Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University-Prescott says
Prescott's climate offers exceptional year-round flying conditions and caters to an active, outdoor lifestyle. The University's western campus in Prescott, Arizona, is 100 miles north of Phoenix. The mile-high campus has an enrollment of about 1,700 students and covers 539 acres of high-altitude western terrain, with campus life centered in a one-mile area. The flight training center is at nearby Prescott Love Field Municipal Airport. You can choose from 14 bachelor degrees and one master degree at the Prescott Campus.
Prescott, Arizona (mile-high elevation). Two hours from Phoenix and the Grand Canyon. High desert climate, exceptional flying conditions, extraordinary natural environment.
Approximately 1,700 students, from 50 states and 25 countries; 4 percent international; 19 percent female.
Average Class Size
Three distinctive co-ed residential centers, including newly renovated Mingus Mountain Residence Halls and Thumb Butte Complex, our latest addition exclusively for freshmen (47% of students live on campus).
Clubs & Organizations
More than 90 student organizations.
Programs include Army and the award-winning Air Force Detachment 028, consistently named "Best in the West." In 2004, Det. 028 was the third-largest detachment in the nation. The Cadet Wing is home to the ROTC programs on campus, which offer attractive scholarships to qualified students.
Independent member of NAIA Region II, fielding six intercollegiate teams: men's and women's soccer, men's and women's golf, women's volleyball, and men's wrestling. Numerous intramural teams and club sports are also available.
539 acres, including academic, residential, and recreational resources.
New Academic Complex, home to an advanced weather center and meteorology suite, computer design lab, and classrooms; Aerospace Experimental and Fabrication Building; state-of-the-art engineering and wind tunnel labs; aviation safety center with crash lab, advanced flight simulators; flight line with an extensive fleet of training aircraft a short distance from campus. A new Dining Hall opened in early 2008, and the new Haas Interfaith Chapel opened in Fall 2008. Another recent addition to campus is the Christine and Steven F. Udvar-Hazy Library and Learning Center.