Kansas State University College Of Technology And Aviation
Founded: 1966; FAA Licenses and Ratings Offered: Airframe, Powerplant, Private, Instrument, Commercial, Multiengine, CFI, CFII, CFMI, Tailwheel endorsement and Airline Transport Pilot; Number of Training Airplanes and Types: 16 Cessna 172s, 8 Beechcraft 23s, 6 Beechcraft 33s, 2 Beechcraft 58s, 1 Beechcraft C90A and 1 Cessna Citation Jet; Degree Offered: Airframe and Powerplant Certificate, Associate of Applied Science in Aviation Maintenance, Bachelor of Science in Aeronautical Technology-Aviation Maintenance, Associate of Technology-Professional Pilot and Bachelor of Science in Aeronautical Technology-Professional Pilot.
Remarks: Aviation Maintenance A&P training accomplished under FAR Part 147. Professional Pilot flight training accomplished under FAR Part 141. Degree programs accredited by North Central Accreditation. Flight training devices—2 Frasca 141s and 2 AST-3000 multi-configurations. Private and commercial glider transition courses under development. Campus is located on the Salina Municipal Airport and all required courses are delivered on this campus. Residence hall and cafeteria accommodation for 200 students on campus.
Contact: Admissions Office, Kansas State University College of Technology And Aviation, 2310 Centennial Rd., Salina, KS 67401-8196, (785) 826-2640, www.sal.ksu.edu.