FERPA

Copyright law materials and violations

Certification of Truth in Lending Act- TILA

Copyright infringement information

Transfer of credit

Counseling entrance / exit

Title IV of the code of conduct

Conduct of private loans and preferred loans

Services for students with disabilities

The warnings in time of emergency

In case of emergency/evacuation

Registrar of voters

 

THE right to know of the student & campus security on-site performance:

Newport School of Hairdressing, 226 Main Street, Pawtucket, RI

As required by the U.S. Department of Education, all schools must publish a report of campus security on the premises, including statistics of crimes on the campus for students and staff.

 

Newport School of Hairdressing requires that students and employees to report any criminal activity (or activities).  The school will assist individuals in reporting the incident to the police and local authorities.

 

Newport School of Hairdressing refers to the police and local authorities. Newport School of Hairdressing encourages the student to report the activity or criminal action for the best interest of the students and employees.

Newport School of Hairdressing is offering the following security recommendations for students and employees to follow:

 

-Always try to leave the school with another person (particularly at night).

-Note: have keys in your hand to open the car immediately. Once in the car, lock doors.

-Park in a lit area.

-If you go outside and notice something suspicious, go back in and speak to the instructor.

 

NEWPORT SCHOOL OF HAIRDRESSING also has developed rules regarding the following:

 

During the most recent school year (January to December, 2015) there were:

Zero Motor vehicle thefts on campus

Zero Burglaries on campus

Zero Aggravated assaults on campus

Zero Robberies on campus

Zero Forcible rapes on campus

Zero Non-forcible rapes on campus

Zero Murders on campus

Zero Vandalism

Zero Motor Vehicle Fire

 

During the most recent school year (January to December, 2015) there were

Zero Liquor Law Violations

Zero Drug Abuse Violations

Zero Weapons possessions violations

 

Newport School of Hairdressing in an attempt to prevent similar occurrences will report any instances to the campus community of crimes considered being a threat to other students and employees.  These crimes would be murder, rape, robbery, aggravated assault, burglary and motor vehicle theft.

 

NEWPORT SCHOOL OF HAIRDRESSING DRUG AND ALCOHOL ABUSE INFORMATION AND PREVENTION POLICIES AND PROCEDURES FOR STUDENTS AND EMPLOYEES

 

INFORMATION:  ALCOHOL AND ALCOHOL ABUSE:

 

Alcohol’s effects vary from person to person, depending on a variety of factors, including:

  • • How much you drink
  • • How often you drink
  • • Your age
  • • Your health status
  • • Your family history

 

While drinking alcohol is itself not necessarily a problem – drinking too much can cause a range of consequences, and increase your risk for a variety of problems. Consequences of drinking too much Alcohol enter your bloodstream as soon as you take your first sip. Alcohol’s immediate effects can appear within about 10 minutes. As you drink, you increase your blood alcohol concentration (BAC) level, which is the amount of alcohol present in your bloodstream.  The higher your BAC, the more impaired you become by alcohol’s effects.  These effects can include:

  • • Reduced inhibitions
  • • Slurred speech
  • • Motor impairment
  • • Confusion
  • • Memory problems
  • • Concentration problems
  • • Coma
  • • Breathing problems
  • • Death

 

Other risks of drinking can include:

  • • Car crashes and other accidents
  • • Risky behavior
  • • Violent behavior
  • • Suicide and homicide

 

People who drink too much over a long period of time may experience alcohol’s longer-term effects, which can include:

Alcohol dependence.

Excerpt from The National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism (NIAAA) see www.niaaa.nih.gov for more information

 

DESCRIPTION OF HEALTH RISKS:  ALCOHOL:

Some health risks of alcohol are impaired judgment, aggressive/violent acts, dependence or addiction, withdrawal symptoms, permanent damage to vital organs, fetal alcohol syndrome. Brain:  Alcohol interferes with the brain’s communication pathways, and can affect the way the brain looks and works. These disruptions can change mood and behavior, and make it harder to think clearly and move with coordination.  Drinking a lot over a long time or too much on a single occasion can damage the heart, causing problems including:

  • • Cardiomyopathy – Stretching and drooping of heart muscle
  • • Arrhythmias – Irregular heart beat
  • • Stroke
  • • High blood pressure

 

Research also shows that drinking moderate amounts of alcohol may protect healthy adults from developing coronary heart disease. . .drinking takes a toll on the liver, and can lead to a variety of problems and liver inflammations . . .  Drinking too much can weaken your immune system, making your body a much easier target for disease.  Chronic drinkers are more liable to contract diseases like pneumonia and tuberculosis than people who do not drink too much.  Drinking a lot on a single occasion slows your body’s ability to ward off infections – even up to 24 hours after getting drunk. Some information excerpted from The National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism (NIAAA) see www.niaaa.nih.gov for more information.

 

INFORMATION: DRUGS AND DRUG ABUSE: Drug abuse is a major public health problem that impacts society on multiple levels. Directly or indirectly, every community is affected by drug abuse and addiction, as is every family. Drugs take a tremendous toll on our society at many levels. Substance Abuse Costs Our Nation More than $484 Billion per Year.  The Costs of Drug Abuse are as substantial as that of other chronic Conditions. This includes health care expenditures, lost earnings, and costs associated with crime and accidents. This is an enormous burden that affects all of society - those who abuse these substances. Many of America's top medical problems can be directly linked to drug abuse. Many of America's top social problems also relate to or impact drug abuse. Excerpt from National Institute on Drug Abuse. See www.drugabuse.gov for more information.

