No, not yet. We are going to visit the school over Spring Break. We will also tour the flight line. My son is interested in their Aviation Management w/ Flight degree or their AE program. So far, we are very impressed with their Admissions department. They are very helpful and respond to any questions in a timely manner. We have a few friends who are pilots and they have told us the school has an excellent reputation. We have been told to consider UND,ERAU and FIT for their pro-pilot programs. We visited ERAU last year. I must tell you that for they money they want, the facilities could be better. The flight line is great, but things a parent cares about--dorms, labs, and food facilities are pretty mundane. The dorms were really pretty awful. There is no "college" atmosphere there at all. So we'll have something to compare them to when we see the set up at FIT. We'll let you know how things look when we get back. More than one pilot has told us that UND grads are well regarded because they get more weather training than ERAU grads. (UND seems like it offers a real college experience. It's pretty far away, though.) The turnover is so great at ERAU that some pilots come out of there making the same mistakes that they've learned from their young CFIs. That's not my opinion, but one of a few pro pilots. So, we're going to look at FIT and see how that looks. They have many new buildings including brand new phys ed center for students and fairly new engineering building. Lots of internships available with NASA, etc. So we'll see. Hope this helps. Please, folks, refrain from beating me up for these comments. I have no ax to grind, just a parent trying to figure out the best thing for my son. When you're facing 100k plus for college, you try to find out all you can.