The information included in this booklet coincides with the State Board of Michigan’s Rules and Regulations as they apply to cosmetology. The purpose of this document is to give our students guidelines about their expected conduct while at Grondin's College of Cosmetology. We’ve created these standards to establish the best learning environment for our students. These standards may be revised at certain times.

Mission Statement

Grondin's College of Cosmetology is committed to training students who have a passion for a career in the world of beauty.

Philosophy

Our philosophy is rooted in the idea that every individual has the potential to shine, and our role is to empower them with the knowledge and skills to do so. Just as a skilled artist creates a masterpiece, we teach our students to craft beauty and confidence through the art of cosmetology. Our commitment to excellence, creativity, and continuous learning ensures that every graduate becomes a master of their craft, ready to make the world more beautiful one person at a time.

Objectives

Upon completion of the program, students should be able to:

  • Perform skills necessary for an entry-level position in the field of cosmetology.
  • Communicate effectively with employers, employees, peers, and clients in a constructive manner.
  • Develop an awareness of the scope of the cosmetology field.
  • Recognize the need to continually improve individual skills and keep current with cosmetology trends.
  • Learn to select, care for, and use properly, professional products that are related to the application of beauty treatments.
  • To value an appreciation of the contribution of the science and art of cosmetology to move ahead in the fast-moving industry of today.
  • Perform all duties in a professional and courteous manner.

Admission Requirements

  • High School diploma, GED, or transcript showing successful completion of the 9th grade.
  • 17 years of age or older at time of State Board Exam Registration

Tuition

The cost for each program is available on our website, and it will be explained at your school tour or enrollment meeting. The amount will include tuition, program supplies, enrollment fee, and the State of Michigan registration fee. A payment plan is outlined within each contract. Tuition payments are due each Monday of student’s contract. There is a late fee charged for tuition not paid on time, and students will be notified if they become delinquent in their payments. Students will not be allowed to attend class if their tuition payments are not current. At enrollment, all program supplies, fees, and registrations must be paid as well as a portion of the first week’s tuition payment.

Refund Policy

Refunds are based on the circumstances of each individual contract and will only apply to the tuition portion of the program.

Cosmetology - Course Description

The first 350 hours of cosmetology training will take place in the classroom with digital learning and practical (hands-on) work on mannequins and fellow students. Upon completion of these initial hours, students will move to a station on the salon floor where they will serve clients while at the same time continuing training in the classroom and practical assignments.

The curriculum for this course covers, but is not limited to the following:

  • General Sciences
  • Health Sciences
  • Hair Services
  • Skin Care Services
  • Nail Services
  • Health and Safety
  • Life Skills

We'll also cover the following subjects:

