Spartan College – Proud Military Past, Present, and Future
We would like to thank you for your service and for choosing Spartan College to fulfill your educational and career goals.
At Spartan, we are most proud of our military heritage. Since 1928, we have been providing quality training for members of the armed services- active duty, reserves, veterans, and their dependents.
We recognize that the transition to student life can be challenging. Our staff is dedicated to providing the services you need to successfully navigate from military to civilian life. Whether you are interested in pursuing a career as a professional pilot, or prefer to keep your boots on the ground, all of our programs are hands-on industry-driven, and programs designed to prepare you for a successful career in a variety of industries. We offer programs in:
- Aviation Maintenance Technology (AMT)
- Hybrid Aviation Maintenance Technology (offered partially online, and partially on-campus, in Tulsa, Oklahoma)
- Airframe and Powerplant (A&P)
- Quality Control
- Aviation Electronics Technology (AET)
- Nondestructive Testing or
- HVAC Aviation Flight
We will waive the $100 Application Fee – for those campuses that have one – for all active duty, reserve, and veterans. In addition, the fee, if applicable, for military personnel dependents is reduced to $25.
Click here to learn more about the variety of Military Benefits that Spartan College is authorized to accept, as well as information about transferability of credits for military experience.
The amount of benefits from the GI Bill®G.I. Bill will vary depending on any “kickers”, college funds, D.O.D. benefits, etc. Your best source is to call the Veterans Administration at 1-888-GIBILL-1 and give them your service number (which is your social security number) to determine the amount. Also, you need to check your enlistment papers to determine if you have the college funds.
Veterans or current active military should contact their transition officer to review which program(s) they may or may not qualify for assistance and/or visit gibill.va.gov to create account as a new user.
A. At the present time, it is taking about 45 days to process the GI Bill®.
Your present unit should be able to assist in transferring you to a unit in the Tulsa, OK or Denver, CO areas. If you are close to your home unit, you may elect to serve there. Our Veterans Certifying Official can also assist with this.
A. If the Veteran is 100% disabled due to a service related disability, the dependants (and sometimes a spouse) are eligible for benefits. Dependents of military personnel qualify to have their Application Fee reduced from $100 to only $25. Active duty, reserve and veterans qualify to have the entire $100 application fee waived.
If you have a service related injury or disability, you may apply for V.A. Rehab. The process can sometimes be lengthy; however, the best way to start is to contact the V.A. at 1-800-827-1000 and our Veterans Certifying Official for assistance.
A. There are several programs available to Reservists. Please contact your Education Officer at your unit. They are familiar with all of the current programs.
A. Yes, the Veterans Administration will determine eligibility.
Students with military experience may be able to receive advance standing credit for their experience. Students requesting to be awarded advanced standing credit for school, military training, or work experience should submit the appropriate documentation verifying experience or training to the Registrar for evaluation. Students will then be referred to the appropriate academic department head(s) for final evaluation and scheduling of bypass exam(s).
Veterans or current active military should contact any Admissions representative and the Director of Admissions to discuss their options for enrolling and attending Spartan College.
- Student Finance Advisor will conduct an Overview with the student explaining the entire process and what documents are needed.
- Submit FAFSA through Studentaid.gov (be sure to include School Code 00767800)
- Student needs to supply Certificate of eligibility and DD214 from the department of veteran affairs.
- If required student will need to submit college transcripts to be evaluated for any prior credit.
- Is the student chooses to obtain federal student loans they would need to complete the master promissory note and entrance counseling on studentaid.gov.
Veterans or current active military should contact their ESO military counselor to review which program(s) they may or may not qualify for and to obtain approval for the program. If the student does not already have a username and password they can visit gibill.va.gov to create an account as a new user.