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Hollywood Institute of Beauty Careers - West Palm Beach is located in West Palm Beach, Florida. It is a small private for-profit school part of the Beauty Careers Institute Inc. system and offers undergrad programs. It has 163 undergraduate students enrolled.
Popular majors include Personal and Culinary Services and Health Professions and Related Programs. 85% of students graduate.
|🗺|| 7587-7599 South Dixie Highway |
West Palm Beach, Florida 33405
|Mission||Our mission at Hollywood Institute of Beauty Careers is to provide the motivated student with a quality career oriented education combined with practical experience to instill the knowledge, skills and confidence necessary to empower the student, upon graduation, to achieve success in the high demand fields of health, beauty and wellness.|
Hollywood Institute of Beauty Careers - West Palm Beach has more female students than male students.
This means that for every 100 women, there are 43 men. Or that for every 100 men, there are 233 women.
The most popular majors at Hollywood Institute of Beauty Careers - West Palm Beach are:
Student retention rate is an indicator of student satisfaction. Retention rate is the percentage of students who continue to study at the college the following year.
Higher retention rates mean students tend to stay at the college, while lower retention rates students are unsatisfied and leave.
Hollywood Institute of Beauty Careers - West Palm Beach has a retention rate of 79% for full-time undergrads, which is neither high nor low.
Hollywood Institute of Beauty Careers - West Palm Beach has no students who transfer here.
Politically, Florida tends to be About even. In the 2016 Presidential election, 47% of the state voted for the Democratic party, 49% voted for the Republican party, and 2% voted for neither.