  1. Safety Rules and Practices
    Students will demonstrate the ability to work safely with equipment, maintain an orderly work area, perform basic first aid procedures in cosmetology (ex. Blood spills), work safely with implements, use personal protective equipment when necessary and ensure the safety of others including the client.
  2. Professional Development
    Students will demonstrate professional ethics in cosmetology, be an example of good personal grooming, show a professional attitude, demonstrate the ability to resolve conflict and communicate effectively, and courteously with coworkers and clients.
  3. Cosmetology Laws and Rules
    Students will explain the purpose of state law regarding cosmetology, read state law requirements and regulations, demonstrate adherence to current state laws, and pass state law test.
  4. Hair Coloring
    Students will be able to identify the color wheel, levels of color, color tones, demonstrate a strand test, apply a temporary color, a semi-permanent color, a permanent tint re-touch, and a virgin tint as well as identify safety measures in hair coloring, follow manufacturers’ directions as it relates to color, and demonstrate a patch test.
  5. Hair Lightening and Toning
    Students will demonstrate a bleach retouch, apply toner, identify safety measures in hair lightening, demonstrate highlighting technique, and demonstrate a virgin bleach.
  6. Implements and Equipment
    Students will identify types of equipment and implements, operate equipment and implements correctly and safely and maintain equipment and implements correctly.
  7. Sterilization and Sanitation
    Students will define sanitation terminology, apply methods of sanitation and sterilization, identify physical and chemical agents and demonstrate setting up a wet sanitizer, explain sanitizing procedures, demonstrate public sanitation (hand washing, clean restrooms, disposable towels etc.), mix proper percentage solutions for manufacturer’s recommendations and identify disinfectants and antiseptics commonly used in salons.
  8. Anatomy
    Students will describe the functions of the muscular system, the effects of nutrition on the body, identify bones and muscles of the face, identify bones of the arms and hands and distinguish between the sensory and motor nerves.
    Bacteriology Students will learn about different forms of bacteria, identify pathogenic and nonpathogenic bacteria, explain how the body fights infection and identify vegetable and animal parasites.
  9. Chemistry
    Students will define chemistry, identify the physical properties of matter, describe the properties of common elements, compounds, and mixture and explain acidity and alkalinity.
  10. Shampoos
    Students will determine pH of shampoos, differentiate among types of shampoos, demonstrate proper shampoo procedures and proper use of conditioners.
  11. Leadership
    Students will demonstrate an understanding of one’s personal management skills, good interpersonal skills, etiquette and courtesy, effectiveness in oral and written communications, develop and maintain a good professional appearance, and perform basic tasks related to securing and terminating employment.
  12. Salon Management
    Students will learn procedures to open and operate a salon, identify regulations and applicable laws, demonstrate methods of advertising and techniques for managing a salon, demonstrate good telephone communication skills and how to sell services and products, and keep client records.
  13. Scalp Treatment
    Students will follow proper procedure for hair brushing and scalp treatment.
  14. Scalp Analysis
    Students will determine scalp disorders and diseases and suggest treatment for scalp disorders.
  15. Finger Waving
    Students will learn the technique of finger waving.
  16. Pin Curls
    Students will learn the technique of placing full stem, half stem, and no stem curls in a shaping, stand up curls, barrel curls, and complete a basic set using various types of pin curls.
  17. Roller Sets
    Students will place rollers on-base, off-base, and half-base, in addition to various other types of wet sets.
  18. Comb out
    Students will apply basic comb out techniques, back comb hair, relax the style with proper brush out techniques, and demonstrate control, balance, and form.
  19. Haircutting
    Students will section hair for a basic haircut following guidelines for a basic haircut (man, woman, child), cut a basic style using shears, cut a basic style using razor, cut a style with high elevation (layered style), learn techniques of the blending shear, learn 40, 90 and 180 degree haircutting elevations, and demonstrate proper use of clippers.
  20. Hair Analysis
    Students will identify type of hair treatment to be used, record hair analysis, perform elasticity test on hair, perform porosity test on hair, and identify hair texture.
  21. Manicuring
    Students will identify implements for manicuring, arrange implements and materials properly, demonstrate how to sanitize implements, perform a basic manicure, perform a spa manicure, give a hand and arm massage, identify safety measures in manicuring.
  22. Pedicuring
    Students will arrange implements/materials for a pedicure, perform a pedicure, give a foot and lower leg massage, and sanitize implements.
  23. Nails
    Students will identify nail disorders, identify nail diseases, identify parts of the nail, and determine various shapes of a nail.
  24. Permanent Wave
    Students will demonstrate how to wrap a permanent wave, give a permanent wave, differentiate between the types of waving solutions, determine appropriate rod size to be used, apply solution, and perform a test curl.
  25. Blow Drying
    Students will learn how to blow dry hair using various brushes, demonstrate proper techniques, and styling hair using the blow dry method.
  26. Thermal Hair Styling
    Students will demonstrate a thermal curl, a croquignole curl, spiral curl, on base curl, off base curl, and demonstrate half on and half off base curl.
  27. Chemical Relaxing
    Students will learn proper procedure, and be able to determine proper products to use.
  28. Facials
    Students will be able to identify the histology of skin, cleanse the face, give a facial massage, give a basic facial, apply a facial mask, and explain the purpose and types of facial treatments.
  29. Make-Up
    Students will be able to identify the balance and shape of the face, determine correct color of base/foundation to be used, apply a daytime makeup, coordinate colors in make-up and clothes, apply evening make-up, and follow proper sanitation procedures.
  30. Hair Removal
    Students will be able to apply wax depilatory.

All students must complete the required number of Minimum Practical Assignments, the required number of Theory Hours and the required number of Practical Hours as set forth by the State of MI Cosmetology.

Manicurist/Nail Technician - Course Description

The first 100 hours of cosmetology training will take place in the classroom with digital learning and practical (hands-on) work on mannequins and fellow students. Upon completion of these initial hours, students will move to a station on the salon floor where they will serve clients while at the same time continuing training in the classroom and practical assignments.

