- Exploring Space Sustainability with a NASA Internship - B.S. in Aerospace Engineering
Class of 2025
- ARC Scholarship Helps Aerospace Engineering Major Get Ready to Rock It - B.S. in Aerospace Engineering
Class of 2027
- Advancing Aviation Safety: Distinguished Graduate Builds Career at Delta Air Lines - M.S. in Safety Science
Class of 2022
- Meteorology Student Earning Experience to Explore Passions in the Atmospheric Science and Chemistry World - B.S. in Meteorology
Class of 2026
Visit & Explore
- Walking tour of campus.
- Admissions presentation.
- Meeting with an admissions counselor.
- You may also request to sit in on a class or to meet with a professor, financial aid advisor or ROTC representative.
- Attend a one-on-one virtual information session to learn about graduate programs.
How to Apply
Submit the following:
- Complete the application.
- Official high school and/or college transcript or GED scores.
- ACT and/or SAT scores (strongly recommended).
- $50 nonrefundable application fee.
- Additional documents may be required of specific audiences.
- We evaluate applications on a rolling basis. Once all documents have been received, we will notify you of your admission status.
94% of Embry-Riddle freshmen receive some form of financial aid through scholarships, grants and loans.
To apply for need-based financial aid:
- Fill out the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA).
- Include Embry-Riddle’s federal school code on the FAFSA: 001479.
- The FAFSA is the first step in receiving additional aid.
Every student applying for admission is automatically considered for scholarships.
Home to students from more than 148 countries, Embry-Riddle fosters a welcoming, cross-cultural environment alongside a world-class education.
Whether you are looking for a traditional on-campus experience, online learning, or a mixture of both, we offer options to suit every higher education need.
Learn more about Embry-Riddle international student opportunities.
Military & Veterans
The relationship between Embry-Riddle and the military goes back to the 1920s, when the Army Air Corps taught John Paul Riddle to fly.
Riddle returned the favor almost 20 years later during World War II by training thousands of Army Air Corps pilots, Naval aviators, and Royal Air Force and French pilots.
That tradition lives on today in our commitment to active-duty military and veterans.
Whether transferring from community college or another university, Embry-Riddle is here to help you through the process and ensure you stay on track to achieve your academic goals.
Transfer to one of our residential campuses in Daytona Beach, FL, or Prescott, AZ, or learn online with the Worldwide campus.
Learn more about transferring to Embry-Riddle.