Cosmetology/Cosmetologist Vocational Program 2015 Average Tuition and Other Costs

Cosmetology/Cosmetologist is a program that generally prepares individuals to cut, trim, and style scalp, facial, and body hair; apply cosmetic preparations; perform manicures and pedicures; massage the head and extremities; and prepare for practice as licensed cosmetologists in specialized or full-service salons. Includes instruction in hair cutting and styling, manicuring, pedicuring, facial treatments, shampooing, chemical applications, esthetics, shop management, sanitation and safety, customer service, and applicable professional and labor laws and regulations. In this article, we analyze the 2015 tuition and other costs for vocational Cosmetology/Cosmetologist programs offered by U.S. Colleges.

Total 1,510 colleges are offering the Cosmetology/Cosmetologist programs. Among them, 1,277 colleges keep the program as their largest program. The average tuition for the Cosmetology/Cosmetologist program is $14,047 for 2015.

Next table describes average tuition, books & supply costs, program length and other information for Cosmetology/Cosmetologist program.

Cosmetology/Cosmetologist Program Statistics (2015)
Total Number of Schools1,510
Average Tuition & Fees$14,047
Average Books & Supplies Costs$1,612
Average Length of Program (in contact hours)1,469.71 Hours
Average Number of Months to Complete Program12.59 Month(s)

Average Cost of Attendance for Cosmetology/Cosmetologist Program

For academic year 2014-2015, the average cost of attendance of Cosmetology/Cosmetologist program is $27,855 when students living on campus housing facilities and $32,717 when living off campus. If students live with family or relatives, the cost of attendance is - without room & board costs. The 2015 average tuition & fees for the Cosmetology/Cosmetologist is $14,047.

Next table and chart illustrate the average amount of each cost item for studying vocational Cosmetology/Cosmetologist program in US colleges.

2015 Cost of Attendance For Cosmetology/Cosmetologist Program
Amount
Tuition & Fees$14,047
Books and Supplies$1,612
On-Camus Room & Board$7,927
On-Camus Other Expenses$4,270
Off-Camus Room & Board$11,359
Off-Camus Other Expenses$5,699
Off-Camus Other Expenses Living with Family$4,890

Popular Colleges in Cosmetology/Cosmetologist Area

Below list is the colleges that offer Cosmetology/Cosmetologist and are popular in the area. The popularity is calculated based on enrollment, referred number, and other academic factors. In addition you can see all schools offering the program at Cosmetology/Cosmetologist Vocational Schools page.

2015 Undergraduate and Graduate Average Tuition Costs Charts

U.S. Department of Education has been released the college and university tuition and other costs for academic year 2014-2015. We analyzed each cost item by school type, level, and offered programs. For academic year 2014-2015, for all public colleges, the undergraduate average tuition & fees $5,546 for in-state students and $11,758 for out-of-state students. For private schools, the average tuition & fees are $20,099 for all students. Next table and chart illustrate the 2015 average tuition and other costs for undergraduate programs by various factors.

2015 Undergraduate Tuition & Fess

Table. 2015 Undergraduate Average Tuition & Costs
Tuition & Fees
In-StateOut-of-State
Public Schools
All Public Schools$5,546$11,758
4 Years or High$7,904$17,808
2-4 Years$3,807$7,508
Less Than 2 Years$6,538$6,749
Private Schools
All Private Schools$20,099
4 Years or High$22,014
2-4 Years$14,054
Less Than 2 Years$11,939

2015 Graduate Schools Tuition & Costs

The graduate school average tuition & fees $9,832 for in-state students and $18,668 for out of state students who are attending in public colleges. For private schools, the 2015 average tuition & fees are $16,822 for all students. We note that the actual costs may vary by major programs for graduate schools.
Table. 2015 Graduate Average Tuition & Costs
Tuition & Fees
In-StateOut-of-State
Public Schools$9,832$18,668
Private Schools$16,822

2015 District of Columbia Colleges Average Tuition and Other Costs Charts

There are 24 colleges in District of Columbia State - 2 public and 22 private schools. Among them, 17 schools offer undergraduate programs and 19 schools offer graduate programs. Next table shows statistical data for colleges and universities located in District of Columbia State.
Table. College Statistics In District of Columbia State
Total Number of Schools24
School Types
Public Schools2
Private Schools (not for profit)15
Private Schools (for profit)7
School Levels
4 Years or High20
2-4 Years1
Less Than 2 Years3
Program Offers
Undergraduate Programs17
Graduate Programs19

