Steps to Apply

How to Apply

A free online application can easily be submitted utilizing goBAYLOR. Through goBAYLOR, students can create a profile and track the status of their application. If the student wishes to study under the Professional Pilot concentration, they must complete a separate Aviation Sciences application. Early Action/Decision applications received by November 1 will be reviewed for admission determination by November 30. Any applications received after February 1 will be reviewed for admission determination by March 15.

Accepted students will perform all flight training at Baylor's Flight School, offered through Universal Flight Concepts (UFC). Students intending to use educational benefits through the Veteran's Administration may have limited options, so please email Baylor Institute for Air Science at or call us at (254)710-3578 to get the most current information.

Current information on Baylor's tuition and fees can be found here. Separate costs are associated with flight training and vary slightly from year to year. Please select the appropriate link to review the costs:

UFC Cost Estimate

Academic planners outlining the required courses for each degree option available within the program can be accessed below:

Professional Pilot

Aviation Administration

Scholarships & Financial Aid

Flight training costs are in addition to Baylor's tuition and fees, however, they can be factored into an overall cost of attendance used to calculate financial aid at Baylor including grants, loans and scholarships. For that to happen, it is essential that all flight training be completed at UFC. Choosing an alternative flight school is possible, but only if the chosen provider is paid directly using personal funds, alternative loans, or other financing options that may be available; Baylor financial aid cannot be used.

Baylor Institute for Air Science does not offer department sponsored scholarships at this time, but we list many aviation-specific options on our webpage - Aviation Sciences Scholarships & Financial Aid. Additionally, the Undergraduate Admissions webpage is a vital resource and provides information on additional opportunities to help you pay for your education.