Mid-Cities Barber College

Frequently Asked Questions

What are the barbering program requirements?

In most states, a high school diploma or GED is required to enter barber school. Specific programs may have additional requirements like age minimums.

How long is barber school?

Barber programs typically range from 1,500 to 2,000 hours, depending on the state. This can translate to roughly 9-18 months of full-time study.

Is barber school different from cosmetology school?

Yes. Barber schools focus specifically on men’s haircuts, beard grooming, and traditional barbering services. Cosmetology schools offer a broader range of training, including hairstyling, chemical services, and aesthetics.

Do I need a barber license to work as a barber?

Yes, all barbers require a state license to practice legally. Barber school programs prepare you for the licensing exam.

About Mid-Cities Barber College

What makes Mid-Cities Barber College different?

At Mid-Cities, we focus on providing a well-rounded education that prepares you for success. Our experienced instructors offer hands-on training in all hair types and barbering techniques. We also have a strong focus on customer service and professionalism.

Does Mid-Cities offer financial aid?

We can help you explore financial aid options. We recommend contacting our admissions office to discuss your specific situation.

Can I tour the Mid-Cities Barber College facilities?

Absolutely! We encourage you to schedule a tour to meet our instructors, see our classrooms, and experience the Mid-Cities Barber College atmosphere firsthand.

What are the career opportunities after graduating from Mid-Cities?

Our graduates go on to work in barbershops, salons, or even open their own businesses. Barbering offers a flexible and rewarding career path.

Ready to Get Started?

Contact Mid-Cities Barber College today to learn more about our barbering program and how we can help you achieve your career goals!