Floor Plans for Embry-Riddle Students Considering Housing and Residence Life
There are three unique housing communities on campus, each with its own personality and traditions
Halls 1-5 of the Mingus Mountain Complex is our First Year Experience housing. The Village Complex and Thumb Butte Complex residence halls serve the needs of Upper Division and transfer students exclusively.
First Year Option
First Year Experience (FYE) The FYE program is designed to help all first year students with the transition to college on academic, social and educational levels. Students in FYE live together by major (when possible) and have a staff that is specially trained to handle first year transitional issues. All first-year students under 21 years of age, without permanent residency in Yavapai County and with less than 28 earned credit hours are required to live in University-managed housing for their first full academic year (fall and spring). All FYE students reside in the Mingus Mountain Complex. First-year students are also required to participate in the Dining Services meal program. For more information, please refer to the ERAU Undergraduate Catalog.
Mingus Mountain Complex Roadrunner, Coyote, Quail, Elk, and Javelina (Halls 1 - 5). Suites in these halls feature three two-person bedrooms, two bathrooms, and a lounge with a kitchenette.
Upper Division/Transfer Options
The Thumb Butte Complex (Halls M100-M400) features a double occupancy bedroom with a private bathroom. Each Thumb Butte hall contains a community kitchen and lounge.
The Village apartments feature two double-occupancy bedrooms, a living room, kitchen, and bathroom areas.
The Village Suites in Juniper, Manzanita, and Dells Halls feature two double-occupancy bedrooms with a shared bathroom. Manzanita Hall is exclusively Village suites; Juniper and Dells Halls offer a few Village suites.