The Aviation Technology program prepares students for careers in airline dispatching and airport operations. Students earn a two-year Associate in Applied Science degree and qualify to enter Green River College’s Bachelor in Applied Science program in Aeronautical Science. This program is taught using a mix of online and in person classes at Olympic College and/or Avian Flight School in Bremerton. Contact Student Success Coach Jennifer Hoodenpyle for information about the admission process for this program.
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In partnership with Green River College, Olympic College offers classes for an Associate in Applied Science (AAS) in Aviation Technology. The Aviation Technology program will prepare you for a career as an Airline Dispatcher.
Submit your FAFSA to Green River College. There is no need to also submit a FAFSA to Olympic College as Green River College will be the college “hosting your funds.” Each quarter you will need to email a copy of your Olympic College schedule to Oksana Gorkovets @email to request a consortium agreement for funding. This allows you to receive funding as if you are a full time student even though you are only enrolled part time at each college.
Your high school counselor will need to fill out two separate EVF forms – one for each college. They will need to mark down how many credits you are eligible for at each college.
This program is not eligible for Post 9/11 VA funding. If you have questions about your VA funding and having it count towards this degree please contact Katie Dailey at @email.
Every student is assigned an advising team consisting of your Student Success Coach and Faculty Advisor. Your Faculty Advisor is determined once you decide on your specific academic program. The following professor is the Faculty Advisor for Aviation Technology.
Aviation Technology is part of the Workforce & Economic Development Division . Visit the division webpage for more info, including support resources and services, and contact info for division staff and the dean. The division office can assist you with:
- Connecting with faculty
- Finding campus resources
- Support for procedural processes such as a grade appeal or student complaint.