Beauty school tuition has jumped from $150 a day in 2017 to $160 in 2018, according to a report by a research company.
The New York-based beauty school company Beauty Lab Research Inc. said it obtained data on the cost of tuition at its flagship, Beauty School, at its two campuses in New York City.
The data comes as Trump has ordered a crackdown on school choice and as a number of schools that offer private tuition and scholarships for students have been targeted.
The tuition hike comes at a time when many students are paying higher prices for higher education.
The cost of a year’s tuition for public colleges and universities in the United States rose to $4,869 in 2020, up 8.6% from $3,742 in 2017.
The average price of a public college degree in 2018 was $34,927, up 16.5% from last year.
The cost of private tuition rose to about $2,000 a year at two schools, according the report, but that number is expected to fall to $1,500 next year.
At the other two schools in New Jersey, the cost increased from $300 to $400 a year, but the number of students paying that amount has dropped from 5,000 to 2,500.
In addition to tuition, the New York schools offer a variety of benefits, including health insurance, a library, a gym and gym memberships.
The two schools have also teamed up to offer a program to students to cover the cost for living expenses.
Students will pay $150 in tuition, $100 a day for books, supplies and fees.
The rest of the cost will be covered by the school.
Students must be at least 18 years old to attend the Beauty School.
A private school cannot offer scholarships or free tuition.
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