Call 1.855.855.5090


2022 Catalog < Click Here >


FERPA (Family Educational Rights and privacy​ Act)

Privacy of Student Records (FERPA)

In compliance with the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974, the Barber Institute of Texas School does not release information pertaining to student cumulative record nor publish or sell “directory information” without written consent from the student or parent/guardian if the student is a dependent minor. All records will be maintained in the Administrator’s offices. Only instructors and the Director may have access to these files. The school guarantees the rights of students and parents (if applicable) to have access to the cumulative records and have proper supervision and interpretation of those records when they are being reviewed. Access to records must be requested in writing, arranged previously, and a staff member must be present while the records are being reviewed. Parents or eligible students have the right to request that a school correct their record which they believe to be inaccurate or misleading. If the school decides not to amend the record, the parent or eligible student then has the right to a formal hearing. After the hearing, if the school still decides not to amend the record, the parent or eligible student has the right to place a statement with the record setting forth his or her view about the contested information.

If the student is still not satisfied with the school’s actions, they may file a complaint with

Family Policy Compliance Office

U.S. Department of Education
400 Maryland Avenue, SW
Washington, D.C. 20202-8520

Cumulative education records are maintained for five years or more after graduation or termination.



The Barber Institute of Texas School provides a safe and healthy campus environment for students, employees, and the public who visit our campus. Therefore, BIT has issued this report to inform the Campus community, campus visitors, and the general public of the school’s policies and procedures for campus security and safety. Though emergencies and incidents of serious crime are almost non-existent at BIT, it is crucial that all members of the campus community know how to report such situations and understand our security operation. BIT safety policies emphasize open communication with students and employees and a close working relationship with property security, state and local law enforcement agencies.

The Campus Security and Safety Department maintains an incident report of all occurrences of crimes or emergencies reported on BIT campus and its surrounding public areas. These statistics are published annually (by October 1st of each year) by the Campus Security Director in compliance with the Federal Jeanne Cleary Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act of 1998 (formerly the Crime Awareness and Campus Security Act of 1990).

In compliance with the Act, each year by October 1, institutions must publish and distribute to current and prospective students, faculty and staff, an annual security report that includes statistics concerning the occurrence on campus of certain criminal offenses reported to campus officials and statements about campus safety policies, campus security education and prevention programs, alcohol and drug policies, sexual assault education and prevention programs, procedures for reporting sexual assaults, and procedures for handling reports of sexual assault.



Drug abuse is always prohibited at the school and is defined as “the unlawful manufacture, distribution, dispensing, possession or use of a controlled substance, including alcohol.” The School’s Drug Free Awareness Program includes providing information regarding “Anti-Drug Abuse Community Service” and a copy of the Campus Security Policy to enrolling students. Off-campus services regarding Drug Abuse information and treatment are provided in the pamphlet. The school will notify the Department of Education within 30 days of an employee or student being involved in any criminal drug statute conviction for a violation occurring at Barber Institute of Texas.


The Barber Institute of Texas Statement on Drug-Free Campus In accordance with the Drug-Free Schools and Communities Act

Amendments the Barber Institute of Texas is distributing this notification to all students and employees to inform them of The

Barber Institute of Texas comprehensive program to prevent the use of illicit drugs and the abuse of alcohol.

This notification summarizes The Barber Institute of Texas:

1. Standards of conduct that clearly prohibit, at minimum, the unlawful possession, use or distribution of illicit drugs and alcohol on the Barber Institute of Texas property or as part of the Barber Institute of Texas activities.

2. A description of the applicable legal sanctions under Federal, State, or Local Law for the unlawful possession or distribution of illicit drugs and alcohol.

3. A description of the health risks associated with the use of illicit drugs and the abuse of alcohol.

4. A list of drug and alcohol programs (counseling, treatment, rehabilitation, and hotline Numbers) that are available to employees and students.

