We are excited that you are considering Spartan College! Feel free to contact us with any questions or concerns about admission to any of our six campuses located in Tulsa, Oklahoma, Denver, Colorado and Los Angeles, California.
Since 1928, Spartan College of Aeronautics and Technology is a leader among aeronautical colleges and has trained over 130,000 aviation professionals across our Tulsa, Los Angeles and Denver campuses. Spartan’s student population is very diverse in age, race, gender and geographic roots including all fifty states and many foreign countries. If you desire a rewarding and exciting career, now is the time to take the first step to determine if you qualify for acceptance by our admissions team.
Please call our admissions offices if you need any assistance or have any questions regarding admissions.
Denver, Colorado Campuses: 800-510-3216
Los Angeles, California Campuses: 800-597-8690
Tulsa, Oklahoma Campuses: 800-331-1204
Now is the time to take the first step.
Entry into all programs requires a personal interview conducted by an Admissions Representative on campus, in the home, or via the telephone. Once the interview is completed, the Representative may assist the student with the application process. They will complete all enrollment documents and collect a $100 Application Fee prior to submitting the application to the Admissions Department for final review. A confidential decision on the application will be made and a letter of notification of acceptance or denial will be sent in a reasonable amount of time. International students residing outside the United States may be interviewed via e-mail or written correspondence. In addition to the general admission requirements stated below, some programs have additional requirements to be met prior to final acceptance.
Because the admissions requirements vary by program, it is best to review them in the catalog for the corresponding campus you are looking at. You can click on the link below to review those requirements.
Inland Empire Campus Catalog