The curriculum for this course covers, but is not limited to the following:

  • Nail Technology Foundations
  • General Sciences
  • Health Sciences
  • Nail Services
  • Health and Safely
  • Life Skills

We'll also cover the following subjects:

  1. Manicuring
    Students will identify implements for manicuring, arrange implements and materials properly, demonstrate how to sanitize implements, perform a basic manicure, perform a spa manicure, demonstrate arm and hand massage, identify safety measures in pedicuring.
  2. Pedicuring
    Students will identify implements for pedicuring, arrange implements and materials properly, demonstrate how to sanitize implements, perform a basic pedicure, perform a spa pedicure, demonstrate foot massage, identify safety measures in pedicuring.
  3. Artificial
    Students will learn and demonstrate all aspects of artificial nails, including application of a sculptured nail, a nail tip and a nail wrap, identify safety measures.
  4. Hand and Arm Massage
    Students will identify the different massage techniques, identify the benefits of massage and be able to perform basic massages in both manicuring and pedicuring.
  5. Treatment of Nails
    Students will identify nail disorders, identify nail diseases, identify parts of the nail, determine various shapes of a nail.
  6. Salon Management
    Students will learn procedures to open and operate a salon, identify regulations and applicable laws, demonstrate methods of advertising and techniques for managing a salon, demonstrate good communication skills and how to recommend services and products.
  7. Anatomy
    Students will describe the functions of the muscular system, the effects of nutrition on the body, identify bones of the arms and hands and distinguish between the sensory and motor nerves.
  8. Cosmetology Laws and Rules
    Students will explain the purpose of state law regarding cosmetology, read state law requirements and regulations, demonstrate adherence to current state laws.
  9. Study of the Use and Application of Certain Chemicals
    Students will identify chemistry, identify the physical properties of matter, describe the properties of common elements, compounds, and mixture, explain acidity and alkalinity.

All students must complete the required number of Minimum Practical Assignments, the required number of Theory Hours and the required number of Practical Hours as set forth by the State of MI Cosmetology.

Esthetics - Course Description

The first 100 hours of esthetics training will take place in the classroom with digital learning and practical (hands-on) work on mannequins and fellow students. Upon completion of these initial hours, students will move to a station on the salon floor where they will serve clients while at the same time continuing training in the classroom and practical assignments.

The curriculum for this course covers, but is not limited to the following:

  • General Sciences
  • Health Sciences
  • Esthetics–specific content
  • Health and Safely
  • Life Skills

We'll also cover the following subjects:

  1. Anatomy and Physiology
    Students will be guided through all body systems that need to work together to achieve healthy looking skin.
  2. Physiology and Histology of the Skin
    Students will study the anatomy, layers, and functions of the skin.
  3. Disorders and Diseases of the Skin
    Students will be able to recognize common conditions that will help to work with clients more effectively and safely.
  4. Skin Analysis
    Students will become knowledgeable about skin types and conditions.
  5. Skin Care Products
    Chemistry, Ingredients, and Proper Selection
  6. Facial Treatments
    Students will learn the reasons why facial treatments are the foundation for all skin care services.
  7. Facial Massage
    Students will obtain knowledge of muscles, nerves, connective tissues, and blood vessels to performing correct massage.
  8. Facial Devices and Technology
    Students will be introduced to a variety of useful machines and devices that will enhance esthetic services.
  9. Hair Removal
    Students will learn various methods of hair removal.
  10. Makeup Essentials
    Students will learn makeup essential as it relates to an esthetician’s skill set.
  11. Advanced Topics and Treatments
    Understanding the foundations of the equipment, indications and contraindications will enable you to employ combination therapies that will bring greater results and client satisfaction.
  12. Soft Skills Toolbox
    Life skills, Professional Image, Communicating for Success
  13. Health and Public Safety
    Students will learn how to be a healthy professional, as well as study infection control, chemistry, chemical safety, electricity and electrical safety.
  14. Cosmetology Laws and Rules
    Students will explain the purpose of state law regarding cosmetology, read state law requirements and regulations, demonstrate adherence to current state laws.
  15. Business Skills
    Students will be introduced to career planning, on the job, and the beauty business in general.

