The College of Aviation has been organized to meet the needs of students of the 21st century who wish to pursue aviation and aviation-related careers. To achieve the high level of quality education demanded by the aviation profession, the College is composed of facilities referred to as the Hagedorn Complex, named after a graduate of the college and benefactor, James Hagedorn.
The Hagedorn Complex is composed of the following facilities:
- College of Aviation building
- Simulation Center
- Flight Center
- Emil Buhler Aviation Maintenance Science education facility
- Goldman Flight Maintenance hangar