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  • Flight Training Prerequisites - Hesston College
    Flight Training Prerequisites Flight Training Prerequisites Below are required items needed to start flight training at Hesston College FAA Requirements The student must be able to read speak write and understand the English language meet the physical standards for a third class medical certificate and possess a valid student pilot certificate The student must be 16 years old to solo and 17 years old to gain certification Medical Requirements You are required to make an appointment with an FAA approved medical doctor to acquire your medical certificate We ask that you get either a second class or first class medical It is imperative that you have this medical certificate in hand before you fly as it will double as your student pilot certificate We can provide you with names of qualified physicians in your area or you can visit the following informative websites on aviation medicals located at www leftseat com and The FAA s Find an Aviation Medical Examiner AME They may help answer questions you have Transportation Security Administration TSA Requirements We are required to verify proof of U S citizenship We need to see an ORIGINAL birth certificate and a current driver s license or a current

    Original URL path: http://www.hesston.edu/academics/departments/aviation/flight-training-prerequisites/ (2016-02-13)
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  • Aviation Course Fees - Hesston College
    7 450 Course fees include aircraft rental instructor time and the FAA check ride fee They do not include the following Aviation textbooks including charts and sectionals FAA knowledge tests for Ground School Hesston College Aviation student pilot shirt Headset Extracurricular events field trips etc When looking at financial aid options please figure an additional 1 000 per semester for these items Hesston College Aviation flight training facility is open year around Students are encouraged to fly during semester breaks and summer semester to help them complete their flight courses on time Course fees are based on student averages Flight hours may very depending upon Individual student progress additional requested ground instruction students electing to fly outside of curriculum approved changes in flight fee structure changes in FAA requirements Hours flown in excess of curriculum plan are charged at current rates Aviation rates are subject to changes in fuel cost or program revisions without notice Community rates Private Pilot Hours Resource Cost hour Total 46 5 Plane rental 112 00 5 208 00 1 Advanced Aviation Training Device AATD 75 00 75 00 33 In flight instruction 45 00 1 482 00 30 Ground instruction 45 00 1 350 00 1 Ground school 696 00 696 00 1 Knowledge exam 150 00 150 00 1 Check ride fee 350 00 350 00 1 Books and pilot supplies 350 00 350 00 Package price 9 661 00 Instrument Rating Hours Resource Cost hour Total 25 5 Plane rental 112 00 2 865 00 17 5 AATD 75 00 1 312 50 40 5 In flight instruction 45 00 1 822 50 37 Ground instruction 45 00 1 665 00 1 Ground school 696 00 696 00 1 Knowledge exam 150 00 150 00 1 Check ride fee 350 00 350 00 1 Books 324 00 324 00 Package price 8 992 50 Commercial Pilot Hours Resource Cost hour Total 95 5 Plane rental 112 00 10 696 00 23 5 Plane rental RG 141 00 3 313 50 8 AATD 75 00 600 00 59 5 In flight instruction 44 00 2 618 00 31 5 Ground instruction 44 00 1 386 00 1 Ground school 696 00 696 00 1 Knowledge exam 150 00 150 00 1 Check ride fee 350 00 350 00 1 Books 259 50 259 50 Package price 20 069 00 Multi Engine Hours Resource Cost hour Total 8 Plane rental PA 30 315 00 2 520 00 6 AATD 75 00 450 00 12 5 In flight instruction 45 00 562 50 13 Ground instruction 45 00 585 00 1 Check ride fee 350 00 350 00 1 Books 50 00 50 00 Package price 4 517 50 Advanced Multi Engine Hours Resource Cost hour Total 19 Plane rental PA 30 315 00 5 985 00 17 In flight instruction 45 00 765 00 16 Ground instruction 45 00 720 00 1 Check ride fee 350 00 350 00 Package price 7 820 00 Flight

