Breitbart News reports: Texas Tech has awarded contracts worth $2.6 million to three Texas Christian University (TCU) cosmetologist schools, which have been in the process of being approved for contracts since March 20.
Texas Christian will receive a $2 million grant to provide additional staffing, equipment, and training, while Texas Tech will receive $2,000,000 to train its own cosmetological staff, according to the Texas Commission on Colleges and Universities (TCOCU) news release.
Texas State will receive an additional $250,000 grant for the program.
The three Texas Tech cosmetologic schools are: Texas Christian: The School of Cosmetology is a Division I, public university in Houston, Texas, with approximately 10,000 students in more than 30 academic programs.
The School has received several awards in recent years, including the 2015 National College Cosmetological Academy, and the 2016 National Cosmetologic Academy.
Texas Tech: The College of Cosmology is an independent university in Dallas, Texas.
It offers undergraduate, graduate, and professional degrees in cosmetography, human anatomy, skin and hair, and skin sciences, and is known for its strong student-led community.
It was awarded the 2019 National College of Arts and Sciences Excellence in Cosmetrics award.
The College is currently accepting applications for 2018.
TCOCU’s news release describes the contracts as “part of the university’s commitment to support Texas’ cosmetomy and cosmetopeic communities.”
It added that the awardees are: John H. Moore, Vice President, Chief Academic Officer, Texas Tech; Robert M. Wirtz, Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs, Texas College of Dentistry; Michael B. Moore III, Vice Provost, Texas A&M University; and Daniel B. Buehler, Vice Chair of the Academic Advisory Board, Texas State University.
“The three awardees have a long history of working together and providing professional training to Texas students.
I am proud of their work and their commitment to their community.
They have the dedication and dedication to serve their communities, and I look forward to working with them in the future,” said Travis County Commissioner Michael Bowers, chair of the Texas A & M Board of Regents.
“Texas Tech is a nationally recognized and respected university, and we are proud to support our students in the Cosmetopacity program,” said TCOCUC President Joseph R. Piazza.
“We are grateful to our awardees for their dedication and commitment to our community.
Our students are the backbone of our success.
We are proud of the many ways they contribute to the health and wellbeing of our students and campus.”
A Texas Tech news release noted that the University of Texas has awarded six awards to the Cosmological Program in the past year, and added that its “Cosmetopacia Award Program is the nation’s leading program of its kind.
The University has awarded more than $4.7 million in grants for the Cosmicopacia program over the past 10 years.
This year’s awards are the third and fourth in a row for the University’s Cosmopacia Program, which supports over 400 students and has been awarded more awards than any other program on the university campus.
For more information, visit http://cosmopacismagroup.texas.edu.
The Texas Christian School of Art and Sciences (TCASAS) has been in a state of flux since February 2018 when it lost a lawsuit brought by the College of Sciences and Arts against the College.
As of July 15, 2017, TCASAS had been awarded $1.9 million in state grants and $1 million in federal grants, according the news release from the College Board.
Texas Southern University has also been awarded a $1,400,000 State Contractor Permit to provide training and other services to the College, as well as $1 per student per year for the entire program.
In addition, TCSUN’s School of Architecture has received $1 to $2 per student, according its news release dated August 12, 2017.
“Our Cosmetopedics program is the fastest growing program of the University and will be the cornerstone of our new approach to student learning and professional development.” “
This award represents the College’s continued commitment to the student-centered cosmetopolitics and cosmological community that we’ve seen growing in the last 10 years, and it shows that we’re listening to students and cosmotopacis across the state,” said C.J. Pardo, chair and CEO of the College Council.
“Our Cosmetopedics program is the fastest growing program of the University and will be the cornerstone of our new approach to student learning and professional development.”
The College has awarded $8.5 million in contracts to the