• File your FAFSA application to determine eligibility for financial aid or student loans.
  • Submit your tuition deposit.
  • Campus housing is generally unavailable to graduate students, but there are many off-campus options conveniently located near campus. In addition, the Student Government Association sponsors shuttle service to and from select apartment complexes at no charge for Embry-Riddle students.
  • Submit Medical Report Form.
  • Create your ERNIE account, where you can monitor your Campus Solutions Student Center and Embry-Riddle email account.
  • Be sure to access your ERAU student email by following the Outlook icon in your ERNIE tools.
  • Assign FERPA (Family Education Rights and Policy Act) permissions to designated individuals.
  • Reference your Campus Solutions “Tasks” and take required action (submit financial aid documents, submit final high school transcript, etc.) Tip: Your tasks will initially appear in the “Applicant Homepage” and, as you transition to campus, your tasks will begin to appear in the “Student Homepage.” 
  • Make tuition payment or sign up for payment plan. Note: Visit the admissions costs page here to better estimate what you will owe. Your invoice will not be generated until you register for courses. 
  • Submit your final transcripts when they become available. Contact your institution for final, official transcript once your final grades are posted and degree has been conferred.
  • Provide proof of health insurance or sign up for student health care coverage. You will be provided and charged for student insurance unless you have acceptable coverage and opt out.
  • Provide Financial Disclosure form through your ERNIE Student Center.
  • Go to your ERNIE account to request your EagleCard.
  • International students will need to make preparations to come to campus after they’ve been admitted. To review requirements, including applying for a Visa and securing your I-20, please visit this page and navigate to the “New Student” area for more information.
  • Some business students will be required to complete a prep series. If a prep series was assigned to you, there will be a hold on your Campus Solutions Student account. If you do not complete the series in your first semester, you will not be able to register for additional classes. The series is made up of five modules that comprise the “Foundations in Business” and will help prepare you for a rigorous education in business. 80% is considered a passing grade. The cost to purchase the series is $240. Create your profile, and you’ll be prompted to submit payment and begin. Start the process here.
  • Visit the Graduate Student Council’s website in Campus Groups to connect with other graduate students, learn about upcoming events and access resources. Only current students can join the organization, but all incoming students can access content on the website.

Contact Us

Graduate Admissions
1 Aerospace Boulevard
Daytona Beach, FL 32114-3900