Aviation Institute - Chesapeake is a for-profit college located in Chesapeake, Virginia in the Norfolk Area. It is a small institution with an enrollment of 142 undergraduate students. The Aviation Institute - Chesapeake acceptance rate is 100%. The only major offered is Aircraft Maintenance. Graduating 79% of students, Aviation Institute - Chesapeake alumni go on to earn a starting salary of $26,100.
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Aviation Institute of Maintenance - Chesapeake Reviews
My overall experience was excellent. The entire staff was helpful which made the enrollment process as smooth as possible. They took me on a tour of the facility and answered any questions I had.
classes are small, teachers are very knowledgeable and passionate about making sure all students understand each topic before moving forward towards new topics
The cost to attend this school is expensive and often times we as students depend on the refunds from financial aid to assist with food, transportation, and school demands. Almost never do you get to receive and refunds cause of tuition, lab fees, housing, books, etc. Its really a struggle to just make it to class and survive. This is my reason for appling for this scholarship for assistance.