General Information



 Day Class Enrollment: First Tuesday of January, March, May, July, September, and November.

    Students must enroll in advance of each starting date through the Admissions Director. This includes all courses taught at "Creations" College of Cosmetology - Cosmetology,  and Instructor Trainee course.



    An applicant for instructor training shall be required in the usual manner and shall

  1. Have current Mississippi Cosmetology License.

  2. Be no less than twenty one years of age.

  3. Have a high school education or equivalent.

  4. Be a graduate of  an accredited cosmetology school in this or any other state.

  5. Before application for instructors examination, the instructor-trainee shall have completed three semester hours (12) in "Methods of Teaching."  In the event that courses in "Methods in Teaching" are not available, allied courses, as may approved by the Board, shall be acceptable.

  6. Have at least two years active experience as a licensed cosmetologist (immediately prior to application for examination.)



1. High School Graduates
2. Holders of High School Graduation Equivalency Certificates

      All applicants are required to visit the school for a personal interview with the director of admissions.  An applicant is encouraged to apply for admission as far in advance of the starting date as possible.

    In accordance with the Mississippi State Board of Cosmetology in all cases, no applicant will be allowed to enroll who has not who has not finished ten years of secondary training. All applicants must submit the required Mississippi Board of Cosmetology application forms and educational transcript before being accepted into "Creations" School of Cosmetology Program. Students are given the required forms after successfully completing the aptitude test and interview with the school manager.


    Twelve months of continuous training training is required, consisting of not more than eight hours each day or more than thirty hours per week for a minimum total accumulation of 1500 (clock) hours.

The state of Mississippi Law requirements for theory and practical classes in cosmetology are divided approximately into 60 percent clinic work and 40 percent classroom work (both theory and practical application.) This can not be completed in less than 12 months.




Red Scrubs Sweaters-White
Lab Jackets-Black Shoes-Black or White


Dress Slacks-Black White oxford cloth type shirt
Lab Jackets-Black Shoes-low heel dress shoes


    Should a student find it necessary to be out of school, they may have a leave for up to 180 days.  This leave will have to be in writing stating why you must be on leave.  During an approved Leave of Absence, the student may not  receive Financial Assistance.  A student is allowed three (3) leaves not to exceed 180 days per enrollment.  After 180 days you will be dropped.

    In some instance a student maybe permitted to take a 180 day Leave of Absence (6 months) with a doctors excuse.