All new students must bring one of the following when attending New Student Orientation:
A current government-issued photo I.D. (ex. driver's license, military ID) must also be presented along with all these documents except for the passport.IMPORTANT: Due to FAA regulations, it is mandatory that you be able to produce a current government-issued photo I.D. showing your full legal name spelled out in its entirety.
The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) requires registration of all international flight students. The Embry-Riddle International Student Services Office can answer questions and help with the process. Call 386-226-6579.
You are required to bring at least one of the following when you attend New Student Orientation:
A list of Aviation Medical Examiners who can perform this medical certification exam near you can be found at the Civil Aerospace Medical Institute website.Students who are enrolling in FA121 must also have a Student Pilot Certificate. Students will have the opportunity to apply for a Student Pilot Certificate with one of Embry Riddle’s 141 Airmen Certificate Representatives on campus.
Flight costs are not covered by your tuition payments. See our Flight Costs Frequently Asked Questions page for an cost estimate. You should contact the Financial Aid Department to discuss your financial options for flight training at 800-943-6279.
Once you have completed all the requirements listed above, you should be eligible to begin your flight training the first week of the semester at Daytona Beach.
To learn more or to schedule an appointment to speak with a faculty member, call us at 386-226-6100 or 800-862-2416, or email DaytonaBeach@erau.edu.