Living on campus is an exciting opportunity for Embry-Riddle students. The residence halls provide an environment that supports academics with a genuine community feel. The Department of University Housing and the Department of Residence Life staff provides programs that create a living and learning environment that encourages academic achievement and assists students in their growth outside the classroom. Living on campus will keep you connected to the university and involved with new friends.
All first-year students live on campus with a lot of sophomores, juniors, and seniors. Our seven residence halls and one off-campus housing complex are a great way to make positive and lasting friendships. In the words of a student of Class 2016, “Without a doubt, dorm life is my favorite thing about being in college.”
Living with other students in the residence halls can also be an important part of your academic success at Embry-Riddle. It's a fact that students who live in campus housing have a higher grade point average and are more likely to be successful overall in college than students who live off campus.
University Housing operations and Residence Life staff strive to support a positive living and learning environment through programs and events in the residence halls.
As a future student, visit Submitting your Housing Deposit to start the process of making Embry-Riddle your home away from home.