DMC Dual Credit Cosmetology Students Providing Free Haircuts Aug. 9 and 10

Walk-ins welcome at College’s Cosmetology Lab training facility on West Campus

WHO: Del Mar College’s Dual Credit Cosmetology students from Flour Bluff, Gregory-Portland, Odem Edroy, Miller and Calallen high schools and Harold T. Branch Academy; and faculty with the DMC program, including Lissa Gonzalez

WHAT: Free Haircuts for Kindergarten through 12th-grade Students 

WHEN: 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., Thursday, Aug. 9 (tomorrow)

Best time for photo opportunity: 10 to 11:30 a.m.

WHERE: Room 211, Cosmetology Lab, Flato Technologies Building, Del Mar College West Campus, Boaz Blvd. off Airport Road at Old Brownsville Road (Indicated ad “FT” on map:

VISUALS: DMC dual credit cosmetology students performing free haircuts for kindergarten through 12th-grade students to get ready for their first day of school.

FYI: Summer fun is almost over and most students are getting ready for their first day of school. To help kindergarten through 12th-grade students be ready, Del Mar College’s dual credit cosmetology class will provide free haircuts on a walk-in basis.

Providing free haircuts has become an important way for Del Mar College’s Cosmetology Program and its students to give back to the community.

DMC stylists provided haircuts to nearly 200 students last year. Gonzalez said the yearly event not only offers a free service to area students, it provides dual credit cosmetology students with hands-on learning experiences. 

The Cosmetology Program is with the DMC Human Sciences and Education Department. Students receive training in all phases of cosmetology, and the program falls under curriculum guidelines of the Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation.