Alcohol and Drug Prevention Policy
California Aeronautical University has developed an Alcohol and Drug Prevention Policy to comply with the requirements set forth by the Drug-Free Schools and Communities Act Amendments of 1989.
Annual Security and Fire Safety Reports
Anti-Harassment and Discrimination Policy
CAU is committed to providing an environment free of unlawful harassment or discrimination. In support of this commitment, the University has created an Anti-Harassment and Discrimination Policy.
Training materials used to train Title IX personnel:
- Introduction and Overview of the New Title IX Regulations
- The New Role of the Title IX Coordinator
- Informal Resolution and Investigations
- Advisors and Decision Makers
Students, Employees and CAU Community members who believe they have experienced or witnessed discrimination, harassment, or sexual violence, should notify the Title IX Coordinator. The Title IX Coordinator is:
|Coordinator||Email Address||Phone Number||Physical Address|
Title IX Coordinator
|Andreag@calaero.edu||(661)615-5915||1450 Boughton Drive|
Bakersfield, CA 93308
CPPEA Required Documents
The California Private Postsecondary Education Act of 2009 (CPPEA) requires institutions to provide the following documents on their website.
Visit the CAU catalog page to download the current catalog and catalog addendum.
School Performance Fact Sheets
- Associate of Science in Aviation Maintenance Technology
- Associate of Science in Aviation Studies
- Bachelor of Science in Aeronautics
- Bachelor of Science in Aviation Business Administration
- Master of Aviation Science
- Master of Business Administration
- Professional Pilot
- Ventura Campus School Performance Fact Sheets
Performance Information Disclosure
This is the data reported to ACICS by the institution in its most recent Campus Accountability Report.
Access to Services, Activities and Facilities by Disabled Individuals
California Aeronautical University does not discriminate against individuals with a disability. Qualified individuals with a disability may request a reasonable accommodation request to allow full participation in academic or student activities, including applications for admission and financial aid. Qualified individuals with a disability who need a reasonable accommodation should speak with the University President or Director of Education.