Applying to Embry-Riddle
Each Embry-Riddle campus has its own independent admissions department. The application process will vary depending on which campus you are applying to. Visit the appropriate admissions department for details including requirements, important dates, costs, checklists, and financial aid information.
Best time to Apply
We recommend that first-year, residential campus students planning to attend the Daytona Beach or Prescott campus apply for admission in the fall of their senior year in high school. Transfer students should apply no later than Aug. 1 for the fall semester. International applications will be accepted up to one year prior to the expected enrollment date.
Students wishing to pursue their education online or at one of our more than 150 locations worldwide should keep in mind that the Worldwide Campus follows a less traditional academic calendar than our residential campuses. Classes have as many as 12 start dates throughout the year, depending on where you'll attend class and whether you'll take classes online. If you apply now, you might start taking classes next month.