Scott Cronan, founder of Texas Laser Source, graduated from University of Houston and established his business in 1996. He has over 19 years of hands-on experience working in highly reputable medical facilities, including Memorial Hermann and Texas Children’s Hospitals, as well as the Baylor College of Medicine. He currently serves as first assist to well-known doctors, mainly plastic surgeons and dermatologists, when he is not busy teaching students. He has gained the trust and valued business of over 300 doctors in the South Texas region. Over the course of his nearly 20-year career, he has had the opportunity to consult on major laser surgeries and procedures. Scott Cronan was formerly a featured speaker at several colleges and symposiums in the state of Texas and Louisiana, on behalf of several major cosmetic device manufacturers. These experiences are what inspired him to begin Texas Laser Source University, once the law changed in Texas, requiring people to become certified. One thing that separates Scott Cronan from other instructors in his field is that not only is he an instructor, but he also remains an active laser technician, operator, marketer and salesman. He operates a company in the business field of laser technology, and he works cases daily, thus continuing to log thousands of hours of hands-on experience, with the majority of physicians renting cosmetic equipment in Houston. The students which choose to attend our school, use our rental services, or purchase equipment can expect the best experience offered in these fields.
Student Complaint Policy
This school has a Certificate of Approval from the Texas Workforce Commission (TWC). The TWC assigned school number is S4138. TLS’s Laser Hair Removal Program is approved by the Texas Workforce Commission (TWC) and the Texas Department of State Health Services (DSHS). All other courses are taught to meet or exceed manufacturer's guidelines and expectations only and are not guided by TWC or The Texas Department of State Health Services. Students may address their concerns about this school or any of its educational programs, by following the grievance process outlined in the school’s catalog. Schools are responsible for ensuring and documenting that all students have received a copy of the school’s grievance procedures and for describing these procedures in the school’s published catalog. If, as a student, you are not provided with this information, please inform school management. Students dissatisfied with this school’s response to their complaint, or who are not able to file a complaint with the school, can file a formal complaint with TWC. Information on filing a complaint with TWC can be found on TWC’s Career Schools and Colleges Website at http://csc.twc.state.tx.us.