 

DESCRIPTION OF HEALTH RISKS: DRUGS:

Some health risks of drug use include: drug dependence or addition, death by overdose or withdrawal, heart, liver and brain damage, psychological dysfunction, pregnancy complications. Individuals who suffer from addiction often have one or more accompanying medical issues, including lung and cardiovascular disease, stroke, and mental disorders. Imaging scans, chest X-rays, and blood tests show the damaging effects of drug abuse throughout the body. Some drugs of abuse, such as inhalants, are toxic to nerve cells and may damage or destroy them either in the brain or the peripheral nervous system. The Impact of Addiction Can Be Far Reaching. Some information excerpted from National Institute on Drug Abuse. See www.drugabuse.gov for more information.

 

PROGRAMS AVAILABLE FOR DRUG AND ALCOHOL COUNSELING, TREATMENT OR REHABILITATION CODAC

  • Providence 349 Huntington Avenue Providence RI 02909 (401) 942-1450
  • Phoenix House of New England 605 Elmwood Avenue Providence RI 02907 (401) 421-5255
  • Providence Center 90 Plain Street Providence RI 02903 (401) 528-0050
  • Providence Community Action Program
  • Clinical Services 662 Hartford Avenue Providence RI 02909 (401) 272-0660
  • Rhode Island Council on Alcoholism and Other Drug Dependence 24-Hour Hotline 1-800-622-7422
  • Alcoholics Anonymous 1-800-439-8860, Narcotics Anonymous (401) 461-1110

 

STANDARDS OF CONDUCT BY THE SCHOOL THAT PROHIBIT UNLAWFUL POSSESIONS, USE OR DISTRIBUTION OF DRUGS AND ALCOHOL BY STUDENTS AND EMPLOYEES ON SCHOOL PROPERTY AND SCHOOL ACTIVITIES

In accordance with the Federal Drug-Free workplace Act and Drug-Free Schools and Communities Act, Newport School of Hairdressing prohibits the unlawful manufacture, distribution dispensation, possession or use of narcotics drugs, other controlled substances, or alcohol at the workplace and in the educational setting. Newport School of Hairdressing will impose sanctions consistent with local, state and federal law, up to and including expulsion, termination of employment, and referral for prosecution.

 

DESCRIPTION OF SANCTIONS UNDER GOVERNMENT LAWS RE UNLAWFUL POSSESSION,USE OR DISTRIBUTION OF ILLICIT DRUGS AND ALCOHOL Federal Law: Federal criminal penalties for drug possession and trafficking offenses vary depending on the type of controlled substance, the amount of the controlled substance, and the number of offenses and include imprisonment up to a life sentence and fines. Detailed information on federal drug possession and trafficking penalties is available on the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration website at www. Justice.gov/dea/agency/penalties.htm.

 

State Law: State penalties for drug and alcohol criminal violations include the following: mandatory drug and/or alcohol counseling or treatment; driver retraining, suspension or loss of driver’s license, community service, fines of various amounts, imprisonment for various periods of time. Rhode Island criminal offenses and penalties related to drugs and alcohol are detailed in Rhode Island General Laws Title 21, Chapter 21-28(Uniform Controlled Substances Act) and throughout Title 3 (Title 3 (Alcoholic Beverages) which provisions may be accessed online at www.rilin.state.ri.us/Statues/.

 

Students receiving Federal Aid who engage in any of the above practices may lose their federal financial aid and / or be prosecuted .In addition, a student will become ineligible to receive Title IV Federal financial aid for a period lowing conviction for an offense under any Federal or State law involving the possession or sale of illegal drugs for conduct occurring during a period of enrollment during which the student received Title IV Federal financial aid.

 

 

Biennial Drug & Alcohol Report

BIENNIAL REPORT OF INSTITUTIONAL COMPLIANCE WITH THE

DRUG-FREE SCHOOLS AND CAMPUSES ACT YEAR

January 2015 - December 2015

# of students requiring disciplinary action for drug or alcohol offenses on school campus:  Zero

# of students who requested counseling through the school office for drug or alcohol issues: Zero

# of students referred by instructors, students or staff to school office for counseling re drug or alcohol issues: Zero

# of students referred to outside treatment programs by school office for drug or alcohol issues: Zero

# of students whose Government Financial Aid was affected by drug or alcohol issues: Zero

 

GENERAL ASSESSMENT     There were Zero incidences of drug or alcohol related issues on the school campus.

 

RECOMMENDATIONS:      The school will continue to do the following: provide counseling and referral to outside services re drug and alcohol issues as necessary for any student in need provide and monitor the school’s drug and alcohol prevention program by: providing information on drug and alcohol prevention to students   periodically review the school’s policies on drug and alcohol prevention.

 

NEWPORT SCHOOL OF HAIRDRESSING

Biennial Drug & Alcohol Report

BIENNIAL REPORT OF INSTITUTIONAL COMPLIANCE WITH THE

DRUG-FREE SCHOOLS AND CAMPUSES ACT   YEAR

January 2014 - December 2014

# of  students requiring disciplinary action for drug or alcohol offenses on school campus:  Zero

# of  students who requested counseling through the school office for drug or alcohol issues: Zero

# of students referred by instructors, students or staff to school office for counseling re drug or alcohol issues: Zero

# of students referred to outside treatment programs by school office for drug or alcohol issues: Zero

# of students whose Government Financial Aid was affected by drug or alcohol issues: Zero

GENERAL ASSESSMENT There was Zero incidences of drug or alcohol related issues on the school campus.  RECOMMENDATIONS: The school will continue to do the following: provide counseling and referral to outside services re drug and alcohol issues as necessary for any student in need provide and monitor the school’s drug and alcohol prevention program by:   providing information on drug and alcohol prevention to students   periodically review the school’s policies on drug and alcohol prevention.

 

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(401) 725-6882 226 Main Street Pawtucket, RI 02860