Cosmetology Careers

  • Hairstylist
  • Hair Coloring Specialist
  • Salon Owner/Manager
  • Make-Up Artist
  • Product Development & Manufacturing
  • Platform Artist/Educator
  • Cosmetology Instructor
  • Manicurist/Nail Technician
  • Skin-Scalp-Hair Specialist
  • Esthetician

Rules and Regulations

Students are expected to abide by the rules and regulations set in this handbook as well as rules found in the Michigan Board of Cosmetology Laws and Rules.

Time Clock Policy

  • Private Pay Students: To avoid being tardy for class, you must clock in between 8:55 a.m. and 9:05 a.m.
  • Ed-Tech Students: Students are required to enter the building as soon as they arrive, and they need to clock in between 11:15 a.m. and 11:30 a.m. to avoid receiving a tardy. Note: do not clock in before 11:15 a.m.
Additional Time clock notes:
  1. Students are not allowed to clock in anyone except themselves. Students who clock other students in or out, at any time, are at risk of disiplinary action and losing verifiable clock hours for the day.
  2. Failure to clock in at time of arrival and/or returning from lunch break may result in loss of verifiable clock hours.
  3. Failure to clock out for required lunch break and/or at the end of the day may result in loss of verifiable clock hours.
  4. Altered or edited time clock sheets may result in loss of verifiable clock hours.
  5. It is the student’s responsibility to maintain proper procedures when clocking in/out to be sure all allowable clock time is credited. Each student is given an hour log booklet to record and maintain their hours attended.

Breaks and Lunch

  • Students must always communicate to an instructor when they leave the floor for breaks or lunch. If you fail to do so, disciplinary action may be taken.
  • Each student is allowed two 10-15 minute breaks (one in the a.m. and one in the p.m.). If a student needs to take their break at a different time due to working on a client, this must be approved with an instructor. A 30-minute lunch break is given when a student is in attendance for more than five hours. Cosmetology rule in the state of Michigan prohibits cosmetology students from attending or receiving credit for more than a seven-hour day. Lunch and break times may be staggered at the discretion of an instructor according to client services.
  • Lunch times must be clocked out and back in.
  • Grondin's College of Cosmetology is a closed campus for Lapeer County Ed Tech students, meaning once you are clocked in, you not allowed to leave the building unless we have permission from the administration at Ed Tech or permission from parent or guardian.

Driving/Parking Regulations

  • We expect all students to be courteous and respectful of the cars, customers, and people in the parking lots surrounding Grondin's College of Cosmetology.
  • Lapeer County Ed Tech students are to leave their vehicles and enter our building after parking. No loitering in vehicles.
  • Students are to operate vehicles in a safe and orderly manner and observe all parking and traffic regulations.
  • Grondin's College of Cosmetology assumes no responsibility for theft, breakage, or damage to any vehicle.
  • All traffic laws and regulations are to be followed.
  • Students who violate driving/parking policies will be subject to disciplinary action.

Privacy

Students will be working closely with each other and clients. Always respect the privacy of one another. Students are not to look through other students’ personal belongings or cosmetology tools or cabinets without permission. Taking supplies from each other without permission will result in disciplinary action. Personal information heard or overheard from clients and/or other students while at school is not to be repeated either in school to other students or clients, or outside of school to anyone. The confidentiality of our students and clients must be respected.

Salon Floor Rules

  1. School approved smocks and nametags must always be worn.
  2. Clean, black, rubber soled tennis shoes with laces must be worn daily.
  3. Please refrain from having your trimmed in a fashion that they interfere with client services and salon duties.
  4. Keep chair, workstation and floor free from hair always.
  5. No smoking/vaping devices will be used inside or near front and back of our building.
  6. Please refrain from gum chewing.
  7. ALL work must be checked by an instructor daily.
  8. Students are expected to be courteous to all staff members, other students and clients.
  9. No profane language allowed.
  10. Students may have personal services done with the instructor’s permission; however, students must pay a minimal fee to cover supplies and overhead.
  11. Area clean-up must be approved before students leave the building.
  12. Pets are not allowed in the building.
  13. Grondin's College of Cosmetology request a physician’s note in the event of injury with restrictions or contagious disease.
  14. All reading material must be related to cosmetology.
  15. All personal belongings, purses, books, coats, clothing etc. must be kept in lockers always.
  16. If a student refuses to perform an assigned client service, they will be asked to clock out for the remainder of the day receiving no verifiable hour credit.
  17. All phases of personal hygiene must be practiced daily.
  18. A five-hour day attended constitutes time for a thirty-minute lunch break.
  19. Personal services for students must be approved by an instructor and pre-paid.
  20. Earbuds are allowed during digital learning.
  21. Business phone may be used for emergencies only.
  22. At the end of each school day, the only item allowed to remain on your station is a blow dryer (COS student). Any other items will be removed.

