Total Enrollment 346
Student-to-Faculty Ratio 17 : 1

Jean Madeline Aveda Institute
315A Bainbridge St, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19147
(215) 238-9998

Our mission and Products: Our mission at Jean Meadeline is to provide exceptional service while creating an atmosphere of warmth, beauty and wellness.we are proud to be an Aveda concept salon, offering Aveda's full-line of earth-friendly hair and body products to enrich you, our client-body, mind and soul

Information based on 2010 data from the U.S. Department of Education, National Center for Education Statistics.

General Information
Institution Type < 2-year, Private for-profit
Special Learning Opportunities Teacher certification
Student Services Academic/career counseling service
Employment services for students
Placement services for completers
Credit Accepted Institution does not accept dual, credit for life, or AP credits
Religious Affiliation Not applicable
Federal Aid Eligible students may receive Pell Grants and other federal aid (e.g. Direct Loans).
Degrees/Certificates Offered Less than one year certificate
One but less than two years certificate
Campus Setting City: Large
Disability Services Student 3% or less
Admissions Office Phone (215) 238-9998
Admissions Office Email [email protected]
Admissions Office Address # 315A Bainbridge St # Philadelphia, PA 19147
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Duped on December 10, 2016 said:

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SCHOOL : STUDENT be forewarned!
I was forewarned by another parent when my daughter decided she was considering going to school here, but dismissed thinking it wasn't a good fit for her daughter. Should have listened.
If you are going to commute and as unreliable as septa is, they will make your life miserable..if you are 1 minute late it is considered in 15 minutes increments docked from your time. Which they charged us $12 a minute to make up. Apparently they had thousands in overage charges for students. Students were dropping out. Now they have done away with charges, they just essentially kick a student out if you miss enough of thier time. Apparently to have students re-register to get more tuition.
Tuition is a joke, the fees and the "contract" was disregarded halfway through my daughter's school year and if the students did not sign the new contract they were immediately kicked out of the program AFTER second payments were made. The entire program was restructured totally disregarding all the students rights. New times, fees and overage charges are just a few.
The Money they "guarantee" your student will receive is a LIE. Total bait and switch. They "estimate" on the contract how much funding you will receive. The first meeting this young lady who pretty much agreed with everything you ask to sign the contract is a lie. Once you sign up everything they verbally promised is a lie. After my daughter signed the contract we were told none of the funding was applicable apparently the sheet of funding "attached" to the contract is just an insert and not part of the actual contract! The small amount of fafsa approved funding was RETURNED by the school that the SCHOOL determined we were Not financially in need. Simply because we have jobs!
The teachers are complete bullies. My daughter is not one to be bullied so the would write her up for everything they could...attire and make her leave when she wore the same black pants for months sent her home midday and charged her the time . For two months made her stand at a stand alone station as a Sr. To do Nothing ALL day trying to make her quit! The entire school is run by incompetent hairstylists. Nothing is legit and a total ruse. The ONLY thing this place cares about is 10 different ways to scam students out of $. They want students to drop out or force to leave to open up room to bring in new students for more tuition. While charging customers ridiculous service fees for a school.

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