Academic Support

Academic Advising

Academic Advising is provided in each college. The Academic Advisors’ goal is to help students successfully complete their degree program. They provide assistance with registration for classes, academic planning, referrals to campus resources, and understanding of policies and procedures. Academic Advisors assist students who experience challenges and can make suggestions on study skills and time management. Academic Advisors encourage students to use them as a first point of contact should issues, concerns, or difficulties arise.

Faculty Mentors

Faculty Mentors provide support to students within their discipline and help students with course content, career information, research, and internship possibilities. Both Academic Advisors and Faculty Mentors work to build supportive relationships with students, encourage them to get involved in the college community, and assist with educational, career, and life decisions.

Tutoring Services

The Tutoring Center offers FREE tutoring to all Embry-Riddle Prescott students. You will be matched with an experienced peer tutor who has had success in the courses you are taking. Tutors will provide you knowledge and guidance through effective study strategies and encouragement.

One-on-one tutoring sessions are available by appointment in STEM Building 76, Room 205, Monday through Friday from 9:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.

Drop-in tutoring sessions are available in the T2 Residence Hall, Room 140, Sunday through Thursday from 6:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. No appointment is needed.

Our tutors are dedicated to your continued academic growth, assisting you to become a confident, self-sufficient lifelong learner.  Contact us at

Testing Services

For check in, student will go to the Christine & Steven F. Udvar-Hazy Library & Learning Center – Bldg 43, Rm 109.

The University is committed to creating an accessible academic community. The Prescott Campus Testing Center offers a quiet, comfortable, and inclusive testing environment for instructors to send students who have been permitted to take a test or exam at a different scheduled time or require accommodations that they are unable to provide in their current classroom setting.

Christine and Steven F. Udvar-Hazy Library and Learning Center

The mission of the Hazy Library and Learning Center is to advance academic success and enrich the learning experience for ERAU-Prescott Campus community. The Hazy Library is a learner-centered information hub, with services, information resources, staff expertise, and innovative facilities, supporting interactive learning, teaching, and research.  

The Hazy Library offers comfortable and welcoming study and research accommodations, including open tables for collaboration, individual study carrels for concentration, a research instruction room with computers, the Worthington Quiet Reading Room, group study rooms, and presentation and collaboration rooms, each equipped with whiteboards and multimedia presentation equipment. The Computer Commons on the second floor provides computer workstations with specialized software programs supporting all degrees. The Library’s Technology Lending Service provides laptops, as well as a wide variety of other technology items and equipment for checkout.

Hazy Library’s website ( serves as a portal for online access to digital information discovery tools, subscription databases, thousands of e-journals, e-books, and Scholarly Commons, ERAU’s research and scholarship institutional repository. Hazy Library’s print resource collection is comprised of books, DVDs, journals, and newspapers. Hazy Library participates in local (Yavapai Library Network), state, and national consortiums allowing students access to immense amounts of information resources, including leisure and recreational reading. The Library’s research consultation and instruction programs provide group and individual instruction in the use of print and digital resources, research methodologies and hands-on training in accessing specialized subject databases in support of the curriculum and academic disciplines.

The Hazy Library and Learning Center, Building 43, is open seven days a week, for a total of 107 hours per week throughout the Fall and Spring semesters. For more information, and library hours, visit ( or call 928-777-3811 for general information. 

Undergraduate Research Institute

The mission of the Undergraduate Research Institute (URI) is to promote intellectual inquiry, discovery, and collaboration both in and out of the classroom. In cooperation with faculty, staff, government, and industry, the URI creates opportunities for undergraduate students to gain hands-on experience and expertise through innovation in their respective fields. Each year, the URI awards and disburses over $100,000 in grant money to individual students and teams in support of research and development. These grants allow students to work with mentors on real-world problems, to present their work at conferences, and to compete in national and international design competitions. Students report their findings at URI Discovery, an annual event in late spring that celebrates and exhibits student innovation. The URI hosts professional development programs and helps facilitate the identification and management of industry partnerships, external grant, scholarship, and fellowship opportunities for students.  For more information about research-related opportunities, funding, events, and available resources, please visit the Prescott URI website at ( or contact the Assistant Dean of Research, Anne Boettcher (  The URI is located on the ground floor of the Hazy Library and Learning Center (Rooms 117 and 119).

