Ken Carson Retiring from OU School of Aviation Studies

Ken Carson, director of the OU School of Aviation Studies, is retiring in August after 14 years at OU. Colleagues say he will be greatly missed.

OU School of Aviation Studies Students Named Distinguished Cadets

The OU Extended Campus School of Aviation Studies continued its run of producing top quality pilots as a pair of students earned distinguished new titles.

School of Aviation Studies Hosts 2019 Spring Banquet

The Spring Aviation Banquet celebrates the hard work of students from throughout Aviation’s programs.

OU School of Aviation Presents AOPA Courses to High School Educators

The OU School of Aviation hosted representatives from schools across Oklahoma and Texas to educate them on the AOPA High School Pathways program.

OU School of Aviation Students Participate in Charity Event

Students from the OU Extended Campus School of Aviation volunteered to help children with disabilities experience flight as part of Challenge Air Day on April 27 at Tulsa Riverside Airport.

Aviation Student Mentoring OKC Youth

Professional Pilot senior Charnell Walls named the first pilot mentor for Oklahoma City Community College’s Students Connecting with Mentors for Success (SCMS) program.

Alaskan Internship Offers OU Aviation Student Chance of a Lifetime

Networking skills and persistence gained an OU aviation student the opportunity to participate in a once-in-a-lifetime internship experience in Alaska.

Aviation Student Awarded Prestigious Scholarship

Professional Pilot major Cameron Morgan was awarded an Advanced Flight Training Scholarship courtesy of Delta Airlines, National Gay Pilots Association.

Sooner Flight Academy School’s Out Day Camps Offer Kids What They Want

Sooner Flight Academy at OU is now offering science and technology-based day camps on days children are out of school.

OU's Air Traffic Management Program Sets Students Up for Success

OU’s Air Traffic Management program not only prepares students to get hired, it gives them the tools they need to succeed once they settle in to a career.