Student Services

Career Services Office

Career Services provides career resources and career development assistance to all Embry-Riddle degree seeking students. Visit the Career Services website, which offers students tools and resources for identifying cooperative education/internship and full-time employment opportunities, including resources for international students, veterans and other specialized student populations. To get started, activate your account on EagleHire, a web-based career management system and job search database, and upload a resume. EagleHire is accessed via single sign on through ERNIE.

Aviation, aerospace, manufacturing, government and companies in a wide array of industries recruit Embry-Riddle students and alumni for cooperative education/internship, research and full-time positions. Career Services hosts many of these employers throughout the year as they participate in events such as information sessions, on-campus interviews, and the fall and spring Industry/Career Expos.

Career Services employs a staff of program managers to provide career advisement, professional career workshops, mock interviews, and resume critique services. Career Services encourages students to contact us early in their education to explore career options and to develop successful job search strategies.

For more information, contact:

Career Services, Student Center, Suite 250
(386) 226-6054

Embry-Riddle Language Institute (ERLI)

The Embry-Riddle Language Institute is an intensive English program providing English language instruction and cultural orientation to non-native speakers of English with 6 starting points per year (2 in spring; 2 in summer; and 2 in fall).  ERLI also offers special short-term programs for students who need English for specific purposes. If you desire to become more proficient in listening, speaking, reading, and writing the English language for personal or professional reasons, or need to meet Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University’s language proficiency requirement, this intensive English program is for you.  Students can be granted full admission to the University pending completion of the program and/or a passing TOEFL or IELTS score, assuming they meet all other University admission requirements. Other benefits of our program include field trips and social events through the International Student Programming Council, full access to Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University facilities, and special topics courses such as Aviation Topics and Academic Topics. Concurrent enrollment in ERLI and the University is also available for eligible students.  

For more information, please contact:

Embry-Riddle Language Institute
600 S. Clyde Morris Blvd.
Daytona Beach, FL 32114-3900
Phone:  (386) 226-7614
Email:  erli@erau.edu
Website:  http://db.erau.edu/erli

First Year Programs

Dedicated to helping students achieve their academic goals, the First Year Programs (FYP) team consists of highly qualified academic advisors, student ambassadors, peer mentors, and tutors who work together with faculty and staff campus-wide to assist students in their transition to university life.

First Year Programs, conveniently located on campus in the College of Business, Suite 115, focuses on the academic success of first-year students through developmental and intentional academic advisement.  First Year Programs coordinates and provides academic counseling, grade monitoring, academic intervention strategies, and tutoring, and acts as a liaison for students seeking appropriate sources of information and specialized services on campus.  First Year Programs oversees the college success course UNIV 101 for the campus and coordinates with the Living-Learning Program in the residence halls.

FYP oversees the First Generation Student Program and the First Class Program.  The First Generation Student Program is designed to help students who are among the first generation in their families (to attend a university) to succeed.  The First Class Program is designed to give selected first year students a head start in their university experience during the Summer B semester.

For more information, contact:

First Year Programs
College of Business, Suite 115
600 S. Clyde Morris Blvd.
Daytona Beach, FL 32114-3900
Email: dbfyprog@erau.edu
(386) 226-7073
(386) 226-6165 (fax)

Hunt Library

The Hunt Library provides information resources, services, and facilities to Daytona Beach and Worldwide students, faculty, and staff in support of the University’s commitment to excellence in teaching, learning, and research.

Visitors to the Hunt Library will find resources in a variety of formats: books, government documents, periodicals, microforms, conference proceedings, reports, videos, and DVDs. An extensive collection of electronic resources is available to Embry-Riddle students, faculty, and staff through the library’s website: http://huntlibrary.erau.edu/. Many can be accessed from off campus and provide full-text access to books, articles, documents, and other research materials. The library also houses a small special collection of historical aviation books and other materials.

Research librarians are available at the Hunt Library research desk, as well as by telephone, email, text and chat, to assist students, faculty, and staff with their research and course-related information needs. Contact us at http://huntlibrary.erau.edu/help/ask-a-librarian/index.html. Other library services include Interlibrary Loan for obtaining books and items from other libraries, course reserves where students can find many assigned readings, and online research guides that contain information on locating resources for specific courses or topics.

Within the building, library users can access the Internet on public-use computers, on their own devices using wireless access, or sign on to computers equipped with productivity software to aid in the completion of course-related research. With a variety of seating options, the Hunt Library is a comfortable, popular venue to browse magazines, study, and gather for group projects. 

Information Technology Services

Information Technology strives to provide students with stable, secure, highly available, always-on systems via the Web that offer a leading-edge in technology. The University's Web portal, known as ERNIE (Embry-Riddle Network for Information Exchange), can be found at http://ernie.erau.edu. ERNIE gives students one-stop-shopping for class and University information as well as details on campus events. This is where you will find the Campus Solutions’ Student Services Center for access to various services, such as enrollment, unofficial transcripts, class grades, class schedules, account balances, and flight schedules.

