Additional Campus Resources

The Career Services office helps students find internship and co-op opportunities with prominent companies in the aerospace industry as well as jobs for students who have recently graduated. Additionally, they provide a number of services to help prepare students to enter the job market, including but not limited to mock interviews and help with resumés. Career Services also provides a number of resources specifically for veterans on their website. Individual appointments with Career Services can be made either in person at their office on the third floor on the Union or through Handshake, a job site similar to LinkedIn but specifically tailored to students. Handshake can be accessed through your ERNIE account.

The Counseling Center at Embry-Riddle serves all students at the Daytona Beach campus. All appointments with the licensed counselors are strictly confidential in accordance with Florida law. The mission of the Counseling Center is to maintain good mental health of every student on campus by providing:

  • Educational programs, activities, and presentations
  • Weekly articles in the campus newspaper, the Avion
  • Free, anonymous online assessments and resources via our ERNIE site
  • Referral for long-term counseling and/or specialized services as needed
  • Referral for psychiatric evaluation and/or medication when necessary

To see all of the services they provide, visit their page on ERNIE.

The Disability Support Services (DSS) Office helps provide accommodations for students with learning disabilities to continue their forward academic progress. By registering with DSS, students can ensure that they receive ample time for their tests and other benefits to help counteract their learning disability. DSS also provides authorization for students to have service animals on campus, including inside university housing. To learn more, visit their ERNIE page.

Our mission at Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University Health Services is to maintain a safe and healthy campus. We understand the student’s health plays a critical role in their academic success and in achieving the ultimate goals.

Health Services is an on campus doctor’s office away from home. We are available to current enrolled students, faculty, and staff of the Daytona Campus. Our team is composed of registered nurses, a registered dietitian, a Flight Medical Support Specialist, a physician, a nurse practitioner, and a physician assistant. Please contact us at or 386-226-7917. 

The Veteran Student Services Office is staffed with veteran and dependent student tutors to assist any veteran, active duty or dependent students in many different subject areas. A tutoring schedule is typically sent out at the beginning of each semester detailing the tutoring hours, available tutors and courses that each tutor is qualified to teach. This service is only available to VA-assisted students, but other tutoring options are available in the event that Veteran Student Services tutors are not available.

The Academic Advancement Center, located on the ground floor of the College of Arts and Sciences (COAS) building, provides tutoring services to all students free of charge in a variety of subjects. Tutors at the center can provide supplemental instruction in most 100- and 200-level STEM courses offered by the school. The Writing Center is also available in the same area. Both centers accept walk-ins depending on availability, but appointments through the Writing Center can be scheduled as well.

Hunt Library, located on the third and fourth floors of the Student Union, provides a variety of resources and services meant to support your academic success. We look forward to serving each of you as you pursue your educational goals at the university.  

  • Conducting your research and don’t know where to start? Use EAGLEsearch, the library’s powerful discovery tool that allows you to search across many of the library’s collections simultaneously providing quick access to full-text scholarly articles and eBooks.
  • Looking for research help? Try our Ask a Librarian service where you can get assistance from our professional librarians. 
  • Try our self-directed learning tools like Research Guides and Video Tutorials. Each are designed with Embry-Riddle degree programs and assignments in mind. 
  • Searching for your textbooks? Before you buy your textbook check to see if Hunt Library has it available. You can search for them in our Course Reserves collection.
  • Hunt Library hosts a series of on-demand webinars designed to provide instruction on effectively and efficiently using library resources.   

Visit the library in-person, via Canvas or from the library’s website

Off-Campus Resources

The Daytona Beach Vet Center provides readjustment counseling services for war time veterans as well as a number of other services to assist the transition into civilian life. They also hold a number of workshops to help veterans manage any service-related issues, such as PTSD. They are located at 1620 Mason Ave., Suite C, in Daytona Beach and the phone number is 386-366-6600.
Team RWB (Red, White, and Blue) is an organization comprised of veterans that do a number of physical and social activities to connect with the local community. Many chapters exist nationwide, including one right here in Daytona Beach. Visit the Team RWB website for more details on how to join.
DiveTherapy is a local organization founded by ERAU Student “Cory” James Maxwell. As a Marine Corps Veteran and PADI scuba instructor, James is dedicated to supporting his fellow veterans the best way he knows how: through scuba diving. Scuba diving has many benefits for veterans who suffer from PTSD, anxiety, depression, and other issues and is a great way to enjoy the local marine environment as well. DiveTherapy also provides instruction to obtain a free scuba diving certification, which normally costs about $500, to veterans so they can safely continue enjoying the benefits of scuba diving throughout their lives. Visit for further information on how you can get involved.


Any complaint against the school should be routed through the VA GI Bill® Feedback System by going to https:// The VA will then follow up through the appropriate channels to investigate the complaint and resolve it satisfactorily.

GI Bill® is a registered trademark of the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA). More information about education benefits offered by VA is available at the official U.S. government Web site at https://

In accordance with Title 38 US Code 3679 subsection (e), this school adopts the following additional provisions for any students using U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) Post 9/11 G.I. Bill® (Ch. 33) or Veterans Readiness and Employment (Ch. 31) benefits, while payment to the institution is pending from the VA. This school will not:

  • Prevent the student’s enrollment;
  • Assess a late penalty fee to the student;
  • Require the student to secure alternative or additional funding;
  • Deny the student access to any resources (access to classes, libraries, or other institutional facilities) available to other students who have satisfied their tuition and fee bills to the institution.

However, to qualify for this provision, such students will be required to:

  • Provide the enrolling institution with a copy of his/her VA Certification of Eligibility (COE) - A “certificate of eligibility” can also include a “Statement of Benefits” obtained from the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs’ (VA) website; eBenefits; or a VAF 28-1905 form, for chapter 31 authorization purposes.