CAMPUS

STATUSES & RESOURCES

Current Campus Statuses

The most up-to-date campus information is available below. Check the current status of your campus, then read on for additional resources as needed.

Tampa Bay

NAA’s Tampa Bay campus is fully open and operational to students. Students should report to class as scheduled at our main campus and hangar locations.

Three students at National Aviation Academy work on an aircraft engine to gain hands-on training experience.

New England

NAA’s New England campus is fully open and operational to students. Students should report to class as scheduled at our main campus and hangar locations.

Emergency Preparedness

Please use the resources below to keep informed in case of an emergency. For the most current information:

  • Call (727) 386-8503 for the NAA campus status hotline
  • Text ‘NE Status’ or ‘TB Status’ to (844) 390-0902 for an instant reply
  • Check our official social media channels (@naaedu)
  • Visit our Student Services department for Emergency Preparedness kits and other helpful information
  • Research the local campus resources outlined in the next section of this page

We are here to help and support you. You can always email us directly with questions and concerns.

Campus Resources

In addition to all of the good things, our campuses have uniques challenges of weather in different seasons. While we wish fair weather and good fortune to all, we also have to prepare for the alternative. Find resources specific to each campus below.

Three students at National Aviation Academy work on an aircraft engine to gain hands-on training experience.

Tampa Bay

• Know your risk and evacuation zones by consulting local county resources such as Pinellas County Emergency Management
• Research the offerings of the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA)
• Stay informed through local media outlets such as ABC Action News, Bay News 9, Fox 13, etc.

new england campus entrance with snow

New England

• Consult local emergency preparedness resources such as the Massachusetts Emergency Management Agency
• Research the offerings of the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA)
• Stay informed through local media outlets such as NECN, WCVB, WHDH, etc.