Information Technology also provides the following services:

  • Online learning system for access to classes and online course materials
  • Computerized labs and classrooms
  • Various academic software titles (access via the labs and some available through ERNIE)
  • Email account
  • Microsoft One Drive - 1 TB of storage
  • Personal SharePoint site
  • Assistance in connecting to the Residential Network (ResNet) for on-campus housing
  • Free software downloads, including popular Microsoft titles and anti-virus software
  • Wireless Internet access available in all buildings and residence halls

The ERAU mobile application is available for iPhone, Android and Blackberry devices. Enjoy convenient access to classes and coursework, news and events, campus maps and directories, sports, and videos.

International Student Services

The International Student Services Office serves as the central point of contact for issues concerning international students at Embry-Riddle. The office is comprised of the following departments:  International Undergraduate Admissions, International Graduate Admissions, Immigration Services, Language Institute (ERLI), Global Engagement, and the Office of Diversity and Inclusion.  All of these offices work together to enhance the international student experience, contribute to the students experience and academic success.

For more information, contact:



Immigration Services

The Immigration Services Office serves as the main contact for our international students.  This office is here to support our international students by assisting them with their immigration documents to come to the US through the point of graduation and OPT.  Guidance and support is provided to keep all international student is good immigration standing.  We provide additional services such as OPT workshops, and health insurance waivers.
For more information, contact:
Immigration Services

International Student Programming

The Department of Student Activities & Campus Events runs an International Student Orientation which is held each semester to familiarize students with University policies and procedures as well as the American education system in general. In addition, international students are encouraged to join the International Student Programming Council which plans and implements educational, cultural and social programs for all international students.

For more information, contact:

International Student Programming Council
JP Riddle Student Center
600 S. Clyde Morris Blvd.
Daytona Beach, FL 32114-3900
(386) 226-6039
(386) 226-6014 (fax)


Prior to a student’s arrival at Embry-Riddle and during the time they live in campus Housing, all personal mail and packages being sent to them by the USPS, UPS, Federal Express and DHL should be addressed as follows:

If box number is known:

Student's Full Name (include middle initial)
Box # XXXX
600 S. Clyde Morris Blvd.
Daytona Beach, FL 32114-3977

If box number is unknown:

Student's Full Name (include middle initial)
“New Student”
600 S. Clyde Morris Blvd.
Daytona Beach, FL 32114-3977

All mail & package notices are always sorted and delivered to the mail boxes by box number, so please be sure to include your mailbox number once known when giving out your address and when ordering items online. Items received without a box number delays the delivery of your mail/packages until the end of the day.

Requirement for having an on Campus Mailbox is as follows:                                            

Only Students living in Campus Housing are eligible to be assigned or have a campus mailbox and are asked to check it at least once a week to avoid the mailbox from becoming over full with mail/magazines. Mail/packages left in the mailbox for more than 30 days will be returned to the sender as unclaimed. A visit to the Mail Center is mandatory once an on campus student moves off campus. You will be asked to turn in your mailbox key and provide a forward address to your off campus address. Only USPS mail & packages will be forwarded for a 4 month period, the forward service does not include UPS, Fed-Ex or DHL items.

Safety and Security

Safety and security is provided by the Campus Safety & Security Department 24 hours per day, seven days per week. The department consists of full-time officers and part-time student assistants. The Safety & Security Department provides patrol and escort services, crime prevention programs, communications/dispatch services, and monitors life safety systems

The department provides coverage to the campus and its satellite locations. Safety officers respond to routine requests for service as well as to emergency situations. They conduct field investigations, parking and traffic enforcement, support for special events, and specialized security service to the campus flight line. The Crime Prevention section engages in safety education, victim assistance and crime prevention programs for students, faculty and staff. The department maintains a close liaison with local law enforcement agencies to provide the safest possible learning environment.

For further information, please see our website http://daytonabeach.erau.edu/about/safety/index.html.

Student Employment

The Student Employment Office provides assistance to students seeking part-time employment on or off campus. On-campus employment is available to students regardless of financial need. Working on or off campus not only gives students more financial support, but also helps them develop self-confidence, gain valuable employment and credit references, establish a work record, and acquire useful skills in time management, financial planning, and communication. Once students are registered at the Daytona Beach Campus they may seek employment by visiting our office or by viewing all available positions via our online system. Once students are offered employment on campus, they must provide ORIGINAL documentation for proof of identity and employment eligibility.

Because students work and serve each other at Embry-Riddle, a sense of community is created. Students are participants in the life and work of the University as well as consumers of the educational program. Embry-Riddle depends on student workers for much of the work essential to sustain day-to-day operations.

Embry-Riddle adheres to the principle of equal employment opportunities for all students.

Current students desiring further information may visit our internal website on ERNIE.