Your journey begins with an application
Embry-Riddle Worldwide prepares you to be whoever you aspire to be. And you will never know how far you can go until you try. So start filling out your application today.
Start the application process today by following these easy steps:
Step 1. Complete the Admissions Application
Step 2. Send Transcripts
Request official transcripts from the office of the registrar at colleges or universities you have previously attended. Transcripts must be sent directly from the issuing institution to be deemed official.
Documents should be sent to:
Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University
Attn: Worldwide Imaging
1 Aerospace Boulevard
Daytona Beach, FL 32114
Embry-Riddle also accepts electronic transcripts from approved online transcript ordering services. Please utilize the following email address when initiating transcript requests: firstname.lastname@example.org
- International Applicants: Documents from schools outside the U.S. must be sent to an Embry-Riddle approved Foreign Credential Evaluation Agency for translation and evaluation.
- Military Applicants: The American Council of Education’s website can direct service members and veterans in ordering official military transcripts.All students can refer to our Financial Aid page for information on funding opportunities through Embry-Riddle and to answer questions you may have.
Step 3. Apply for Funding
U.S. citizens interested in applying for financial aid should complete a FAFSA application.
All students can refer to our Financial Aid page for information on funding opportunities through Embry-Riddle and to answer questions you may have.
Step 4: Set up your ERNIE Account and more
- Visit ERNIE at https://ernie.erau.edu to create a new user account. Click Activate Your Account and follow prompts to complete setup.
- View the New Student Checklist.
- View the Cost and Tuition.
Remember to check your email regularly for messages from Embry-Riddle. Add @erau.edu as a trusted sender and check your spam filter to ensure our correspondence reaches you.
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