Clubs and Organizations
Department of Student Life, Student Activities Office
Student Clubs and Organizations
When like-minded people work towards a common goal, the potential for growth is immeasurable. To promote student achievement and support co-curricular engagement, Embry-Riddle provides a comprehensive support system for clubs and organizations. Joining one of these many unique groups is a great way for students to become active within the University community and enhance their personal growth.
Over 80 unique entities, all registered and supported by the Office of Student Affairs, present the opportunity to explore student interests and develop our future leaders.
How to Start a new organization/club or renew registration of your organization/club
All student organizations at ERAU must be registered and recognized through the Department of Student Life, Student Activities. Current student organization leaders or those seeking to start a new student organization need to review the Student Organizations Handbook for information on the registration process as well as the rules that apply to student organizations. The link to the Student Organizations Handbook can be found to the right.
The necessary registration documents can be found on Blackboard under Student Organizations >> Student-Prescott>> see Documents or by clicking: Club/Organization Registration Documents.
Seeking ideas for your group? Meet with the Assistant Coordinator of Student Activities in the Student Union (Rm. 125). The Assistant Coordinator of Student Activities is your main contact for all student clubs and organizations, is always ready to help and has great ideas to share! Stop in and see us in the Hunt Student Union!