Global Education Foundation
We collaborate and partner with colleges and universities worldwide to provide access to education for all.
As a global education advocate, we provide scholarships and offer innovative education to support and put everyone on the path of reaching their highest personal and professional potential and becoming productive members of the society and the world collectively.
The Future of Beauty
ROLFS Global Institute is leading the transformation of the beauty industry education and its future, with an emphasis on supporting and empowering women. ROLFS Global Institute partners with ASU, MCC, and global beauty giant, L’Oréal, and launches the first ever higher education pathway for beauty professionals to earn a college and university degree.
ROLFS Global Institute
As part of our commitment to creating and supporting higher education for the beauty professionals of the future, we offer pre-college courses as well as apprenticeships to prepare beauty professionals for ultimate success in their pursuit of the higher education pathway and awakens their curiosity and love for learning. ROLFS Global Institute is a pathway for beauty professionals to find prosperity, happiness, and success and realizing their highest human potential. Students will receive full college and university credit hours.
In partnership with Mesa Community College (MCC), students around the globe can now earn the first-ever Associate in Applied Science (AAS) in Beauty and Wellness. Immediately following cosmetology school, a licensed cosmetologist can enroll at MCC for an AAS in Beauty and Wellness, which can be completed in an accelerated timeline over the course of two semesters. A cosmetologist will be awarded 30 credit hours towards his or her AAS degree at no cost, resulting in a remarkably affordable college degree.
After earning the AAS, the student then has access to a continued pathway at Arizona State University (ASU) for a Bachelor of Applied Science (BAS) degree program in Heath, Entrepreneurship and Innovation with an emphasis on personal care, where he or she can transfer 100% of the 60 AAS credit hours earned. The student will then fulfill an additional 60 credit hours, completed in an accelerated timeline over the course of 4 semesters, to earn a Bachelor of Applied Science (BAS).