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Tuition and Fees

Residential Campus Tuition and Fees

Fall / Spring Tuition

Students registering for coursework during the spring or fall term totaling 12-16 credit hours are billed according to a “block tuition” rate. Registration for coursework equaling 1-11 credit hours is charged on a per-credit-hour basis. Students whose undergraduate course loads during fall or spring semesters are greater than 16 hours are charged the semester rate plus a per-credit-hour charge for those credit hours over 16.

A student with 28 or more completed credit hours and a cumulative GPA of 3.00 or higher may register (with advisor written approval) for up to 18 credit hours in a fall or spring semester, with no increase in tuition for hours over the block. Registration for credit hours over 18 will be charged at the per credit hour rate. Registration for the additional credit hours above 17 must be completed at the Office of Records and Registration. The completed credit hours and cumulative GPA will continue to be calculated until the semester start date. A preregistered student’s tuition may be recalculated if there is a change in the cumulative GPA or number of completed credit hours. Summer tuition rates are determined solely by the number of credit hours per term. Each summer term is billed separately.

Mandatory Fees

The following fees are mandatory where applicable. Please see the financial insert or http://prescott.erau.edu/admissions/estimated-costs/index.html.

  • Student Government Association fee
  • Health service fee
  • International student service fee
  • Insurance
  • Technology fee
  • Student facility fee
  • Lab fees/Course fees for certain Engineering, ATC-AS and UAS courses.

User Fees

Other fees apply for services that are not considered mandatory. Please see the financial insert or http://prescott.erau.edu/admissions/estimated-costs/index.html.

Student internship fees (based on the cost of one credit hour in a student’s degree program) are charged for the semester of internship.

Hourly Flight Rates

Rates vary by type of aircraft or simulator. Please see the financial insert applicable to your campus for specific rates.

Payment for Flight Instruction

The University uses a cash-basis payment method for all flight instruction. Payment is expected at the completion of each training session.  If your method of payment cannot be processed for whatever reason, the training session will be charged to your student account. A hold may be placed on your flight or student account until this transaction is paid.  Any further instruction, not already scheduled, will be suspended until payment is received.  

Acceptable forms of payment are Credit Card (Visa, MasterCard, American Express or Discover), or funds that have been deposited to your Flight Dollar Deposit account,  Any combination of these payment methods may be used at any time.  Effective August 1, 2014 flight payments made by credit card will be assessed a 2.75% processing fee.

Payment for Helicopter Instruction

The University uses an outside contractor to provide helicopter flight training. Payment for helicopter training is made directly to the contractor.

Room and Board

Room and Board fees may be incurred each semester by students attending the Prescott Campus and should be used when estimating the cost of attendance. Freshman students may be required to live in University-managed housing and participate in the Embry-Riddle Dining Services meal program. A variety of meal plans are offered that may be supplemented with the Eagle Card to suit individual needs. Please refer to the campus financial brochure for the appropriate campus for current options, requirements, and costs.

Refund Policy

During the fall and spring terms, only those students who officially withdraw from all classes through the Records Office are eligible for a percentage refund of the charges indicated below. The effective date of the withdrawal, as determined by the Records Office, governs the refund computations. There will be no tuition refund for reductions of hours after the last day of the add/drop period.

During summer terms, refunds are calculated on a per course basis and withdrawal from all classes is not necessary to obtain a refund. The effective date of withdrawal, as determined by the Records Office, governs the refund computations.

Students who are suspended for disciplinary reasons will not be eligible for a full or percentage refund. Please reference the Withdrawal/Refund Schedule.

The following are refundable according to the Withdrawal/Refund Schedule:

  • Tuition
  • Student Government Association fees
  • International student service fee
  • Health service fee
  • Technology fee
  • Student facility fee
  • Housing fees (on a pro-rated basis - cancellation fee may apply)
  • Meal plans (on a pro-rated basis)

Cancellation and Refund Policy

Three-Day Cancellation

An applicant who provides written notice of cancellation within three days (excluding Saturday, Sunday, and federal or state holidays) of signing an enrollment agreement is entitled to a refund of all monies paid. No later than 30 days of receiving the notice of cancellation, the University shall provide the 100% refund.

Other Cancellations

An applicant requesting cancellation more than three days after signing an enrollment agreement and making an initial payment, but prior to entering the University, is entitled to a refund of all monies paid.

University Withdrawal/Refund Schedule

Fall/Spring Semesters

Period I Class days 1-5 100%
Period II Class days 6-10 80%
Period III Class days 11-15 60%
Period V Class days 16-20 40%
Period V Class days 21-25 20%
Period VI Class days 26 and after 0%

Summer A/B Sessions

Period I Class days 1-3 100%
Period II Class days 4-6 80%
Period III Class days 7-9 60%
Period IV Class days 10-12 40%
Period V Class days 13-15 20%
Period VI Class days 16 and after 0%

Requests for refunds due to circumstances clearly beyond the student’s control, such as illness or required military service, must be in writing and must be accompanied by appropriate documentation, such as a physician’s statement or military orders.

A request for refund must be submitted within 60 days of the date that the student completed a change of registration. Refund petition requests will normally be processed within 10 business days. Personal appeals for denied requests must contain additional documentation not previously submitted.

Department of Education Withdrawal/Refunds Policy

Students receiving federal financial aid who withdraw will be subject to the refund policies specified by the U.S. Department of Education. Refunds of federal aid for students who officially withdraw on or before the 60% point of the enrollment period will be determined by calculating and comparing the amounts due under the federal refund schedule and the University refund schedule.

Housing Contracts

Students who have housing contracts must contact the Department of Student Life to release their obligation. Any refunds will be determined at that time.