Classroom Rules

  1. No food or beverages will be allowed at classroom tables, in stations, or on the salon floor.
  2. Once class begins, no student can leave the classroom or building without permission.
  3. Only Cosmetology textbooks, workbooks, and State Laws and Rules books will be allowed at Grondin's College of Cosmetology. Any reading material must pertain to cosmetology.
  4. Workspaces must be free of personal belongings, backpacks, shoes, purses, etc.
  5. No earbuds are allowed unless used for a lesson.

School Rules

  • Name and/or address changes must be given to administration as soon as possible.
  • Grondin's College of Cosmetology is a fragrance-free school. Due to severe allergic reactions, perfumes and scented body lotions are not permitted in the school.

Reception Area

The reception area should be kept clean and free from clutter. All retail shelves should be neatly stocked with products. The products should be pulled to the front edge of the display and the labels need to be facing forward. Magazines and books should be neatly stacked. Students are not allowed to gather and socialize in the reception area or behind the reception desk.

Grondin's College of Cosmetology is not responsible for any stolen or missing items.

Attendance

The importance of regular attendance and punctuality in all programs cannot be stressed enough. Employers are interested in dependability. Each student is expected to be in school unless his/her own illness, or illness or death in his/her family, prevents them from attending. Your contract with Grondin's College of Cosmetology has a start date and an end date in which your hours must be completed. Otherwise, your contract becomes null and void. Times of contracts may be extended at the discretion of Grondin's Administration in the event of prolonged medical illness or family emergency. The request for an extension must be submitted by the student in writing before completion.

  • Full-time students attend class five days per week for a total of 35 hours.
  • Part-time students attend class three days per week for a total of 21 hours.
  • Full-time and part-time students are allowed three tardies within each month without the student’s grade being affected.
  • Students must attend a minimum of three hours to receive hours for the day.

All programs are a clock hour program as follows:

  • Cosmetology: 1500 hours
  • Manicurist: 400 hours
  • Esthetics: 400 hours
  • Instructor: 500 hours
  • Limited Instructor: 300 hours

Leave of Absence Requirements

  • If you are going to be absent or late, contact your instructor by 9:00 a.m. Your instructor will provide you with their preferred contact information. The absence must be reported before class starts.
  • In the event of an injury or leave of any type such as maternity or medical, Grondin's College of Cosmetology requires a note from the doctor to return to school.
  • If absence is for an extended time, it needs to be approved by Grondin's College of Cosmetology and accompanied by an anticipated date of return. A Leave of Absence form must be completed, signed, and turned in to administration.
  • Grondin's College of Cosmetology requests documentation for absences related to medical issues or funeral services.
  • Students who miss thirty consecutive days of school are subject to termination from the program.
  • Students receive monthly updates as to the status of clock hours of attendance.

Dress Code

  • Students should dress in good taste that doesn't attract other than normal attention. Clean appearance is always expected. Examples of acceptable and unacceptable attire are shown on our website at grondinscollege.com.
  • Please see details listed on Dress Code Acknowledgement located in handbook folder.
  • Good personal hygiene is a must. Students are expected to maintain good oral hygiene, bathe or shower daily, wash their hands often, and keep their hair clean and styled in a professional manner. Guys also need to neatly trim any facial hair.
  • Management has the final say on what is considered professional and appropriate.

Shop Work - General Housekeeping

Just as in a salon or place of business, there are housekeeping duties that need to be performed daily. Students and or groups of students will be assigned certain areas to keep maintained on a rotational basis. Students are responsible for clean up of all practical areas.

