Facilities

Academic Complex 1 (AC1)

One of the most prestigious buildings on campus, AC1 is the primary residence of professors within the top two levels, while the first floor houses design labs, the weather center, and multiple classrooms.

Aerospace Experimentation and Fabrication Building (AXFAB)

From classroom instruction to hands-on projects, the Aerospace Experimentation and Fabrication Building is always active with students.

Athletics Facilities

Athletics Facilities encourage exercise and provide opportunities to take a break from work.

Davis Learning Center Auditorium (DLC)

Including a large auditorium for various events, the DLC also provides smaller classroom environments for daily instruction and special events.

Eagles Café

Situated right next to the local airway, our aviation-themed restaurant offers views of air bound planes for folks who choose to enjoy a meal on our outdoor patio. Whether students are looking to celebrate the end of an exam or families want to experience a unique dining experience, everyone can count on having a fun and memorable time while dining with us!

Earhart's Dining

Sodexo is your new campus dining provider, and we are pleased to present to you The Dining by Design Restaurant Collection. This innovative program offers you custom-designed restaurants, offering a choice of impressive and exciting dining destinations.

Fred & Fay Haas Interfaith Chapel

Located near the residence halls in Building 46, the chapel’s main room features floor-to-ceiling windows overlooking nearby mountains, offering a stunning backdrop for religious services as well as University and private events.

Glen Doherty Center for Security and Intelligence Studies

Located near the center of campus next to the Student Union this facility houses the College of Security and intelligence.

Haas Commons

Haas Commons provides several services of significance to students living both on and off campus.

Hazy Library & Learning Center

The Christine and Steven F. Udvar-Hazy Library and Learning Center opened on March 24, 2008 and offers a wide breadth of services.

Jack R. Hunt Student Union and Amphitheater (HSU)

Take a quick break between classes, unwind after a long day, and take advantage of student resources such as conference rooms and gaming equipment checkout at the Student Union.

Jim and Linda Lee Planetarium

The Jim and Linda Lee Planetarium is the only Arizona planetarium north of Phoenix, and is capable of seating 116 students and visitors, showing them the cosmos in 360-degree 4k resolution. Much more than just a planetarium, the facility contains multi-media learning software that can take viewers from the inner complexities of the human body to the farthest reaches of the known universe.

King Engineering and Technology Center (KEC)

Known for its electrical and computer design labs, King Engineering and Technology Center provides the campus with ample computers for work inside and outside classroom instruction.

Observatory

The Embry-Riddle Prescott Observatory Complex is a resource for Space Physics students and the active and diverse astronomy community in Prescott. Students use the observatory for collection and analysis of astronomical data they will use in research projects for degree requirements. Faculty also utilize the observatory for research and to provide outreach to the community through public viewings, open houses and other events in conjunction with local educators and astronomy enthusiasts.

Robertson Aviation Safety Center (RASC)

Boasting the most thorough accident investigation lab, RASC provides students a comprehensive facility for undergraduate, minor, and graduate work.

Robertson Aviation Safety Center II (RASC II)

RASC II is the newest addition to the safety department, built specifically to house the large collection of Aviation Safety and Security Archives and provide services for two labs.

Scholars' Cafe

A new Starbucks Cafe is now available in the lobby of the Hazy Library.

Simply to Go

The new Simply to Go is now open in the laundry facility in Hall 9.

STEM Education Center

Open to the public and designed for frequent community use, the STEM Education Center serves as an inspirational community outreach tool to promote STEM education and provide hands-on, state-of-the-art lab space. Used by our students, local middle and high school students, as well as summer campers, the STEM Education Center is a hub for STEM-related activities throughout the state and region.

Visitors Center

Welcoming future students, visitors, and current students alike, the visitors center provides financial services and information surrounding Embry-Riddle.

WOW Cafe and Wingery

We are excited to introduce the new WOW Café and Wingery, where we will also brew the Starbucks line of espresso drinks and specialty beverages.