School Services

Disability Services Available

Top of the Line Barber College is committed to providing accessibility for every member of our school community.  Our values include creating an environment in which all are welcome.  To that end, school officials will make every reasonable effort to accommodate a disabled individual's needs.

Applicants for enrollment and/or employment may request assistance with completing applications or other administrative paperwork.

Services for Students

Mr. Andronicus Davis is the coordinator for Student Affairs at Top of the Line Barber College.  The enrollment application contains space for applicants to list any disabilities and any accommodations requested.  Students must submit documentation of their disability as a part of their accommodations request; the documentation must appear on official letterhead from a licensed medical or diagnostic professional and include a diagnosis, scope or degree of involvement, and summary of related functional limitations.

Accommodation determinations are based on documentation and individualized needs assessment. After documentation of a disability is provided and a needs assessment completed, reasonable accommodations are determined.  Mr. Davis will consult with school staff to develop an accommodations plan/strategy.  Mr. Davis will provide a formal notification that includes:
 

  1. Verification of disability and status as a student.

  2. A list of reasonable accommodations that the school can provide.

  3. Time-frame for implementation of accommodations.

Services for Employees

Mr. Andronicus Davis is the manager of the Administrative Office; he is the acting Disability Coordinator.  He is responsible for coordinating accessibility services for faculty & staff.  Employees must submit a written request for an accommodation and include documentation of their disability; the documentation must appear on official letterhead from a licensed medical or diagnostic professional and include a diagnosis, scope or degree of involvement, and summary of related functional limitations.

Accommodation determinations are based on documentation and individualized needs assessment. After documentation of a disability is provided and a needs assessment completed, reasonable accommodations are determined. Mr. Davis will provide a formal notification that includes:
 

  1. Verification of disability and status as an employee.

  2. A list of reasonable accommodations that the school can provide.

  3. Time-frame for implementation of accommodations.

Accommodations for the General Public

School officials are happy to accommodate, within reason, all prospective students, applicants for employment, clients, vendors, and all other guests of Top of the Line Barber College.  Administrative staff have received training on interacting with disabled individuals to ensure that they are empathetic to the needs of the disabled.  The following services are available upon request from an administrative staff member:
 

  1. Application/Form Assistance

    • Vision Impaired:  Staff will assist vision impaired individuals in completing any required administrative paperwork.

    • Physically Disabled:  Staff will complete any required administrative paperwork for an individual who is physically unable to do so.

  2. Barbering/Hair Care Services

    • Physically Disabled:  Our instructors closely oversee the providing of barbering/hair care services to individuals with disabilities.  We have posters and magazines with haircut and hair styling images for clients to use to communicate with the student.  Our barber workstations can be modified to accommodate clients in wheelchairs.

Employment Placement & Career Services

School officials will assist students with employment placement.  Students have access to resume/cv letter formatting, portfolio presentation, interview coaching, and job leads.  These services are available to current graduates and past alumni.

Campus Address:

1904 Savannah Hwy,

Units 101, 102 & 201

Charleston, SC 29407

Telephone:

(843) 573-0078

Questions?