5. A clear statement that the Barber Institute of Texas will impose disciplinary sanctions on students and employees (consistent with Federal, State, or Local Law), and a description of those sanctions, up to and including expulsion, or termination of employment and referral for prosecution for violations of the Standards of Conduct

*It is the policy of The Barber Institute of Texas to enforce disciplinary action against any student or employee who engages in the conduct prohibited by law, including illegal and unauthorized use of intoxicating beverages such as alcohol and the illegal use, distribution, manufacture, possession, and sales of controlled substances.

The Barber Institute of Texas rules provide that any student or employee found in violation of these policies on campus or at any off-campus activities sponsored by The Barber Institute of Texas, will be subject to disciplinary procedures, which could result in sanctions, including referral for the completion of an appropriate rehabilitation program, termination of employment, termination from school, and referral for criminal prosecution, as is applicable.



RESERVED RIGHTS *The Barber Institute LLC reserves the right to make changes in the policies, procedures, schedules, uniforms, kits, and other provisions in this catalog in order to enhance the educational quality and effectiveness of the Institute. Students will always be given notification of any policy change. Tuition and fees are subject to change without notice.



  • All students are expected to attend classes five days a week unless a specialized schedule has been worked out between the student and the school.
  • Students are required to attend 120 hours per month. A warning will be issued for the 1st incident. The 2nd incident will result in a suspension. The 3rd incident will result in termination of enrollment.
  • If a student misses 2 consecutive weekdays, a warning will be issued for the first incident. The 2nd incident will result in a suspension. The 3rd incident will result in termination of enrollment.
  • Students who miss more than 5 days per every 500 hours, will be dropped from the program.
  • Students are encouraged to schedule medical or dental appointments during non-school hours. Absences will only be excused for illness (with doctor’s note), death in immediate family, and birth of a child.
  • Saturdays are MANDATORY. The first missed Saturday will result in a warning. The 2nd incident will result in a suspension. The 3rd incident will result in termination of enrollment.
  • The week before Thanksgiving Break, Winter Break, Spring Break, Memorial Day, Labor Day, Mother’s Day, Father’s Day,

Easter weekend and any other holiday not mentioned is MANDATORY. Any unexcused absences during this week are subject to disciplinarian action up to and including termination of enrollment.

  • Students are allowed to take 30 minutes for lunch and two 15-minute breaks upon instructor approval.
  • No student is allowed to clock/sign in or out for another student. All students caught in such misbehavior are subject to disciplinary action.
  • Once a schedule of attendance is established, students are required to maintain it unless they have received written approval from the school’s administration. Leaving prior to an unapproved schedule change will be deducted from the attendance rate.
  • Students are allowed to only attend school during their regularly scheduled time. AM students will need to leave by 4:30 (pending release from cleaning checkout). PM students will need to arrive at 10:00 and leave at 6:00(pending release from cleaning checkout).
  • Secure permission from a staff member before leaving the building at any time during traininghours.
  • If a student is unable to attend school on a given day or part of a day, they must contact the school administrator to inform them of their inability to attend. Please call 903-236-9695


Full-time students must clock out for a required lunch break daily, even if they remain inside the building. Students leaving the facility for any reason, including approved breaks, must clock out.

Student Break Areas

Each campus has designated student break areas. No eating or drinking is permitted anywhere in the school other than assigned break areas.


Students are expected to be on time for school. If a student is tardy more than 2 times a month Tuesday-Friday, a warning will be issued. The 2nd incident will result in a suspension. The 3rd incident will result in termination of enrollment.

  • Saturday Attendance is MANDATORY. You must be on time and arrive at 7:45 am. A warning will be issued for the 1st tardy. The 2nd incident will result in a suspension. The 3rd incident will result in termination of enrollment.

Leaving Early

  • Students are expected to attend school for the entire day according to their schedule. If a student leaves prior to their scheduled time more than 2 times a month Tuesday-Saturday, a warning will be issued. The 2nd incident will result in a suspension. The 3rd incident will result in termination of enrollment. Hours lost due to leaving early are calculated at the end of each month. A total of three hours will be a loss of ½ day, five hours will count as a full day.