Federico Beauty Institute: Crime, Costs and Closures

College educational statistics compiled from federal government data from the National Center for Education Statistics.

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Federico Beauty Institute
Crime: 0 /year
Total Cost: $19,002.00
Earn after 6 yr: $28,100.00

Institution Details

Type: Private for-profit, less-than 2-year
Number of Branches: 1
Male Students: 37
Female Students: 216
Total Students: 253
Age at entry: 25.38
Undergraduate students: 424
Less than 4 year completion rate: 71.25%
Median Household Income: $66,892.53
Poverty Rate: 8.8%
Unemployment Rate: 3.97%

Crime on Campus

College crime statistics for Federico Beauty Institute are compiled courtesy of the Clercy Act, and the US Department of Education. This data is required to be submitted by all institutions that accept federal financial aid, so if a college does not accept federal aid, these numbers may not be accurate.

Average of 2015-16-17: 0 /year
Crime
Assaults: 0
Murders: 0
Rapes: 0
Burglaries: 0
Robberies: 0
Arson: 0
Negligent Manslaughter: 0
Fondling: 0
Motor Vehicle Theft: 0
Arrests
Booze: 0
Drugs: 0
Weapons: 0

Money

Costs
Total Cost for Student(Program): $19,002.00
Expenditures Per Student: $5,063.00
Revenue per student: $7,732.00
Student Earnings after Graduation
Mean earnings of students working and not enrolled years after graduation.
6 6 7 7 8 8 9 9 10 10 Years after Graduation $0 $0 $100,000 $100,000 $200,000 $200,000 Earnings
Default or Declined
Two year default rate: 11.9%
Three year default rate: 5.5%
Repay declined in 1 year: 0.5041
Repay declined in 3 year: 0.5391
Repay declined in 5 year: 0.4854
Repay declined in 7 year: 0.5937
Grant, Loan, Debt
% of UG receive Pell Grant: 47.6%
% of UG receive Federal Loan: 60.9%
Median debt of completers: $6,358.00
Average monthly payment: $67.59

Location

1515 Sports Drive, SACRAMENTO, CA
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