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Spartan College of Aeronautics and Technology is proud to call Tulsa, Oklahoma our home town. One of Oklahoma’s largest city combines small-town charm with big-city attractions, and brings together the best the Southwest, Midwest, and Southern U.S. has to offer. You’ll enjoy Tulsa’s:
Liveability – Tulsa has been recognized by several institutions and publications as a uniquely liveable city. Partners for Liveable Communities cited the friendliness of Tulsa residents and the city’s abundance of green space as evidence, while Forbes Magazine highlighted the city’s affordable cost of living. We’d also add the warm, sunny weather.
Outdoor Living – For an urban area of more than 900,000 inhabitants, Tulsa offers easy access to outdoor recreation. Within the city are more than a dozen parks, the largest of which is Mohawk Park. Residents also enjoy trails and bike paths along the river. Tulsa is sited at the foothills of the Ozark Mountains in what’s known as Oklahoma’s “Green Country”. If you like to bike, hike, golf, or spend time at a lake, you’re in luck.
Arts and Culture – Enjoy big-city arts attractions in Tulsa, from gorgeous art deco architecture to concerts and sporting events. Catch a show at the Brady Theater, visit Tulsa’s two world-class art museums, or discover Western Swing music at Tulsa’s clubs. You can also visit the Tulsa Zoo, the aquarium, the planetarium, or the botanical gardens.
Diverse Economy – Tulsa’s major employers include oil, aerospace, financial, and telecommunications companies. Of particular interest to Spartan College students is the presence of an American Airlines maintenance base at Tulsa International Airport. This facility is one of the world’s largest aircraft maintenance facilities—and one of Tulsa’s biggest employers.
Spartan College’s facilities in Tulsa include three campuses located on two Tulsa-area airports. We maintain over 247,00 square feet of classrooms, training facilities, workshops, and administrative offices.
Our Main Campus on Pine Street houses the avionics classrooms and training equipment, plus general education classrooms, welding shop, library, and student services offices. The Spartan Residence Hall, offering apartment-style living for single students, is also located here.
The North Campus contains classrooms, equipment and aircraft for the non-destructive testing/quality control programs and the aviation maintenance programs. A cafeteria and offices for on-campus job interviews are also housed at the North Campus.
Finally, our Flight Campus is located at the dual-runway Richard L. Jones airport, and is home to our 43 training aircraft. Ground school classrooms and a LaserGrade Testing station for taking FAA written examinations are also part of the Flight Campus facility.
Find out more about our programs, our Tulsa location, and the admissions process. Contact a Spartan College of Aeronautics and Technology enrollment manager today!