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What is One Stop?

One Stop is the process by which the University of Oklahoma will obtain copies of your required flight training documents. Additionally, we will apply for your Student Pilot Certificate from the FAA and answer any questions you have about your flight training.

Documents Required to Complete the One Stop Process

U.S. Citizens

  • Proof of U.S. Citizenship
    • Valid, unexpired U.S. passport or
    • Original or government-issued birth certificate of the U.S., American Samoa, or Swains Island AND a government-issued picture identification or
    • Original certification of birth abroad with raised seal (Form FS-545 or Form DS-1350) AND a government-issued picture identification or
    • Original certificate of U.S. citizenship with raised seal (Form N-560 or N-561) or a Certificate of Repatriation (Form N-581) AND government-issued pictured ID or
    • Original U.S. Naturalization Certificate with raised seal (Form N-550 or N-570) AND a government-issued picture ID
  • FAA Class I or Class II Medical
  • FAA Airman’s Certificate (if you already have a student pilot certificate or higher)
  • FAA Knowledge Test (if completed)

Foreign Nationals

  • Passport
  • Visa
  • FAA Class I or Class II Medical

Important Dates

One Stop Deadline:
Spring 2019: October 8 - 12, 2018
Summer 2019: October 8 - 12, 2018

Flight Availability Due:
Spring 2019: November 30, 2018
Summer 2019: November 30, 2018

First Time Flyers Meeting:
Spring 2019: January 14, 2019 at 5:00PM
Summer 2019: TBD June 2019

One Stop Checklist

One Stop Checklist Packets

Spring and Summer 2019

Items to be Completed Prior to One Stop Appointment

  • Schedule an advising appointment with your academic advisor
  • Obtain FAA Class I or Class II Medical
  • Schedule One Stop appointment with Ross Ellis 

FAA Knowledge Test

  • If you have already completed ground school, you must pass your FAA Knowledge Test prior to enrollment.

Obtaining an FAA MedicalOBTAINING AN FAA MEDICAL

  • You must obtain either a Class I or Class II medical no later than May 15 (three weeks prior to the first day of class).First, visit the FAA MedExpress website and create a username/password.After filling out your medical history through the Med Express website, contact an FAA Aviation Medical Examiner (AME) and set up an appointment. The medical typically costs just under $100.  List of FAA Medical Examiners.

If you have any medical issues or concerns, the approval for your medical may take additional time. Therefore you should not hesitate to begin this process now.

NOTE: In April 2016, the FAA separated the FAA Medical from the student pilot license.You may find material on the internet referring to the combined student pilot license / medical, however this is no longer the case.The documents are issued separately.However, if you already received your medical before April 1, 2016, you may already have your combined student pilot license/medical.

Important Information About Personal Documents

The information presented on all forms of ID must match exactly.  Common issues include misspelled names, wrong birth dates, wrong eye or hair color, not including “Jr” or “Sr” or “II” or “III”.   The driver’s license or US Passport MUST MATCH your birth certificate at time of ONE STOP processing.  If your birth certificate or passport lists your official legal name as “James Robert Smith”, your driver’s license MUST say “James Robert Smith”, not “Jim R. Smith”, “J.R. Smith”, or “Jim Bob Smith”.  If it does not match, go to your local DMV and get a corrected driver’s license before showing up for your One Stop appointment.

Ensure when you put data into the web data bases for both your FAA medical and your FAA Student Pilot License that YOU USE YOUR FULL LEGAL NAME as it is or will be on your driver’s license or Passport – you may be disenrolled from the course if your documents do not match.

Additionally, your address on the driver’s license must be a current residential address at which you can receive mail.  This may be a parental address if you are living in a temporary location (apartment, residence hall, fraternity house, etc).