Find out how Vaughn can make you Futureproof
SOAR TOWARD FUTURE SUCCESS AT OUR AVIATION TRAINING INSTITUTE
In as little as 16 months, Vaughn College’s Aviation Training Institute (ATI) can prepare you for a high-paying career as a certified airframe and powerplant technician.
There are so many reasons to launch a career in aviation maintenance. For instance, Boeing is forecasting the industry will need as many as 754,000 new technicians by 2037. And, Vaughn has recently partnered with Delta Air Lines to enhance the aviation maintenance training of ATI students. Shouldn’t you be ready to capitalize on this exciting opportunity?
Futureproof Means Being Ready for the Careers of Tomorrow. We Guarantee It!
Vaughn’s Guarantee1: Vaughn College is so confident in preparing its graduates for employment that it is offering a guarantee for those who meet certain criteria. If an eligible student is not employed full-time in their field of study one year after graduating, and conducting an active job search, Vaughn College will provide reimbursement for one year of the graduate’s federal Direct undergraduate student loan payments.
Students must remain enrolled full-time at Vaughn College continuously (two years for those enrolled in the Aviation Training Institute with their A&P certificates).
1For eligible full-time students.
The Value Of Vaughn
Named a top college for your money.
Ranked #1 in Upward Mobility as reported in The New York Times.*
of Vaughn grads are employed or continue their education within one year.**
of Vaughn grads are employed in their field or continue their education within one year.**
The average financial aid package is worth over
of our students receive financial aid
Excel with small class sizes
"Ranked a top regional college in the North for the eighth year in a row."
*The Upshot, January 18, 2017, “Some Colleges Have More Students From the Top 1 Percent Than the Bottom 60.” **Outcomes include data within one year of graduation. There were a total of 307 graduates in 2015. 251 reported an outcome for an 82 percent response rate. The 2015 graduate class includes September 2014, December 2014 and May 2015 graduates.