Applicants must be at least 18 years old by the time the program starts, high school diploma or equivalent, pass our entrance assessment, class 3 student medical certificate
- 1st step – Initial meeting with a member of our admissions team.
That can be done on campus or online through a web meeting.
- 2nd Step – Entrance assessment – done online or in person
- 3rd Step – Meet with financial services for an estimate of what you quality for in terms of financial aid and for a cost breakdown by academic year – done online or in person
- Once you have determined what funding options you would like to use we will then have you apply and complete enrollment documents – done online or in person
Yes, California Aeronautical University offers scholarships, including scholarships for recent high school graduates, working adults and for those who have a family member in law enforcement or other public safety fields. Each student is reviewed for scholarships automatically based on everything submitted during the application process.
Financial aid is available to those who qualify, including grants, loans and scholarships. All students will meet with a member of our financial services team for an estimate before enrolling.
The admissions process is the same except you will need to provide official copies of your college transcripts.
Yes, CAU accepts credits and degrees earned from approved institutions provided certain conditions are met. See the CAU Catalog for current requirements.
CAU has multiple starts throughout the year on a 10-week cycle. Contact a member of our admissions team at (661)615-5915 for specific start dates and deadlines.
Contact a member of our admissions team at (661) 615-5915, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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You may begin looking into on-campus housing options the moment you think you want to attend CAU.
Yes. You will complete your housing agreement at the time of enrollment.
No, the student housing application process is free.
Yes. You will be prompted to submit a $250.00 deposit after you’ve completed the housing agreement before or on move-in day.
A room in the residence hall is $2500 per 10 week quarter. This cost includes meals (19 meals a week), utilities, cable, and internet, parking, access to laundry and recreational facilities.
You may pay all at once, or you can pay term-to-term.
Payments are made in the financial services department or on the student portal.
Rooms will be assigned on move-in day.
Move-in day is the Sunday before the first day of classes.
Yes, guests are allowed. They are to be escorted at all times by their student host, and must be signed in to the hall while hall staff is on duty. A resident may have no more than two overnight guests stay in their residence hall room at any time and guests are permitted to stay for a duration of two nights at a time. All overnight guests must be registered with the Department of Residence Life with a Guest Permission Form. The responsibility of registering a guest falls solely on the host student and must be done at least 24 hours in advance. Guest permission forms are available from the Campus Director.
No, alcohol is not allowed on campus.
Smoking is not allowed inside the student rooms, student lounge, study areas, kitchen or hallways. Students can utilize one of the outdoor smoking areas.
No pets may be brought into the residence halls by students to visit or live.
Students are responsible for cleaning their own room. All public areas are cleaned by university staff. Cleaning equipment such as vacuum cleaners, brooms and mops are available at the Front Desk and can be checked out with each student’s student ID card (keycard).
All maintenance and repairs in residence halls, apartments, and public areas are completed by our housing maintenance staff. You should report all problems on a Maintenance Work Order Request Form available online. Most requests are handled within 48 hours of receipt of the request by our maintenance staff. If the problem cannot be fixed immediately, you will be notified as to the status of the repair. In case of an emergency such as a significant water pipe leak, contact the RA on duty or the Housing Office for immediate attention.
Yes, a meal plan is included for every student that stays in student housing. The meal plan includes 19 meals a week.
Please use this mailing format so ensure timely distribution of your mail and parcels:
Residence Hall, Your Room #
1450 Boughton Drive
Bakersfield, CA 93309