Your Future Begins at Vaughn

Welcome! You’ve set your sights on a career path. Now it’s time to put your vision into motion. Vaughn College offers innovative academic programming in the fields of engineering and technology, management and aviation―at both the undergraduate and graduate levels. We incorporate the latest technologies and meet the evolving challenges of the fields that interest you most. Plus, we help you to obtain the licenses and certificates you’ll need while you’re still a student.

Here at Vaughn, we care about making sure your educational experience is perfectly tailored to your future goals. We’re excited to have you meet with our admissions team to show why Vaughn is the right choice for you, and we look forward to seeing you tour our campus and state-of-the-art facilities. If you’d like to learn more, feel free to reach us by phone at (718) 429-6600 ext. 118 or by email at .

If you can’t meet us in person: not to worry! We’re always ready to meet
face-to-face through Zoom (Room ID: 7963347093) and encourage you to view our virtual tour.


Dive into our comprehensive admissions brochure to learn about our diverse academic programs, dynamic campus culture, and unparalleled career opportunities. Your future starts here.

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of Vaughn grads–78% in their field–are employed or continue their education within one year.*
Not employed within one year? Vaughn will Reimburse a year's worth of federal Direct student loan payments. ††

Vaughn provides students with invaluable experiences that help prepare them for lifelong careers.

Career Insights

Need Help Finding Your Major or Career Path? Our Career Insights tool can help.

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Admissions Office Hours

Our office is open by appointment only Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.

You can schedule an appointment to meet with an admissions counselor here

You can also speak with an admissions counselor by visiting the Admissions Zoom Room ID# 796 334 7093

Vaughn College requires proof of vaccination to be permitted in any campus facility, and masks to be worn indoors. Please contact admissions at prior to visiting the College.

Additional Information

Here is some additional information for your reference as we continue to navigate through the challenges presented by the coronavirus outbreak.

Unofficial Documents

Vaughn typically requires that all applicants submit official educational documents in order for an admissions decision to be rendered. Due to some of the challenges students are currently encountering, the College will accept unofficial documents in order to render an admissions decision. This decision is contingent upon completion of the application process. In order for your acceptance to become official, the office of admissions must receive official documents prior to the end of the program adjustment period.

Test Optional Guidance

Vaughn typically requires that all applicants for a bachelor of science degree must submit SAT or ACT test scores. In lieu of those scores, applicants will take a Vaughn-administered assessment test to determine their program acceptance and course placement.

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Get the financial assistance you need. Don’t let the cost of an education get in the way of pursuing your dreams. At Vaughn College, the average financial aid package is more than $15,000 per year.

Success Starts Here Case Study
Vaughn airport management graduate Otha Ward'19
Uncategorized Otha Ward Airport Management Class of '19

Leadership, a love for aviation and his exceptional people skills were the driving forces behind Vaughn graduate Otha Ward’s ’19 pursuit of a career in airport management. At 22 years old, Ward is making a name for himself at John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK), where he holds the position of airport operations agent. A DAY IN […]

††For eligible full-time students. See the Vaughn Guarantee for details.
*Outcomes include data within one year of graduation for graduates who reported via survey. There were a total of 364 graduates in 2022. 222 reported an outcome for an 61% response rate. The 2022 graduating class includes September 2021, December 2021 and May 2022 graduates.
† The Upshot, January 18, 2017, “Some Colleges Have More Students From the Top 1 Percent Than the Bottom 60.”