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Could you be one of our lucky recipients?* Find out more today and start your new career at one of our 100+ schools across the nation.
*For more information about our graduation rates, the median loan debt, who completed the program, and other important information. Please visit our web-site at paulmitchell.edu/ge. Financial aid available to those who qualify.
Conveniently located in Yorktown Center—DuPage County's premier shopping, dining, and entertainment destination—our Lombard campus offers easy access to the center's amenities and special events, including exciting local carnivals and a seasonal farmer's market. Nearby, the diverse Plaza Shops and the al fresco shops on Butterfield combine with Yorktown Center to deliver 150 stores, dozens of restaurants, and two theaters in one delightful locale. Lombard is bordered by Oakbrook, Elmhurst, and Downers Grove.
A top beauty school located in the western suburbs of Chicago, Lombard is only 23 miles from "the Windy City," known far and wide for its intricate architecture, engaging attractions, and miles of stunning shoreline along Lake Michigan. Our relationship with our sister school, Paul Mitchell The School Chicago, offers additional opportunities to learn and grow.
Come join us in Lombard to begin your new career!
Whether they're at home, in the classroom, or watching the Lilacs bloom in Lilacia Park, our students always have access to their assignments, the latest school news, and career advice from beauty industry leaders at their fingertips.
Our Future Professionals donate their time, talent, and energy to various DuPage County charities through cut-a-thons, fashion shows, and countless other fundraising events and philanthropic activities. We make a difference—and have fun doing it!
We want you to succeed. That's why our financial aid leaders are always available in-person at our Lombard campus to answer your questions and help navigate the application process.
At Paul Mitchell The School Lombard, education doesn't end at the classroom door. Our student-run Green Team teaches our school and local communities how to respect the Earth and find innovative ways to reduce, reuse, and recycle.