Get a sense of what it's like to be an Embry-Riddle student by immersing yourself in the sights and sounds of campus. Our student-led tours give prospective students and their families an opportunity to explore areas of interest while learning about the overall Embry-Riddle experience.
Weekday tour times are: 9 a.m. and 1 p.m. Tours are not available on Fridays during the summer.
Groups should call 928-777-6600 for assistance.
Tours can be tailored for your student's specific interests:
- General (approx. 60 mins.) – Walking tour of campus to include Aerospace Experimentation and Fabrication building, CSI Center with Hacker Lab and Operations Center, Student Union, Residence Halls and more.
- Graduate Programs (approx. 60 mins.) – Students interested in the Master of Science in Security and Intelligence Studies and Master of Science in Safety Science can visit the Glen Doherty Center for Security and Intelligence Studies, Robertson Aviation Safety Center and Aircraft Accident Investigation Lab.
- Meet With A Professor (times vary) – Learn from an expert in your area of interest.
- Sit In On An ERAU Class (50 -90 mins.) – See what it's like to attend class at Embry-Riddle.
There's no better way to help you decide if you're destined to be an Eagle. We look forward to seeing you soon!
Need directions? Visit our Map & Directions page
Community & K-12 Tours
If you're a member of a community group interested in Embry-Riddle, or a K-12 teacher looking to get your students interested in the possibilities of a STEM university, then schedule a tour of the Prescott campus today!
Whether you want to see campus labs where robots are built, watch amazing journeys into space at the only planetarium in Arizona north of Phoenix, or see our remarkable fleet of aircraft out at Embry-Riddle's Flight Line*, Prescott campus tours have it all. For more information on custom community group tours, or how to schedule your future tour, visit the STEM Center Tour Information page
*Tours of the ERAU Flight line are 45 minutes to an hour long, and are limited to groups of not more than 25 people at maximum.