Congratulations, you have been admitted to ERLI! Please follow these steps to complete your enrollment. If you have any questions, please contact ERLI at 386-226-7614 or

You received an email in the account you used to apply. This email has your login information. Once you log into ERNIE, click on "Campus Solutions" on the right side of the page. This is where your “To Do” list is located.

At the top of the page is “Office Apps.” Click on this and you will see Outlook. This is where your ERAU email is located.

You need to pay your tuition deposit. Your tuition deposit must be paid before you can apply for your I-20. Pay your tuition deposit.

You need to request your I-20.  Click on New Students and toward the bottom of the page click on Initial I-20 Request.  

Once you have accessed your account, you need to check this page often for things you need to do. Be sure to complete all the items on your To Do list.

Once you receive your I-20, make an appointment with the U.S. Embassy in your country. Pay the I-9012 fee. If you need more information on getting your student visa, visit the Study in the States page.

Health insurance is mandatory for all international students. You will be automatically changed for a Health Insurance Student Plan. If you have insurance from your country that meets ERAU’s minimum requirements, you can apply for an insurance waiver through campus solutions. If you are a mid-term student, you will need to e-mail a copy of your insurance card directly to the ERLI admin to submit for a waiver.

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ERLI will register students two weeks before classes start. When you are registered, you must pay for your classes as soon as possible. You can pay your balance in full with a credit card, cashier check or electronic transfer. Or, for a $65 fee, you can set up a payment plan and pay up to four installments depending on when you enroll. When you enroll in the plan, you must pay the first payment plus the $65 fee.

Click here for detailed instructions on how to make a payment.

Contact the Office of Bursar at or 386-226-6280 if you need to make different arrangements for payment.

Students have two options for housing: on-campus and off-campus.

Housing is difficult to find, so plan to look for housing as soon as possible. ERLI does not facilitate host families or home stays. Students are responsible for finding housing on their own.

On-campus housing: If you want to live in a university dormitory room, you must sign a contract for two semesters. You also will have at least one roommate and will probably share a bathroom with at least three other students. If you want to live on campus, you must pay your housing deposit, and you also need to apply for housing. Do this as soon as possible — housing fills up fast!

Off-campus housing: If you want to live off campus, you will need to do this also as soon as possible, as places near campus will also fill up fast. Private apartments starting from $1000 per month. Some suggested sites to search for off-campus housing include and Be aware of scammers!

You must complete you medical form to show you have all the required vaccinations. Complete the medical form. Send your completed form to If you have medical records, they must be translated to English.

If you are missing shots or cannot verify immunizations, you can get those vaccinations in your home country before you leave or in the U.S. after you arrive at the university.

All students living on campus are required to purchase a meal plan. Students who live off-campus have the option to purchase a meal plan if they want to. Click here to see the Meal Plan Options.

Every student is required to have an EagleCard. This card is your access key, campus debit card, library card and meal plan card, and can even be used for purchases and discounts off-campus. Apply for your card.

Log into your ERNIE account, and in your To Do list, you will find your Financial Disclosure Form.

Here are step-by-step instructions to complete the required Financial Disclosure Form.

International Student Services and ERLI will send you emails often about pre-arrival webinars, orientation and other events. It is very important to check this email often.

Make travel arrangements as soon as you are able to make sure you will arrive on campus before your placement test. Check the ERLI Calendar for dates and times.