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South Plains College hosted ribbon cutting event for new Cosmetology facility
LEVELLAND – South Plains College hosted a ribbon-cutting and open house for the college’s new Cosmetology facility today (March 7) at 206 Clubview Drive.
The 20,000 square feet of space in Gentry Square now houses the new cosmetology facility at a cost of $2.2 million. Presently there are 65 students in the program which now has the capacity to accommodate 100 students.
The full service Cosmetology area houses 118 work stations; three classrooms; 24 shampoo and hair dryer units; six private facial rooms; a student break room; a student locker room; a laundry room complete with two washers and four dryers; an equipment dispensary room which contains hair products and mannequins; a room for manicures; a room for pedicures with 12 stations; and four hand-washing sinks and countertops for instructors to wash off hair color or perm applications in the work station room.
The student stylists provide up to four services each. The services provided include haircuts, permanent waves, hair styling, hair treatments, facials, manicures, pedicures and hair coloring. The SPC Cosmetology Program accepts clients from 9:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. (depending on the service) on Tuesdays, Wednesday and Thursdays.
For more information, contact Patti Lindsey, SPC Cosmetology Program Coordinator, at (806) 716-2287.
SPC COSMETOLOGY CEREMONY – South Plains College recently hosted a ribbon cutting and open house for its new Cosmetology facility. Shown are, from left, Billy Youngblood; Dane Dewbre, Associate Dean of College Relations; SPC Regent Bobby Neal; Dr. Kelvin Sharp, President of South Plains College; Patti Lindsey, Program Coordinator and Instructor in Cosmetology; Mike Box, Chairman of the SPC Board of Regents; SPC Regent Linda Patton; SPC Regent Ken Williams; Juan Partida, Cosmetology Lab Assistant; Tracy McCormack, Instructor in Cosmetology; and Dar Lynda Davis, Instructor in Cosmetology. (SPC Photos/Wes Underwood)