Students attending one of our concurrent enrollment programs may print their unofficial transcripts from their student center in Campus Solutions.
Official transcripts may be requested here: http://daytonabeach.erau.edu/about/records/
Students attending one of the concurrent enrollment programs may enter into a transfer agreement with Embry-Riddle upon graduation. This allows the student to complete two years of study at their local community college before transferring to Embry-Riddle.
The student would initiate the process with their concurrent enrollment director/instructor by completing the Letter of Intent. The Admissions Office will complete a personalized course-equivalency guide for the student to assist them in registering for classes at their local community college.
If the transfer student matriculates within two years, he/she will remain under the academic guidelines of the catalog in existence at the time the agreement is established. If circumstances prevent the student from completing the courses within the two-year period, he/she can petition for an extra year. However, if the student does not complete the courses within this three-year timeframe, he/she would then fall under the catalog in existence at the time he/she matriculates.
The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974 (FERPA) is a federal law designed to protect the privacy of and limit access to student educational records. FERPA grants students certain rights, privileges, and protections relative to the identifiable information contained in their educational records maintained by the University.
Each year, the University catalog contains annual disclosure information about FERPA. Students may request additional information regarding FERPA, or a copy of the University document describing the regulations implementing this act, by contacting their campus Registrar/Records and Registration Office. Click here to review Embry-Riddle's FERPA Policy.