Dean of Students

Dean of Students Office

Located in Building 49, the professional staff in the Dean of Students Office are dedicated to assisting all students with their questions, concerns, and grievances. The Dean of Students Office staff provides assistance and support for students who require extended absences from academic classes due to personal issues, family emergencies, or other non-academic related difficulties. The Dean’s Office also assists with concerns regarding student rights and responsibilities, student grievances, policies and procedures, and student conduct issues, including appeals. Non-academic records and other services directly related to a student’s co-curricular experience at Embry-Riddle are managed by the Dean of Students Office.

In addition to the Departments mentioned under ‘Campus Life and Student Services’ section above (Residential Housing, Wellness Center, Counseling Services, Student Engagement, Women's & Diversity Center, and Veteran Student Services) ,  programs directed by the Dean of Students include: OctoberWest/Homecoming, Graduation, Parents' Association, Student Government Association, Title IX, Diversity and Inclusion Committee, Music Club/Pep Band/Jazz Band/Choir, Food Service Committee, Control Tower (interactive event calendar), Student Handbook, and the academic calendar.

Parents' Association

The mission of the Parents' Association is to promote and foster open communication between the University Administration and parents/family members of our students. The Parents' Association exists to enhance opportunities for parents and to establish a sense of community with one another, faculty, staff and administration of Embry-Riddle Prescott. The Parent’s Advisory Board (PAB) is the executive council for the Parent’s Association. The PAB members assist with scheduling our Annual Parents' and Family Weekend. The PAB members also support the Campus and Enrollment Management by attending prospective student recruiting events throughout the country and providing a parent’s perspective about their experiences as a member of the Embry-Riddle community.