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Aviation Maintenance Application and Selection Process

The Aviation Maintenance Technology program at Eastern Florida State College is limited access and requires a special application in addition to the standard EFSC application for general admission. Apply today — space is limited.

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Step 1:  Check Deadlines, Request & Review Info Packet & Work with Advisor

Upcoming Application Deadlines 
  • Fall 2023 (October start) - Deadline: Aug. 26, 2023
  • Spring 2024 (January start): Deadline: Oct. 14, 2023

Request the Aviation Maintenance Information Packet: This will open an email to the program advisor. Please include your name, phone number and email in the note you send, along with any initial questions.

Because this is a limited access program with many variables and a special application requirement and selection criteria point system, it's important for prospective students to receive advising from the program advisor. You can request an appointment in the same email request for the Information Packet or call or use the online appointment scheduler. The Information Packet includes detailed information about the Admission and Selection Point System.

Contact Information:
Program Advisor

Step 2:  Apply for General Admission to Eastern Florida State College

Complete and properly submit the application for general admission to Eastern Florida State College. There is a $30 non-refundable application fee for admission that must be submitted at the time of application to the college. This application is available online. Complete all general admissions requirements with the main EFSC Admissions office.

Please note that application processing can take up to 14 days due to the current volume of applications. Check your email frequently for your acceptance letter.

NOTE: This step pertains ONLY to those students who are not currently enrolled with the college. If you’re a returning/readmit student who applied to EFSC one or more years ago and have not completed a course in the past year, you must re-apply and can do so online and will not be charged the general EFSC application fee.

Step 3:  New & Existing EFSC Students: Complete General Requirements & Check for Registration Holds

If you are a new EFSC student, your general admissions acceptance letter and email will list admissions requirements that you must complete to avoid holds that would prevent you from registering for courses if accepted into the aviation maintenance program. You can also review how to complete these general requirements on EFSC's accepted students' page.

If you are an existing EFSC student, you need to verify that you do not have any holds that would prevent course registration if you are accepted into the program. Visit the Registration Holds webpage for details on how to check your EFSC Message Center for holds and how to clear them.

Step 4:  Testing Requirements

The Test of Adult Basic Education (TABE), is a program requirement unless a student is exempt.

Visit TABE Testing web page for more information.

Step 5:  Complete the Aviation Program Application

The limited access application is in addition to the general application and MUST be properly submitted by the application deadline. Be sure you have worked with the program advisor to request and review the Aviation Program Information Packet explained in the first section of the accordion.

After you have received your general EFSC Admissions Acceptance letter or if you are a current EFSC student, complete the online Career & Technical/Trades ApplicationYour general admissions acceptance letter will include your Student email address and password required to access your myEFSC account so you can log in and submit the limited access Career Tech application.

If you need assistance with the online application or cannot register online, contact the program advisor for other arrangements.