MIAT Accreditation

Fast Facts

Here is an overview of the many aspects of life at MIAT, including campus support, student life, and general policies. Use this page as an overview and consult the Student Handbook or contact a school representative for more detailed information.

ACCREDITATION, CERTIFICATIONS, AND APPROVALS

Accredited by ACCSC Accrediting Association of Career Schools and Colleges

Named GI Jobs Magazine Military Friendly School 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013

Approved by U.S. Department of Education

Approved for federal military and veterans educational benefits

Airframe & Powerplant Technician, and Global Logistics & Dispatch Programs are FAA-Federal Aviation Administration Certificated

Airframe & Powerplant Technician Program is accredited by NCATT-National Center for Aerospace and Transportation Technologies

MIAT College of Technology – Canton, MI:
Licensed by State of Michigan Department of Licensing and Regulatory Affairs, Approved by the Ohio State Board of Career Colleges & Schools #90-03-1286T, Accredited in Indiana by the BPE/AC-0275

MIAT College of Technology – Houston, TX:
Approved and regulated by the Texas Workforce Commission, Career Schools and Colleges, Austin, TX, Regulated by Indiana State Workforce Innovation Council Office of Career and Technical Schools 10 N. Senate Ave. Suite SE 203, Indianapolis, IN 46204 (317) 234-8338 or (317) 234-8339

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS

All applicants to Michigan Institute of Aviation and Technology must have a high school diploma or its equivalent prior to beginning course work. Complete admissions and entrance policies are stated in the school catalog.

CLASS START DATES

Classes begin every 8-10 weeks to allow flexibility for students who want to start their training.

DRESS CODE AND UNIFORMS

In order to maintain an environment consistent with industry standards, professional appearance is required. Students are issued five (5) MIAT approved shirts when they begin their training. Specific details on the dress code are outlined in the Student Handbook.

DRUG POLICY

MIAT is committed to a drug free environment; alcohol consumption and the use of drugs or abuse of legal drugs is strictly prohibited on school property. The school reserves the right to require drug or alcohol testing of students, if at the sole discretion of the school, the student is suspected to be under the influence. Specific details are provided in the Student Handbook.

GRADUATE EMPLOYMENT ASSISTANCE

Our graduate employment assistance begins prior to graduation. We provide a complete career search handbook, one-on-one advising, resume development, interviewing techniques, and numerous on-campus interview opportunities such as job fairs, the annual career expo, and individual employer interviews. Our employment assistance is available to all MIAT graduates throughout their careers at no additional cost.

STUDENT EMPLOYMENT ASSISTANCE

Our Career Resource Center continually develops relationships with local employers interested in hiring our students for a variety of full-time or part-time jobs. Job openings are updated frequently and are posted on campus bulletin boards. This is a cooperative environment where students work closely with the career resource center staff. Ultimately it is the responsibility of the student to find and maintain employment, if desired, while attending school.

FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE

MIAT is accredited by the Accrediting Commission of Career Schools and Colleges (ACCSC), an accrediting agency recognized by the US Department of Education. Students may qualify for federal aid in the form of subsidized and unsubsidized Stafford student loans, PLUS Loans, PELL Grants and scholarships. Additional funding options are available to our students as well. For more information on funding sources and qualifications, please contact the Financial Aid Office.

SCHOLARSHIPS

One graduating senior from every high school in the U.S. is eligible to receive a $1500 scholarship from MIAT. Those eligible for this scholarship must begin training in the same calendar year that they graduate from high school. MIAT participates with many other organizations offering scholarship resources for those who qualify. Contact us for more information about scholarships.

FREEZE TUITION RATE

An applicant’s tuition rate at the time of application will remain unchanged provided the applicant begins training on their scheduled start date and maintains continuous attendance.

HOUSING

MIAT offers very affordable housing options near the campus. Please contact the Admissions Coordinator for guidance on housing options, pricing, and other details.

NON-DISCRIMINATION

It is the policy of MIAT not to discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, gender, age, disability, height, weight, religion or marital status in any of its programs, activities or employment.

ON CAMPUS JOB FAIRS

A variety of companies frequently conduct on-campus interviews and participate in job fairs with our students. This gives students a secure income and work history while continuing training for a technical career in the future.

SCHOOL HOURS

Students attend class Monday through Friday and are assigned either a morning or afternoon class schedule.

TOOLS AND SUPPLIES

Airframe & Powerplant Technician students will receive a customized Snap-On® tool kit during their training which is included as part of their financial aid package. Additionally, MIAT provides supplies, equipment and specialized tools necessary to perform various projects and lab assignments required in the curriculum. Tools and supplies are listed in the course catalog.

TUTORING

We understand that students may occasionally need additional assistance throughout their training at MIAT. We have dedicated facilities and faculty available for individual tutoring and assistance at no additional cost.

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