Clubs & Organizations
Get Involved On CampusThe Department of Student Engagement proudly supports over 120 diverse student organizations. We have academic and professional groups; service groups; social and hobby groups; spiritual and cultural groups; and an array of other miscellaneous groups. All groups are created, organized, and run by the students and open to the campus community. Our groups provide a lot of ways our students can get involved outside of their academics, whether they would like to be entertained and have fun or want to build their skills.
Here is a sample of just a few clubs and organizations waiting for you at Embry-Riddle Prescott Campus:
Start a New Student Organization
What if your hobby or interest isn't currently a student club or organization? Then we invite you to start your own! To find the club or organization that is just right for you, visit our Campus Clubs and Organizations Directory and see for yourself all the incredible opportunities available at Embry-Riddle!
For one group of students, relief from the everyday stress of school and life is just a waltz away. “It’s a great break,” said Chloe McBride (’19), a Mechanical Engineering major and president of the campus Ballroom Dancing club. “It’s that one hour every week where I don’t think about anything but dancing.”