Spartan LA is an above-average for-profit college located in Inglewood, California in the Los Angeles Area. It is a small institution with an enrollment of 471 undergraduate students. The Spartan LA acceptance rate is 100%. The only major offered is Aircraft Maintenance. Graduating 38% of students, Spartan LA alumni go on to earn a starting salary of $36,900.
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- of students agree that it is easy to get the classes they want.7 responses
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Spartan College of Aeronautics & Technology - Los Angeles Reviews
If your a Vet, easy breezy. Perfect place to knock out education and have an evening job. Most of the stats on the majority of reviews are mostly accurate. Spartan is just like anything; you get what you put in. Career services is extremely helpful. Job placement is very high as stats show. Financial aid has had some issues according to my classmates. If your using GI BILL, no sweat. Housing is not bad. WiFi is pretty good. If your a gamer, fork up your own money to get your own. Not a party school. If that's what you want, stick to community college. Everything you need is with in five min. Not in the best neighborhood. Spot lights on housing parking lot and security, but don't make yourself vulnerable. Not hard to pass if you put forth an effort. Your here to learn not just show up. I've not met one faculty member who is not here to help including every instructor. The big boy companies do know of this school and constantly visit to recruit.
The school is industry centered and focuses on getting you an A&P Licence through the FAA. The program is 15 months long and is set up with 20 modules each about 2.5 weeks long. I believe that in the future the campus will be a lot better but at the moment it is still getting established. The school that I go to is in Riverside and is attached to the Inglewood campus. The reason I put the location as poor but the campus as average is because it is in Rubidoux which is a rundown area, but it is located on a historic airport so it evens out. Like I said the school itself is get built up and it has plenty of potential.
The faculty and other staff members are great people. There is no problem you have that they can not solve. Professors are very helpful and understanding with all student's strengths and weaknesses.