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Title IV Federal

Financial Aid

The United States Department of Education (DOE) has deemed Aviator College eligible to participate in Federal Title IV financial aid programs. This requires the College to adhere to Federal Aid program guidelines and is subject to the availability of funds. The amount of aid a student can receive is based on the cost of attendance, Expected Family Contribution (EFC), enrollment status, and length of attendance. Aviator College uses the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) to gather the information needed in determining a student’s financial aid eligibility. All information you provide on a FAFSA is confidential.




Learn about Federal Financial Aid:

  1. Direct Loans: Amounts may vary each year depending on the Student's Program, dependency status and grade level.

  2. Federal Direct Parent Loan for Undergraduate Students (PLUS): the Direct Plus loan can be borrowed by the parent of the dependent undergraduate student to help pay for their child’s education. The PLUS Loan is not based on financial need. The amount borrowed each year is limited to the cost of attendance less other forms of assistance

  3. Pell Grants: This is a need-based award and varies in amount. The awarded amount is directly related to the student’s EFC (Expected Family Contribution) which is determined by the FAFSA form and the student’s enrollment status (full time, half time, etc.).



  1. Apply for Federal Student Aid (FSAID) Have a FAFSA ID, then go to

  2. You must keep yourself informed concerning various terms and conditions of receiving aid, especially those concerning satisfactory academic progress, and must meet those conditions. It is the student’s responsibility to know, understand, and observe these policies.

  3. You must reapply for federal/state aid every year. January 1 of each year is the earliest time to begin filing for financial aid assistance at

To be considered for



Aviator’s SCHOOL CODE is:


To receive financial aid from the federal financial aid programs, a student must:


  1. Have a high school diploma or General Education Development (GED) Certificate

  2. Be enrolled or accepted for enrollment as a regular student working toward a degree or certificate in an eligible program. We encourage students to apply at least eight weeks in advance of the term you wish to enroll.

  3. Be a U.S. citizen or eligible non-citizen

  4. Have a valid Social Security number

  5. Not be in default on a federal student loan or owe money back on a federal student grant

  6. Register with the Selective Service, if required

  7. Have demonstrated financial need

  8. Make Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP)

  9. Not have been convicted for any illegal drug offense while receiving federal financial aid funds

  10. Financial aid must not exceed Cost of Attendance

Finanacial your pilot training

Federal Funding available to cover tuition
and flight fees for College Degree Program

To Apply for Federal Financial Aid Click below






* Must be a U.S. Citizen or eligible non resident.

Federal Funding Available to cover tuition Professional Pilot Program
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