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Get Involved On Campus

The 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:
The ALPA ACE Club is dedicated to enhancing the culture of professionalism and safety at ERAU, Prescott. ACE Club members are recognized as student leaders who have a desire to better the airline pilot profession, and be example flight students both on and off the fight line.
The Rocket Club on campus. Striving to teach students about high powered rocketry, and safety around high powered rockets. We Compete yearly in the IREC Rocket Competition in Green River, Utah and give students a chance to be a part of our competition team.
Eagle Eye is an analytic intelligence wire prepared by ERAU students. Members will develop analytic and research skills essential in today's Intelligence Community while learning about the world around them.
We build satellites! The Official Club of the ERAU EagleSat Program. 
From team sports to intramural activities and sports clubs, Eagle Athletics represents the very best Embry-Riddle has to offer. Here students develop the skills — physical, social and intellectual — necessary for success.
Professional development club for students that have interest in working within the helicopter industry. All majors welcome. 
Wind Ensemble/Orchestra/Jazz Band/Drum Line/Choir. Anyone welcome!
Women pilots from the surrounding Yavapai area are invited to join the Yavapai Chapter. We sponsor aeronautical events, FAA seminars, and actively promote aviation safety throughout Arizona.
The Student Government Association (SGA) is responsible for maintaining communication between the students, faculty, staff and administration. The SGA is a student governing resource for voicing concerns and suggestions.
The purpose of this organization is to demonstrate that students of different disciplines (UAS, Aerospace Engineering, GSIS, Business, and others) are able to work together on a large project with the same quality of work done as single-degree-program teams, with our members gaining technical expertise and social skills that they might not otherwise be exposed to from their own degree tracks.
The Weather Club is an academic organization with a passion for meteorology and the outdoors. We as a club believe that the best way to experience the weather in Arizona is to get outside and explore and have hands on opportunities such as launching weather balloons and tracking storms.
The Student Veterans Organization is a group of college-based military Veterans and supporters dedicated to supporting active duty military, Veterans and their families.
Women in Aviation, International is a nonprofit organization dedicated to the encouragement and advancement of women in all aviation career fields and interests. Our 10,000+ membership includes astronauts, corporate pilots, maintenance technicians, air traffic controllers, business owners, educators, journalists, flight attendants, high school and university students, air show performers, airport managers and many others.
Women's and Diversity Center, Area 51, is committed to a welcoming, inclusive, and supportive campus climate for women, people of color, LGBTQ community.

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!


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