The Embry‑Riddle Prescott Campus is dedicated to advancing cutting-edge research in aerospace, engineering and technology. Our faculty and students collaborate to address complex challenges, pushing the boundaries of knowledge and innovation in aviation, space exploration, cybersecurity, unmanned systems and beyond.

Embry-Riddle takes pride in fostering a culture of undergraduate research excellence, empowering students to engage in meaningful and impactful projects. Our commitment to hands-on learning and collaboration with faculty mentors provides students with unique opportunities to explore, innovate and contribute. Through experiential learning and research initiatives, we aim to inspire the next generation of leaders and innovators who will shape the future of the aerospace industry.


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Van's Aircraft RV-12

Undergraduate Research Institute

The Undergraduate Research Institute (URI) promotes research, scholarly and creative activities at the undergraduate level.

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The Prescott Observatory Complex at night

NASA Space Grant Program

The Embry‑Riddle Aeronautical University Prescott Campus Space Grant (ERAU-PC AZSG) Program is a part of the Arizona Space Grant.

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Embry-Riddle Student Jessyca Derby demonstrates the Microsoft Hololens Augmented/Mixed Reality glasses in the Human Factors User Experience Lab

Institutional Review Board

Embry‑Riddle is committed to protecting the rights and ensuring the safety of human subjects participating in research conducted by faculty, staff and students of the university.

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