Start Your Journey at Grondin's

The beauty industry is yours to take. It's time to get started!

We use a digital learning platform called CIMA by Milady. The platform is loved by both students and instructors because it helps us seamlessly train students using a combination of digital learning, hands-on learning, and teacher instruction. The foundation of our teaching is the curriculum set forth by the Board of Cosmetology in the State of Michigan. This curriculum, along with the CIMA platform and our experience, helps prepare each student for their state board exam.

The beauty industry offers many options for you to pursue. You’ll be part of new trends and you’ll help your clients look their best. A few examples of cosmetology careers you could pursue are listed below.
  • Hair Stylist
  • Nail Technician
  • Salon Owner/Manager
  • Wedding or Event Stylist
  • Esthetician
  • Barber
  • Cosmetologist in the entertainment industry
  • Cosmetology Instructor
We often host salon owners, managers, and stylists at the school to present their career experiences and knowledge so students have the opportunity to begin developing relationships in the industry. While Grondin's College of Cosmetology cannot guarantee job placement, we can assist students with the process. We're also proud to say that the Grondin family owns 37 hair centers throughout Michigan that are continually hiring.

We offer zero-interest, weekly payment plans to all of our students. You can pay your tuition as you go through the course of your training or you can take advantage of our discounts if you want to pay in advance. We offer a 10% tuition discount if you pay in full at the time of enrollment and a 5% tuition discount when 50% of tuition and all other supplies are paid at the time of enrollment.

Grondin's College of Cosmetology accepts transfer students. Each situation can be slightly different so contact our admissions department. We'll help you through the process.

Elizabeth "Liz" Grondin, the mother of 10 children, was the inspiration for Grondin's Hair Centers. Starting with a stool in the kitchen, an old pair of scissors, and used clippers, she taught her boys about clipper cuts. The girls were taught how to do roller sets, pin curls, finger waves, and backcombing. In the later years, the kids returned the favor and taught her about blow-drying and curling irons. Out of this kitchen, six of the ten children and ten of thirty-three grandchildren became licensed hairdressers, with 9 of her ten children working at one time or another for Grondin's Hair Centers.