    Original URL path: http://www.hesston.edu/academics/departments/aviation/lab-fees/ (2016-02-13)
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  • Program Highlights - Hesston College
    SD Kush Lengacher 10 27 2012 Chris Miller Linville VA Jesse Baer 10 9 2012 Bryan Becker Hesston KS Jesse Baer 10 1 2012 Chris Reed Mulvane KS Robert Hunter 9 25 2012 Cee Cee Wingo Choctaw OK Daniel Kornfeld 9 25 2012 Mason McMillan Ozawkie KS Jesse Baer 9 24 2012 Joshua Decker Hesston KS Daniel Kornfeld 9 17 2012 Charlie Hansen Mulvane KS Robert Hunter 8 27 2012 Ryan Richter Moundridge KS Daniel Kornfeld 8 22 2012 Peter Machutta Wichita KS Daniel Kornfeld Check rides 2012 13 DATE STUDENT COURSE TEST INSTRUCTOR 11 29 13 Denver Coblentz Commercial Pilot Amy Birdsell 11 9 13 Laith Hasan Commercial Pilot Daniel Kornfeld 11 9 13 Trevor Godshall Commercial Pilot Jesse Baer 10 19 13 Quinn Bowers Commercial Pilot Daniel Kornfeld 10 19 13 Jason Youngers Private Pilot Kyle Albrecht 9 14 2013 Redfa Titihalawa Private Pilot Kush Lengacher 8 29 2013 Rhett Imel Private Pilot Kyle Albrecht 7 30 2013 George Felix Instrument Rating Jesse Baer 7 19 2013 Laith Hasan Instrument Rating Daniel Kornfeld 7 19 2013 Jerry Jacot Multi Engine Amy Birdsell 7 11 2013 Tom Rybarczyk Multi Engine Amy Birdsell 7 10 2013 Trevor Godshall Instrument Rating 7 2 2013 David Rudy Flight Instructor Amy Birdsell 6 29 2013 Kyle Albrecht Flight Instructor Instrument Amy Birdsell 6 20 2013 Justin Kyser Commercial Pilot Travis Pickerill 6 19 2013 Chris Reed Private Pilot Kush Lengacher 6 14 2013 Chris Miller Private Pilot Amy Birdsell 6 12 2013 Tim Clayton Commercial Pilot Dan Miller 6 6 2013 Charlie Hansen Instrument Rating Jesse Baer 6 6 2013 Cee Cee Wingo Private Pilot Bob Hunter 6 4 2013 Sam Hinga Private Pilot Bob Hunter 5 25 2013 Quinn Bowers Instrument Rating Daniel Kornfeld 5 25 2013 David Rudy Commercial Pilot Dan Miller 5 25 2013 Fritz Lehman Instrument Rating Daniel Kornfeld 5 24 2013 Bryan Becker Private Pilot Jesse Baer 5 16 2013 Adam Unruh Private Pilot Kyle Albrecht 5 15 2013 Emma Siegfried Commercial Pilot Daniel Kornfeld 5 15 2013 Tim Clayton Instrument Rating Kush Lengacher 5 3 2013 Mason McMillan Private Pilot Kush Lengacher 5 3 2013 Denver Coblentz Instrument Rating Jesse Baer 4 25 2013 William Wyatt Private Pilot Caleb Kandel 3 28 2013 Caleb Kandel Flight Instructor Amy Birdsell 3 28 2013 Robert Hunter Flight Instructor Amy Birdsell 3 25 2013 Taylor Spangler Flight Instructor Travis Pickerill 3 14 2013 Brad Zarembski Multi Engine Instructor Dan Miller 3 2 2013 Brad Zarembski Mulit Engine Dan Miller 3 2 2013 Chris Moyer Instrument Rating Sheldon Goerzen 2 5 2013 Kush Lengacher Multi Engine Travis Pickerill 2 5 2013 Jesse Baer Multi Engine Travis Pickerill 2 1 2013 Kyle Albrecht Flight Instructor Amy Birdsell 1 25 2013 Taylor Spangler Commercial Pilot Travis Pickerill 1 18 2013 Caleb Kandel Flight Instructor Amy Birdsell 1 17 2013 Ezekiel Lazaro Instrument Rating Sheldon Goerzen 1 17 2013 Devon Woody Private Pilot Daniel Kornfeld 1 12 2013 Micah Cusick Instrument Rating Daniel Kornfeld