[CHART]Number of Schools By School Type

[CHART]Number of Schools By School Level

Student Popluation at District of Columbia Colleges (Fall 2014)

Total 110,359 students are enrolled in District of Columbia colleges including undergraduate and graduate schools in Fall 2014. Next table shows student population by gender and degree for colleges located in District of Columbia State.
Table. Student Enrollment in District of Columbia State Colleges (Enrolled In Fall 2014)
TotalMenWomen [CHART]Undergraduate Enrollment [CHART]Graduate Enrollment
Total110,35945,04765,312
Undergraduate60,24823,49936,749
Graduate50,11121,54828,563

2015 Undergraduate Average Tuition & Costs at District of Columbia Colleges

For academic year 2014-2015, the undergraduate average tuition & fees $5,251 for District of Columbia State students and $11,233 for out of state students attending in District of Columbia public colleges. For private District of Columbia schools, the average tuition & fees are $24,623 for all students. Next table and chart illustrate the 2015 average tuition and other costs for undergraduate programs at District of Columbia colleges.
Table. 2015 Undergraduate Average Tuition & Costs at District of Columbia Colleges
Tuition & FeesBooks & SuppliesLiving Costs
In-StateOut-of-StateOn-CampusOff-Campus
Public Schools$5,251$11,233 $1,200-$20,357
Private Schools$24,623 $1,223$15,497$15,459

2015 Graduate Schools Average Tuition & Costs at District of Columbia Colleges

The graduate school average tuition & fees $8,700 for District of Columbia State students and $16,162 for out of state students attending in District of Columbia public colleges. For private District of Columbia schools, the average tuition & fees are $22,378 for all students. Next table and chart illustrate the 2015 average tuition and other costs for graduate programs at District of Columbia colleges. We note that the actual costs may vary by major programs.
Table. 2015 Graduate Average Tuition & Costs at District of Columbia Colleges
Tuition & FeesBooks & SuppliesLiving Costs
In-StateOut-of-StateOn-CampusOff-Campus
Public Schools$8,700$16,162 $1,200-$20,357
Private Schools$22,378 $1,223$15,497$15,459

2015 Wyoming Colleges Average Tuition and Other Costs Charts

There are 12 colleges in Wyoming State - 8 public and 4 private schools. Among them, 12 schools offer undergraduate programs and 1 schools offer graduate programs. Next table shows statistical data for colleges and universities located in Wyoming State.
Table. College Statistics In Wyoming State
Total Number of Schools12
School Types
Public Schools8
Private Schools (not for profit)0
Private Schools (for profit)4
School Levels
4 Years or High3
2-4 Years9
Less Than 2 Years0
Program Offers
Undergraduate Programs12
Graduate Programs1

[CHART]Number of Schools By School Type

[CHART]Number of Schools By School Level

Student Popluation at Wyoming Colleges (Fall 2014)

Total 50,603 students are enrolled in Wyoming colleges including undergraduate and graduate schools in Fall 2014. Next table shows student population by gender and degree for colleges located in Wyoming State.

Table. Student Enrollment in Wyoming State Colleges (Enrolled In Fall 2014)
TotalMenWomen [CHART]Undergraduate Enrollment [CHART]Graduate Enrollment
Total50,60325,09125,512
Undergraduate47,45323,63623,817
Graduate3,1501,4551,695

2015 Undergraduate Average Tuition & Costs at Wyoming Colleges

For academic year 2014-2015, the undergraduate average tuition & fees $2,839 for Wyoming State students and $7,348 for out of state students attending in Wyoming public colleges. For private Wyoming schools, the average tuition & fees are $16,968 for all students. Next table and chart illustrate the 2015 average tuition and other costs for undergraduate programs at Wyoming colleges.
Table. 2015 Undergraduate Average Tuition & Costs at Wyoming Colleges
Tuition & FeesBooks & SuppliesLiving Costs
In-StateOut-of-StateOn-CampusOff-Campus
Public Schools$2,839$7,348 $1,215$8,933$10,933
Private Schools$16,968 --$15,344

2015 Graduate Schools Average Tuition & Costs at Wyoming Colleges

The graduate school average tuition & fees $5,234 for Wyoming State students and $13,136 for out of state students attending in Wyoming public colleges. For private Wyoming schools, the average tuition & fees are - for all students. Next table and chart illustrate the 2015 average tuition and other costs for graduate programs at Wyoming colleges. We note that the actual costs may vary by major programs.
Table. 2015 Graduate Average Tuition & Costs at Wyoming Colleges
Tuition & FeesBooks & SuppliesLiving Costs
In-StateOut-of-StateOn-CampusOff-Campus
Public Schools$5,234$13,136 $1,215$8,933$10,933
Private Schools- --$15,344

