The Academic Complex, called “AC1” by most everyone on campus, is the main classroom building, housing classes ranging from Business to Weather Sciences. A half-scale replica of the Wright Flyer that was donated to the school by the Experimental Aircraft Association hangs in the lobby of AC1, while classrooms, labs, and two lecture halls sit around the perimeter.
New engineering students will frequent the building for classes to learn 3-D design software such as CATIA, MATLAB, and SolidWorks, while senior engineering students can be found in the Senior Design Lab working on their projects. While most majors will have a variety of classes in this building, it is also home to many faculty and deans’ offices on the second and third floors, where you will can find students talking shop, curriculum, or about life in general with their mentors.
Special labs in the AC1 include:
Location: AC1, Building 74
Contact Us: To speak to someone about this lab or any of our facilities, call us at 928-777-6600 or 800-888-3728, or email Prescott@erau.edu.