Programs Offered

Cosmetology / Massage Therapy

Recent Reviews

Hippie Mama
11/29/2023 via Google
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Current student here. If you are looking to speak to voicemails all day long or people that sound like they have attitudes because they have to do their job then this is definitely the school for you. This school is costing me $70k for the two years that I plan to attend and I feel like I’m having to do everything myself. They get you in by the sense of “family” and “camaraderie” but once you’re in, it could not be further from the truth. You will be calling all day long for several days at a time to get some sort of answer and let’s pray that it’s the right one. If you are a VA student I definitely suggest you use your money else where. You will have to chase them down to be paid on time but rest assured they will get their money off of the top. I have really lost faith in this school and I have only been here for a solid two months. I feel like staff should not be able to use the excuse of “losing staff members” or “training” when you are waiting on your funds to live your day to day life because if it were you that owed them money, they wouldn’t care less about what you are going through. I’m beyond frustrated and tired of these school scamming people out of their hard earned money.

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8/10/2023 via Google
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For 1 year and 1 month we have been getting the same run around. I want my daughters diploma, she earned it! Being on the president/dean list every semester, she had a great relationship between clinical sites and school. They do not care about there students, they went to class sick with covid, the day after birth, and other medical issues but they went and the successfully completed the program. they deserve what is theirs. I WANT MY DAUGHTER'S Diploma

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Iyaliz Rivera
7/24/2023 via Google
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Move from PA to SC 2 years ago came to southeaster college and change my major to medical assistant, a lot of people didn't believed I could do it because of my language barrier. I graduated July 22 moved to Florida and work with a group of cardiologist in south Florida as a Bilingual Medical assistant. thanks to my teacher who believed in me and helped me be where I am now. Don't be afraid of taking this step everything is possible.

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In the School's Words

In the School's Words

The cosmetology certificate program teaches students the fundamentals of cosmetology. It establishes a balanced foundation of practical hands-on experience specifically applicable to the cosmetology industry by applying practical knowledge and skills in the student salon environment. Students follow a curriculum that adheres to the South Carolina Department of Labor, Licensing and Regulation—State Board of Cosmetology’s guidelines and regulations.

The cosmetology certificate program prepares students to meet the requirements for a South Carolina Cosmetology license.
Students will:

  • Understand and comply with the laws, regulations, and rules of the South Carolina Department of Labor, Licensing and Regulation—State Board of Cosmetology
  • Professionally communicate, analyze, and execute cosmetology services
  • Adhere to approved sanitation and safety practices
  • Define and apply salon effective operations techniques
  • Perform basic and advanced coloring, styling, shaping, and texturizing
  • Perform nail/skin services within cosmetology limits


Southeastern College - Columbia offers the following programs:

Cosmetology / Massage Therapy

About This School

Accreditation or State Approval

The accreditation or state approval status of this school's programs is unknown. We did not find accreditation or approval status through publicly available records. Please check directly with the relevant state board about programs at this school.


To apply to this school, there is a $50 application fee.

Financial Aid

0.84% of students received financial aid

On average, students received $5993 in financial aid.

Student Body

Gender Ratio

0.89% Female, 0.11% Male

Race / Ethnicity Ratio

0.12% White, 0.24% Hispanic / Latino, 0.42% African American, 0% Asian American, % American Indian, % Hawaiian / Pacific, % Two or More, % Unknown

694 students are enrolled in this school

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Page last updated: 01/02/2024

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