Workstation Cleanliness
  1. Countertops, chairs, manicure stations, esthetic client room should be wiped down every day with disinfectant.
  2. Mirrors should be clean and free of dust.
  3. Personal items cannot be kept on stations.
  4. All cabinets should be clean.
  5. Cos students may leave blow dryer on station overnight. All other tools need to be put away.
  6. Tools should be removed from stations and cleaned immediately after every use.
  7. All tools and product containers should be clean and free of hair.
  8. Hair should be swept and floor clean, always.
  9. Chairs should stay stationary facing the mirror with pumper in the rear available for use.
Dispensary Rules / Tool Cage
  1. Sinks must be clean.
  2. All items must be returned to designated areas of storage.
  3. Towels must be kept clean and folded.
  4. Floor need to be swept and cleaned.
  5. Wipe down counters.
  6. Bottles and brushes must be cleaned.
  7. Read all directions carefully.
  8. Empty waste baskets and keep lids clean.

Practical (Salon Floor) Assignments

  • Clients are evenly distributed among students.
  • All clients are on a walk-in basis.
  • Requests by customers are honored whenever possible.
  • If a student refuses to service a client, he/she will be asked to clock out for the remainder of the day.

Unsatisfactory Progress

Students must maintain an 80% average in order to be awarded graduation certificate. If academic and/or clinical fall below this regulation set forth by Grondin's College of Cosmetology, the student will be asked to sign a progress report indicating current grade. Graduation depends upon successful completion of the program. Students must complete all theory, practical, and hour components.

Grading

Students will be evaluated in academic, work ethic, and practical settings. A written test will be given at the completion of each chapter. Practical skills are evaluated as well by instructors while performing the skill. In order to receive credit for your work, it must be signed by an instructor.

There are 4 components required for course completion, time clock hours, theory (classroom) hours, practical (skills) hours, MPA’s (minimum practical applications). Completing the required number of each component in a timely manner is essential for the student to be able to complete the course within the allotted amount of time.

It is the student’s responsibility to schedule make-up (missed) work with their instructor.

Point System
  • Students have 10 points available daily to earn in the area of Work Ethic.
  • Students have 10 points available daily to earn in the area of Practical Skills.
  • Student’s daily performance will impact their grade and dictate how many points are earned in a day.

The following violations will result in point loss.

  • Work Ethic
  • Sleeping during class: -10 points
  • No call in if absent: -10 points
  • Tardy: -4 points
  • Dress code violation: No verifiable time clock hours earned
  • Shop work not done: -4 points
  • Not prepared: -4 points
  • Excessive cell phone use: -4 points
  • Food/beverage on salon floor or in the classroom: -2 points
  • Not participating: -5 points
  • Other: Instructor’s discretion

Practical Skills will be graded according to student performance/instructor discretion.

Visitors

Children, relatives, or friends are not permitted to be in attendance during school hours unless they are receiving a service. This includes both classroom and practical areas.

Gross Violations

Behavior such as the following may lead to immediate termination.

  1. Possession of controlled substances
  2. Under the influence of controlled substances (drugs and/or alcohol)
  3. Theft of property belonging to Grondin's College of Cosmetology, fellow student, or instructor
  4. Vandalism of Grondin's College of Cosmetology, fellow student, instructor’s property
  5. Fighting or assaulting

Withdrawing from School

If a student wishes to withdraw from the program, he/she must contact the administration and give reason for the withdrawal. Any items or personal belongings that remain at the school seven days after the termination/graduation will become property of Grondin's College of Cosmetology.

Communication

Should Grondin's College of Cosmetology have any delays, closings or information that we feel is important to students, we will communicate using REMIND text messages or Grondin's College of Cosmetology - Students Facebook page.

  • Please take a moment to register on the REMIND application so that you don’t miss any important information.
  • REMIND Class Code to join Grondin's College of Cosmetology is kd843k.

Completion

  • Upon satisfactory completion of hours and completing the required number of MPA’s, practical hours, and theory hours, students will receive a certificate of completion and will be eligible to register to take the State Board Examination.
  • Certificate of completion and signed PSI exam candidate information bulletin cannot be released until all required components have been met.
  • Should these components not be completed, it will be at the student’s expense to return and do so.

Graduation Day

Students are required to take all personal belongs from station and locker on the day they complete their contract. Failure to do so will result in ownership of items now belonging to Grondin's College of Cosmetology.

State Board Exam Preparation

Students will have the opportunity to take part in a mock state board exam experience. Students who choose not to participate while still in attendance and want to come back after graduation for mock board, will be charged a flat fee of $80.00 as well as risk that we may not have an instructor available to provide a mock board.