The following options are available for students who are relocating to Tulsa, Oklahoma for their training:
Student housing availability is limited and is filled on a first come first secured basis. For married students and students with family, we offer an apartment referral service.
*The Spartan Residence Hall (SHR) is a student apartment style complex under the College’s control and within walking distance of the main campus. Availability is limited on a first secured basis and not guaranteed. Approx. cost, subject to change, $500 per month, per student, for 4-student occupancy apartment. For more info: www.spartan.edu/tulsa/student-housing
Breathtaking views, beautiful sunsets, and luxurious living are waiting for you at Nickel Creek Apartments. Our one and two bedroom apartments and lofts for rent in Tulsa, Oklahoma, combine spacious and bright rooms with convenient features designed for modern living. Our community sits on lush grounds and offers residents the ideal relaxing retreat from the city with our enticing amenities. At Nickel Creek Apartments, life is how you dream it.
Enjoy the comforts of a community designed with you and your lifestyle in mind. No matter how your day looks, you’ll always find an escape from your routine right outside your home. A sparkling swimming pool surrounded by a relaxing lounging area, a state-of-the-art fitness center, and an executive business center are just some of the perks you can enjoy as a Nickel Creek Apartments resident.
Apartment complex is not affiliated or owned by Spartan College of Aeronautics and Technology.
In 1928, Spartan College of Aeronautics and Technology was founded in Tulsa, Oklahoma as Spartan School of Aeronautics by W.G. Skelly, President of Skelly Oil Company, on September 27, 1928. He established Spartan Aircraft Company and formed the corporation which built Tulsa Municipal Airport (now called Tulsa International Airport).
During World War II and the Korean War, Spartan School of Aeronautics trained pilots and mechanics for our armed forces and allied forces, including the British Royal Air Force, while continuing expansion in the civil aviation field.
The Spartan College Black Cat symbol with the 13 signifies that “Knowledge and Skill Overcome Superstition and Luck”. The Black Cat was the original insignia of the Spartan College Dawn Patrol; its origin is an integral part of Spartan College’s history going back to 1929.
The American Airlines Cadet Academy (AACA) is intended to provide AA with a pipeline of prospective pilots. The AACA is available to AACA cadets who are eligible to enroll in the Aviation Flight Degree Program (“Program”) at Spartan College. AACA terms and availability may be subject to change. Spartan students in the AACA may be eligible for additional financing options for those who qualify. Spartan College is not a party to any contract between American Airlines (AA) or AA credit union financing and the student. Graduates of the Program are not eligible for employment as a pilot with AA until logging 1,250 flight hours post-graduation. Employment with AA is not guaranteed.
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