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Local (Instate/Online) Student Admissions

Steps for admission to UVU

Admission to the on-campus professional pilot program is by competitive points based application and is contingent upon completion of required prerequisites. It is a very rigorous, time-intensive program and requires full commitment each semester from the first day of class until the last.

Students for whom English is a second language are admitted but must demonstrate acceptable level of English skills prior to beginning flight training. New students may be required to meet additional English language proficiency standards set by the school and determined through both oral and written testing.

New students must meet with an aviation academic advisor before registering for courses. A class II Medical from an FAA designated Medical Examiner is required. The Medical must be completed prior to entering the flight phase of the program.

Contact your assigned advisor with additional questions:

    • Dianna Bunker (Last name A-K) or
    • Marilyn Riddle (Last name L-Z)

Online (Out-of-state) Student Admissions

Steps for admission to UVU

If you are NOT a Utah Resident, and planning on attending courses online, please select “Aviation Global” as your major attribute.

If you have any questions, please contact the Aviation Student Support Center at or 801-863-7830.

In addition to the steps on UVU's admissions page, students must also:

1. Evaluate prior flight certificates/ratings and previous work experience

If you have flight certificates/ratings you’d like to be considered for credit, please contact us by email at once your application, transcripts, and test scores have been processed. We will be able to determine what courses can be offered as Experiential Credit prior to registration.

2. Get Your Books

Click below to find the current list of required textbooks for your online aviation courses. Online students can purchase textbooks from the UVU Bookstore or from whatever provider is most convenient for them. Note: For online aviation courses, be sure to select the correct section number which is designated with an 'X' (X01, X51, etc.) It is possible that the textbook for the online section is different from the classroom section.

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Notice: Online Course Access

On the first day of the semester, if you do not have access to your online aviation courses, contact the Aviation Student Support Center at 1-888-901-7192. You are responsible for verifying that you are registered for the appropriate courses and that you receive access to them.

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