Women's & Diversity Center

Vision

The Women’s and Diversity Center seeks to increase awareness, allyship, and action at Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University – Prescott. The Women’s and Diversity Center strives to foster the campus’ engagement with and understanding of critical issues, including bias, power, and privilege. We actively counter racism, sexism, classism, heteronormativity, ableism, and other forms of institutionalized oppression. We aim to offer students, faculty, and staff the skills, training, and space for dialogue to serve as allies for one another on the path to a socially just and equitable society. The Women’s and Diversity Center ultimately wants to empower the campus community to take action on the issues that matter to them, guided by a social justice framework.

Our Mission:

  • To be Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University’s, as well as Prescott’s, educational leader on issues of women, social justice, diversity, and prevention of gender violence.
  • To provide programs, education, individual and group support and advocacy on behalf of women, people of color, LGBTQ persons, and other diverse groups.
  • To promote equity and social justice on campus and in the community.

Diversity Enrollment

Women 805 27%
Hispanic, Mexican, Latino/Latina/Latin@/Latinx 421 14%
American Indian / Alaska Native 13 0.4%
Asian 175 5.8%
Black / African American 48 1.6%
Native Hawaiian / Pacific Islander 12 0.4%
Two or more races 186 6.2%
LGBTQ+ (estimate) 300 10%
Self-Identifying Students with Disabilities 145 5%
Total Campus Enrollment 3004

Diverse Student and Affinity Groups

The following is a list of some of the Prescott campus' diverse student clubs and organizations.

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Featured Stories

students Austin Phillips, Lorenzo Cabral, and Leah Murphy

Congratulations to students Austin Phillips, Lorenzo Cabral, and Leah Murphy (pictured left to right) - Recipients of generous scholarships from the National Gay Pilots Association (NGPA) to be used toward their flight training.

Pilot Leah Murphy stands in front of a helicopter, smiling

Hillel Int'l Q&A with ERAU Student Leah Murphy

For Leah Murphy, 26, nothing beats a pilot's-eye view. But her core motivation for going into the cockpit stems from helping others in need.