2015 Wisconsin Colleges Average Tuition and Other Costs Charts

There are 128 colleges in Wisconsin State - 33 public and 95 private schools. Among them, 122 schools offer undergraduate programs and 49 schools offer graduate programs. Next table shows statistical data for colleges and universities located in Wisconsin State.
Table. College Statistics In Wisconsin State
Total Number of Schools128
School Types
Public Schools33
Private Schools (not for profit)36
Private Schools (for profit)59
School Levels
4 Years or High74
2-4 Years44
Less Than 2 Years10
Program Offers
Undergraduate Programs122
Graduate Programs49

[CHART]Number of Schools By School Type

[CHART]Number of Schools By School Level

Student Popluation at Wisconsin Colleges (Fall 2014)

Total 474,301 students are enrolled in Wisconsin colleges including undergraduate and graduate schools in Fall 2014. Next table shows student population by gender and degree for colleges located in Wisconsin State.

Table. Student Enrollment in Wisconsin State Colleges (Enrolled In Fall 2014)
TotalMenWomen [CHART]Undergraduate Enrollment [CHART]Graduate Enrollment
Total474,301204,735269,566
Undergraduate416,306183,567232,739
Graduate57,99521,16836,827

2015 Undergraduate Average Tuition & Costs at Wisconsin Colleges

For academic year 2014-2015, the undergraduate average tuition & fees $5,916 for Wisconsin State students and $10,630 for out of state students attending in Wisconsin public colleges. For private Wisconsin schools, the average tuition & fees are $21,202 for all students. Next table and chart illustrate the 2015 average tuition and other costs for undergraduate programs at Wisconsin colleges.
Table. 2015 Undergraduate Average Tuition & Costs at Wisconsin Colleges
Tuition & FeesBooks & SuppliesLiving Costs
In-StateOut-of-StateOn-CampusOff-Campus
Public Schools$5,916$10,630 $1,202$9,956$11,032
Private Schools$21,202 $1,256$11,216$11,072

2015 Graduate Schools Average Tuition & Costs at Wisconsin Colleges

The graduate school average tuition & fees $8,811 for Wisconsin State students and $17,974 for out of state students attending in Wisconsin public colleges. For private Wisconsin schools, the average tuition & fees are $14,467 for all students. Next table and chart illustrate the 2015 average tuition and other costs for graduate programs at Wisconsin colleges. We note that the actual costs may vary by major programs.
Table. 2015 Graduate Average Tuition & Costs at Wisconsin Colleges
Tuition & FeesBooks & SuppliesLiving Costs
In-StateOut-of-StateOn-CampusOff-Campus
Public Schools$8,811$17,974 $1,202$9,956$11,032
Private Schools$14,467 $1,256$11,216$11,072

2015 West Virginia Colleges Average Tuition and Other Costs Charts

There are 80 colleges in West Virginia State - 40 public and 40 private schools. Among them, 79 schools offer undergraduate programs and 20 schools offer graduate programs. Next table shows statistical data for colleges and universities located in West Virginia State.
Table. College Statistics In West Virginia State
Total Number of Schools80
School Types
Public Schools40
Private Schools (not for profit)15
Private Schools (for profit)25
School Levels
4 Years or High26
2-4 Years30
Less Than 2 Years24
Program Offers
Undergraduate Programs79
Graduate Programs20

[CHART]Number of Schools By School Type

[CHART]Number of Schools By School Level

Student Popluation at West Virginia Colleges (Fall 2014)

Total 241,013 students are enrolled in West Virginia colleges including undergraduate and graduate schools in Fall 2014. Next table shows student population by gender and degree for colleges located in West Virginia State.

