Paying for College
At Capri Beauty College, we believe education is an investment in your future. Read more about Financial Aid options or contact Capri's Admissions & Financial Aid Team to help you plan for college and answer all your questions.
Interest free monthly payment plan is available for all programs and includes cash, check, money order, Visa, Discover, and Debit cards as acceptable method of payment.
Federal Student Aid
The federal government though it’s Department of Education has Federal Monies to aid qualifying students. Financial Aid Counselors are available on campus at Capri by phone and by appointment.
AMERICAN ASSOCIATION OF COSMETOLOGY SCHOOLS The Association offers scholarships and grants to deserving cosmetology students. To learn more about industry scholarships visit
BEAUTY CHANGES LIVES The Beauty Changes Lives Foundation is committed to uniting the beauty industry to support the next generation of beauty and wellness professionals. Since its inception, the foundation has awarded over $2 million and over 300 scholarships to cosmetology, nail, massage and esthetic students.
BEAUTY SCHOOLS DIRECTORY Future students of the beauty disciplines – including cosmetology, barbering, esthetics and skin care, nail technology, makeup artistry and several others – can apply for these $2,500 scholarships for cosmetology school. This beauty school scholarship is awarded four times per year, and may be used at most schools nationwide. The scholarship recipient is selected from the pool of individuals who submit their scholarship applications before the deadline each quarter, and meet the eligibility criteria outlined in the rules. Deadlines: January 31, April 30, July 31 and October 31 each year.
CAPRI LEGACY SCHOLARSHIP 2018 Scholarship funds are available to eligible new students with recommendation of a Capri alumni. Application requirements of the legacy scholarship must be complete prior to Orientation Day. Maximum award of $1000.00 is determined from the quality of application, recommendation and school records. Recipient will be evaluated for grades and attendance (90% required) at the end of each payment period and deemed eligible or ineligible. Funds are disbursed proportionally between payment periods. If a student is ineligible in one payment period, he or she may regain eligibility for the next payment period funds by improving grades or attendance. Student will become ineligible if standards for attendance and GPA are not met at the payment period. For evaluation purposes, percentage points round up: 89.5 = 90%.
legacy Scholarship recipients may use this chart when monitoring attendance and eligibility
Payment Period 1 (47 absent hours allowed at 450 hours).
Payment Period 2 (94 absent hours allowed at 900 hours).
Payment Period 3 (126 absent hours allowed at 1200 hours).
Payment Period 4 (157 absent hours allowed at 1500 hours).
Note: The absent hours allowed for scholarship eligibility are not to be confused with total absent hours (75) allowed in the program. More than 75 hours absent at 1500 hours will result in overtime charges. View Capri Catalog of Policies and Procedures for Calculation of Overtime Charges.
Scholarship funds are not eligible for appeal