Congratulations on your acceptance to Elizabeth Grady School. Whether you have chosen to begin your career as a student in the School of Esthetics, School of Massage Therapy, or have chosen to enroll in the Art of Makeup program or other specialized advanced and continuing educational programs offered; we are confident that you will have an educational experience that will meet or exceed your expectations.

Once you have received your letter of acceptance you may begin preparing for your first day of classes. The school will send an email reminding you of your first day and everything needed approximately two weeks prior to your start date. In the interim, below are some guidelines you may follow in anticipation of beginning your program.

School of Esthetics

  1. Uniforms:
    The school will issue you your uniforms on the first day of classes.
    Additional uniform sizes will be available for exchange if needed.
    Two uniforms are included in the total cost of the program.
    Additional uniforms are available for purchase in the school store if desired.
    Female esthetics students are provide two pair of white uniform pants and two white Elizabeth Grady jackets.
    Male student are issued two white lab jackets. In addition to lab jackets, men may wear black pants and a button down or polo shirt.
    Reference the Elizabeth Grady School of Esthetics Policy Handbook for more details surrounding uniforms and dress code policies.
  2. Textbooks:
    Textbooks are issued on the first day of your respective classes. There is no additional cost for textbooks as they are included in the total cost of the program.
  3. Shoes:
    The School of Esthetics asks students to purchase a shoe that is comfortable and lends to standing for long periods of time. Shoes must be all white, have a rubber sole, and must have an enclosed toe.
    Male students may wear comfortable rubber soled shoes with an enclosed toe that correspond in color to their black colored pant.
  4. Makeup Kits:
    Esthetics students will be issued and educational makeup kit and professional brush set that is included in the overall cost of the program.
    Students are asked to use makeup kits for the purpose of providing makeup artistry services for other people. Therefore, sanitation and maintenance of a hygienic kit is essential. Makeup artistry instructors will provide direction early in the program as to how to do this.
    Additional makeup products extending beyond student kits will be provided as part of the total program cost to support a comprehensive learning experience that includes a variety of coverage, finishes, colors, and effects.
  5. Combination Padlock:
    Students are issued a locker on the first day of class. Esthetics students are not charged a rental fee for lockers but must provide a combination padlock, no key locks are allowed to prevent keys being locked in lockers.
  6. Notebooks, Writing Utensils, and Stationary Items:
    Esthetics students should bring a single notebook and pen/pencil to school on the first day. For organizational purposes, it is recommended that esthetician students purchase four spiral bound or three-ring binders with loose leaf paper so that notes can be taken separately and organized for the four main program modules they will attend.
  7. Products:
    Skin care and cosmetic products used for practice and clinic services are provided by the school.
    Students will be educated on the several lines of products available to them and the consumer as part of the esthetics program.
    Skin care and makeup services are available for purchase in the Elizabeth Grady School Store.
  8. School Policies:
    The School of Esthetics request students download the Esthetics Policy Handbook and read prior to beginning the program. Any questions regarding school policies will be addressed the first day of class or may be directed to Admissions at admissions@elizabethgrady.com or 781-960-0120.
  9. Financial Aid and Admissions:
    Esthetics students should double check to confirm that all financial aid and admissions requirements have been submitted. Refer to Steps to Enroll for a list of these requirements and to the Financial Planning page for information on loans, grants, and payment plan options.

School of Makeup Artistry

  1. Dress Code:
    Art of Makeup students should wear all black attire with comfortable, closed toed shoes. You will be on your feet a lot so a low-heeled, rubber soled shoe is recommend. No jeans or sneakers are permitted.
  2. Text Materials:
    Text materials will be issued on the first day of the Art of Makeup Program. There is no additional cost for text materials as they are included in the total cost of the program.
  3. Makeup Kits:
    Students enrolled in all four modules of the Art of Makeup Program will receive an educational makeup kit and professional brush set as part of the overall cost of the program.
    Students are asked to use makeup kits for the purpose of providing makeup artistry services for other people. Therefore, sanitation and maintenance of a hygienic kit is essential. Makeup artistry instructors will provide direction early in the program as to how to do this.
    Additional makeup products extending beyond student kits will be provided as part of the total program cost to support a comprehensive learning experience that includes a variety of coverage, finishes, colors, and effects.
    Students enrolling in one to three modules are required to purchase the Educational Kit separately. Educational kits are only included when the student completes the entire four modules.
  4. Final Certification:
    Student must be present for all classes, be paid in full, and have completed all assignments and quizzes.

School of Massage Therapy

  1. Uniforms:
    The school will issue you your uniforms on the first day of classes.
    Additional uniform sizes will be available for exchange if needed.
    Two uniforms are included in the total cost of the program.
    Additional uniforms are available for purchase in the school store if desired.
    Female massage students are provide two pair of white uniform pants and two white Elizabeth Grady jackets.
    Male student are issued two white lab jackets. In addition to lab jackets, men may wear khaki pants and a button down or polo shirt.
    Reference the Elizabeth Grady School of Massage Therapy Policy Handbook for more details surrounding uniforms and dress code policies.
  2. Textbooks: Textbooks are issued on the first day of your respective classes. There is no additional cost for textbooks as they are included in the total cost of the program.
  3. Shoes:
    The School of Massage Therapy asks students to purchase a shoe that is comfortable and lends to standing for long periods of time.
    Shoes must be all white, have a rubber sole, and must have an enclosed toe.
    Male students may wear comfortable rubber soled shoes with an enclosed toe that correspond in color to their khaki colored pant.
  4. Massage Table:
    Massage therapy students are required to purchase a massage table for at home practice.
    Students are not expected bring their personal massage tables to the school.
    Massage therapy instructors will provide students a variety of options and vendors ranging in price to meet students’ budgets.
  5. Combination Padlock:
    Students are issued a locker on the first day of class. Massage Therapy students are not charged a rental fee for lockers but must provide a combination padlock, no key locks are allowed to prevent keys being locked in lockers.
  6. Notebooks, Writing Utensils, and Stationary Items:
    Massage therapy students should bring a single notebook and pen or pencil to school on the first day. For organizational purposes, it is recommended that students purchase four spiral bound or three-ring binders with loose leaf paper so that notes can be taken separately for the four main program modules they will attend.
  7. Products:
    Oils and creams for massage therapy practice and clinic services are provided by the school.
    Students will be educated on the broad range of massage products available to them while in school.
    Massage creams, oils, and gels are available for purchase in the Elizabeth Grady School Store.
  8. School Policies:
    The School of Massage Therapy request students download the Massage Therapy Policy Handbook and read prior to beginning the program. Any questions regarding school policies will be addressed the first day of class or may be directed to Admissions at admissions@elizabethgrady.com or 781-960-0120.
  9. Financial Aid and Admissions:
    Massage therapy students should double check to confirm that all financial aid and admissions requirements have been submitted. Refer to Steps to Enroll for a list of these requirements and to the Financial Planning page for information on loans, grants, and payment plan options.

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