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Admissions & Costs
How to Apply

A free online application can easily be submitted utilizing goBAYLOR. Through goBAYLOR, a student can create a profile and track the status of their application. Acceptance into Baylor through this application process is all that is required to be considered for accepted into the Aviation Science program.

After a student is accepted at Baylor, an online application to Texas State Technical College - Waco (TSTC) must be completed as well. TSTC provides the program's primary flight training along with several courses that are required for the Aircraft Dispatch and Air Traffic Control concentrations, so admission to both institutions is necessary. More information about TSTC can be found at the TSTC Waco website.

Tuition and Fees


Current information on Baylor's tuition and fees can be found here, but there are additional costs associated with flight training and any course taken at TSTC that is required for the student's chosen degree plan. A planner outlining all four years of required courses for each of the degree options available within the program can be accessed below.

Professional Pilot

Air Traffic Control

Aircraft Dispatch

Aviation Administration

Flight Training Costs

Flight training costs are over and above Baylor's typical tuition and fees, but they can be factored into the student's cost of attendance used to calculate financial aid at Baylor. For that to happen, it is essential that all flight training be completed at TSTC. Choosing an alternative flight school is possible, but only if the chosen provider is paid directly with personal funds, alternative loans, or other financing options that may be available.

Scholarships & Financial Aid

Please see the Aviation Sciences Scholarships & Financial Aid page and Baylor's Student Financial Services page for information on opportunities to help you pay for your education.