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December 1, 2020 Vaughn Spotlights

A new year means new beginnings. And what better way to kick off 2021 than by planning for your future? If you’re looking for a college that is close to home and has great programs in engineering, technology, management and aviation, you will not want to miss Vaughn’s Virtual Info. Session on Wednesday, December 16 at 6 p.m. At Vaughn, we focus on outcomes. Did you know that 99 percent of Vaughn graduates—89 percent in their chosen field—are employed or continue their education within one year?* It’s all part of the Vaughn Guarantee. If a full-time student is not employed after an active job search within one year of graduation, Vaughn will reimburse one year of the student’s federal Direct undergraduate loan payments or offer enrollment in Vaughn’s master’s program without incurring charges for one year.** Vaughn has also been recognized in a study reported in The New York Times as a top institution for moving its students from the bottom 40 percent to the top 40 percent in income.***

Don’t miss your chance at a futureproof career. We invite you to attend our Virtual Info. Session to learn more. Here is what you need to know about the event:


December 16 at 6 p.m.

What will you receive?

We invite you to join us for a fun and informative Zoom session that will present you with all the information you need to make the best decision for your future.

Here is what you will receive during the Virtual Info. Session:

  • An overview of Vaughn’s academic degrees and programs in engineering and technologymanagement and aviation, and the types of jobs you can get with each degree
  • A preview of Vaughn’s financial aid and scholarship opportunities
  • A glimpse into campus life and what it’s like being a Vaughn student


Vaughn College Tour

Seeing is believing. Our virtual tour will give you the opportunity to preview our campus and view the air traffic control lab, engineering labs, flight simulators, residence hall, library and more. With our futureproof programs and long list of advantages, there is no reason to leave home. Here are just a few reasons why you should consider coming to Vaughn:

  • Close to home
  • Proven model for online learning
  • Ability to finish a degree remotely
  • Online, in-person and hybrid course options to fit your busy lifestyle
  • Ranked “number one” in upward mobility**
  • Small class sizes where faculty know you (14:1 student to faculty ratio)
  • Ongoing career support services
  • Precollege prep programs
  • A variety of financial aid options (90 percent of Vaughn students receive financial aid)
  • Employment after graduation

Visit Vaughn’s Fast Facts to learn more.

By attending Vaughn, you could be among the next generation of futureproof Vaughn graduates. See how Vaughn has made a difference in the lives of these students:

“The application process was seamless…I registered at my convenience, and since Vaughn is a smaller college, I did not, and still have not run into issues regarding a course being too full.”
Marizeli Diaz ’23, mechanical engineering

“When I visited the campus and saw how welcoming everyone was, I decided right away that Vaughn College was the best fit for me.”
Mina Morcos ’23, mechatronic engineering

“I love how Vaughn is designed. It makes you feel like you are in a small airport. The hanger and simulator are the ideal classrooms for students who are passionate about aviation.
Nathalia Brache Torres ’21, airport management

Join the students who have made Vaughn their choice for a college that backs your education with a guarantee for your future. With small class sizes, personalized attention and a variety of financial aid options, Vaughn might be the perfect fit for you.


*Outcomes include data within one year of graduation for graduates who reported via survey. There were a total of 304 graduates in 2019. 168 reported an outcome for a 55% response rate. The 2019 graduate class includes September 2018, December 2018 and May 2019 graduates.
**For eligible full-time students. For full details, visit
***The Upshot, January 18, 2017, “Some Colleges Have More Students From the Top 1 Percent Than the Bottom 60.”