2018 -2019 Collegiate Aviation Guide


The "Collegiate Aviation Guide" is published annually by the University Aviation Association and available in print and via Issuu. The Guide is a directory of education departments in the U.S., Puerto Rico and Canada that offer academic degrees and/or majors in aviation.

The intent of the Guide is to serve as a reference to prospective college students, both undergraduate and graduate, as well as educators, and industry and government personnel. For high school students and parents in search of a college or university, we suggest using the Guide as an initial screening device to identify those institutions and locales that are appropriate for the student’s educational goals and individual needs.



2017-18 Media Kit


The 2017-18 Media Kit is published by the University Aviation Association and distributed via PDF download. University Aviation Association Media Kit contains information about rates, publications, social networking, ad sizes and formats, membership breakdown, audience, events, contact information, plus anything else that helps our members / non-members make informed decisions regarding UAA. 



UAA Offers Independent Program Reviews


Reviews are a voluntary process whose major purpose is to ensure quality in a collegiate aviation program. The aim of a program review and on-site visit is to assess how well an institute implements its own mission, adheres to its internal and external guidelines, and how it will comply with its program requirements. The on-site visit plan is cooperative. All programs are expected to meet or exceed all standards of collegiate institutional accreditation. The integrity of an institution and the program is fundamental and critical to the quality training process. Programs must continually evaluate themselves in relation to their institution’s mission and their own program mission, goals, and educational objectives. Collegiate aviation is part of a slowly evolving, continuous process. In the long view, there are continuing conversations among training programs, students, faculty professionals, institutions, and end-consumers (employers).