Following your passion to become a beauty professional means putting forth both a personal and a financial commitment.
Federal Pell Grants and Federal Direct Loans are available to those who qualify. These grants and loans may cover a significant portion of your tuition. If you would like to know more about these types of financial assistance, please visit the Federal Student Aid Website.
If you are interested in attending Baldwin Beauty School we recommend students and parents of dependent students, submit a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). On the FAFSA Application, you will be asked for our school code: Baldwin School Code is 012268. If you submit your Free Application for Federal Student Aid using FAFSA on the Web, then the U.S. Department of Education will usually process your application within 3-5 days.
If you have not already done so, we strongly encourage you to schedule an appointment with our admissions office during this time. Once we receive your FAFSA we will email you eligibility information.
SOC codes for programs offered:
- Cosmetology – 39.5012.00
- Esthetician – 39.5094.00
- Manicurist – 39.5092.00
- Instructor – 39.5012.00
For more information on financial aid assistance, please visit either of our convenient locations or Apply Now.
Net Price Calculator
In accordance with the Higher Education Opportunity Act of 2008 (HEOA), Baldwin Beauty Schools provides the Net Price Calculator shown below. The Net Price Calculator is designed to provide you a broad general estimate of your first-year costs to attend Baldwin Beauty Schools and the financial assistance you might receive to meet those costs. Please be cautious of the results of this estimator as it is only a general estimate. We strongly encourage you to meet with a member of our financial aid office to obtain detailed financial aid information and an estimate based upon your individual family circumstances, financial situation, and specific program of interest.
This calculator should allow students to calculate an estimated net price of attendance at an institution (defined as cost of attendance minus grant and scholarship aid) based on what similar students paid in a previous year. The calculator is an attempt to give you an early estimate of how much aid you may qualify for. However, the accuracy of this calculator is not guaranteed. It is in your best interest to wait until actual financial aid amounts are known before making a decision about where you attend.