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  • Scholarships - Hesston College
    Transcript Request Partner Program Update Your Info Capital Campaign Estate Planning Give to Hesston Hesston College Today Church Relations Student Development Campus Activities Campus Ministries Counseling Services Chapel Forum FAQ Roommate Tips Athletics Baseball Basketball m Basketball w Cross Country m Cross Country w Golf m Soccer m Soccer w Softball Tennis m Tennis w Volleyball Athletic Training Services About News Presidential Search Mission Vision Values Sustainability Dyck Arboretum Hesston Bethel Performing Arts Consumer Information Accreditation Governance Employment Bookstore Employee Directory Home Academics Departments Programs Aviation Scholarships Scholarships A few national associations that offer scholarships for aviation students Adventures in Education Air Line Pilots Association International Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association AOPA Aviation Distributors and Manufacturers Association AvScholars student gateway to aviation Experimental Aircraft Association Young Eagles Federal Aviation Administration Scholarships and Grants Girls with Wings International Society of Women Airline Pilots Landings List of Information Learning for Life Aviation Exploring National Air Transportation Foundation National Business Aviation Association The Ninety Nines International Organization of Women Pilots Organization of Black Airline Pilots Women in Aviation International Women in Corporate Aviation Aviation Air Traffic Control Course Fees Careers What can I do with an aviation degree Fleet and Rates Flight Training

    Original URL path: http://www.hesston.edu/academics/departments/aviation/scholarships/ (2016-02-13)
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  • Heilsgeschichte samples - Hesston College
    Give to Hesston Hesston College Today Church Relations Student Development Campus Activities Campus Ministries Counseling Services Chapel Forum FAQ Roommate Tips Athletics Baseball Basketball m Basketball w Cross Country m Cross Country w Golf m Soccer m Soccer w Softball Tennis m Tennis w Volleyball Athletic Training Services About News Presidential Search Mission Vision Values Sustainability Dyck Arboretum Hesston Bethel Performing Arts Consumer Information Accreditation Governance Employment Bookstore Employee Directory

    Original URL path: http://www.hesston.edu/academics/departments/bible-and-ministry/heilsgeschicte-samples/ (2016-02-13)
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  • Psalms and Epistles weekend course - Hesston College
    About News Presidential Search Mission Vision Values Sustainability Dyck Arboretum Hesston Bethel Performing Arts Consumer Information Accreditation Governance Employment Bookstore Employee Directory Home Academics Departments Programs Bible and Ministry Psalms and Epistles weekend course Psalms and Epistles weekend course Ever wonder what the Psalms Paul s letters and 1 Corinthians all have in common On top of the intellectual growth nuturing of faith and increase in biblical literacy that comes with taking this class A lot The best part You get all of that in two weekends Michele Hershberger instructor Relg 202 Biblical Studies in Psalms and Epistles Weekend One Study the Psalms January 24 to 26 Learn the cultural and historical background of many psalms Learn about Psalm genre and literary clues concerning interpretation Discuss how to use the Psalms in worship and preaching Weekend Two Study Paul s letters including I Corinthians March 20 to 23 Discuss major themes throughout the Epistles Learn the cultural historical background of the story beneath the letters Explore preaching topics from the Epistles Study the book doing verse by verse exegesis Discuss how Paul works alongside the church at Corinth as they have conflict Articulate major themes for preaching and worship Weekend schedule Thursday 4 to 9 p m March weekend only Friday 7 to 9 p m Saturday 8 a m to noon 1 30 to 4 30 p m 6 to 9 p m Sunday 8 to 9 a m worship as a class 9 a m to noon Full course description Relg202 Biblical Studies Psalms and Epistles 3 hours Studies Psalms and a specific epistle The class practices sound exegetical skills learning how to read psalm and epistle genre In the first half students study the overall structure of psalms and their contribution to Israelite theology and worship In

