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Decision Day - Tulsa | June 17th

Tech Event
In-Person Event
Join us on campus Friday, June 17th for Spartan College's Decision Day.
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About This Event

Our Tulsa Area Campus is hosting Decision Day where you can get the information to decide if hands-on aviation career-oriented training is right for you.

What should you expect at our Decision Day on campus event Friday, June 17th?

Applying to college can be stressful for prospective students. Whether it is applying to college for the first time or deciding to go back to school, Spartan College of Aeronautics and Technology invites all men and women to attend Decision Day on Friday, June 17th. Decision Day guides prospective students in deciding on the right program choice for them, along with talking through the best practices for successful training. Information will be available from admissions, financial aid, and career services teams.

Spartan College Tulsa Area Campus offers training for entry-level careers such as:

  • Aviation Maintenance Technician (AMT)
  • Aviation Electronics Technician (Avionics Technician)
  • Nondestructive Testing Technology

Welcome + Tour

Meet people in the aviation industry. Get to know instructors and meet other prospective students. This campus trains students in two technology-based disciplines. Our aviation trade school contains specialty classrooms, training labs including an airframe, powerplant, aviation electronics, and a training lab for building and programming instruction of unmanned aerial vehicles (drones). We maintain industry-relevant equipment such as a welding shop, twelve fixed-wing and one rotor aircraft, 16 turbine jet engines, 26 reciprocating aircraft engines, a Boeing 727, and more. You can see it all by registering.

Walk the classrooms, examine equipment, look at the labs, and get more information about training at Spartan.

Program Overview

Find out more about our Aviation Maintenance and Aviation Electronics training as we talk about a day in the life of a tech student.

  • Aviation Maintenance Technology - 20 Months – Associate of Applied Science Degree
  • Aviation Electronics Technology - 15 Months – Associate of Applied Science Degree
  • Nondestructive Testing Technology -10 Months - Diploma Program

Meet and Greet

You will be introduced to our faculty and get your questions answered. It’s here where quality performance and professionalism will become the basis for your journey.

RSVP today.

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