Table. Student Enrollment in West Virginia State Colleges (Enrolled In Fall 2014)
TotalMenWomen [CHART]Undergraduate Enrollment [CHART]Graduate Enrollment
Total241,013126,628114,385
Undergraduate201,381106,69494,687
Graduate39,63219,93419,698

2015 Undergraduate Average Tuition & Costs at West Virginia Colleges

For academic year 2014-2015, the undergraduate average tuition & fees $4,858 for West Virginia State students and $10,311 for out of state students attending in West Virginia public colleges. For private West Virginia schools, the average tuition & fees are $16,848 for all students. Next table and chart illustrate the 2015 average tuition and other costs for undergraduate programs at West Virginia colleges.
Table. 2015 Undergraduate Average Tuition & Costs at West Virginia Colleges
Tuition & FeesBooks & SuppliesLiving Costs
In-StateOut-of-StateOn-CampusOff-Campus
Public Schools$4,858$10,311 $1,236$11,727$10,749
Private Schools$16,848 $1,265$10,175$10,849

2015 Graduate Schools Average Tuition & Costs at West Virginia Colleges

The graduate school average tuition & fees $7,030 for West Virginia State students and $14,700 for out of state students attending in West Virginia public colleges. For private West Virginia schools, the average tuition & fees are $13,098 for all students. Next table and chart illustrate the 2015 average tuition and other costs for graduate programs at West Virginia colleges. We note that the actual costs may vary by major programs.
Table. 2015 Graduate Average Tuition & Costs at West Virginia Colleges
Tuition & FeesBooks & SuppliesLiving Costs
In-StateOut-of-StateOn-CampusOff-Campus
Public Schools$7,030$14,700 $1,236$11,727$10,749
Private Schools$13,098 $1,265$10,175$10,849

2015 Washington Colleges Average Tuition and Other Costs Charts

There are 127 colleges in Washington State - 44 public and 83 private schools. Among them, 120 schools offer undergraduate programs and 36 schools offer graduate programs. Next table shows statistical data for colleges and universities located in Washington State.
Table. College Statistics In Washington State
Total Number of Schools127
School Types
Public Schools44
Private Schools (not for profit)27
Private Schools (for profit)56
School Levels
4 Years or High53
2-4 Years44
Less Than 2 Years30
Program Offers
Undergraduate Programs120
Graduate Programs36

[CHART]Number of Schools By School Type

[CHART]Number of Schools By School Level

Student Popluation at Washington Colleges (Fall 2014)

Total 512,429 students are enrolled in Washington colleges including undergraduate and graduate schools in Fall 2014. Next table shows student population by gender and degree for colleges located in Washington State.

Table. Student Enrollment in Washington State Colleges (Enrolled In Fall 2014)
TotalMenWomen [CHART]Undergraduate Enrollment [CHART]Graduate Enrollment
Total512,429231,953280,476
Undergraduate469,770213,929255,841
Graduate42,65918,02424,635

2015 Undergraduate Average Tuition & Costs at Washington Colleges

For academic year 2014-2015, the undergraduate average tuition & fees $5,250 for Washington State students and $10,777 for out of state students attending in Washington public colleges. For private Washington schools, the average tuition & fees are $22,354 for all students. Next table and chart illustrate the 2015 average tuition and other costs for undergraduate programs at Washington colleges.
Table. 2015 Undergraduate Average Tuition & Costs at Washington Colleges
Tuition & FeesBooks & SuppliesLiving Costs
In-StateOut-of-StateOn-CampusOff-Campus
Public Schools$5,250$10,777 $1,069$12,448$13,064
Private Schools$22,354 $1,244$12,576$12,955

2015 Graduate Schools Average Tuition & Costs at Washington Colleges

The graduate school average tuition & fees $12,763 for Washington State students and $24,969 for out of state students attending in Washington public colleges. For private Washington schools, the average tuition & fees are $17,101 for all students. Next table and chart illustrate the 2015 average tuition and other costs for graduate programs at Washington colleges. We note that the actual costs may vary by major programs.
Table. 2015 Graduate Average Tuition & Costs at Washington Colleges
Tuition & FeesBooks & SuppliesLiving Costs
In-StateOut-of-StateOn-CampusOff-Campus
Public Schools$12,763$24,969 $1,069$12,448$13,064
Private Schools$17,101 $1,244$12,576$12,955

2015 Virginia Colleges Average Tuition and Other Costs Charts

There are 177 colleges in Virginia State - 48 public and 129 private schools. Among them, 169 schools offer undergraduate programs and 50 schools offer graduate programs. Next table shows statistical data for colleges and universities located in Virginia State.
Table. College Statistics In Virginia State
Total Number of Schools177
School Types
Public Schools48
Private Schools (not for profit)43
Private Schools (for profit)86
School Levels
4 Years or High84
2-4 Years55
Less Than 2 Years38
Program Offers
Undergraduate Programs169
Graduate Programs50

[CHART]Number of Schools By School Type

[CHART]Number of Schools By School Level

Student Popluation at Virginia Colleges (Fall 2014)

Total 778,280 students are enrolled in Virginia colleges including undergraduate and graduate schools in Fall 2014. Next table shows student population by gender and degree for colleges located in Virginia State.

