Studio Luma™. A brand new way to learn cosmetology. Only available at Regency. Watch to learn more.
Learn cosmetology in a classroom as creative as you are. With the Studio Luma™ program designed just for Regency, there are no lectures, no textbooks and no tests1. Experience it at our beauty school in Tampa with no risk.
Introducing the Simply Start™ option. Sign-up and start. We’ll work with you to complete your financial aid and other paperwork. You’ll even receive loaner beauty tools to get you started. If you continue after your first month, that’s when you pay.
Simply Start is available for first-time students starting September 29 in our Florida campuses.
Studio Luma is designed to teach in the way you learn best. Engaging video. Interactive study guides. Self-paced tutorials. Interactive questions instead of final exams. And skilled teachers who don’t lecture, but are free to focus on you. Working together, hands-in-hair, guiding you on your path to a successful career in cosmetology.
We think balance is beautiful. That’s why our program offers convenient hours. Plus we’ve scheduled breaks around the major holidays with four weeks off a year. Regular breaks leave you refreshed and ready to learn.
Regency’s STAR program will even encourage you to practice your business building skills – give you experience building relationships with clients, selling retailing and maintaining a full schedule. Cosmetologists who know how to build their business are attractive candidates when salons are looking for new stylists.
Our Tampa, Florida cosmetology school is located in the Shoppes of Carrollwood on N. Dale Marby Hwy. just south of Erlich Road. It is accredited by the National Accrediting Commission of Career Arts and Sciences (NACCAS) and able to offer federal financial aid to those who qualify.
Classes start monthly. Contact us today to get started!
1 We replace traditional textbooks, lectures and tests with illustrated guides and animated shorts, film scenarios, and comprehension questions designed to help you learn. Successful completion of knowledge and skills assessments is required.