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  • Bible and Youth Ministry Scholarships - Hesston College
    factors including financial need The essay Write a 2 to 4 page essay where you describe your faith journey your sense of calling from God concerning further biblical study and or ministry the strengths and gifts you would bring to the church through further biblical study and or ministry how your gifts for ministry have been affirmed by others the strengths and gifts you would bring as a spiritual leader at Hesston College Mail your essay to Hesston College Bible and Ministry Scholarship Box 3000 Hesston KS 67062 or email it as an attachment to micheleh hesston edu The visit A visit to the Hesston College campus will give you an opportunity to interact with Bible and Ministry faculty and students attend classes and ministry events such as campus worship Bible studies and chapel and have an interview with a Bible and Ministry department faculty You ll learn about the special opportunities afforded to recipients of the Bible and Youth Ministry Scholarships Service and ministry possibilities on and off campus include Help lead the junior high event Know Jesus Serve as a ministry sssistant working for Student Life Join a team of students giving leadership for Hesston College at the biennial Mennonite youth convention Provide administrative assistance in the Bible and Ministry department Provide administrative assistance to the annual Anabaptist Vision and Discipleship Series Ask a teacher or mentor to complete and return this recommendation form within two weeks of your visit The requirements Recipients of Bible Youth Ministry scholarships agree to actively participate in the Hesston College Bible and Youth Ministry program Requirements include Interview with Student Life personnel for a possible role as a spiritual leader on campus either as a ministry assistant or in another capacity see opportunities for service and leadership above Enroll in at least

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  • Business Department Award and Bill Mason Scholarship winners - Hesston College
    Department Award and Bill Mason Scholarship winners Business Department Award formerly Business Student of the Year To be considered for the Hesston College Business Department Award the student must Be focused in the area of Business Complete a total of 21 hours of Business courses Three of the 21 hours can be from the computer curriculum the Introduction to Computer course is excluded in this requirement Business courses must include Financial Accounting I Management and Macro or Micro Economics Have a 3 5 or better overall GPA while studying at HC for four semesters Show leadership potential Demonstrate an active positive impact on the HC academic environment and Demonstrate a lifestyle consistent with Hesston College standards 2015 Eric Cender Grant Walker 2014 Alyssa Becker Mitchell Denlinger Mitchell Martin 2013 Broxton Busenitz Keisei Ohta Matthew R Weaver Neal Brubaker 2012 Dani Klotz Emily Wagner Davis Grace Yoder Hayden Goerzen Karli Graybill Mallory Schroeder Sarah Unruh 2011 Luci Eash Sarah Lederman John Oyer 2010 Krystal Hathaway Collette Weaver Jon Wilson 2009 Heidi Baker Heidi Boese Diedre Funk and Daniel Penner 2008 Joel Kratzer Ana Maria Rojas Perea and Grant Sprunger 2007 Heidi Bonson Matthew Ropp and Kara Weaver 2006 Brett Reinford 2005 Andrew Froese Jacob Froese and Kyle Mast 2004 Jared Coblentz and Erica Crossgrove 2003 Justin Brokaw 2002 Lori Doll and Gregory S Gehman 2001 Lisa Bergey 2000 Elizabeth Heatwole 1999 Andrea L Thieszen and Allison S Miller 1998 Sherri Kauffman 1996 Christopher L Richard 1995 Jeff Souder 1994 Emily B Gillaspie 1993 Curt L Riegsecker Bill Mason Scholarship The Bill Mason Business Scholarship was established in honor of longtime business instructor Bill Mason Hesston Kan and awards a 2 500 scholarship to business students during their sophomore year To qualify for the scholarship students must be advised by a business

    Original URL path: http://www.hesston.edu/academics/departments/business-and-computer-information-technology/business-student-of-the-year/ (2016-02-13)
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