Table. Student Enrollment in Virginia State Colleges (Enrolled In Fall 2014)
TotalMenWomen [CHART]Undergraduate Enrollment [CHART]Graduate Enrollment
Total778,280331,273447,007
Undergraduate649,729279,282370,447
Graduate128,55151,99176,560

2015 Undergraduate Average Tuition & Costs at Virginia Colleges

For academic year 2014-2015, the undergraduate average tuition & fees $6,631 for Virginia State students and $16,225 for out of state students attending in Virginia public colleges. For private Virginia schools, the average tuition & fees are $19,325 for all students. Next table and chart illustrate the 2015 average tuition and other costs for undergraduate programs at Virginia colleges.
Table. 2015 Undergraduate Average Tuition & Costs at Virginia Colleges
Tuition & FeesBooks & SuppliesLiving Costs
In-StateOut-of-StateOn-CampusOff-Campus
Public Schools$6,631$16,225 $1,361$12,627$11,325
Private Schools$19,325 $1,343$12,786$12,455

2015 Graduate Schools Average Tuition & Costs at Virginia Colleges

The graduate school average tuition & fees $11,861 for Virginia State students and $24,156 for out of state students attending in Virginia public colleges. For private Virginia schools, the average tuition & fees are $14,725 for all students. Next table and chart illustrate the 2015 average tuition and other costs for graduate programs at Virginia colleges. We note that the actual costs may vary by major programs.
Table. 2015 Graduate Average Tuition & Costs at Virginia Colleges
Tuition & FeesBooks & SuppliesLiving Costs
In-StateOut-of-StateOn-CampusOff-Campus
Public Schools$11,861$24,156 $1,361$12,627$11,325
Private Schools$14,725 $1,343$12,786$12,455

2015 Vermont Colleges Average Tuition and Other Costs Charts

There are 29 colleges in Vermont State - 8 public and 21 private schools. Among them, 26 schools offer undergraduate programs and 19 schools offer graduate programs. Next table shows statistical data for colleges and universities located in Vermont State.
Table. College Statistics In Vermont State
Total Number of Schools29
School Types
Public Schools8
Private Schools (not for profit)17
Private Schools (for profit)4
School Levels
4 Years or High24
2-4 Years1
Less Than 2 Years4
Program Offers
Undergraduate Programs26
Graduate Programs19

[CHART]Number of Schools By School Type

[CHART]Number of Schools By School Level

Student Popluation at Vermont Colleges (Fall 2014)

Total 58,326 students are enrolled in Vermont colleges including undergraduate and graduate schools in Fall 2014. Next table shows student population by gender and degree for colleges located in Vermont State.

Table. Student Enrollment in Vermont State Colleges (Enrolled In Fall 2014)
TotalMenWomen [CHART]Undergraduate Enrollment [CHART]Graduate Enrollment
Total58,32625,70232,624
Undergraduate47,95221,77626,176
Graduate10,3743,9266,448

2015 Undergraduate Average Tuition & Costs at Vermont Colleges

For academic year 2014-2015, the undergraduate average tuition & fees $11,175 for Vermont State students and $23,835 for out of state students attending in Vermont public colleges. For private Vermont schools, the average tuition & fees are $32,430 for all students. Next table and chart illustrate the 2015 average tuition and other costs for undergraduate programs at Vermont colleges.
Table. 2015 Undergraduate Average Tuition & Costs at Vermont Colleges
Tuition & FeesBooks & SuppliesLiving Costs
In-StateOut-of-StateOn-CampusOff-Campus
Public Schools$11,175$23,835 $1,067$11,240$11,635
Private Schools$32,430 $1,112$13,188$12,499

2015 Graduate Schools Average Tuition & Costs at Vermont Colleges

The graduate school average tuition & fees $13,564 for Vermont State students and $28,144 for out of state students attending in Vermont public colleges. For private Vermont schools, the average tuition & fees are $20,006 for all students. Next table and chart illustrate the 2015 average tuition and other costs for graduate programs at Vermont colleges. We note that the actual costs may vary by major programs.
Table. 2015 Graduate Average Tuition & Costs at Vermont Colleges
Tuition & FeesBooks & SuppliesLiving Costs
In-StateOut-of-StateOn-CampusOff-Campus
Public Schools$13,564$28,144 $1,067$11,240$11,635
Private Schools$20,006 $1,112$13,188$12,499