Students join Aviator College for anywhere from a few weeks to two years, depending on their educational needs. We recommend consulting with our Admission Specialists to find the program that best suits your career goals.
All of the Aviation theory and flight training will be held on the main campus at the Treasure Coast International Airport. The General Education courses for the Associates Degree, English Composition, College Algebra, etc. are currently transferred in from an accredited college or university.
Students under the age of 21, or attending on a visa must live in the campus housing for at least their first year. Local residents may request a waiver from admissions for this requirement.
Aviator College accepts applications throughout the year.
Although not required, Campus visits and interviews with admission counselors, before enrollment, are highly recommended. An interview may be requested at the discretion of the Office of Admissions. All candidates are reviewed for admission, to determine a student’s ability to complete their studies.
Acceptance requires, but is not limited to:
Be at least 17 years of age for enrollment and 18 at the time of the Commercial FAA Check Ride.
Demonstrate readiness to succeed in a challenging academic curriculum by providing proof of graduating from U.S. High School or equivalent.
Must be able to hold a valid Student Pilot Certificate/Medical Certificate.
Demonstrate proficiency in the English language through the TOEFL, TOEIC or IELTS, if English is not the students first language.
Proof of Citizenship by providing a valid passport or for U.S. citizens a U.S. birth certificate and drivers license.
Proof of Funds.