The priority deadline for Fall quarter financial aid is March 1. Applications are accepted up through late summer, however, the financial aid award may not be available by the start of the Fall quarter. All flight training students requiring financial aid must complete an Aviation specific financial aid form. For financial aid application forms or questions regarding the application process, visit the Financial Aid office in Barge Hall, Room 115 or call them at (509) 963-1611.
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Alpha Eta Rho is a collegiate fraternity founded to bring together those students having a common interest in all fields of the aviation industry. Alpha Eta Rho, the Greek letters that stands for air. Central's Alpha Eta Rho provides a way for students to become more involved in aviation. Each year, they attend the National Women in Aviation Conference and put on many programs and events for students to participate in, including community service projects, movie nights, and other fun programs. For more information visit Alpha Eta Rho's website.
The Aviation Living Learning Community (LLC) was designed to bridge students' academic interest with their residence hall living experience. Students are able to live together in the same residence hall and develop personal and academic relationships with other students and aviation faculty. Some exciting things the LLC have done include trips to Boeing field to the Museum of Flight, study sessions for upcoming flight tests and stage checks, and many more things. For more information about how to join the Aviation LLC visit University Housing.
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