WHY OUR DENVER CAMPUS?
Spartan College’s Denver campus has a proud history of graduating more than 15,000 students with career-focused educations in a variety of targeted in-demand and growing fields. Our main campus is located in Broomfield, Colorado between Denver and Westminster, and is accredited by the Accrediting Council for Independent Colleges and Schools (ACICS). Classes are kept small for optimal learning in facilities that sport a combined $7.5M in training aids. Over time the college has evolved to stay in step with industry needs and changes.
Career-focused and fast-tracked
You can graduate and enter the workforce in just 10-20 months.
Classes run about seven hours a day – to keep you learning – not burning out. And some programs offer day and/or evening classes. Our admissions representatives will help you create a schedule that fits your lifestyle.
$7.5M of equipment available for hands-on training
Expect to get your hands dirty, and you will! With over $7.5M in training aids across our three programs, you can be actively involved in your education and graduate with the practical experience you need for a job.
Remarkable pass rate for industry certification exams
As part of your education, you’ll prepare to take industry exams such as the required FAA certification tests. In fact, 91% of Redstone’s A&P students (known as Redstone College at the time) pass the general FAA certification exam.*
Impressive job placement stats
Across all programs we offer, over 80% of our eligible graduates across all programs at both campuses have been placed in jobs in their fields of study‡. Check out this list to see who’s hired our graduates, including some of the world’s top aviation companies.
Opening doors to our military
As a member of the military, you may be able to use combined educational benefits from the Post-9/11 GI Bill and its Yellow Ribbon Program provision to earn a degree from Spartan College once your entitlement has been established under the Post-9/11 GI Bill guidelines.§ Explore our section for military applicants. Nearly 40% of our students have served.
Student financing guidance
There are many sources of money to fund your education, including grants, loans, scholarships, the GI Bill and your own resources. Financial aid is available to those who qualify. Learn more about student financing.
Experienced faculty with industry experience
Our instructors have worked in the industry. They know what it takes to be successful in the workplace and can help you focus on those skills.
Our career advisors will help guide you through the process of finding a job. We offer career fairs, résumé training, interview skills and a database of job openings. You’ll also meet people with industry contacts, including employers, instructors, alumni and students with similar interests.
We can help you get one-on-one or group tutoring at no additional cost.
Tuition-free alumni retraining
As a graduate, you can come back to Spartan to sit in on classes in your original field of study and refresh your skills at no additional tuition cost.† No matter how fast-paced the industry gets, you’ll never be left behind.
$7.5M in training aids
Spartan College maintains an impressive arsenal of industry-specific training aids worth over $7.5M. Students in all programs benefit from hands-on training in our well-equipped learning environment. Check out some of our most exciting resources!
Airframe and Powerplant
Over 80 power plants including a 160hp Lycoming O-320 engine to a massive 54,000hp Rolls Royce RB 211
1976 Learjet 24D w twin GE-610 engines
Operational GE Walter 601D turboprop 658 shp
Garmin G1000 ‘Glass Cockpit’ pilot’s primary flight display and multi-function display training kiosk
Advanced avionics lab used for training in navigation, communication, pulse microwave, and auto-pilot systems
HVAC lab with residential/commercial AC systems, chillers, furnaces, walk-in refrigerator/freezer, five-ton and eight-ton roof-top systems, absorption chiller and boilers
*Reference faa.gov – general testing form (FS8080-08 Q1 2016) – two-year accumulative Redstone norm vs. national norm.
‡This rate is based upon graduates, as reported on the ACICS Campus Accountability Report. Detailed employment figures for graduates of our Denver and Westminster campuses is available in our Graduate Statistics brochure.
† Participating in the Redstone alumni re-training program is tuition-free for qualified graduates. Additional costs such as online lab fees, books, and supplies are the responsibility of the student. Retraining is limited to the program from which the student graduated and is subject to space availability.