The Daytona Beach, FL Campus of Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University is easily accessible from Daytona Beach International Airport, Interstate 4 and Interstate 95. The University is located on Clyde Morris Boulevard, three lights south of International Speedway Boulevard (U.S. Highway 92) and three lights north of Beville Road (State Road 400).
The K-12 Education Outreach Department offers single-day and overnight camp options, which introduce the technology of today to the aviators, astronauts, engineers and leaders of tomorrow.
Our camps are developed by University faculty who will instruct each camp with the assistance of current graduate and undergraduate students. All camps are supervised by approved counselors and coordinators. Overnight camps allow students from all over the world to live in our on-campus Residence Halls with other camp participants.
All flight students are teamed in pairs under the “Gemini-Flight” concept. This allows the non-flying student to have an opportunity to observe their partner’s training; thus reinforcing their own training.
We welcome you to visit our campus. Visitor parking is available at the Henderson Welcome Center. (Building 602 on the Campus Map.) Visitors can obtain a parking permit at the Henderson Welcome Center between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. Monday-Friday. After 5 p.m. and on weekends, obtain a visitor permit from the Safety Services Office located in the front of the Student Center (Building 598 on the Campus Map).
The Prescott, AZ Campus of Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University is located on the northwest side of beautiful Prescott, Arizona.
Situated comfortably between the Bradshaw and Sierra Prieta Mountain ranges, our campus sits a mile high in elevation. The temperate and unique high-desert environment provides an exceptional setting for both flight and the classroom; with our 500+ acre campus offering a natural setting to explore, as well as state of the art engineering and flight equipment, and superior athletic facilities.
Our welcoming campus is enhanced by the greater Prescott area that is made up of the Prescott, Prescott Valley, Dewey-Humboldt, and Chino Valley communities. Together these “quad cities” are home to a diverse population of just over 100,000 and are accessible by car or plane. About 100 miles north of Phoenix, the Prescott downtown square is revered for its rich history.
Having served as the first state capitol of Arizona, the cool mountain climate was a frequent place of refuge for figures of folklore such as Doc Holliday, Wyatt Earp, and John Wayne.
Today, Prescott is still considered by many to be the jewel of the state. With four distinct seasons, countless community events, and friendly faces all around, there’s no shortage of things to do. Outdoor activities, from biking and hiking, to kayaking and rock climbing are abundant. The outdoorsman will never run out of scenery or exciting activities in and around Prescott. We hope to see you in Prescott for a camp or event – so we can showcase our state of the art campus, and our beautiful community.