*The tuition information depicted in the above graphics for other Universities are based on information retrieved from University websites in December of 2013. The UVU rates for the local program are based on the tuition and fees paid by resident students. Please read below for more detailed information.
Tuition costs will vary depending on the student's status. Utah residents and all students currently living within the state of Utah and/or utilizing UVU for flight training and/or on-campus courses must refer to www.uvu.edu for current tuition rates. These rates will vary depending on residency status.
Non-resident students living outside the state of Utah, or those living in Utah but not using UVU facilities can refer to the table below to determine tuition costs.
Please note that tuition costs are subject to change.
|Online Aviation Courses (Summer 2014-Spring 2015)|
|Credits||Tuition Rate||DE Fee||Total|
|Online General Education Courses (UVU Distance Ed)|
|$183 per credit|
All students register for their online or traditional courses using the UVLink system. Non-residents of Utah, who plan on taking online courses only, please contact the Aviation Advisement Center at the number below for specific instructions. It is crucial that you follow certain steps in UVLink in order to be charged the correct tuition rate. If you have any questions about how to register please contact the Aviation Advisement Center.
Returning students who have not registered for UVU courses for 1 year or more must fill out a new application for admission before registering. No application fee will be charged.
Students flying at the UVU facility pay for their flight costs via course fees, which
are associated with each flight course they register for. In addition to the regular
tuition rate, a course fee is charged which has been estimated to cover costs associated
with the actual flight training for a specific pilot certificate or rating. Items
covered by the course fee include aircraft rental, fuel costs, flight instruction,
ground instruction, and FAA examiner/practical exam fees. Students who have completed
flight training hours at another institution or who wish to complete flight training
via Continuing Education should speak with an aviation advisor for more information.
Students can qualify for federal financial aid to help supplement the cost of education. Our Aviation Financial Aid Office understands the unique needs of aviation students and is available to assist students at 1-877-336-8872 or firstname.lastname@example.org . We strongly recommend contacting them prior to beginning your financial aid application process. To apply for financial aid, go to www.uvu.edu/financialaid
For specific tuition information and any other questions please call the Aviation Advisement Center.
Mon - Fri, 10am - 6pm Mountain Time