Embry-Riddle's Daytona Beach Campus is easily accessible from Daytona Beach International Airport, Orlando International Airport, and by Interstate 4 and Interstate 95. The University is located on Clyde Morris Boulevard, three lights south of International Speedway Boulevard (U.S. Highway 92) and three lights north of Beville Road (State Road 400).
From the North: Take I-95 to U.S. Highway 92 East (International Speedway Boulevard). Go east on International Speedway Boulevard to Clyde Morris Boulevard. Turn right. The main entrance to Embry-Riddle is the third light. Turn right onto campus.
From the South: Take I-95 to State Road 400 (Beville Road). Follow Beville Road to the second traffic light at Clyde Morris Boulevard. Turn left. Embry-Riddle is at the third light. Turn left onto campus.
From the Southwest: Take I-4 East continuing straight over I-95 as I-4 becomes State Road 400 (Beville Road). Follow Beville Road to the second traffic light, which is the Clyde Morris Boulevard intersection. Turn left. Embry-Riddle's main entrance is at the fourth light. Turn left onto campus.
From Daytona Beach International Airport: Turn right onto Midway Avenue. Turn right at the first traffic light onto Richard Petty Boulevard and proceed to the intersection of Clyde Morris Boulevard. Turn right and continue to the first light. This will be the main entrance to Embry-Riddle. Turn right onto campus.
From Orlando International Airport: Take the Beach Line Expressway (State Road 528) west to I-4 East. Turn onto I-4 going east and travel approximately 50 miles, continuing straight over I-95 as I-4 becomes State Road 400 (Beville Road). Follow Beville Road to Clyde Morris Boulevard (the second traffic light). Turn left and continue to the fourth light. This will be the main entrance to Embry-Riddle. Turn left onto campus.
Shuttle service from Orlando to Daytona Beach is available at the following locations:
We welcome your visit to campus. Visitor parking is available at the Henderson Welcome Center. (Building 3 on the Campus Map.)
Visitors can obtain a parking permit at the Henderson Welcome Center between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. Monday-Friday. After 5 p.m. and on weekends, obtain a visitor permit from the Safety Services Office located in the front of the Student Center (Building 12 on the Campus Map).