- Tulsa, OK
- 4 Year
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- of students agree that professors put a lot of effort into teaching their classes.23 responses
- of students agree that it is easy to get the classes they want.17 responses
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Spartan College of Aeronautics & Technology - Tulsa Reviews
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The only downfall is that the campus is held within a property rental contract with Tulsa International airport since 1928. Repairs take TIME. Current administration has their hands tied and they DO care about the campus. There were some idiots occupying financial aid and had put a bad taste in a lot of our mouths. Since I started in Feb 2015, current admin has canned basically the whole dept. 3 seperate times which to me, with corporate business exp. Is awesome because they heard of the issue, witnessed it and acted on it. The president Mr. Haynes, has for a fact noticed financially stretched students and has personally made sure that they have a full fridge and hygenic products on his own accord. WOW. They have had a few greedy owners in the past but Spartan is changing for the absolute best. Stinks by the time they are all done I will be long gone but invaluable to see this positive administrative involvement. Majority of the negative reviews are from whiney immature overgrown babies that cant see positive in action and these things cant happen overnight. 9.9/10 tuition is not a burden here but a smart investment.
Being an Airframe and Powerplant mechanic is like having to work with airplanes and making inspections for your customers or employer and fixing any problems within the airplane. My workload would usually be working on class projects involving equipment, and reading the text book. The curriculum would be about the different subjects that we would study on from our notes or text book. The school has two hangars with some airplanes and helicopters and also engines. We also have a building where we have our class rooms, library, etc. The school has been bringing many different companies to hire students or to let future students to have a contact for when the students graduate.
This school has been a awesome experience for me. I wish I had enrolled straight out of high school. The teachers, and administrators are so easy to get along with and talk to. The teachers really want you to know the subject. My favorite experience would more likely be working on equipment like a magneto, generator, propellers, and others. What makes my school unique is having to work hands with equipment and having to use a maintenance manual. I would certainly choose this school again, and I am constantly recommending this school to my friends and family.