Drug and Alcohol Abuse Prevention
The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) afford students certain rights concerning their education records. The right to review, inspect, amend, consent and/or file a complaint regarding their personal educational records.
Transfer of Credit
All requests for Transfer Credit must be made and official transcripts and/or records must be provided to NAA prior to an enrolled student’s class start. Prior credit is established based on certain criteria and all evaluations are completed by DOE and/or VP of Education Services.
Safety and Emergency Action Plans
Safety and Emergency Action Plans
Security measures have been put in place, as well as an onsite security guard to ensure a safe and secure environment for the well-being of our students, staff, and guests.
For your personal well-being and the safety of everyone who works at the National Aviation Academy, specific procedures should be followed during emergencies. Please familiarize yourself with these instructions so you will be aware of the role you should play in an emergency situation. Keep this information where it will be available if you need it.
Active Shooter Preparedness
With these types of occurrences on the rise, we have increased our training and drills and provided additional resources to prevent these senseless acts of violence successfully. Being acutely aware and vigilant of persons and/or your surroundings is key to ensuring your safety and those around you.
Be Prepared for an Active Shooter
The IT department at NAA is responsible for maintaining and safeguarding the information technology infrastructure on all computers, servers, and network devices and equipment. It can also assist with password resets.
Transcripts, enrollment verification, graduation certification, class drops, withdrawals, and significant changes
Student clubs, student educational, cultural, and social events
Women’s Resource Center
Student Emergency Support
Student Emergency Support welcomes, supports and educates students of all genders, people provides information, referral, and advocacy to address academic, personal, and social needs; collaboratively researches and offers resource networking to address barriers to college access and attendance (childcare, federal/state/local safety net benefits, food insecurity, housing, medical, legal aid); responds to emergency financial assistance inquiries
Wellness Center/Student Well Being
Whether you’re wondering where to begin, looking, or starting your job, Career Services will guide you through the process of career development from your first questions to your last.
Disability Services provides appropriate accommodations and direct services to members of the NAA community with all types of disability. The office also provides information and referral on issues of accessibility, as well as training and staff development.
Educational and Social Events are Sponsored Throughout 2023
NAA is committed to providing a learning, working, and living environment that promotes personal integrity, civility, and mutual respect in an environment free of discrimination based on sex. NAA considers sex discrimination in all its forms to be a serious offense and has a zero-tolerance policy in place.
NAA encourages its students to be active participants in their communities. Voting is a privilege that allows citizens to have a voice in their government and its laws.