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Join us for our Aviation Training Institute (ATI) Virtual Info Session on July 22 at 6 p.m.

During the Info Session, you will learn:

  • The technical courses required of our aviation maintenance certificate program which can be completed in as little as 16 months
  • The high-paying jobs that FAA-certified airframe and powerplant (A&P) technicians are eligible for – which include aircraft, train/locomotive, powerplant and utility maintenance
  • Vaughn’s financial aid options, admissions process, student life, clubs, career support and more
  • All information delivered by ATI instructors and professors, with live Q&A
  • How you can apply for FREE and receive a chance to win a $500 scholarship


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Why Vaughn?

99% of Vaughn grads are employed or continue their education within one year.**
83% of Vaughn grads are employed in their field or continue their education within one year.**
U.S. News & World Report - Best Regional Colleges - North 2020
Ranked #1 in Upward Mobility Nationwide***
More than 90% of students receive financial aid
15 to 1 Student to faculty ratio
male student

Be Futureproof.

At Vaughn, you’ll acquire the right skills, knowledge and experience to maximize your potential. Here, you can study engineering, technology, management and aviation—the career fields of tomorrow. In fact, we’re extremely confident you’ll be employed in your field of study within one year of graduation. If not, we’ll reimburse your federal Direct undergraduate student loan payments for one year or give you the opportunity to enroll in our master’s program without incurring charges for one year (in lieu of receiving payments).

*For eligible full-time students. See full details at **Outcomes include data within one year of graduation for graduates who reported via survey. There was a total of 282 graduates in 2018. 220 reported an outcome for a 78% response rate. The 2018 graduating class includes September 2017, December 2017 and May 2018 graduates. ***The Upshot, January 18, 2017, “Some Colleges Have More Students From the Top 1 Percent Than the Bottom 60.”

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