Center for Teaching & Learning Excellence

The Center for Teaching & Learning Excellence (CTLE) is committed to supporting all aspects of teaching and learning at Embry-Riddle by encouraging all faculty to adopt evidence-based, student-centered teaching practices. Through one-on-one consultations, communities of practice, workshops, innovation and travel grants, and the compilation and sharing of key professional resources, the CTLE office provides guidance to campus teachers and leaders on the most effective instructional design strategies, high-impact teaching practices, and the development of both formative and summative assessment techniques. The CTLE also seeks to cultivate self-reflective approaches to teaching and learning, for both faculty and students, and to support the development of equitable and inclusive learning environments in all classroom spaces, whether they are virtual or in-person. Finally, the CTLE encourages and supports the scholarship of teaching and learning research (SoTL) and attendance at teaching and learning conferences throughout the year.

Aviation Safety and Security Archives

The Aviation Safety and Security Archives, located in RASC II (Building 22), serves as a research center to promote knowledge, understanding, and exploration in the areas of aviation safety and accident investigation. Holdings include personal papers, research files, and other records from notable individuals and organizations that have worked to advance aviation safety through research, education, and investigation. The archives also makes books, technical reports, aircraft manuals, accident investigation files, and subject reference files on safety, security, and aviation history available to all members of the Embry-Riddle community. ASASA’s website (, provides information about the collections as well as access to selected items online through the Digital Library.

Student Accessibility Services 

Christine & Steven F. Udvar-Hazy Library & Learning Center – Building 43, Room 109

The University is committed to creating an accessible academic community. The Student Accessibility Services (SAS) office grants accommodations for equal access to qualifying students with disabilities who request them. It is recommended that students seeking accommodations should contact the SAS office, by phone or email, as early as possible prior to the start of classes. Students may apply for SAS registration at any time throughout the semester, but allowing plenty of time will ensure that all accommodations are in place by the first day of classes.

SAS staff will respond to calls and emails within twenty-four hours or on the following business day if the call or email was received outside of regular business hours. Students will then be guided through the SAS registration process, which includes a description of the documentation required to support a request for accommodations. Students seeking information may also visit the SAS website at

Students who think they may have a disability, but who have never been evaluated, are encouraged to contact the SAS office for information on how to proceed. Diagnostic testing is not available through the University, but a list of area specialists can be provided. Costs associated with evaluative testing are the responsibility of the student. Students needing temporary accommodations due to an injury or short-term illness should contact SAS as soon as possible to schedule a meeting.

Please note: academic programs that are FAA certified are subject to FAA regulations, and students are expected to meet program standards with or without accommodations.

If you have any questions about specific program standards, you should consult with your academic advisor or contact Career Services at or 1-928-777-6276.

Students with concerns regarding approved accommodations should promptly contact SAS to discuss ways of addressing them. Students who believe they have experienced discrimination based on a disability should follow the grievance procedure outlined in this Handbook under “Student Rights and Responsibilities.”

You may contact SAS at 1-928-777-6751 or

Career Services

We are dedicated to bringing together potential employers and talented student professionals to meet their co-op/internship education and full-time employment needs. Career Services provides our students and alumni with the best job search tools and techniques available in order for them to excel in today’s highly competitive job market. This includes providing valuable expertise and resources in the areas of one-on-one career advisement, resume writing and critique services, job search and application techniques, business etiquette and dress, interview tips and practice interviews, and social networking skills. Handshake is Embry-Riddle’s web-based resume referral system that allows users to view postings of regular full-time positions and internship opportunities, and employers to search for candidates.

Our Industry/Career Expos are held in the fall and spring, where companies visit the Prescott Campus to recruit students for full-time, cooperative education, and internship opportunities and provide information on industry. College-specific career fairs are held in spring, which provides a special showcase of employers’ opportunities. On-campus company visits, interviews, and informational presentations are also scheduled year-round.