The Barber Education Academy is approved as an eligible institution by the U. S. Department of Education to participate in Title IV Grant. The packaging of financial assistance is determined in accordance with guidelines established by the United States Department of Education.
Intended to be the basis of the financial aid package and may be combined with other aid to meet the full cost of attendance. The Federal Pell Grant is a need based aid program in which an eligible recipient does not have to repay the funds received.
Complete the most recent years Federal Student Aid forms (FAFSA) at www.fafsa.ed.gov. When filling out the application be sure to input our school code (043047).
Please note, it takes approximately two weeks for financial aid to be processed by the United States Department of Education.
Students selected by the United States Department of Education for the process of verification are frequently required to submit additional information and/or parents’ financial & household information to the finance office. The verification procedures will be conducted as follows:
Students selected for verification should complete the most recent Independent or Dependent Student Verification forms (maintained in the Financial Aid Office) and supply them back to the Financial Aid office within 10 days of the date notified.
The Barber Education Academy understands all conflicting information must be resolved before any Title IV funds can be disbursed. Students with conflicting information in their files or paperwork may be selected for verification by the school or its servicer in order to resolve the information in question.
As a condition of receiving funds or any other form of financial assistance under any federal program, The Barber Education Academy Inc. has adopted policies to prevent the illegal possession, use and sale of alcohol and drugs by our students, guests and employees on school premises or as part of school-sponsored or school sanctioned activities (both on and off-campus) where alcohol is not permitted/ is prohibited, and in all places where its employees and students work and learn.
As a first step toward reaching that goal, The Barber Education Academy makes every effort to seek full compliance with our school policy, federal, state, and local laws and ordinances; to discourage the unlawful use of alcohol; to promote sobriety; to provide social and recreational alternatives to the use of alcohol and other drugs; and to offer confidential, effective, and redemptive assistance to students who seek help for substance-abuse problems. New students are provided with Drug and Alcohol Awareness during new student orientation and via the school catalog. Each student will receive a copy of Drug and Alcohol Awareness Prevention Statement during new student orientation.
The Barber Education Academy continues to encourage its Employees and students to report any witness crime in a timely manner to the Barber Education Academy school Administrative. At The Barber Education Academy, we provide referrals to students seeking assistance, education and prevention strategies regarding drug and alcohol abuse. In addition to these, many area hospitals and community agencies are available to provide drug and alcohol treatment and rehabilitation. For further information visit or call a local Scan Office (956) 724-3177, 1605 Saldana Ave Laredo, Tx 78041.
Any student who violates any provision of the School’s alcohol and substance abuse policies shall be subject to appropriate disciplinary action including but not limited to one or more combination of the following disciplinary sanctions:
· Dismissal from class session and/or course
· Verbal or written warning
· Disciplinary probation
· Suspension or expulsion
· Referral to an appropriate drug/alcohol treatment program
· Referral to law enforcement agencies