War Eagle! Our students, alumni, and faculty are passionate about aviation and we’re excited that you are considering Auburn Aviation and the Auburn Family. Auburn Aviation is committed to operating by the principles of the Auburn Creed– honesty, service, hard work and respect – principles required by aviation professionals.
Tuition and Costs
Learn more about estimated tuition and costs at Auburn University.
The Professional Flight degree has additional fees that are additive to the cost of tuition. Estimated flight costs are based on national flight hour averages for each rating. Fees shown are only estimates as individual student attendance, lesson preparation, abilities, and performance, may vary. Fees may be subject to change with fuel price fluctuations.
Learn more about Auburn University Student Financial Services.
Incoming and current students should make themselves aware of undergraduate scholarship opportunities. Information regarding scholarship application processes, dates, etc. is available on the university scholarship page. A list of public scholarships for aviation students is available through ALPA’s Cleared to Dream website. Auburn University is a member of the University Aviation Association (UAA), as well as the National Business Aviation Association (NBAA), which both offer assistance in connecting students with scholarship opportunities.
As a land grant university, Auburn University has always had a military affiliation. Auburn’s flight education program was initially established to train civilian pilots for service in the Army Air Corps during World War II. We’re proud to be approved by the Veterans Administration under the Post-9/11 GI Bill for both academic tuition and flight training fees and the Veterans Resource Center is a great asset for veterans transitioning from military to civilian life on a college campus.
Last Updated: January 11, 2019